In which Declan reads his dream diary, Isaac edits out seven of the most boring minutes of audio ever recorded, and both wonder just how much blood the other has.
In which Declan is made uncomfortable by the generosity of the listenership, Isaac is disgusted by Alan’s final forays, and both join Susan in the first great battle in the War on Capitalism.
In which Declan volunteers for life support, Isaac reveals his book of mottos, and both spend an hour explaining why they’re not asking for your hard-earned cash.
In which Declan is amazed by a table, Isaac laments the legal restrictions to his singing, and both hint at the existence of an imaginary boat on their shameful horizon.
In which Declan is too ginger to be dead, Isaac gets the spookiest jam you ever did see, and both are terrorised by The Smiling Man.
In which Declan cancels his Amazon Prime membership, Isaac lies to the police, and both are only a day away from the London Life they’ve always craved.
In which Declan interviews for the worst paid job of all time, Isaac discovers the roots of democracy, and both have roughly a 10% chance of moving house next week.
In which Declan can bleed, Isaac can’t read, and both lament the death of childishness, barring their own.
In which Declan hatches a cunning balloon heist, Isaac regrets not silencing a 70s TV icon, and both feel less welcome than they’d hoped upon returning to Proust.
In which Declan clarifies just how much pant he was wearing, Isaac is sworn at in every language under the sun, and both express their eternal gratitude to you, their wonderful, attractive listeners.
In which Declan is mostly in pants, Isaac has his only island of safety snatched from him, and both prepare to escape from Bloxwich.
In which Declan relives his nightmares, Isaac is terrified by fairy lights, and both prepare to meet their maker.