In which Declan suggests something akin to child labour, Isaac’s all tongue and no team, and both enter into a debate with a riled Supercont.
In which Declan brings us all down, Isaac joins Justice4Giants, and both put not nearly enough effort into their jingles.
In which Declan witnesses a live Edward Albee play, Isaac’s voice has dropped an octave, and both try to come to terms with the success of English football.
In which Declan is compared to two different crabs, Isaac comes in teeth-first, and both learn an awful lot about themselves, as well as one another.
In which Declan breaks the new formula, Isaac depresses us all, and both finally receive some good news.
In which Declan teaches Isaac some GCSE English, Isaac wants to end the patriarchy, and both brainstorm the bright future of featureful TaS.
In which Declan takes a backseat, Isaac recounts his escapades, and both settle in for the FIRST EVER relaxed, content-lite episode of That’s a Shame.
In which Declan talks through his issues, Isaac confesses a fear of all things ocean, and both take a bold leap into the world of formalised content.
In which Declan betrays the brand, Isaac sniffs himself silly, and both announce some radical changes to that grand, old City of Shame.
In which Declan reads a nursery rhyme, Isaac chooses a mask, and both show their entrepreneurial prowess by creating the most perfect, van-based, non-criminal business ever known.
In which Declan meets a child Roger Ebert, Isaac recounts an evening with The Duchess, and both spoil the fuck out of Jurassic World 2.
In which Declan is live from The Road, Isaac is near inaudible, and both make the best of a bad (audio) situation.