In which Declan refrains from maiming a student, Isaac uncovers a grape fantasist, and both discuss their roles in the Holy Trinity.
In which Declan gets schooled on the Vietnam War, Isaac demands 45p off his popcorn, and both come face to face with the chaotic genius of Tommy Wiseau.
In which Declan tries to be a Country Dancer, Isaac confronts J. K. Rowling, and both finally reveal their much-anticipated stance on a very sensitive topic.
In which Declan resurrects Nabokov in the worst way possible, Isaac risks deportation, and both make bold strides towards next year’s Grammy awards.
In which Declan brings a gift from the Bot-Gods, Isaac eats a piece of the moon, and both finally get round to answering their damn emails.
In which Declan has seen a Star War, Isaac has to actually edit this week’s episode, and both welcome prolific Flat Earther Wayne Chipman aboard The Good Ship Shame.
In which Declan talks about drain cleaner, Isaac reminisces about a woman folded in two, and both go on one of their rare-but-fun rants, this time about people incapable of enjoying Art.
In which Declan’s iPhone screws him over, Isaac recognises the Lord as his favourite poet, and both try to predict what 2018 has in store.
In which Declan sums up his year, Isaac descends into the depths of illness, and both confront the ugly truth about Friend and Flatmate Marc.
In which Declan will never get better than Alien Pinball, Isaac shares a festive family song, and both spend some regrettable time in the company of 2017’s answer to Hemingway.
In which Declan knows too much about The Chase, Isaac takes on multiple identities, and both pledge their lives to The Revolution.
In which Declan is bold, Isaac is(n’t) meek, and both struggle to find a single writer who can describe making the beast with two backs.