In which Declan dabs on Dowdy, Isaac investigates The Fecal Fantom, and both make a plea for support against the onslaught of threat-mail.
In which Declan is become Robuts, Isaac reveals his fear of remembering, and both launch an all-out attack on the troops.
In which Declan gets parred off by a customer, Isaac exhibits a standard level of enthusiasm, and both commit to a generous, seasonal endeavour.
In which Declan spills some wine, Isaac meets a costume bouncer, and both try (not that) hard to summon a dead ghost poet man in the flat.
In which Declan is the victim of some callous spittle flinging, Isaac finds yet another outlet for his God Complex, and both return to the site of one of the show’s earliest and most beloved episodes.
In which Declan seeks to become a Man of the Ghostly Night, Isaac considers a career in spooky politics, and both discover the hard limits of their friendship.
In which Declan’s been watching this Maniac, Isaac meets a cowboy freak, and both ponder a list so tragically misguided that Variety magazine may well have to self-immolate.
In which Declan meets some Phreaks, Isaac fails to fairly implement his own rules [I: This is lie], and both go absolutely dental for The Rap Feature.
In which Declan’s subconscious exposes his deepest fears, Isaac has some top tier deflection to be getting on with, and both have to fully examine the character of a childhood hero.
In which Declan fails to hold his tongue, Isaac speaks disgracefully yet predictably of fleshy canals, and both return to an old “favourite” for some truly Benedictine wisdom.
In which Declan lies resplendent on the sofa, Isaac resets his body-clock on the regs, and both re-record an episode longer and more offensive than the original.
In which Declan becomes Pastor, Isaac becomes student, and both return to their scholarly roots for an episode of downright holy hypothesising.