In which Declan relives his nightmares, Isaac is terrified by fairy lights, and both prepare to meet their maker.
In which Declan sells all his shares in VR, Isaac meets his frozen Nemesis, and both happen upon more red flags than a flag shop after a (red) paint explosion.
In which Declan idolises a big fish (whale) , Isaac becomes King of the Castle, and both prepare to be scammed by parking at Alton Towers.
In which Declan is thoroughly rebuked by the professional world, Isaac is threatened by white nationalists, and both struggle to identify with literally anyone who has already lived.
In which Declan theorises about 50 year-old television, Isaac ponders olfactorily offensive friends, and both welcome their friend Alan Pacino to the show.
In which Declan freely associates with a Brony, Isaac is the new Mr Benn, and both are blessed by the eminently wise Podcast Pangolin.
In which Declan shares a formative memory of his Disco Years, Isaac exposes even more of his neuroses, and both delve into the tragically uninformed world of The Flatists.
In which Declan systematically undermines higher education, Isaac gets down with the spooks, and both tactfully (and affectionately) avoid declaring their love for anyone in particular.
In which Declan wants his friends to just ADMIT they like his music, Isaac manages to homogenise every girlfriend he’s ever had, and both hope not to attract the attention of the authorities with their answers to the not-Proust questionnaire.
In which Declan admits to a heart of stone, Isaac tortures his cyber family, and both reveal slightly more than even Proust intended.
In which Declan sleeps rough, Isaac witnesses the human Tilikum, and both reminisce about sticking to the carpets of the second best Willow in Britain.
In which Declan eats the ocean dry, Isaac is dinner for seagulls, and both discuss the localised madness of the Edinburgh Fringe.