In which Declan’s life crumbles into a million pieces, Isaac crosses swords with a hater, and both lament the redundancy of everyone’s favourite form of communication.
In which Declan tells lies about Stalin, Isaac tells truths about milestones, and both discuss the heady world of competitive talking.
Some of our favourite moments from our guest appearance on A Turning Point.
Many thanks to Chase, Jen, and Byron for having us on the show. This was our first time guesting on anyone else’s podcast, and we couldn’t have hoped for a more enjoyable experience or a warmer welcome. We hope to do more with the Turning Point team in future.
In which Declan coins the phrase “that’s not my cake”, Isaac wants nothing to with your ear canal, and both usher in a new, similar era of TaS joy.
In which Declan is startled by the Catholic hive-mind, Isaac witnesses proof of the divine, and—in a brand new feature—both welcome the wonderful Amy Matthews who absolutely won’t put her hands up.
In which Declan has fears about gaslighting, Isaac lives forever as various machines, and both are left dumbfounded by the greatest finale in the history of epistolary fiction.
In which Declan sells out his mentor to the police, Isaac finally runs out of Hoots, and both journey into the murky depths of YouTube depravity.
In which Declan teaches English to Eeyore, Isaac is Camp King, and both finish 2/3 of The Greatest Story Ever Told.
In which Declan avoids the Columbine Smoke-Pit, Isaac spends twelve seconds as the new Alan Titchmarsh, and both sell their souls to the unconscionable scam of Binary Options.
In which Declan needlessly shoves coins in a postbox, Isaac invites a trio of misfits into a cell, and both are bested by a pole.
In which Declan severs all ties with his Nan, Isaac’s mum buys a passive-aggressive goat, and both fall under the spell of the esoteric Joe Di Mambro.
In which Declan shares his personal political opinion on a public platform, Isaac shares his personal political opinion on a public platform, and both rage against people sharing personal political opinions on public platforms.