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.
In which Declan tries to balance his own face, Isaac’s parents don’t love him, and both introduce the greatest drinking game of all time.
In which Declan says nothing about his week in Ireland, Isaac becomes a Dan Brown character, and both usher in a milestone with form-based fun.
In which Declan takes on the health service, Isaac bares his soul to a Cube, and both get tagged by the mysterious Ice-Man.
In which Declan accidentally laughs in the face of terrorism, Isaac tries his best to pronounce ‘Auli’i Cravalho’, and both tentatively offer a hot-take on Hamilton.
In which Declan bows to Mr Brown, Isaac is the fourth member of the Holy Trinity, and both assume new identities to solve the troubling mystery of Tiffany’s basement.
In which Declan explains his vices, Isaac goes full-on Santa, and both welcome a very special guest.
In which Declan witnesses a hate crime, Isaac startles an old man, and both boldly attack broad swathes of the podcast community.
In which Declan draws something unseemly, Isaac can’t get on-board with pigeon-beheading, and both lament the (often) sad state of amateur comedy.
In which Declan refuses to make a phone-call, Isaac has a theory about a bath tub, and both struggle to cope with a basic technical malfunction.
In which Declan scars a child with strawberry laces, Isaac makes an indecent proposal, and both notice something unfortunate about absolutely all of the guests.
In which Declan unknowingly commits a hate-crime on Tinder, Isaac wants to steal your girlfriend, and both investigate the problem known only as John Darkins.