In which Declan has been digging in the garden of Earthly word-crimes, Isaac is forced to do multiple mental-resets, and both are shocked to find something new in the cobweb-ridden inbox of the Shame City e-Post Service.
In witch Declan is subjected to some literary horror horniness, Isaac plays Blind Date at the Freak Show, and both close out the month of Spooktober with the scariest of flourishes.
In which Declan is, once again, Delcan, Isaac refrains from playing Wonderwall, and both leave Tintzy Town for the perilous world beyond.
In which Declan imagines a man in wolf’s clothing, Isaac reminisces about a history enthusiast, and both put on one hell of frightful fest for your discerning ears.
In which Declan hears about the Provost, Isaac has got the biggest Notion yet, and both investigate The ‘Ween through an anthropological lens.
In which Declan reads from The Canon, Isaac is enthralled by some ancient verse, and both launch a scheduled month of spectacularly spooky content.
In which Isaac flexes his literary muscles, Declan is being press-ganged into reading some more horror, and both are finally able to wash their hands of the inimitable Mr B Honey.
In which Declan’s girlfriend found a pamphlet, Isaac read it, and both take a strong stance against British fascists and folk dancers.
In which Declan has been reading some blogs, Isaac wants to know how long his cord is, and both learn just how sexy ghosts can be.
In which Declan finally gets to reverse the oppressive power dynamic of the show, Isaac is forced to reflect on his misdeeds, and both look back on several decades of the world’s most beloved games.
In which Declan becomes Delcan, Isaac rolls a very convenient die, and both re-enter the Imagiporium, though with slightly different levels of enthusiasm.
In which Declan has done some official research, Isaac hears all his favourite topics, and both return to an entirely temporally relevant cultural artefact!