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.
In which Declan has a little scream, Isaac is in a goddamn hurry, and both reveal one of the year’s guilty not-pleasures.
In which Declan attempts to seduce the listenership, Isaac once again reneges on his promise of a rap feature, and both get into the most boring of Christmas spirits imaginable.
In which Declan is knee-deep in Sludge Water, Isaac has a bus-stop Fairy Godmother, and both stick to a very important, bullet-point plan for today’s show.
In which Declan tries to go all Chomsky on everybody’s asses, Isaac considers himself “young”, and both figure we’ve all had enough jingles for a while.
In which Declan’s brought a feature out of guilt, Isaac is a leading expert on London’s TubeMice population, and both don their mortarboards for an academic explosion of unparalleled pointlessness.
In which Declan learns some hard home-truths, Isaac conjures colours, and both grapple with the return to Normal Service™.
In which Declan finishes a normal introduction for the first time in months, Isaac still can’t leave the pitch-shift alone, and both finally put a cap on The Bloxwich Project Project.