In which Declan is called a cretin, Isaac is called a goblin, and both finally see the Face of God in the form of The Quadraxus Conclusion.
In which Declan is over-directed, Isaac over-directs, and both plunge voice-first into an interminable, riddling hellscape.
In which Declan tries his hand at being a regular Jonathan P. Uzzle, Isaac must come to terms with his own intellectual limits, and both are very sorry for missing a week (pls forgive).
In which Declan relieves himself on a doorstep, Isaac’s back at some teat or another, and both put their fates in the mercurial hands of the cup.
In which Declan’s exposing himself one way or another, Isaac is aroused by his own new-found ailment, and both definitely sourced all their content themselves, yesiree, nothin’ to see here!
In which Declan has a special guest, Isaac has a special guest, and both have a special guest.
In which Declan makes a new friend, Isaac meets a hero, and both seek to discover the best way to keep the memory of England’s Rose alive.
In which Declan does a libel at Dobby, Isaac satirises one of the longest-running television shows of all time, and both translate great works of Art into what some are calling definitely even greater works of Art.
In which Declan’s sobriety is a weapon, Isaac begins family planning, and both are kicked out of a vehicle into several lanes of unforgiving traffic.
In which Declan takes on a Spanish persona, Isaac has a sinister theory about Communion, and both take their first #TaSDeepDive of the year.
In which Declan knows not when to sleep, Isaac has a secret, fifth resolution to portmanteau himself silly, and both announce a radical restructuring of Shame City.
In which Declan dispenses writing advice, Isaac relives televisual trauma, and both engage in an impromptu but spirited discussion about Belgium’s favourite fictional export.