In which our heroes solve terrorism. Graham dismisses Chris’ wine drinking, Chris dismisses Graham’s gin drinking and Adam gives thanks to Jesus that he doesn’t have to provide Chris with technical support.
In which our heroes yet again fail to record anything resembling a podcast. Adam repays his debt to society, Graham disrespects other peoples sensitive information (AGAIN) and Christopher contemplates the moral maze of accidentally acquired children and boy monkey weeing. Also, face crabs.
In which Christopher solves his computer problem. Adam recalls his (obviously homo-erotic) dream about Graham. Graham offends many women and Christopher with his crude language and everyone agrees on plans for white genocide.
PLUS – we launch an exciting listener competition.
In which Christopher advocates drowning children and possibly breaks the official secrets act and Graham recycles content from previous episodes. More is revealed about Graham’s new neighbour in a way that Adam would probably have prevented, so it is definitely his fault for not supervising.
In which our heroes sit back, relax, and generally chill out. Graham makes himself a nice Gin and Tonic, Adam silences the annoying cats and cars in his life and Dan gets his dick out in the light of a burning dustbin to impress a lady.
In which our heroes get under a towel, plan Graham’s death by (sexual) misadventure, stumble upon actual content, threaten multiple regicide, libel a twinkle and then use their excellent internet sleuthing skills to track another one down.
Editors note: this one is a real mess, but quite a funny mess.
In which our heroes suffer from the Mandella effect. Adam laments the lack of televised penises, Dan does some cooking, Chris talks about some of his favourite episodes from Friends and Graham freestyles a diss track about David from Birmingham with surprisingly adequate results.
In which our heroes use a new recording platform, Chris gets taken into public ownership, Graham fails to reignite enthusiasm for the podcast war and they invent an excellent game (if you were in the same school and year as them). There is a hidden easter egg of Adam being intermittently bothered by a cat.
In which our heroes learn about Blockchain. Adam talks about Jeff Bezos, Graham talks about a precocious 11 year old boy, Dan says something about millennials and Chris goes on about San Andreas for ages as if it’s episode 28.
In which our heroes replace one Chris with another, explore Graham’s South-African-dar again, Graham talks quite a lot about boy bands, we discuss B*witched’s discography and discuss the shameful state of consumer technology. There is also beaver carnage.