Why is the tale of Pinocchio terrifying? How dark really are fairy tales? This week the lads discuss all things Disney and Pixar. We find out what happened in 1963, while Joe tells us how Mercury is in Retrograde as they dive into the world of superstitions.
Barry Keoghan's recent success has Darren questioning if Joe's currently unrequited friendship with Barry is a case of life imitating art, and if Joe might just be a bit dull. Joe counters the suggestion with a story about the daring and haphazard moving of a giant outdoor photo, in what was ultimately an act of (yet more) unrequited friendship. And the lads explore the world of cryptozoology, from the Loch Ness Monster to Bigfoot, and even an Irish beast that may live among us.
1 February Finished
Bitter Oscar acceptance speeches and a life of luxury in the skies are on the agenda for this week's bonus episode. Darren argues blimps are commonplace, while Joe is drawing up a shortlist of targets for when the Academy finally recognises his genius.
30 January Finished
Killer clowns, high priced feline artworks, and popcorn scented candles are the focus of the lads attention this week, with Joe bringing us back through the decades for some historical oddities and morbid curiosities, while Darren is brainstorming for a merchandising empire in the luxury interiors industry.
25 January Finished
Darren & Joe have to weigh up which animal they would feel confident of beating in a foot race, and quickly come to an underwhelming conclusion. There's also ponderings on a career in a doorbell factory, and a literal million dollar question.
23 January Finished
The lads take a journey through the world of international espionage, from the Cold War to mysterious code breaking, and they ask about the evolutionary origins of inexplicable body parts. And Darren plans a 5am carvery.
18 January Finished
A listener offers the lads cold hard cash to swap accents, and Joe gets an unsolicited and very specific elocution lesson.
16 January Finished