The guys discuss the flat earth movement, and Nic goes on a rant about the pointlessness of the Miss Universe pageant.
Gareth finds a story about AI creating misogynistic T-shirts when left to its own devices. An ice-breaker brings a shocking revelation about Gandhi and step-dads. The podcast gets unexpectedly gatecrashed by Darren's inebriated flatmate, with interesting consequences.
Nic gets into an awkward office/toilet situation, and the guys discuss a man in Barcelona who seems a little too keen for his wife to divorce him so that he can marry the sex robot he's created. Gareth also has a fear of American toilets, and Darren proves to be a more than capable host.
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Nic loses his wedding ring, and the guys discuss a politician who doesn't think that lower-income people should have smartphones.
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This week: Gareth finds a bit too much of himself in Portugal whilst circumstances at the gym make Nic look like a terrible parent. The guys also check in with the best/worst punsmith from the world of weird news, David Moye, and Nic comes up with a crappy idea for a board game.
Nic and Gareth get Darren up-to-speed with their recent jaunt to Lesotho, and come across a weird news author with a penchant for puns.
Overt racism, faceplanting on a snowboard and 27 contact lenses at once? Prepare to be entertained on another hilariously conversational episode of the PLEBCAST.
Nic, Gareth, and Darren learn more about a Canadian politician who got into hot water for "mistakenly" sending a highly inappropriate email via the reply-all function in his inbox. Excuses, excuses, excuses.
Potatoes as a parenting tool, questionable app ideas and drones running amok at weddings? It's all par for the course on another hilariously conversational episode of the PLEBCAST.
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