The guys find out why Canadians are so good at faxing. Gareth digs into the blood vessel-bursting origins of Murphy's Law. A sex toy endorsed by the lead singer of Creed becomes an unlikely weapon, while a man unintentionally sabotages an airplane with money.
Gareth is bamboozled by a 90s soft-rock band. Darren digs into the recent Spider-Man kerfuffle. Nic comes up with a fool-proof plan to escape from jail.
Nic has some concerns about the Lion King remake, while Darren makes a shocking discovery at a tennis court. Gareth opens up about exercise, Nic unveils his new career as a foot psychic - and a questionable former segment of the show returns!
Darren offers up a news story about an upside-down bathing suit. Nic discovers French animal feuds and Peppa Pig Syndrome. Gareth wears high heels for an evening.
In their very first transcontinental episode, the guys call Darren in Australia. Gareth desperately tries to dodge Avengers: Endgame spoilers, and Nic feels left out despite voting in the elections. The guys discover a real process that allows you to preserve your tattoos for your loved ones after you die.
The guys bid farewell to Darren. Gareth visits a lying dentist, and Nic receives an a compelling email from a witchdoctor influencer. Find out why Tinder for cows is a real thing, and spaghetti bolognese is fake news – it's another off-centre episode of the PLEBCAST.
The guys return after a barely-deserved break, only for Gareth to break the ice with pigeons. Nic reveals that his Christmas tree is still up...in February. The guys discuss the recent FuckJerry backlash, and Darren explains some of the more sweaty Jewish wedding traditions.
In part two of their continuing chat with guest, Glen Biderman-Pam, the guys discuss the origin of the "Gumby" nickname, debate when the right time is to give your kids "the talk", and find out why Darren often walks around town hysterically laughing to himself.