Episode 32, or trente-deux as they say in France, sees the boys straining their creative powers to their absolute limit. Fred must create a TV show for the BBC that targets the younger Netflix-watching generation before they all forget what terrestrial television even is. In the blue corner, George designs a new fashion line for amphibians in an attempt to appease an old faceless god. To finish, they field some questions that desperately need answering from the world wide web. Best before 21/06/2024.
Thing get FURIOUS on this week’s plowdypod. Prince Philip has a motorcar accident during a desert rally and it’s up to Fred to save the day. George has to choose between pipe cleaners for leg bones or have both his hands stuck in VCRs. To cap it all off nicely is some LOTR fan fiction and a partly computer generated love story featuring Barry’s Burgers. Have a listen if you want.
As Andy Murray has his hopefully successful hip operation, he hires Fred to brainstorm ways of sabotaging his opponents, just in case. He’s got his sights on the Australian open with Novak Djokovic et al standing in his way. Meanwhile, George is tasked with creating a hypothetical serial killer alter ego. Ricardo Magico, chainsaw wielder extraordinaire, is the result. Love to all our Serbian fans! Have a karadordeva snicla on us, but using your own money!
Is it their low centre of gravity? Answers to this question and more at the end of this week’s episode. Before that you can enjoy George moonlighting as Tom Jones in a desperate quest to clear Tom Cruise’s newfound STI reputation. Additionally, Fred must start designing the cover of an upcoming edition of Michelle Obama’s autobiography. Please enjoy.
Pretty much what it says on the tin this one. A nice, wholesome festive special with a big blocked toilet to celebrate. The nationally infamous Gatwick drones also reappear and Fred has to remind everyone stuck at the airport of the real meaning of Christmas. Cameo appearance from Barry’s Burgers and Barry. To round off the episode, the boys analyse some interesting reviews of A Christmas Carol and Love Actually. Happy New Year.