Characteristically late with their podcast, Rob and Conall desperately try to pull the wool over the eyes of their dwindling fans by recording an episode on Rob's laptop insetad of with the podcasting mic. Nevertheless fun is had as Zack reveals a penchant for World War II technology, Screech gets spider-sense and Rob's lovable dog Wallace chimes in with his thoughts on this week's episodes.
Once again, the episode takes place from beyond the confines of the lonely studio as Rob is forced to give his input over the phone. Against all the expectations of the lads, this doesn't otherwise affect the professionalism and quality of the discussion as Rob and Conall discuss the ethics of Lisa and of Zack as they respectively play the ones closest to them for personal gain. It must be Sunday so.
Episodes: "The Lisa Card" and "Fatal Distraction"
Conall didn't quite make it to the studio this week, but joins us by a satellite mobile carphone connection to a public park on the other side of the city. The Bayside gang submit themselves to the horrors of the Clap-O-Meter, arousing some painful memories for Rob.
Episode: "Dancing to the Max"
At last the lads cross the threshold into the hallowed halls of Bayside, leaving behind the shackles of Miss Bliss and her wretched Middle School. Here they meet the previously unheard of Jessie Spano, the uncomfortably sexualised Kelly Kapowski and the sudden Californian surroundings. And that isn't even taking into account the 5th Dimensional Wall-Breaking God Powers Zack now has. NOW we are Saved. Join us in the Halls.
Episode: "King of the Hill