Matt and Cobley talk about things that they don't really know anything about for about 20 minutes. Then there's a sketch at the end to make it ALL WORTH IT! Probably!
This "week" Cobley and Matt talk about their favourite cuttings. What could that POSSIBLY mean I'm sure you're wondering. Basically, the moral of the story is: BE CAREFUL WITH SCISSORS KIDS. It's all fun and games until Matt loses two fingers and an eye.
It's SCIENCE TIME! Matt and Cobley perform a series of groundbreaking experiments aimed at advancing our understanding of time, space, the universe and crisps. We also join Cobley on a journey through the stars in our new regular section, "Cobley's Space Rocket". Finally, Matt sets fire to his own hands.
The entire history of television laid bare by TV historians Matt and Cobley! From Countdown to Countdown 2: The Wrath of Whiteley, there's nothing the boys can't discuss in thorough detail. Featuring a special cameo appearance by CBBC puppet Vomit-o the Vole.
Matt has always been a staunch believer in the paranormal, as he reveals to his podcast-friend Cobley in this spoooooky episode. We learn of how Matt wasn't just raised by lemurs, but by GHOST LEMURS. He also once saw a GHOST WITCH, but it might've just been a brush. There's a séance at the end of this week's show which you WON'T BELIEVE.
This episode of the podcast documents Matt and Cobley's epic and unending life-mission: to find the legendary lost city of Eldorado. In pursuit of this goal, they overcome multiple unfathomable obstacles: the fact it doesn't exist, the fact that it wouldn't matter even if it did, and the fact that they never once mention Eldorado in the podcast. DO THE WOODLAND BOP! Once you start, it's so hard to stop.
Does "fun" exist? Does anybody know? Matt and Cobley don't but by Jimbles they'll do their damndest to find out. Their investigation begins with them questioning the existence of bouncy castles, castigating clowns and playing the '90s PC-only Nintendo game "Mario's FUNdamentals" at length. It ends with them not playing it anymore.