Dubland | The Bottom Needs to be Moist and Crumbly and Firm and Soggy

PJ has lost the plot altogether. Here’s what happen, for those of you really paying attention, you’ll remember that last week Suzanne called PJ skinny. Well, that ignorant attempt at a compliment has thrown him completely off the rails. So inflated was PJ’s ego in regards to his invincible body that he lost himself in cheesecake, alcohol and Haribo jellies. The episode starts with a fatty breakdown of PJ’s sugar intake. The perennial question of “which crisp is best for a crisp sandwich?” is well and truly answered. The lockdown is easing, so there are pubs, hairdressers… excitement ensues.

We’ve been talking about this for months now, but plans for Suzanne’s big birthday are evolving. There’s talk about Zoom-calling in to restaurants for parties, and people calling to your house without forewarning you – are these the world’s worst people? You’ll be happy to know there are tips to dispose of them in this sage episode. Young PJ thought he was He-Man, and in a lucky incident in which he didn’t die, he relates a story about the parenting and the DIY homecare of his childhood years. There’s mass at home, Camp Jesus, magic carpets, there’s a Hero of the Week, Highlight of the Week, and we’ve reached peak Cancel Culture. PJ almost has a heart attack live on air. It’s an electric episode of Dubland, you’re going to love it. Let us know on the social medias if you do. Good luck to ya!

This episode is sponsored by The UX Design Institute.

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