The boys, comedienne Katherine Ryan and TV host Jonathan Ross discuss the EU elections, Australia joining the Eurovision, climate change, Snapchat's gender filter, and people naming their kids after 'Game of Thrones' characters.
With Alex temporarily absent, Josh, Adam and comedians Joanna Lumley and Rob Beckett discuss paparazzi targeting Josh, May's resignation, egging of Farage, milkshake ban, climate change protests, and female digital assistants.
Comedians Rosie Jones and Harry Hill join the boys to discuss Josh's embarrassing TV interview, who will be the new Prime Minister (feat. Blues Brothers tribute band), who won the EU election and which biscuit is UK's favorite?
Comedians Ellie Taylor and Romesh Ranganathan join the boys to discuss Romesh's new show The Ranganation (2019), Trump's new UK visit, the next UK PM, the boys' adventures with wax Trump, the proper place for washing machines, and Theresa May.
Comedian Sean Lock and presenter Lorraine Kelly join the boys and Mike the Cameraman to discuss who will be the next PM, Kelly's feud with Esther McVey, Piers Morgan's sexism, and the Japanese office chair race which they recreate.
Presenter Sandi Toksvig and comedian Phil Wang join the boys and the show's candidate for the next PM, Mike the Cameraman, to discuss who will be the next PM, lack of women on Wikipedia, Sandi's boxing skills, and Adam's new hipster look.
Comedians Sara Pascoe and Stephen Mangan join the boys to discuss Boris and Hunt's odd PM campaign, NYC subway car singing Backstreet Boys hit, Dalai Lama's sexist comments, and Japanese zoo's drill on what to do if a lion escapes.
Comedienne Jessica Knappett and documentary filmmaker and journalist Louis Theroux join the boys (with comedian Tom Allen replacing Josh, who's out due to appendicitis) to discuss Josh's absence, the Brexit Party's behavior in the EU Parliament, Corbyn's bike skills, LibDems' shirts, Boris Johnson getting hackled, Trump's nonsensical Independence Day speech and military parade, Ivanka's awkward mingling with EU leaders, the groundbreaking Glastonbury headliner, the Aussie bad boy of tennis, the bottle cap challenge, and celebrate UK's contributions to history P. T. ...
Roisin Conaty and Michael Sheen join the boys to discuss UK ambassador's leaked anti-Trump e-mails, who the next UK PM should be (Mike the Cameraman), and the government's plan to let patients consult the Internet about their ailments.