Blake definitely doesn’t rush into something that he’s unprepared for and almost die. At least, not that we can remember.
Blake and Rose make their plans to tackle the third and final Conquest challenge. Luckily they’re both on the same page about everything.
Scott Daly returns to the ring to help us discuss the original Rocky. Also we both watched Rocky IV, even though Scott did say it’s the worst, so there’s some of that too. Next fortnight we’re watching The Umbrella Academy. This Prescription starts at 52:27.
Blake and Rose are back to bickering about things, but I’m sure Blake will actually listen to what she has to say for once.
Blake finally beats Duncan, escaping from the police station, and hey wait what what’s he doing he’s going back in?
Blake almost escapes police custody, but unfortunately Duncan is a dirty save scummer. Not content to be relegated to the role of NPC, Blake goes all out.
Blake gets interrogated by the smuggest police officer this side of Jacob’s Bell.
For our longest episode yet, Reuben and Elliot get completely engrossed by a book inside a book, and the fictional(?) moral issues it discusses.
Blake spends a lot of time following the advice of ghosts, for someone who doesn’t want to be one.
When you review the Game of Thrones, you either give it 10, or you die. Elliot and Reuben discuss HBO’s little known gem “Game of Thrones”. Spoilers for all of season 1, as well as a few big ones from season 6 or so that Reuben is aware of through from osmosis. For next fortnight’s Prescription, we’re joined by special guest Scott Daly who is talking about Rocky (1976). This Prescription starts at 30:44.