A struggling dairy farmer attempts to revolutionise music with “rural riddims”; a fusion of folk and grime. It doesn’t work.
The problem with writers as characters in fiction; where does the character’s thoughts end and the actual author’s inner-most ramblings begin?
Jessica struggles to get started on her latest – and greatest –
project. Tea doesn’t help.
Alexa Perkins is here to revolutionise your evil organisation’s processes and management practices, or die trying. She’ll probably die trying.
Paul, Reg, Trisha and Clive finally escape the ship… And swiftly realise that time travel raises more questions than it answers.
Reg and Paul’s first heist descends into little more than yelling at people, while the time travel thing gets so bleedin’ complicated everyone stops caring.
With Reg and Trisha thoroughly cheesed off, and Paul with nothing better to do, Clive suggests they spoof someone else for a change.
Clive explains how Reg may have accidentally repopulated a planet, and Paul has difficulty letting little things go.
Reg finds the time machine everyone knew he’d eventually find.
A new member of the crew gives Reg a piece of her mind.