In the LAST EPISODE of the series, Sebastian continues to be biblical in his fury and punishments, Raghu wonders at British road features and Jack abuses his "power". MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE, SEE YOU FOR THE NEXT SERIES IN 2019!!!
In this episode, the universally hungover #clique stumble their way through. Raghu makes his mother ashamed, Jack recalls love lost (14 years ago) and Sebastian offends half the population of the planet -- including his co-hosts.
In this week's episode, Rebecca (Jack's long-suffering girlfriend) makes the first ever guest appearance of the podcast! Raghu attacks #FakeNews, Sebastian opens up the schism between Catholics and Protestants and Rebecca breaks up with Jack.
It's our spooky Halloween special! This week, Jack attacks the love of his life, Raghu finds out why goatees are the worst thing ever, Sebastian multiplies molluscs and we find out what each member of the clique's deepest, darkest fears are.
In this latest pointless instalment of the #TrivialTrial, Sebastian pretends to hide from an infant on a plane, Raghu tries to take down social media as we know it and Jack comes to the recording dressed in full drag.
This week, Sebastian (who once again is bravely told to tell his story first), recounts a treasured story from his childhood: an encounter which he is likely the only person to remember, and has been festering over with fury for the last dozen years. In other words, the absolute perfect story for this podcast. In detailing a story about his "sweet ass tattoo" (check the insta: butterflies_on_the_wheel), Jack humiliates a work colleague and potentially destroys a nascent friendship in his attempts to make strangers laugh. And he would do it again, goddamnit. Raghu finds both his co-hosts to be more guilty of being judged than the Trivial Criminals they present, continuing a theme that will reemerge as this podcast continues.
The very first episode of Butterflies on the Wheel!
Each episode, two of either Jack Gardner, Sebastian Hendra or Raghu Kesavan will battle it out by presenting a real-life person they’ve encountered who has been guilty of some form of mild idiocy. They will conclude by proposing a fitting punishment to the moderator, who will then decide who has presented the most convincing case, and the winner will have the right to compete again in the next podcast.
The rules are simple:
1) No more than three minutes for opening arguments
2) The crime *must* be trivial
3) The punishment must fit the crime
Feedback of all shapes and forms will be gratefully received for our very first, pilot episode!
We will be releasing an episode every fortnight, so subscribe for more trivial fury