The sun is out! Does that make the pandemic ok? Not really, but it applies a filter to life, which is nice. Turns out the whole thing is Liverpool Football Club's fault anyway. The sun brings the people out, and with that the hugs and the licking of each other. It's very deflating these inflated groups of people. Suzanne's daughter knows, and most people, according to her Instagram poll - anyway, PJ has a lot to say about the people who will "lose their minds if they don't see their friends". Ryanair flights to Italy and Spain are starting soon, and PJ deconstructs the fantasy of booking toilet times on the plane. Should we just keep the 2 metre distance from other people thing? Even without the pandemic, maybe it's new etiquette, just give everyone 2 metres of space?
They discuss Normal People, what teenagers are really like, romantic connections and relationship politics. The O'Neills shorts brings them onto fashion from their own childhoods - towelling socks, anyone?
The Dublanders then tackle the horrific murder of George Floyd and the protests and riots in the States. The racial divide in America and the long gone promise of the greatness of the USA as seen from the perspective of 1980s Ireland.