First broadcast: Tuesday 30th May 2017
The Conservatives are concerned about looking strong and stable; Labour are dealing with Jeremy Corbyn's media appearances; UKIP are thinking about what face coverings should be banned; and the Lib Dems just wish the press would write about them.
First broadcast: Wednesday 31st May 2017
The political offices react to the fact that Jeremy Corbyn is to appear on the BBC's TV debate show, as Theresa May dodges it. Meanwhile in the Lib Dem office, Harry and Brian are still waiting for the newspapers to write more than a sentence about their party.
First broadcast: Friday 2nd June 2017
The Tory party is worrying about its drop in the polls; whilst UKIP are trying to work out why Farage is a 'person of interest' to the FBI. Over in the Labour office they are thinking up how to call Theresa May a coward in a politically correct way. Veteran Brian explains to newcomer Harry that the Democrats are not even at mild crisis point yet, compared to the past.
First broadcast: Monday 5th June 2017
The teams are back on the campaign trail. Sunni is wishing the Tories would stop causing crisis after crisis; Amira is thinking about conspiracy theories; James is wondering why the press aren't attacking UKIP; and Harry is still answering questions about Tim Farron's views on homosexuality.