First broadcast: Saturday 16th July 2016
Sam looks back on David Cameron's legacy - a broken economy and a cancelled barbecue. Also, former Labour policy adviser John McTernan asks whether Jeremy Corbyn has a mandate to be useless, and SuperMassiveRaver surveys post-Brexit Britain.
First broadcast: Saturday 20th August 2016
Sam looks back at some of the highlights of the last few weeks, including Boris Johnson's appointment as foreign secretary, David Cameron's dodgy honours list, and how Brexit has just made us more European than ever.
First broadcast: Saturday 15th October 2016
Sam explains the Brexit negotiations through the medium of Sylvanian Families, while potential UKIP leader Paul Nuttall is subjected to a psychiatric exam, and Bobby Mair tries to change the public's opinion of killer clowns.
First broadcast: Saturday 5th November 2016
Sam explains how the entire history of American politics has been leading up to this moment, top pollster Sir Bob Worcester reveals who to bet on, and the panel discusses why it's outrageous that Brexit has been taken over by elected British MPs.
First broadcast: Saturday 12th November 2016
In a US election special filmed in Washington DC, Sam visits the White House to warn people of Trumpageddon and asks if American voters are maniacs or geniuses. And former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein tries to explain how Hillary Clinton lost the easiest election ever.
First broadcast: Saturday 17th December 2016
Sam counts down the best moments from what most people are calling the greatest year in human history, including politician sex scandals, the UKIP fist-fight, and that gorilla that drank 5 litres of Ribena. Meanwhile, David Davies MP tries to make the case for refugee dental checks.