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April 21, 2021 42 min

We are back in Volgaville to peel back the skin of Episode 5. Strange things happen when a traveling casino rolls into town: Lee finally puts his croupier skills to use, Darcy risks it all on the slot machines and Simon goes all-in when he can't afford to lose.

We'll be exploring duplicitous alter-egos, following government money wherever it takes us and trying to get to grips with the show's most malevolent character, the frightening and fascinating MC.

Join us as we discuss the potential religious subtext of your favourite characters, Abraham's disconcerting home footage, and whether music really can tell a story.

This is the darkest episode yet...

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