Joelle Jones joins the show, thanks once again to David Walker, who has to overcome a case of the vapors in order to continue. Luckily, there’s no better smelling salt than the stank of “Punisher: War Zone,” which Dave gives a quick review of before awarding two thumbs up to the fake cake Joelle brought to the studio. Joelle, freshly returned from London, tells tales of growing up with 13 other people in a one-bathroom house, the overly friendly bus-pal she had to shake at the tube station (they use oysters as currency over there) before delving into a more serious subject – death. Her current comics project necessitates she look at a lot of it, and she and Dave kick around the worries that plague anyone who tells stories for a living: How much of this is benefitting my story, and how much of it is there just to be there? All that, plus awesome TV theme songs, and a Pug who hates Stephen Colbert.