In the fourth and final episode of Gimme Empathy's Melbourne subseries, Scott reconnects with his high school friend Gehan Palipana. On a cloudy day in a suburb called Sunshine, they talk long-distance relationships, mental health, environmentalism and Wolverine.
In the second part of the Melbourne series, Scott matches wits with his brother-in-law Andrew Hurst. Over a glass of red they discuss cycling, ethics in defence engineering, the psychology of being a sports fan and something called "Egg Friday".
Psychologist Lisa Kunde tells Scott her life story, from playing bass in grunge band Gravelrash in the early '90s to travelling through India and Japan, writing crime reports for the Queensland Police Service and investigating suicide amongst Australian farmers.
Scott talks to his cousins Jeff and Jono about how they work together as drum 'n' bass duo Ekko & Sidetrack. PLUS, the oeuvre of Al Pacino, the analogue vs digital debate and the recording techniques of The Strokes.