In Episode 5 of Rum Doings not under discussion is whether we should bring back conscription for unruly teens. More discussed are matters of repetition, the changing face of the cinemas, and we respond to a complaint regarding our being rude to Phil Collins. There's discussion of how a splendid friend of ours changed his mind about the ownership of music, and thoughts on the potential for democratising paying for music. We bring up another rule to join Episode Four's, the No False Modesty Rule. Which leads naturally to the moral implications of teleporting clones. And the likelihood of coincidence. And of course cream teas. It's probably safe to say that this is the first of the Rum Doings where the doings of rum played an effect toward the end.