Giles Coren and Sue Perkins embrace all that is the Eighties as they spend a week in a warehouse conversion on the Thames immersed in a soundtrack of Duran Duran, ABC, Visage and Spandau Ballet. There's yuppie decadence in spades for the Supersizers as Giles parades around London trading stocks and shares, and Sue power dresses her way through life as a Sloane Ranger. Throughout the week, they sample the delights of nouvelle cuisine and are introduced to the joys of sundried tomatoes, ciabatta and prawns, care of Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing. The Supersizers drown in a sea of champagne and ingest copious amounts of coffee from the newly launched Prêt A Manger. Don't worry, Pop Tarts and Pot Noodles also get their moment in the limelight.  At the end of a week of excess, Giles and Sue throw a dinner party and enjoy one final foodie meal in the company of Ken Livingstone, Lynne Franks, Carol Decker and Toby Young, before Giles discovers exactly how a week of overindulgence (and ice skating) has affected his heart.