Stefan Gates Hacker Time


Stefan Gates

Hacker T Dog has managed to get his own TV programme! Hacker cooks up trouble when he invites Gastronauts presenter Stefan Gates into the studio.


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You gotta watch this.

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HE FARTS

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You gotta watch this.

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You gotta watch this!

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My, my, my.

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# Programme hits you so hard

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# Makes me say, oh, my word

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# Thank you for watching me

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# It's telly but not what you normally see

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# It feels good There's out-takes too

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# Comedy, guests and clips, it's true

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# So sit back, don't eat too much

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# This is the show you can't touch. #

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Stop! Hacker Time! Thank you.

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Hello. I'm Hacker the dog and you're watching Hacker Time.

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It's my own show and everything.

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Coming up today, we've got this...

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I've always wanted to do this.

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LAUGHTER

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This...

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And that...

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I can't wait! It's going to be a right old load of nonsense.

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And to celebrate I've got myself a brand new Hacker Time Sign. Aroo?!

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Herman, where's my new showbiz sign? Oh, I am livid!

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I demand you bring it in this instant. Useless!

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-I hope I'm not... Ah!

-D'oh!

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What the...? What happened there? Who did that? I won't have it!

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I want someone gone for this! I demand answers!

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Derek, quick! Play some howlers while I sort meself out.

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Ooh, me nonsense!

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Hey, Michelle. I've just finished making some origami pigeons

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which will be perfect prey

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-for our vicious falcon to be flying over.

-Brilliant.

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That was a bit hard! I meant to go there.

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Put it back in the river, Barry.

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'Scuse me, you've got the farmer. You're taking the farmer with you.

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-Keep going!

-To me, to me, to me!

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Put my safety specs on. If you haven't got a nail-gun at home,

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you can easily drill...

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To be a criminal, you've got to act criminal. Now...

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It didn't come off!

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I can't get it off!

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Ha-ha-ha! Ain't it comical? Those lot are riddled with nonsense.

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More hilarious howlers later.

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Now, what are we doing next? Let's have a look. Ah, here we go.

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Chicken biryani, three apples,

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lots of sandwiches, a new pair of pants...

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Oh, bodge it. That's my shopping list. Where's me script gone?

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Ah, here we go. It says,

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"Hacker introduces the guest."

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Derek, where's our guest? I look a right plum waiting here!

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-HE SNORES

-Oh! Oh, sorry. Sorry, Hacker.

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Yeah, he's here. He's coming.

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Ha-ha-ha! He'll definitely fall for this.

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It's that Stefan off Gastronuts.

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DRAMATIC MUSIC

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"Really weird food?" Fantastic!

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Maybe they've got some crocodile, or some walrus.

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Or maybe some Brussels sprouts. They really are weird!

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'Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome

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'today's special guest - Stefan Gates!'

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Special guest? I'm here for the Brussels sprouts.

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-Oh, hello, Stefan.

-Oh, hello, Hacker. What are you doing here?

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-Oh, well, er...

-Where's all this weird food?

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Oh, I tell you what. It's, er... It's been kidnapped!

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DRAMATIC MUSIC

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It's been kidnapped?

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Er...yeah. A big angry owl swooped in and stole it all

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and put it in his large satchel he was carrying.

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It was one 'eck of a nonsense, Stefan. A most unsightly business.

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An owl? Yeah, that is a bit scary, isn't it?

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Well, OK. No weird food. I'll be off, I'll see you later.

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Whoa, whoa! Hang on, young gentleman.

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While you're here, you can be my very special guest

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on my tiny little tiny television programme.

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-You've got a television show?

-I know.

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It's a terrible oversight by them. I don't know what's gone on there.

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Tell you what. If you stay, I'll give you sweeties.

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You like food and that, don't you?

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-I suppose so. Well, seeing as it's you, all right, then.

-Come on, then.

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What sort of sweets have you got, Hacks? I'm a big fan of cola bottles.

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Oh, it's better than that. They're in there.

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-Oh. Flying saucers?

-It's better than that.

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Well, I like most sweets, to be frank.

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The only thing I really don't like is liquorice.

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-Oh, bodges!

-That is literally the only taste on the planet

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I can't stand.

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I knew I shouldn't have trusted Dodger when he said you liked it.

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He read it off that internet encyclopaedia thing.

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Oh, never mind, Stefan. It'll still be fun and that on my show.

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I've made a little fact file about you and everything.

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-Press that thing and we'll see it.

-This one?

-Yeah.

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Stefan Gates is a man. He likes food and that,

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but not normal things like biryani

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and sandwiches, oh, no!

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He eats stuff like this, eurgh! And that! And this green muck! Yuck!

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Nice eyebrows, though.

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He even once ate a walrus. What's wrong with you, man?

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Have yourself a cupcake or summat!

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Anyway, here's Stefan Thingie.

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Walrus?! What was that all about?

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They genuinely love eating walrus up in Northern Canada, and it's rotten.

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It certainly is, it looks vile.

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-Stefan, you think you're a good cook?

-Yeah, I'm pretty good.

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Then how do you explain this monstrosity?

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Er...that's mopane worms.

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They're massive and they eat them a lot in South Africa.

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Filth, more like it. I wouldn't give that muck to a dog... Oh.

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Anyway, watch and observe

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because I'm going to make cooking betterer.

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Welcome to the Betterer Arena.

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Today I'm going to show you

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how to become a betterer cook in a few easy steps.

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Cookery takes a lot of effort,

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so my first rule is - always get someone else to do it for you.

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-In you come, Mrs Crabfussy.

-Oh, Hacker.

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You really ought to cook for yourself, you know.

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Pipe down, you. You know the motto, don't you?

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-Hungry Hacker ain't a happy Hacker.

-And what am I now?

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-Not happy?

-Correct.

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Now get cooking, Crabfussy.

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Not the flour. It's the eggs first. Put the eggs in first.

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Hacker is a very busy dog,

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so it's important not to waste time making food.

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Mrs Crabfussy, could you move that cake please for a minute?

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-Excuse me, have you got the time?

-Why, certainly. It's approx...

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SPLAT!

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Oh! That took me hours to make!

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See? That was a waste of time. You could have just...

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..bought the cake in. Ah, lovely sponges.

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-No-one wants to waste hours eating a three-course meal.

-Don't they?

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-I quite like to cook.

-No, no. In and out, I say.

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More time for sniffing trees and that.

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Now, put that thing in that other thing there.

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-My nice prawn cocktail starter? In the mixer?!

-Put it in.

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Yep. That's it.

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Now that, and that muck there. Put it in.

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Now just zap it.

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How appealing. Bring it over.

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I feel a bit bilious.

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Bleurgh!

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Oh! For more of my recipes,

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go to www.bleurgh.com

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Oh, yeah, I think I must have had

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one of those 24-hour bug things there.

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Nothing to do with that filthy foodshake thing you made?

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Oh, no. That was perfectly fine, that. Anyway, Stefan,

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tell me about your Gastronuts show.

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-Is it good doing all that weird stuff with food?

-Oh, it's brilliant.

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It's about turning food into an adventure.

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We get to play with our food all day. We do things like blow cereals up.

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Oh, yeah! I love that one! But I do have a bone to pick with you.

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You and your Gastronuts caused me a right spot of bother one time.

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Really? I don't remember that.

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Yeah, you were trying to cook scrambled egg in a tumble dryer

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for some strange reason, and look what occurred.

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The salmon, vegetables and scrambled egg have been in for an hour.

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But will they be ready to eat?

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-Oi, look. It's spit all over the thing.

-Well, yeah.

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Looks a bit of a mess, doesn't it?

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-Eurgh, that looks gooey.

-Boiled puke.

-Boiled puke?

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Yeah, that's made a real mess of that. We'll stash it over here.

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There we are, the cycle's come to a natural end.

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I'll just get me nick-nacks out. Get these out of there.

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Oh, look! There's egg all over me nick-nacks!

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Stefan! I hold you personally responsible for this.

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These are ruined. I can't wear them, they're covered in egg!

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So what have you got to say for yourself?

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I don't remember you being there, but if that was your tumble dryer,

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I'm sorry. You shouldn't put food in a tumble dryer anyway.

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It's not a good idea, is it?

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Since you're here, I want to ask you some serious questions about food,

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like a proper presenter.

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-Oh, at last. Go for it.

-What's the biggest food?

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The biggest food? Er...a big pumpkin? I don't know.

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Do some of them foods that you eat make you feel bilious?

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Not me, but I've made quite a few people sick in the past.

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Yes, you have. What's your favourite blue food?

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Favourite blue food? Er... You get blue potatoes.

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-I suppose They're pretty good.

-Do you like fluids or yeasts better?

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You're not making sense now, Hacks.

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What's you favourite food that you've ever...? Oh. What's your...?

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Oh, sorry. What's your favourite...? Oh, stop it. Stop scratching!

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Hacker, stop wasting Stefan's time with your stupid questions.

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-Hey, what's for dinner tonight?

-I don't know. What do you want?

-Duck!

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-No, no, no. I hate duck.

-No, not duck. Duck!

-What? Ah!

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Blooming fleas! Oh, that's got it.

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Right, what was I on about? What's the biggest...

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Oh, it wasn't that. It's gone, Stefan.

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Shall we just watch some below par cookery?

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-Yeah, why not?

-Pull that lever.

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30 seconds.

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Well, let's get... Ah!

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LAUGHTER

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I forgot that was out of the oven.

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Oh, dear me!

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This is the best bit about pancake day.

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DRUM ROLL Let's have a nice flip.

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That's probably best left on the floor.

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Put the butter, followed by caster sugar -

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the whole of the quantity of caster sugar -

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followed by brown sugar.

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Make sure it's sugar, for goodness sake.

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Can we stop for a second? I've just put salt in.

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LAUGHTER

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It won't win an award for presentation,

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but I think it's ready for the oven.

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-Si?

-Si.

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I've always wanted to do this.

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I can't believe what I've just done.

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HACKER LAUGHS

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They're all fair to middling about cooking at best, that lot,

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-aren't they?

-HACKER LAUGHS

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Hacker, are we going to get round to some cooking?

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Are we going to rustle up some ostrich stew or buffalo broth?

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Oh, you wouldn't get me eating that muck, Stefan.

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But if we are going to cook,

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then I need to make sure you're as good as me.

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I have written five food books, mate.

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Don't show off. I've put together a taste test for you.

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-Do you understand?

-Yeah, I think so.

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All right. Put that blindfold on. Put it over your eyes.

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Heh-heh-heh(!)

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-It's a bit daft.

-Oh, OK.

-Is it upon you?

-Yeah, it is.

-Right.

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Now, if you can reach down there, there's a silver thing.

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That's it. Pull the lid off.

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Place it down.

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Now get in that. Reach in, grasp some of that.

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Not that, that's the sign.

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That bit. That's it. Put it in your face.

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Eat it.

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-What is it?

-Bamboo shoots?

-Take your blindfold off.

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It's cactus!

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-It is cactus!

-Yeah, it's cactus.

-It's quite sour.

-Do you like it?

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-Yeah, I like it a lot, actually.

-Do you like that a lot?

-Yeah.

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Put your blindfold back on because I've got more fun and games for you.

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-Is it going to get better?

-Well...

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Remove the lid of number two. That's it.

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Place it in that area.

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That's very good that. Now reach in there.

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Not that. Grasp one of them things.

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Now put it in your face -

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your mouth! And eat it up.

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-Mmm.

-What is it?

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-Chocolatey on the outside, strangely crunchy on the inside.

-Yeah.

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Eat more of it.

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-Mmm.

-What is it?

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-Is it... Is it an insect?

-It is, I think.

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-What is it?

-Have a look. Take your eye thing off.

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-Why, it's chocolate covered scorpion!

-Yes! I love 'em!

-Yay!

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I'll have more of that. I'm very happy with that.

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-They're quite expensive. Put your eye thing back on.

-OK.

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Now get over here, right, and remove lid number three.

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Now, as a treat for you,

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Stefan, I've prepped you a spoon there cos it's got a liquid quality.

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-So if you could reach for the spoon. There it is.

-Yes.

-Get a bit of that.

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-There's some on it.

-It's a strangely warm and moist spoon.

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Put it in your face! Mouth, I mean!

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Graze on that now. What is it?

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Dog food?

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Well, you'll be amazed.

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-Take your eye thing off cos it is either dog food or beef stew.

-Oh!

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I can't remember. I mixed up my tins. Never mind. That's the end.

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-Well done, you.

-Thank you.

-Did you like it?

-No.

-He loved it!

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Now I'm going to see how some genuine children got on.

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See you in a bit!

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The kids at this place reckon they're all food experts,

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so I've done a little test for them.

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I've made some sandwiches with horrible fillings

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and they have to taste them with blindfolds on

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and tell me what's in them.

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I will now inform you of said fillings.

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This one is beans and banana, ugh!

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Cheese and chocolate. Yuk!

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And that one is jam and ham. Urgh!

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Let's see how they get on.

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Here we have some lovely people now who will taste test the sandwiches.

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First is you. Pick up your sandwich and give it a nice, big bite.

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-Oh, that's manky!

-Manky but what's in it?

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-I've no idea.

-You don't know. Have a guess.

-It's like jam and cheese.

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All right. Take off your mask. I'll tell you what it is.

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-It's cheese and chocolate.

-Oh! I got cheese right.

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-Yeah, you did well then. Well done, you!

-Thank you.

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Have a nice big bite of it and we'll see what's in it.

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Give it a big old chew.

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-Now, can you guess what's in that sandwich?

-Jam.

-And what else?

-Ham.

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Jam and ham! Take your blindfold off.

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It is jam and ham. Well done, you!

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-Reach down there and grab your sandwich. Have you got it?

-Yep.

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Take a nice big bite of it. Yum, yum, yum.

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-What do you think it is?

-Ugh! Banana.

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-Banana and...?

-I don't know.

-Don't know?

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-Want me to tell you?

-Yes.

-Take off your blindfold.

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-It's banana and beans!

-Ugh!

-Ugh!

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-Urgh!

-Yep, it's banana and bleurgh!

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Banana and blugh! Banana and beans!

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Well done! The right answer!

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Look at all this mess!

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Well, at least we've learned that taste tests

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are an invaluable way to taste and test things.

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See you later.

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-CRASH!

-Thank you.

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Ooh, look! A button!

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That button looks like it could do with a little press, doesn't it?

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But it says, "Do not push."

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But there's limited witnesses,

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so I'll have a little press of the button.

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Nothing happened then. Rubbish.

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Is it wired in? Try it again.

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Nothing! This is a rubbish button, this!

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Come on, do something!

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Ugh!

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Oh, that must be broken. Never mind.

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Yah!

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Oh!

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Nothing! Piece of tat!

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-You all right, Stefan? I've got some good news.

-Oh, what's that?

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-It's not the end of the show yet.

-Oh.

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Still to come today we've got this...

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This...

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And this. What? Who are they? They're not in it!

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Quick, Derek, grab some more howlers.

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-How about that for a bag?

-It's beautiful.

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-The combinations there are lovely.

-Lovely.

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-There's almost too much there. It's fantastic.

-I know.

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Great bistro bag and we've got another lovely...person.

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I nearly said, "Lovely bag to come on!"

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You'd be in trouble with the wife!

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-Oh, there's a cucumber in the bottom here.

-Ains?

-Yeah.

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Your new hairpiece.

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LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE

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PHILIP LAUGHS

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What's happened?

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My ring's come off!

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-And there it is!

-Ten, nine, eight...

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Black pepper! Black pepper!

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Seven, six, five, four, three,

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two, one, stop cooking!

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Oh, hey, what are they like?!

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They're not as good at cooking as me and you, are they, Stefan, eh?

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Well, not as good as me, maybe, but, you know,

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I've written five cookery books.

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I've presented hundreds of hours of food TV.

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-You, are you really that good a cook?

-Me? Stefan, I am an expert.

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Come on, I'll show you. We can make a nice cake if you get over here.

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-Oh, here we go.

-Put your pinny on.

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-Yep.

-Oh, yes, it's a Blue Peter pinny.

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I borrowed it, using my contacts and that.

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I have got an old recipe here,

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handed down through generations of the T Dog family.

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-All the stuff you need is here. Are you ready?

-Ready as I'll ever be.

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Yeah, all right. "Step One. Put some sugar in a cake tin."

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Add three eggs.

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-Yeah, add three eggs.

-What are you doing, man?

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Put them all in, the shells as well. That's the best bit.

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I know you like weird, crazy food, but no shells? That's just madness.

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That's it. Now...add flour.

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-OK.

-Hey, what's going on?

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Well, you said add flour.

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I know, what's this white muck? THAT'S a flower.

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-That?

-Yeah, get it in.

-But you shouldn't put...

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Just do it, come on. Can't get the staff these days, can you? Is it in?

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Right, step four. Add a pear...

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..of apples. Note - do not substitute with pears.

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The T Dog family are allergic to pears, did you get that?

0:20:450:20:49

-Yeah.

-Good.

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I'd be riddled if I ate a pear. Right, that's it.

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Stir it all up and put it in the oven.

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-Are you sure this is ready?

-Yeah.

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This recipe has never failed, it makes a lovely, tasty cake. Yeah.

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That's it, put it in there.

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-Borrowed the oven from Blue Peter.

-Yeah...

-Keep that to yourselves.

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Now, we make polite conversation while it cooks.

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So where are you going on your holidays this year?

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-Somewhere warm, somewhere with a bit of sand and beach.

-Sounds exciting.

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-Can I come?

-Yeah, of course.

-What a lovely man.

-If you clean up a bit.

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I'm going to go to Wigan

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cos we've just got a nice, new shopping centre...

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-OVEN BEEPS

-Oh, it's done. Get it out the oven.

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HE GIGGLES WITH EXCITEMENT

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Where you want me to throw away this rubbish cake, Hacker?

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-Be quiet, Herman, and go away.

-What was that about some rubbish old cake?

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Nothing, I didn't swap cakes or anything. Um...moving on.

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Let's watch some nonsense that me and my half-brother, Dodge

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got up to t'other weekend.

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It's got some dogs in it, right? And it's set in space.

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-What's it called?

-Dogs In Space, you mooey. Run it.

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Yes, Hacker. Here we go.

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'Deep in the midst of space, two dogs have somehow

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'found themselves in charge of a rocket ship.

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'Unfortunately, they've not got a clue what they're doing.'

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Oh, press something! Fire the parachute, lower the anchor!

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Aha! I've found the rocket master plug, I'll whack it with a hammer.

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-No!

-D'oh!

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Tell me you didn't break the power supply.

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Er...no. Dodge did.

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It's just lucky you're about to crash-land into...

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-the planet Electron.

-It's not luck, it's skill.

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Find the robot alien leader, Plugtaro,

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and ask him to give the engines a jump-start.

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Right, t'rific. So find a leccy shop and buy a plug, got it.

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BOTH GASP

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Hold up, young Dodge. Cables, a plug? You know what to do.

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Ha-ha!

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-PLUGTARO:

-Oh, bodges!

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Nothing to see here.

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Come on, Dodge. I'm gasping for a brew.

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Switching main power on now.

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-Aha, yeah.

-Huh?

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Get some cream on it, it will drop off... Oh!

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-Fantastic, you found Plugtaro and got the jump-start.

-No, er...

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-No aliens to be seen, just picked up a big, shiny plug.

-A plug?

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HE SIGHS

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0h, bodges.

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Hit it, Dodge!

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'And off they go to continue their voyage,

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'but there'll be back to make another complete hash of it

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'again soon when we return to Dogs In Space.'

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I'll tell you what, I am a brilliant actor, aren't I?

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I surprise myself sometimes.

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Well, thank you, Stefan, for being a guest on my show today.

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You're one of the best food-themed guests we've ever had on here.

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-How many food-themed guests have you had?

-No others.

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-Oh.

-I tell you what, though,

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-I've got a present here to thank you for coming on.

-Oh, yeah?

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It's a dog bowl, have a look at this.

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The Hacker Time dog bowl is the latest in doggy chic.

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It can store food, store water, store...

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Well, mainly just food and water, really.

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-What do you think?

-I don't mean to seem ungrateful but that's rubbish.

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Well, that's not all I've got you, I've got you a doggy bag.

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Fantastic, so a bag full of leftovers?

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Something weird I can cook up at home?

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No. Food? What are you talking about, man? I said a doggy bag.

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-Here you go.

-HE GRUNTS

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Oh.

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That's one of the best dog-themed presents I've ever been given.

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Thanks very much. Stefan, you can pop back any time.

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-But not for a bit, eh? I've got to get on. Bye!

-That's it, is it?

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Off you pop, see you later. Don't forget your apparatus.

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Right, now he's cleared off, let's take a look

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at some of my favourite food LOLs from across the world.

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This is...

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In at three, we all know that dogs are dead clever

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and cats are dead stupid. Except this one - he eats food with a fork.

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Look! It's chaos.

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Look at him, he's got a fork!

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I can't believe that, eh?

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My second favourite food howler is all about eggs.

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Now, I like eating them but think how they must feel about that.

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HIGH-PITCHED VOICES Whoa, where are they taking Steve?

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-What's she doing?

-Where's Steve going?

-Wha...?

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SCREAMING

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Ha-ha! Them poor eggs, what are they like?

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My favourite food howler of the day features animals,

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it features food and it features a silly song.

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What more could you want?

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Ha-ha!

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That lot have got me feeling hungry. Time for me to go, I think.

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Thanks for getting amongst today's episode of Hacker Time

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and thanks to Stefan Gates for telling us all about food,

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even if he's not as good at cooking as I am. Hee-hee!

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I'll leave you today with a song. See you next time.

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# That is it for now The end of the show

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# I need the lav-lav So I'm going to go

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# I'll see you next time On this show of mine

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# Put it in your diary It's called Hacker Time

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# We've had a LOL or two Watching some clips

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# I laughed so hard That I nearly was sick

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# I'll show you more funny stuff when I'm next on

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# Who needs other telly shows? Mine's the best one

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# I did some cooking with Stefan Gates, the bloke from Gastronuts

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# I got him tasting some crazy food It was all too much for me

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# And I feel bilious

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# That is it for now The end of the show

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# I need the lav-lav So I'm going to go

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# I'll see you next time On this show of mine

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# Put it in your diary It's called Hacker Time

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# Put it in your diary It's called Hacker Time

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# That is the end Of today's Hacker Time! #

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Hacker explores the tasty world of food. He cooks up trouble when he invites Gastronuts presenter Stefan Gates into the studio.

Featuring comedy guests and outtakes from other programmes. Plus a trip to see those Dogs In Space.


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