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Jay Rayner

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Hacker Time is filmed in front of an indifferent wallaby, called Stephen.

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Right, everyone, it's time for breakfast.

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No, it's not thyme,

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it's parsley.

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It's a far better breakfast herb.

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HE SIGHS Is there anything in the fridge?

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-Hm, oh, yes, it's full...

-Ooh.

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..of mould.

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I don't know why I exist.

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Oh, dear, what are we going to eat?!

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Well, I've got a box of cereal

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with a free gift inside.

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That sounds nice.

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However, the free gift's so big

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there's no room for any cereal.

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Oh, well. What's the free gift?

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A life-size picture of a bowl of cereal.

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Ah, it looks like we're going hungry today.

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Fear not, cockers!

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I've got loads of food.

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Trouble is, it's all in this misleading picture

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from inside of a box of cereal.

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SHE GASPS

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# You gotta watch this!

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# You gotta watch this!

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# You gotta watch this!

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-HE RAPS:

-# My, my, my, my programme hits you

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# So hard, makes me say

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# "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 outtakes too

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# Comedy, guests and clips, it's true

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# So sit back - don't move too much

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

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-Stop!

-Hacker Time!

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Thank you.

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Stand by, everyone. We're on air in five,

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four, three,

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two, one...

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Cue Larry.

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Ladies and gentlemen,

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he's the host with the most...

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disgusting face on television.

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It's Hacker T Dog!

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You all right, cockers? Welcome to the show.

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LOUD GRUMBLING

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Oooh...

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What's going on?!

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All of our stomachs must be rumbling, because we haven't had any breakfast.

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Oh, the humanity!

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Oh, me cranium!

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There's only one thing for it - we need a food expert, now!

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Don't worry, it's all been sorted.

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Erm, good afternoon, I'm Jay Rayner,

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the food critic, here to do the food programme.

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-Oh, yes, get in the booth.

-In the booth?

-I need a picture for your...

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-Do you know who I am?!

-It's an intimate booth. Shut the curtains.

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-All right, all right.

-Doors.

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Down.

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HE CHUCKLES

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HE SCREAMS

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HACKER HUMS

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Help, somebody!

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Please, welcome today's special guest,

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food critic Jay Rayner!

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HE YELPS

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-Welcome to Hacker Time, Jay Rayner.

-Oh, no, no, I'm not doing this.

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-I am not doing this.

-No, but you have to help us.

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All our stomachs are rumbling.

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What do you want from me? Meal ideas?

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No, no, I want you to repair the ceiling.

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It fell in because of all the rumbling. There's some plaster.

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-You wouldn't give one of these to Jamie Oliver, would you?

-No.

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He specialises in patios.

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-HE CHUCKLES

-Derek, the fact file, if you will.

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Coming up, my little owl.

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Jay Rayner is a famous restaurant critic.

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He loves food and he loves writing about it.

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He also loves using his glasses as a makeshift hair band, yes.

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He often appears on the popular TV show MasterChef

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as a scary food taster.

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Just look at him!

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He's terrifying!

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Mind you, he was a bit friendlier when he didn't have a beard.

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Look at that. There he is without...

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Oh, no! He's still scary!

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After he taped his facial hair back on,

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he was awarded Beard of the Year in 2011.

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Here he is boasting about it to his invisible chum.

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And that's all you'll ever need to know about Jay Rayner.

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Very impressive.

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Oh, no, not the fact file, the work you've done on the ceiling.

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-Can we just get on with the show?

-Yes.

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Although I do need a dado rail fitting in the hallway.

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Oh, he's scaring me now!

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Larry, tell us what's coming up.

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HE WHIMPERS

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Today's Hacker Time contains so much food

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you'll be going to the toilet for days!

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Coming up:

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-For starters, we have our dish of the day.

-Yeah.

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That's followed by a main course of sour grapes.

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THEY GASP

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And for pudding, we're going to get our just deserts.

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Yes, we're putting the me and you into menu.

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Get it? Menu, me... Oh.

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Looks good, doesn't it?

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Not the show, I'm talking about your excellent plasterwork again.

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I didn't really have much choice, did I? You made me.

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Yes, I did.

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Jay Rayner, are you ready for a fully researched

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interview about your life and ways?

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I am prepared for whatever you throw at me. Go on.

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Question one - why did you decide on the career as an odd-job man?

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I didn't. I am a food critic, and a very, very serious one.

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Well, that IS an odd job.

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Personally, I've never had much luck with food critics. Look...

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I'm a ribeye steak

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and I don't like your ceiling!

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Ooh, what a critical piece of food!

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Jay, what does a food critic actually do?

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I go out for dinner and I review the food,

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I write about it in a newspaper,

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and sometimes I review the food on MasterChef,

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and say whether it's any good or not.

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So you get paid to stuff your face every night?

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When are you going to settle down and get a proper job?!

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-I get paid to write about stuffing my face.

-Ooh.

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What are the three elements of a good meal?

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The three elements are a really good starter,

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a really good main course and a brilliant dessert.

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I think you'll find the three elements are bread,

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meat paste, and slightly more bread.

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It's my trademark meat paste sandwich.

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Go on, have a little nibble and tell us what you think.

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Is it locally sourced meat paste?

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-No.

-No? OK.

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Did you make this yourself?

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I had me people do it.

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Describe the taste.

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It's not what you'd call refined or elegant, is it?

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Oh, how dare you!

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-That was a vintage from 1815.

-Yeah...

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Yes, I made it at quarter past six...

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in the year 1792.

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STOMACH GRUMBLES

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Jay, what makes a good restaurant?

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Well, I think it's a lot of things.

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You want to feel like you're having a good time,

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you want the waiters to avoid pouring soup down your lap.

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-Did you know that I once owned a restaurant?

-Did you? What was it?

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Oh, it was fraught with strife.

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Waiter, waiter!

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Er, yes?

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Ah, waiter, there's a fly in my soup.

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Oh, is it doing the backstroke?

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No, it's attached to this pair of trousers!

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It got worse when I served him the cheese and under crackers!

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-HE CHUCKLES

-Do you get it?

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Yeah, no, I kind of...enough.

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At least my restaurant had an excellent ambience.

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Do you know what ambience means, Jay?

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Yeah, it means a bit of warmth, a bit of a welcoming atmosphere,

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unlike this place.

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No, it's an emergency service vehicle.

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We needed one with all that dreadful food we would serve.

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Now, Jay, you often appear on MasterChef.

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Have you ever tucked into an egg

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and realised you were accidentally eating Gregg Wallace?

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There have been moments when I've wondered.

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-LAUGHTER

-Very funny that.

-Yeah.

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Also on MasterChef,

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why are they always going on about people called Sue?

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-They don't.

-They do!

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Sue Flay,

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Sue Chef,

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Sue Et Pudding!

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It's funny, cos they're not even people.

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How dare you!

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My name is Sue Et Pudding

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and for that I'm suing!

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Well, actually, I'm Sue Ing.

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Did somebody call?

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What a load of old tripe.

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I'll eat it later.

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-LAUGHTER

-Now, you're always whingeing

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about other people's food, but are you a good cook?

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-Yeah, I can cook, I can cook.

-Well, I'm not.

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I've always had trouble following a recipe.

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Oh, I need to get out of here,

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these jokes are terrible!

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-HACKER CHUCKLES

-Now, Jay,

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what's your favourite course?

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My favourite course, I think it's dessert.

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No, you didn't let me finish.

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What's your favourite golf course?

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Gleneagles or Royal Birkdale?

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-Well, come on, which is your favourite?

-I hate golf!

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Oh, stop harping on about golf, will you?

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This show is meant to be about food.

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-Of course, that's what I'm here for.

-Next question.

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What's the perfect accompaniment for steak?

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It's a very refined sauce called a Bearnaise.

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Actually, it's Sue Et Pudding.

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She's an expert on the clarinet. Look!

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CLARINET BELLOWS

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I do not like your technique.

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Well, Jay, it's time to end the interview.

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I'm pleased to say we got through it without anything terrible happening.

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Oh, no! The ceiling's falling in again.

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What kind of odd-job man are you?!

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I am not an odd-job man!

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-I'm a food critic!

-Oh, Larry, cut to something else.

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Put on your dancing shoes,

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because it's time for The Next Step...But One.

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Oh, guys, guys, we've got one day until the Sub Regional

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Inter-parish Divisional Quarterfinal Heats: Part Two.

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-THEY GASP

-But there's a problem.

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-No team?

-No costumes?

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No discernible talent?

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No, no, no, worse -

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we can't figure out how to abbreviate the Sub Regional

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Inter-parish Divisional Quarterfinal Heats: Part Two!

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THEY SCREAM

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# We'll show the world our moves

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# It's gonna

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# It's gonna

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# It's gonna be our chance

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# It's gonna be our chance

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# But none of us can dance

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# But none of us can dance. #

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So, we're currently in crisis over how to abbreviate

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the Sub Regional Inter-parish

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Divisional Quarterfinal Heats: Part Two,

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but I think I've got the solution.

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Why don't we shorten it to

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S-R-I-P-D-Q-F-H-P-T?

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-No, that's still too long.

-OK.

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Let's just call it Sripdqfer-hpt.

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I beg your pardon?

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Sripdqfer-hpt...

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And the same to you!

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Emma-Lee, I'm so pumped about this contest!

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It's our once-in-a-lifetime chance to live out our dream!

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Oh, give it a rest, love.

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You sound like a TV talent show wannabe.

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Emma-Lee's wrong,

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I don't sound like a TV talent show wannabe.

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And this is really my last chance to prove that, not only to myself,

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but to my family, my friends

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and everyone who has believed in me along the way.

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And if I'm back here next week, I will give it 110%,

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so I make it to boot camp and judges' houses.

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Will.i.am, I won't let you down!

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We'll only win at the Sripdqfer-hpt if we all work together.

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That's why I'm giving the troupe a motivational talk.

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Remember, everyone, there's no "me" in the word "team".

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Yes, there is!

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If you rearrange the E and the M, it clearly spells "me".

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Erm, all right. How about this instead?

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There is no "I" in the word "contingent",

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which is another term for team.

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But there is an "I" in "contingent".

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And a "gent", which is what I am.

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THEY BOO

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Stop it! In that case, erm...

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Oh, erm,

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there's no "W" in the word "lamb".

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Lamb, Lamb, Lamb.

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That one doesn't even make sense.

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I panicked, all right! I panicked!

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To me, this whole process has been an emotional rollercoaster,

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and we all know what that's like.

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SOBBING

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Why do these TV talent show wannabes keep referring to me

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all the time?!

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I find it very distressing, you know.

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ROLLERCOASTER SOBS

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# Another one bites the dust. #

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'As our time on Z-Troupe comes to an end,

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'I'll never forget the memories we've shared in this dance studio.'

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Go, team!

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No, come back. Come back, everyone. It was a figure of speech.

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There was the time we worked on our tap.

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Very carefully,

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unscrew the body cover before moving on to the headgear nut.

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Then there was the time we did the twist.

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Twist...

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..the wrench in a clockwise direction,

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and your U-bend will never leak again.

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And then there was the time we actually did a routine.

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A routine radiator inspection, that is.

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Hey, wait a minute.

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All we're doing is plumbing.

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Why aren't we learning to dance?

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Dance? What are you talking about?

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This is a plumbing college, son.

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I wondered why you lot kept turning up in leotards.

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Well, this is it.

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We've finally made it to the Sub Regional Inter-parish

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Divisional Quarterfinal Heats:

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Part Two.

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Oh, I'm sorry, you're too late.

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This is the Sub Regional Inter-parish Divisional

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Quarterfinal Heats: Part Three.

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Oh, Sripdqfer-hpt!

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THEY GROAN

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I just want the world to know I've been on a really amazing journey.

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An amazing journey to Bournemouth, that is,

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where I'm currently servicing a combi-boiler.

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PHONE RINGS

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-Hello?

-Hi, is this Emma-Lee?

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Yes, who's calling?

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-It's me, the real Emily. Why are you impersonating me, Hacker?

-Hacker...

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Oh, I've never heard of him. No, but while you're on,

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would you ever consider being a guest on Hacker Time?

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Hacker Time? Never heard of it.

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Touche.

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Touche.

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SHE SIGHS

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That was D-U-L-L dull.

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-Mm-mm!

-What are you drinking, Derek?

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Oh, it's just a spiced cabbage latte with extra foam

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-and a triple shot.

-A what?!

-It's a hug in a mug.

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I saw it in a YouBend vlog.

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It's the most delicious thing I've ever tried.

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Oh, it sounds gorgeous. Let's see the review.

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I'm so sorry that I've not vlogged for a couple of hours.

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I need to be vlogging more and I know that.

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By the way, if you want a tutorial on how to look a bit like me,

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just comment below.

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So, I know I mention this in every video,

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but the spiced cabbage latte is like a hug in a mug.

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No matter what sort of day you're having,

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the comforting warmth of it will just pick you up.

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Aah!

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Did I mention that this video

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is in no way sponsored by the spiced cabbage latte?

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Hey, where do you want this gigantic free delivery

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of spiced cabbage latte put in, mate?

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Oh, I just can't take it.

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Oh!

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Well, I have never in my life seen such an awful...ly genuine

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and not at all sponsored vlog.

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Oh, I just can't wait to have a cup of spiced cabbage latte.

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It's a taste sensation.

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Jay, here's a question. If I went into a restaurant and did this...

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bodgey-obity-obity-obity-obity,

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-what would happen?

-They'd throw you out.

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-Oh. Really, are table manners that important?

-Yeah.

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Yeah, they are important,

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actually cos it's about the other guests, isn't it?

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Well, I think table manners are a waste of time.

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And I shall demonstrate my position via the medium of sauge.

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SWING MUSIC PLAYS

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# When you sit down to a nice meal There are things you shouldn't do

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# Play with your food, get in a mood Say words like knickers, bum and poo

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# Be rude to your host Stick your head in a roast

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# Talk with a mouthful of cress Drink soup through a straw

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# Eat wheat off the floor

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# Dine while you're not fully dressed... #

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Oh, my privates!

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# The bourgeoisie are critical of slurping

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# I don't mind, I think it's fine

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# I'm too busy burping and it smells of cress!

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HE BURPS

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# And I'm not fully dressed

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# Yes, I'm sick of these fools and the pointless old rules

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# Why can't I talk while I chew? Or eat in the nude?

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# Be very crude? Saying words like knickers, bum and poo

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# So I'll take a hike I'll do what I like

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# And eat like an ape in the zoo

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# You're driving me mad and I've something to add...

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HE BURPS

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# Kickers, bum and poo. Cress! #

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What did you think of that? I want your full critical opinion.

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-I can never unhear that song.

-How dare you be so rude?!

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Where are your manners? Were you brought up by wolves or something?

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Larry, do one of your coming up things. I am fur-i-ous.

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Certainly, Hacker.

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Well, we've plenty more courses of terrible comedy coming right up.

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We've got a plate full of bad taste.

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A side order of lumpy laughs.

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Topped off by a dollop of disgust.

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That's Hacker Time for you.

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I'm back, I'm back, I'm all right. Now, Jay, come here. Come here, Jay.

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-I'll tell you something, right.

-Yeah.

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I found out what the secret ingredient is that makes meat paste

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-taste really good.

-Oh, right, go on.

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-This has never been disclosed to the public before.

-Tell me.

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So this could be a world exclusive. The secret ingredient is...

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-BELL RINGS

-Oh! Dinner time.

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Whatever it is, I hope it's got mango chutney.

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Well, I didn't really want to know anyway.

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Now that Jay Rayner's here, we need to work on our presentation.

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Right ahead of you. I've been working on this presentation

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of our weekly sales figures.

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No! Our food presentation.

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-Quick, here comes a customer.

-Oh, yes.

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-Hello, sir, what can I get you?

-I'm not sure.

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-But it had better look good.

-Don't worry,

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all our dishes are works of art.

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Like this. The Mona Pizza.

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Oh! The olives really follow you around the room, don't they?

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-But I prefer something slightly less enigmatic.

-Well, how about this?

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The Eiffel Tower made completely out of chips.

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Oh, well, I couldn't eat all that.

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-Then how about chips made entirely out of the Eiffel Tower?

-Oh, no.

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I think I'll have that plate of food.

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-I've never seen anything so beautifully presented.

-Certainly.

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We got it free in a cereal packet.

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-Oh. Mm.

-That was my lunch!

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I'll fire up the van.

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BELL RINGS

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And now Hacker Time proudly presents Mister Chef Junior.

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Well, you've got the balance of flavours right,

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-but there's a problem with the lamb.

-What's wrong with it?

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It's eaten all the potatoes.

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Baa!

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-Could the next contestant please bring up their food.

-Certainly.

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HE GAGS

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Not like that. Will you please bring it up to the counter.

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I'll try my best, cocker, but I've not got that good an aim.

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HE GAGS

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-I take it this means there's a problem with your dish?

-Yes.

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Look, there is. I can only get three channels.

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-What about your starter?

-It's just over there, look.

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On your marks, get set, go!

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Go on, you little recipe card, you can win this. Oh.

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Shall we move onto your main, what have you done?

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-Well, I've done rabbit three ways.

-Really?

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Yeah, this way,

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that way

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and this way again.

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He got lost during that race.

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I told you the recipe card would win.

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-Have you made anything else?

-Yes. I've done a finger buffet, look.

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It's wearing an onion ring.

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Now get out, go on.

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-Where's the vegetable?

-Well, I've got a stuffed marrow.

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Oh, I'm full.

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I've just eaten that finger buffet.

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HE BURPS

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-It smells of hand wash.

-Enough. Where's the dessert?

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I've made a meat paste tiramisu

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with a yeast extract coulis.

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'For dessert, Hacker's made a meat paste tiramisu

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'served with a yeast extract coulis.'

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You do understand that to progress in this competition,

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-this has to be perfect?

-Yes.

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'Hacker understands that to progress in the competition,

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'this needs to be perfect.'

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It is time for me to have a taste.

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-'It's time for Jay...'

-Hang on, hang on!

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-Who are you?

-Actually...

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-SPEAKS IN A HIGH PITCH VOICE:

-I'm Susan Et Pudding from earlier

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in the programme and I'm moonlighting as a voiceover artist.

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Get out.

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-You know what?

-What?

-Hacker, this is really excellent.

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-It's taking me on a journey.

-That's right.

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A journey to the nearest hospital.

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Those ingredients are 400 years out of date.

0:21:420:21:45

Uh-oh. Somebody, call this man an ambulance.

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You're an ambulance.

0:21:500:21:52

Good gag there. Seriously, though, he does need...medical assistance.

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Sue, do you know first aid?

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I know lemonade.

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Get ready to be madly disappointed,

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it's the Quarter Past Four O'Clock Club.

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BELL RINGS

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LAUGHTER

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-And then you said, "What fish?" You do crack me up, Nige.

-Ha-ha-ha,

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-what's this?

-Do you mind, Josh?

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I'm having a conversation with the new kid, Nige. Yeah.

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As I was saying,

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you keep up level of banter like that, you'll go far.

0:22:220:22:26

# I used to be the teacher's pet

0:22:260:22:28

# I tried so hard How could he forget?

0:22:280:22:30

# Brought him an apple every day

0:22:300:22:32

# He'll have no more Braeburns from me, no way! #

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# Nige, you're so great

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# As for the apples, thanks for the crate

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# By the way, your coursework, it was blazing

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# That pie you baked me? Hashtag - amazing!

0:22:410:22:44

# He's filth, he makes me wince

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# The guy's a leech, treating Dex like a prince

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# Nige, these sandwiches, they're so great

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# I'm giving them a big fat eight out of eight

0:22:500:22:53

# The perfect ratio of egg to ham

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# And you cut the crusts off, you da man

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# Just look at him, his smug little face

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# I can't watch, he's taken my place

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-# Oh, teacher's pet

-Whoa-a

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# You're the best student I've ever had

0:23:040:23:06

-# Oh, teacher's pet

-Whoa-a

0:23:060:23:08

# A pleasure to teach, a lovely lad

0:23:080:23:10

-# Oh, teacher's pet

-Whoa-a

0:23:100:23:13

# That essay on ethics, megalols!

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-# Oh, teacher's pet

-Whoa-a

0:23:150:23:18

# I'll really miss you in the summer hols!

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# Pet. #

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HE SOBS

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-Who has put salt in my tea?

-It was Nige. It was Nige. Nigel did it.

0:23:260:23:33

Thanks for telling me, Josh.

0:23:330:23:35

You've always been my real favourite teacher's pet.

0:23:350:23:38

Nigel, I'm very disappointed in you. Get to the headmaster's office now.

0:23:380:23:42

Ohh!

0:23:420:23:43

He-he-he!

0:23:450:23:47

BELL RINGS

0:23:470:23:48

Ladies and gentlemen, it's time for the most ground-breaking,

0:23:490:23:53

extraordinary quiz you've ever seen. It's the item we like to call...

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Sit On The Lav-Lav And Answer Some Questions.

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DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS

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TOILET FLUSHES

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Jay, the rules of this game are bog-standard.

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All you have to do is...

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DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS

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TOILET FLUSHES

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..sit on the lav-lav, and answer some questions.

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-How does it feel being sat upon my throne?

-It feels very warm.

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It should be. The time will end when you hear this sound.

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SHE PLAYS

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I do not like your answers.

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-Are you ready?

-Just about.

0:24:340:24:37

In that case, start the clock. In Italy, antipasti is?

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It's the stuff you eat before the pasta.

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No. She's Uncle Pasti's wife.

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I don't know why they both have the same name.

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Now, here is Herman.

0:24:490:24:51

He has disguised this foodstuff as a famous TV cook.

0:24:510:24:54

-But who's that fruit to you?

-Is that Delia Smith?

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No, it's Hairy Berry.

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Get out, Herman. How do you make a sausage roll?

0:25:030:25:07

Well, you get pastry and sausage meat and you...

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-No, you push it down a hill.

-OK.

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How do you make a casserole?

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You push it down a hill.

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'Jay has answered, "You push it down a hill,"

0:25:160:25:19

'but has he done enough to convince the host that those

0:25:190:25:21

'are the correct ingredients to turn this into a ridiculous joke?'

0:25:210:25:26

No, you start by browning your onions and add salt to taste.

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-What cheese do you use to hide a horse?

-Mascarpone!

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No, a really big old pile of Cheddar.

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-What's this dish called?

-That's fish and chips.

0:25:380:25:42

No, the dish is called Simon.

0:25:420:25:43

Cucumbers, discuss.

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-Green, great if you peel them properly.

-Incorrect.

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Complete this sentence, "There's no place like..."

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-Home.

-No, it's there's no plaice like haddock.

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-They're two different types of fish.

-Fair enough.

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-MUSIC PLAYS

-I do not like your answers.

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Time's up.

0:26:010:26:03

-That means you've won tonight's star prize.

-Which is?

0:26:030:26:06

'A sour-glazed slice of home-made handcrafted gristle

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'braised on a confit of nothing and served on a bed

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'of badly dried tomato awfulness drizzled with leftover... Oh.'

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-What do you think about that, cocker?

-I couldn't be more proud.

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Hurrah. And it's your lucky day because you've also won a holiday.

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-Where, where am I going?

-A trip to the sewers beneath the studio.

0:26:250:26:28

It's a foodie's paradise, cocker. Any last words before you go?

0:26:280:26:31

Well, actually, yeah, there are a few things...

0:26:310:26:35

-JAY BANGS ON DOOR

-Herman, flush him away.

0:26:350:26:38

Argh, I'm going down the lav!

0:26:380:26:40

What a lovely odd-job man. I wonder who she was.

0:26:420:26:45

I'm off now to bleed my radiators, cockers.

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But first I shall annoy you all with my horrific song. Join in or else.

0:26:470:26:52

# 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

0:27:020:27:05

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

0:27:050:27:07

# It's been amazing, we've been larking around

0:27:070:27:09

# The whole programme cost just under a pound

0:27:090:27:12

# Watch again next time cos we've got much more

0:27:120:27:14

# There'll be tonnes of other funny stuff

0:27:140:27:16

# It'll be top drawer

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# Jay Rayner, the food critic, came in to fix my ceiling issue

0:27:170:27:21

# He judged my food on Mister Chef But he ended up in hospital

0:27:210:27:25

# Because he ate my tiramisu

0:27:250:27:26

# That is it for now, the end of the show

0:27:260:27:29

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

0:27:290:27:31

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

0:27:310:27:33

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

0:27:330:27:36

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

0:27:360:27:38

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

0:27:380:27:41

I'm free at last!

0:27:410:27:43

Fun, chat and music from Hacker T Dog. Featuring the drama series The Next Step but One, starring Hacker as Emma-Lee, Ed Petrie as Eddon and Kelly-Anne Lyons as Rochelle. Kay Purcell plays Mrs Breadbin in the catering van sketch, and Ortis Deley takes up the role as Dexter in The Quarter Past 4 O'Clock Club.

This episode features celebrity food critic and TV presenter Jay Rayner.


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