Episode 3 Fast and Loose


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Hugh Dennis has another batch of improvised games and sketches featuring the talents of David Armand, Greg Davies, Justin Edwards, Humphrey Ker, Marek Larwood and Jess Ransom.


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For the next 15 seconds at least, you're watching Fast and Loose!

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On the show tonight, he's just passed a late fitness test - Justin Edwards.

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She's back and this time it's personal - Jess Ransom.

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He ate the thinking woman's crumpet - Greg Davies.

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He's the third tallest Humphrey of all time - Humphrey Ker.

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He's your friend and mine, but more yours - David Armand.

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And this week's charity competition winner - Marek Larwood.

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And, finally, would you please welcome your host. A man who sounds a lot like me - Hugh Dennis!

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Hello and welcome to the show. Tonight we'll be improvising scenes, sketches and TV spoofs

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and picking our performers' brains, so let's play Fast and Loose!

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To kick things off, let's play Speed Dating.

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It's a game for all our performers, so all head over here. This is the part of the show

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where they pretend to be single and desperate as they act out terrible things to say when speed dating.

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So, if you're ready.

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Off we go.

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I-I've got GSOH,

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which is a General Smell of Haddock. LAUGHTER

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If you're looking for a fiery lover, you have come to the right place!

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I have rubbed my genitals with jalapeno peppers. BUZZ

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If I'm absolutely honest, I like boys AND girls. What are you?

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You've got such amazing eyes.

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I WANT THEM FOR MY COLLECTION!

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BUZZ

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People are always saying to me, "You're mad, you are!

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"You're nuts! You're crazy! What the hell are you doing in my kitchen?"

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I've got, uh, a full tub of Vaseline

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and a half-shaven cat and my mum doesn't come back until Monday. BUZZ

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I'm looking for someone warm and funny. Perhaps a recently-dead clown.

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If I had to describe myself as an animal, I suppose I'm like an old Labrador.

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You know, I dribble a bit and my erection looks like a pink lipstick.

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Generally speaking, people I've been with on a date have complimented me on my impeccable manners.

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I do have one unfortunate characteristic. I poo myself if I ever hear a buzzer.

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BUZZ

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So if you and I hit it off you'd be the first person I'd slept with that I wasn't related to!

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I'm a little bit of a ladies man. By that I mean I'm a mid-op transsexual.

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BUZZ

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You know that song Three Times A Lady?

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That's how I like them. Obese. BUZZ

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I lost both my knees in a terrible skiing accident last year, but I seem to be coping fine.

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-BUZZ

-Thank you very much!

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Well done, everyone.

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Now we come to the part of the show that I call Heckle.

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I ask the performers to recall the very worst heckle they've had to contend with.

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-Anyone?

-I, genuinely, when I was doing stand-up in Glasgow

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got heckled with a line that I can't do justice. You can do Glaswegian.

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-Yes.

-I'll tell you the line and you deliver it for me.

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The line was, "Get off the stage. You are a six foot eight tower of steaming piss."

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-GLASWEGIAN:

-Get off the stage! You're a 6'8" steaming tower of piss!

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Anyone else?

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I was performing in an arts centre in Devon

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and they genuinely said, "You'll have to stop. No one knows who you are and we need to do the raffle."

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-LAUGHTER

-Thank you!

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Our next game is called Weak Links and this involves Justin, Jess, Greg and Humphrey.

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If you'd like to get into position. This is, of course, our version of Anne Robinson's finest hour.

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I will play the host, Anne. The rest of you are contestants.

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To spice things up a bit, we'll give you a character to play.

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Justin is a man writing a letter to Points of View.

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Jess, you are characters from Downton Abbey.

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-Greg is a scary French teacher.

-LAUGHTER

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-Humphrey, you're trying to be street. So...

-LAUGHTER

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So let's get on with the game.

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Let's meet our contestants. Who are you and how are you?

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I am disgusted of Tunbridge Wells and I am appalled by the filth, abuse and foreign people on the BBC.

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-And you, how are you?

-Nobody's asked me a question directly before, sir.

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I shouldn't even be up here. Mrs Patmore is going to kill me! You won't see me again.

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And you, tall man?

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LAUGHTER

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I can stare longer than you.

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And you, sir, at the end.

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Yo! Word up, H-Fresh.

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-Right...

-It's literally bare banging to be here.

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-I'm afraid I have no idea what you're talking about.

-Me neither.

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In the meantime, let's play Weak Links.

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-The principal characters in the book Watership Down are what types of creature?

-Sorry, can you repeat it?

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-The principal characters...

-Repeats! This is all we get on this channel! LAUGHTER

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Over and over again.

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You - what B is the cake covered in marzipan with the pink and cream coloured chequered inside?

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You ghastly little man! How dare you ask a question!

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The Lady Dowager does not play games!

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What do you expect?

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Next you'll find me dining in the pantry in the servants' quarters!

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Disgusting! Oh...

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You.

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LAUGHTER

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-What number US President is Barack...

-Silence!

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Ecoutez!

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Et repetez.

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Ou est la chavelle?

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-La chavelle?

-Oui, la chavelle.

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Ou est la chavelle? LAUGHTER

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Non! Elle est dans le jardin!

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Which football club play at Craven Cottage - Craven Utd or Fulham?

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Actually, I live there. It's Fulham.

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I mean, yo, I don't know, dog. If it ain't Brixton, it ain't no...thing.

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The answer is indeed Fulham. What fruit juice is in a pina colada?

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Oh, once again, why oh why must I have the word penis repeatedly thrust down my throat

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-on British television?

-I wasn't planning on thrusting my penis down your throat. You...

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What would you famously find in the caves of Lascaux in France?

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I know the answer to that question. And why shouldn't I?

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Why shouldn't women know all answers to all questions as well as men?

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I'm wearing trousers!

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-You...

-Alors!

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Question -

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ou est le pamplemousse?

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I ask the questions here.

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Non! Ecoutez!

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Ou est le pamplemousse? Oui, le pamplemousse est grand. Oui?

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-Ou est le pamplemousse?

-In a minute...

-NON!

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Il est dans le bibliotheque! LAUGHTER

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Can you actually speak French?

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Non!

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In slang, if a pony is £25, how much is a monkey?

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What? What?

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No! Don't try to stop me! I will just keep going until you stop me talking!

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-I'm afraid at the end of the round I've randomly decided to get rid of Greg. Goodbye.

-Zut alors!

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Ah, mais... ou est le cochon?

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Eh? Le petit cochon.

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Eh?

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C'est dans le...

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C'est dans le...

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..de patisserie.

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Well, that's it from me.

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Good night.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Now we come to the part of the show that I call Race Horse Name.

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I ask the performers to imagine that they own a race horse and to come up with the best name for it. David?

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Em, well, if I had a race horse, I'd probably just... name it after my mother.

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And her name is Steel Bullet the Third.

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Marek?

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Well, I would name my race horse after my granddad.

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So I would call it...Granddad.

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LAUGHTER

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-Justin?

-If I had a horse I would call it Pony Blair and I would have it shot.

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Well, thank you very much.

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Next we play a game called Interpretative Dance.

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Taking part are Jess, Humphrey and David. David, come over here.

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Humphrey, if you could get into position. Now the way this works is

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we play a popular song and ask our interpretative dancer, David, to illustrate the lyrics

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through the medium of dance. Jess and Humphrey will wear headphones and are unable to hear the music.

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They have to guess the song and the artist purely from the mime.

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I'll just check you can't hear me. Can you hear me? Right.

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-Are you ready, David?

-I think so.

-Off we go.

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INTRO PLAYS

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PHIL COLLINS: # I need love, love Oh, to ease my mind

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# Oh, and I need to find time

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# Someone to call mine My mama said

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# You can't hurry love No, you'll just have to wait

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# She said love don't come easy It's a game of give and take

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# You can't hurry love No, you'll just have to wait

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# Just trust in the good times No matter how long it takes

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# How many heartaches must I stand

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# Before I find the love to let me live again

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# The only thing that keeps me hanging on

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# When I feel my strength Oh, it's almost gone

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# I remember Mama said You can't hurry love

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# No, you just have to wait She said love don't come easy

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# It's a game of give and take

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# How long must I wait

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# How much more must I take

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# Before loneliness

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# Will cause my heart to break

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# No I can't bear to live my life alone

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# I've grown impatient for a love to call my own

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# When I feel that I

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# I can't go on

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# Well, these precious words keep me hanging on

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# I remember mama said You can't hurry love

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# No, you just have to wait She said love don't come easy

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# It's a game of give and take

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# You can't hurry love No, you'll just have to wait

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# Just trust in the good times No matter how long it takes

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# And now break... #

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CHEERING

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So...

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I know what it is. It's... I think I'm right that it's the popular Christmas carol

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-O Come All Ye Faithful. Am I right?

-Very good.

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Now then...

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You? No... Run?

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-Hurry?

-Yes!

-You...Can't Hurry Love!

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Oh, well done!

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-Pow!

-Thanks and thank you to David Armand!

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Now we come to that part of the show I like to call Biggest Regret.

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I try to find out a bit more about our performers by eliciting from them their biggest regret. Justin?

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Er, leaving my DNA at the crime scene, Hugh. LAUGHTER

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-Greg?

-My biggest regret was two bathrooms and a kitchen.

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Sorry, that was re-grout.

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Marek?

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Um, aged seven, I chose to become a boy.

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LAUGHTER

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And, er, Humphrey?

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My biggest regret, Hugh, is never giving my first girlfriend a good reason for why we should break up.

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So now I'm married to her.

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Thank you, everyone.

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It's time now for an educational game we call Right Way, Wrong Way.

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Humphrey, Justin, Jess and Greg, make your way over here, please.

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They will show us the best and worst ways to behave in a job interview.

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Greg and Jess, you'll show us the right way. Greg, you're the applicant and Jess the interviewer.

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Humphrey and Justin, you'll show us the wrong way.

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Justin's the applicant and Humphrey the interviewer. Right, let's start with greeting.

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-Hello there, sir.

-Oh, hello. Thank you so much for seeing me. I'm really grateful.

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-I've been an admirer of your company for 39 years.

-Wow. I'm pleased to see that.

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And your CV is glowing. I'm pleased to welcome you.

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It already feels, if you don't mind me saying, like home.

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So that's the right way. Now Humphrey and Justin show us the wrong way.

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Ah. Ohh. All right, Specs?

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Who told you to sit down,

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you piece of piss?

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That's the wrong way. Now undergoing the interview is the next stage.

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Jess maintains a relaxed atmosphere and Greg demonstrates his complete suitability for the vacancy.

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LAUGHTER

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You've got a lot of experience. What was your last job?

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-I was the shoemaker.

-The shoemaker? Tell me some more about that.

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-I call myself The Shoemaker, but I was one of four.

-So you like working as part of a team?

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I very much like that, particularly if it is headed up by a woman.

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So that's the right way, quite obviously.

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Now Humphrey and Justin will show us the wrong way.

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I brought you... Well, it's not really a CV. It's a page I've torn out of a porn mag, but...

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-it does show you what I've been up to for the last few months.

-LAUGHTER

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So that's the...

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So that is...apparently the wrong way.

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The final stage, of course, is finding out if you've been successful. Here's the right way.

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See how Greg reacts with immense decorum and self-possession.

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Well, with your background in shoemaking and your positive approach

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you're definitely somebody we'd like to welcome into the family of our company. Congratulations.

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-You're hired.

-Thank you so much. I'll be honest. My instinct is to kiss you passionately,

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but that's inappropriate, so I will shake your hand and leave.

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That's the right way. Now Humphrey and Justin are going to show us the wrong way.

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Have I got it or what?

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Not only have you not got it, but I've deported your family. LAUGHTER

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That is the wrong way! Thank you very much.

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Hey, everyone, it's party time. This is the part of the show where I chillax.

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When the music stops, the performers have to say something pretentious.

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So, em, cue the music.

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PARTY MUSIC PLAYS

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If I had to choose between truffle oil and oxygen... I'd choose truffle oil.

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Well, cheesecloth keeps its shape, but hessian is that much more fragrant.

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If I drive three nails through my dick,

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I can make half a ladder.

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LAUGHTER

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Em...

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We drank each other.

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Disgusting, to be honest.

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The other day I forgot my bag for life. I just cried right there in Waitrose!

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AFRICAN CHANT

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Or, as you probably call it. salad cream.

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Thank you very much.

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Right, our next game is Dragon's Lair, our version of a popular BBC2 business programme.

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Humphrey and Jess are the judges. Come and join me.

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The other performers will be showcasing their inventions. I will play the presenter.

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David and Greg, it's time to impress the dragons.

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This is your invention.

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I don't know what that is.

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So if you work out what it is and then pitch it to the dragons.

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-Hello, dragons.

-Awright?

-My name is...Jeremy.

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And my name's Steve and I have never met him before.

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I was just walkin' doon the street and he just grabbed hold of us

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and brought us in here. I have no idea why!

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I don't like Geordies. I'm out.

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-Funny you should say that.

-Keep going.

-You have rather stumbled upon what my device is.

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This is my patented Geordie catcher.

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As you know, it's perfectly unacceptable to find Geordies roaming the streets anywhere...

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It's a joke, man! A joke, man.

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-A joke!

-So...

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-He's got so many bloody catchphrases.

-Ant and Dec!

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See?

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-Anywhere but Newcastle, they should be tethered.

-Me dad's Jimmy Nail!

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-How does the device work?

-What's an acceptable way to behave at weddings?

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-I think probably... just take out my pockets and...

-And I've got him! I've got him!

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Cheryl Cole! Cheryl Cole, man!

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And I've got him.

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Cheryl...

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Right, when you've actually... If you must, give him applause. If you must.

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Now, Jeremy, what are the practical applications of a tethered Geordie?

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-What can I use him for?

-Well...

-Sting!

-I'm sorry.

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He shouldn't be able to speak by this point.

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-So...

-Peter Beardsley!

-If you've got your Geordie fully tethered,

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-it's really easy to take him outside and humanely destroy him.

-So, Dragons...

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I only wear my pants when I go out in the snow, man!

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-OK...

-You've cut off the blood from me face!

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-Are you in or out, Humphrey?

-Kevin Keegan!

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I'm out, I'm afraid. I like Geordies. They're quite like me.

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Deborah? Are you in or out?

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I would say that I am almost going to definitely say yes, but I would like you to branch out

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-into some kind of tether for people from Birmingham.

-How do you feel that went?

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-You, Greg, and Joe McElderry here. How are you...?

-Yeah?

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Well, I personally am quite keen to quickly distance myself from this piece of improvisation

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as I'm going to Newcastle next week! LAUGHTER

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That's fantastic!

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Thank you very much.

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CHEERING

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Now we move on to a game called Sideways Scene for Justin, Marek and our guest performer -

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please welcome Pippa Evans!

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Now off you go, please. This game takes place in the special area behind the set

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and you will perform a scene in different genres suggested by me.

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But you'll be doing it lying down on our magic mat.

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We'll relay the pictures to the audience on the big screen.

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Now the scenario is that Pippa is a bride having a dress fitted by designer Justin.

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And her gangster fiance Marek comes to the door with a gunshot wound to the leg

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because he's on the run from the police. So...

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Nice and simple. If you're ready, off you go.

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-Why don't you just stand on the chair and I'll measure it up?

-OK.

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Just over there.

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Yeah, just pop yourself on there.

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-Whoo!

-I'll just...just kneel down.

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Oh, I'm so sorry!

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Maybe if you come up on the chair with me...

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-Do you know what? I ought to check it from the other side.

-OK.

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Yes, em...

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-I do hope my husband isn't here!

-That's all right.

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-So when is the wedding?

-Cor blimey! Them rozzers are on me tail!

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There's blood pouring out my leg, so there is!

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I'll get the door, shall I?

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KNOCKING

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Ohhh!

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-Quick!

-I'm trying!

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Quickly! Open the door.

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Let me in!

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Come in. Ooh!

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-Goodness me.

-Oh, me leg!

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-Watch out for them rozzers!

-Freeze! We're going to change the genre now to a poltergeist.

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You've brought a malevolent spirit into the house!

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Oooh! Oooh!

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Aaaaieee!

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It's possessed him!

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I think I'm all right. No! Aaargh!

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Ah!

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Help me! Someone help me!

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OK, freeze again, please. And change genre now to Jackie Chan.

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-AS JACKIE CHAN:

-Don't ever mess with me again!

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-Ooh!

-Wa-ha-ow!

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Argh!

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Freeze again, please. We're going to change genre to The Great Escape.

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Quick, down here!

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That's it. You can get over this fence on your motorbike.

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Vroom! Vroom!

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I've found a tunnel, chaps!

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APPLAUSE

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You're brilliant!

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APPLAUSE

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OK, freeze again, please, and now change genre to Transformers.

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-MAKES ROBOT NOISES

-Let's dig her out of the ground.

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I'm special hat bot.

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LAUGHTER

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This is the worst hat robot I've ever come across!

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-Please, hat bot, no more!

-It's transocock!

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OK, freeze again! And now we're going to go for King Kong.

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-I've got you now!

-Aaaiee!

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It's all right, bird. I'm in the helicopter.

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LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE

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-Argh!

-Aaaiee!

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Aaargh!

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Thank you! Thank you very much!

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Thank you to all of you. Come back now. Special thanks to Pippa Evans!

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APPLAUSE

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That's all we have time for tonight. Thanks to Justin Edwards, David Armand, Humphrey Ker,

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Jess Ransom, Marek Larwood and Greg Davies.

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And good night from me, Hugh Dennis. We'll see you next time we play Fast and Loose.

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Subtitles by Subtext for Red Bee Media Ltd - 2011

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Email [email protected]

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Hugh Dennis is back with another hilarious batch of improvised games and sketches featuring the talents of David Armand, Greg Davies, Justin Edwards, Humphrey Ker, Marek Larwood and Jess Ransom.


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