EPISODE 107 – as American as fish-bits from China

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It’s a car-centric episode this week, as Helen tries out some technical car words, we find out what cowboys have to do with the front passenger seat, and Martin the Sound Man stands up for the innocent victims of doggers. But don’t worry, pedestrians, cyclists and pilots; there’s still more than enough material to suit you! Including stuff about canal boats. Ok? Here you go:


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Aside from the aforementioned transportation flimflam, we discuss:

21 Grams vs. the Dawn of the Dead remake
Paul Merton’s mic technique
Big Bird
Cath Kidston
Al Jolson
Michael Caine’s teeth
skewering Cheryl Cole in the face
the late Pizza Piazza
Dead Set
munchkins
Worcestershire Sauce
puffer fish
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Mont Sleet
and
celebrity cocks.

Plus: Olly admits his desire for Janice the Muppet; Helen finally realises why the Zaltzman family never took holidays; and Martin’s immense knowledge about everything ever even extends to the speed limit on Britain’s inland waterways. We also give Vitamin Water the kicking it deserves. Yeah! We know you’re probably just as eager as we were to slate Vitamin Water, but if you can restrain yourself for just a mo, send us your QUESTIONS: email answermethispodcast@googlemail.com, or speak them to Skype ID answermethis or the question line 0208 123 5877.

Vitamin Water, schmitamin water!

Helen and Olly

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2 Responses to “EPISODE 107 – as American as fish-bits from China”

  1. jessica Says:

    in the US the best way I know to get out of having to do something is to simply touch the side of your nose. the last person to do this obvioulsy has the task – but the best part of this one is that it is silent, so it is not so obvious to everyone that it is happening – i love this with my friends because the loser is always the same person, thereby adding to our amusement…

  2. Jack from Winchester Says:

    You’ve proberbly seen this already, but Pulp Fiction with Muppets!

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