EPISODE 165 – a drugs whoopie pie


Greetings, Team AMT!

Director David Cronenberg welcomes you to Answer Me This! Episode 165, AKA the Body Horror episode. In it, we take a close look at Prince Alberts, alkaline vaginas and the arse of Jo O’Meara from S Club 73. Cross your legs and here we go:

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Come back! There’s good clean fun as well, in the shape of:

nativity plays
pyjama trousers
whisky mac
Hardy Amies
Damian Lewis
the Polyphonic Spree
Legally Blonde the Musical
Joan Holloway/Harris
Jessica Rabbit vs. Geri Halliwell
Barack Obama vs. babies
Doug Malloy
King Herod
Stephanie Seymour & Son
security tits
Saturday Toilet
Benito Mussolini’s bell-end.

We realise that that list gets less clean as it goes on, but no less fun. Further fun: Olly’s Machiavellian side thrusts itself to the fore as he wishes to distort the telly-watchers of the UK into a massive army of Olly Manns; Helen nags you to eat breakfast, else you’ll be all cranky by 11am AND you’ll never conceive a girl-baby; and Martin the Sound Man would like you to know that if your name’s not down, you’re not coming in. At least not until he’s finished his bag of foam shrimps.

This week’s Bit of Crap on the App (appless? Then hurry up and get it for your iPhone or Android device) is a little nugget of showbiz slang. Ever heard of a ‘kinell’? No? Well, you’re not showbiz, are you? Unlike this week’s app bonus footage.

Keep your QUESTIONS coming in please, in the forms of emails to answermethispodcast@googlemail.com or voicemails left on the Question Line 0208 123 5877/Skype answermethis. And if you work for Ginger Crunch Creams, Crabbie’s Ginger Beer or Booja-Booja Ginger Wine Truffles and, after this episode, want to sponsor us, we’ll happily change the name of the show to ‘Ginger Me This’ in return for half a ton of those delicious gingery products every week.

Yours gingerly,

Helen & Olly

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3 Responses to “EPISODE 165 – a drugs whoopie pie”

  1. Lola Says:

    In case you’re interested, I’m a current BARB reporter, and here is a picture of the remote we have to use:

    As you can see, there are only two registered viewers in our household, but if we ever watch TV with guests we have to enter everyone who is watching, and then it picks up what we are watching from the TV and zaps it back to BARB overnight. There’s even a button to press for the situation where the TV is on but nobody is watching.

    We don’t change our viewing behaviour one little bit because of the monitoring, because we’re not interested in ‘rewarding’ good programmes. Given that we watch very little TV, I’d rather they knew that not everybody likes the shit that’s on the schedule. It makes no sense to tweak our behaviour, because it’s more work and we don’t get any benefit.

    We do earn points for our participation (NOT linked to how much/little TV we watch), and what do points mean? Yes, Prizes! I’ve earned enough to buy myself an ipod, and I think we might need to spend some on buying a dishwasher soon.

  2. Finlay Says:

    is it wrong that I’m more willing to give my dad a hug and/or kiss than I am to give my mum one?

    … yeah, i know, probably. I think it’s because my mum’s always fussing and after several years away from home this is disconcerting for me… also i only see my dad once a week or so.

  3. Robin Says:

    Oh! Nielson boxes!

    About 5 years ago I was part of a year-long trial into portable TV / Radio audience figure monitoring. I had to wear a little black box for my entire waking day, and it would pick up and record ANY radio / TV transmission I was subject to – so anything in shops, friends’ houses, wherever. It’d be docked in its charger at night, and would send the data via my phoneline to TPS. (I think I still have the little box somewhere, as well as a very high quality mug from them)

    I used to occasionally choose to watch stuff I thought worthy of an audience even if I wouldn’t necessarily have watched it otherwise, or if I was going to be out when something I wanted to watch was on I’d leave the TV on and tie it to the dog’s collar. I suspect anything like this suffers the issue of people’s behaviour changing as soon as they know they’re being observed.

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