Title: Frank Bruno’s Chauffeur
Original Record Date: Unknown
Soundcloud Publication Date: January 9, 2019
Youtube Publication Date: January 9, 2019
Please Welcome a Man
Who is still drunk on last week’s one beer.
I was talking to Eddie “the Eagle” Edwards the other day. We went skiing together.
Guest Best Known
LP: As the woman who bought the fridge in Being Sold.
JR: For doing question verification on one episode of It’s Not What You Know.
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Member Member Note David Frew remembers Eddie the Eagle but did not see the biographical movie Refuge employees in attendance RH raises money for this charity on International Women’s Day
What is the most mundane encounter you have had with a celebrity?
LP: Um, probably – well, Frank Bruno thought I was his taxi driver. That was pretty mundane. I mean, it was at Champneys health resort in Tring and I was driving, at the time, a blue Peugeot 306. And I parked up at the front and Frank Bruno hopped in the back and said, “Take me to Luton.” And I said, “No, Frank, I won’t.” He took it very well. I think if I was Frank Bruno’s driver that could be quite a good, fun – yeah, that could be a fun thing.
JR: Yes, I made Derek Acorah a cup of tea. When I was working on The Weakest Link. I had to muck in with the celebrity specials and I made him a cup of tea in a polystyrene cup. What happened to him? Where is he? Still going?
How many tennis balls would fit inside a Boeing 737, to the nearest three?
LP: Oh, that’s you *referring to JR*. My kids are doing, like, estimating things at the moment. I sort of go, well there’s – in a seat – How many seats do you reckon there are in a Boeing 7 – whatever it was? *JR doesn’t know.* Like, you could fit… *Audience members point out that there are variations.* Yeah, that’s really true. If it was a military-commissioned one, then they’d turn all the seats upside-down or something, yeah.
JR: I’m the worst at maths in, in probably… At least one.
If I asked you to get a moon rock for me right now, where would you go and how would you get it?
LP: God, it’s like The Apprentice.
Guests are Jenny Ryan and Lucy Porter.
This is LP’s second appearance.
RH reveals that once while having sex Julia Sawalha called RH “Dexter”.
RH, JR, and LP all sing the first verse of the theme tune to Going for Gold.
LP and JR asked RH quiz questions about themselves.
RH asks a number of other emergency questions intended for interviews, but does not actually request that the guests respond to any of them.
LP imagines her own game show called Cakey Cakey Dance-Off.