Title: I Don’t Want To Go Back To Clown School
acast Time: 1:14:52
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acast Publication Date: August 4, 2021
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Please Welcome a Man
Who’s still sweaty from last week and you know what that means.
Richard Herring’s Lungfish Tuna Salmon Podcast
I was hanging around with the Muppet Babies the other day. And how come they were all at school together at the same age? You didn’t get the impression that they were all in nursery school together. Do you remember The Muppet Babies? I think they should do a “Babies” version of every TV show. I think that would be good. Chernobyl Babies – that would be good. It’s what we need. The Muppet Babies call it…
Guest Best Known
JM: For playing on the same five-a-side team as Tim Key, but forgetting him when he met him later.
AHM: For his being a writer on one episode of Newzoids.
AP: For her appearance on The One Show.
DS: For co-hosting the cryptozoology podcast, The Cryptid Factor.
NSTAAF: Together, they are best known for appearing on the hit TV show No Such Thing As the News.
Better or Worse than Last Week: Worse
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Member Member Note
What TV show would you like to see a “Babies” version of (like The Muppet Babies)?
Recorded at the Clapham Grand in South London. Due to COVID-19/coronavirus the audience was socially-distanced.
Guests are James Harkin, Andrew Hunter Murray, Anna Ptaszynski, and Dan Schreiber.
This is NSTAAF’s second appearance.
This is DS’s third appearance.
RH notes that PH recently crafted the greatest joke “the Herring family has ever come up with,” about a dragon puppet.
Starting at time mark 37:03, NSTAAF members share testicle-related facts.
At time mark 48:20, JH related a fact that made him think of RH, about 13th-century Chinese townspeople being employed to clear away stones from the fields around the towns, so as to avoid giving the Mongols catapult fodder.
RH receives a round of applause after describing his experience with cancer.
RH mentions that he would like to have Margaret Atwood on the podcast.