#621 – Fast Food, Sandwiches And Lists With Lehmo/
- February 27, 2020
Lehmo – Comedian, Radio Host & TV Presenter
Lehmo is one of Australia’s most experienced and well-known comedians, radio and tv presenters. Lehmo has worked alongside some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry after over a decade in radio, and being a regular on hit TV shows Have You Been Paying Attention, Hughesy, We Have a Problem, The Project and Before The Game. He also stars in Logie Award-winning ABC comedy series Utopia.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– Mr. 97 meeting Lehmo for the first time
– Nandos and fast food
– Being a list guy
– Trump and his presidency
– Sad foods
– Lehmo’s trip to the doctors
– Making money as a comedian
– The Adelaide Fringe Festival
– Sharing food at the cinemas
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Talk Show Episode 621. And we got lay mo in the building. Welcome to the show.
Hey guys, before we go anywhere, I want you to list the 620 guests they prioritise. They had to make
whipping emailing for a while, but I believe
our old office was in AZ straits, your agent is over there. So we bumped into you. And we're having a chat one morning. And young man, Mr. 97 was there.
It was early. It was early days. Like I don't know if 97 would have been. He hadn't hit puberty
at that point. Now he was young man sort of first job. This is his first job. But he What happened? So
yeah, so we're having a conversation. And we're talking about the podcast and all that sort of thing. And you were ordering a sandwich and which is grind. Yeah. rings true so far. And so we have Greg conversation 97 was there we were talking to and then as you walked off 97 said, that guy reminds me so much of Lima
it's nice to me a solid crosstie a version
that guy had a share and a shy
feel about that safe. Oh yeah a bit embarrassed. Now, say sorry. How close like on the on the panel for the project? How close are you in terms of proximity to the other people next to you? Is it like this like when you're on it?
It's not quite this
I like to be within hands, right?
How's the temperature of the rooms in this room specifically? That's fine. Okay, yeah, not too hot. Wedding No, no, I just I like to make sure we have a Colburn, but actually Talking temperature in the room. Are you a Nando's guy? Do you ain't much Nando's.
But before we get to Nando's called broom is good for comedy, just not really.
Yes, that's cape. Sure.
David Letterman famously had a very cold studio. And guess what told to never mention it while they were being interviewed real otherwise everyone would bring it up and it would get boring what's
the number thing you know you brought up the the episode number every single comedian that we've had on the show? Yes. leads with the number gag.
Yeah, that's because we're all equally insecure.
Equally height when I bring it up.
We all want to be loved and we can't work out why others are loved more than us. You know, it's a classic like a comedian will perform 2000 people in a room 999 will lose their shit. And the one person who's not laughing is the person You'll try and hunt down after the gig at the other person you'll think about when you go to bed that not not the 999 who had the greatest
is that so you personally, you hadn't yourself as a comedian?
Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. You hardly ever think about the stuff that doesn't work. Yeah. And it's it rarely is a show ever 100% there's always something in the end with someone okay great shiny go Yeah, but a bloody stuff that Joker. Say I didn't notice. Yes, I
Yeah. Back on the checking the temperature of the room. Yes. Nando's. Did you eat much? Nando No.
Okay, I'm not I'm not mad. I'm not much of a fast food kind of guy.
Fuck Nando's is fast food to you. That's
Would you take someone for a date to Nando's so
definitely I protect my girlfriend, right? Like if we're doing something not it's just like don't do something nice or you get an end to Nando's, which is a lot better than Uber racing. Huxtable. A
lot Do you?
Do you have a favourite Nando's?
On? That's a really good question. Yeah.
So I like
I'm imagining that you've got a book at home where you've reviewed each of the individual
nandos around our office Smith street is great because it's got they've got a table number one, which is this really they sort of get to see outside and to the straight but it's like a bench that's curved so you can sit close, it's a perfect night See? It's a bit of noxious though because it's designed for probably five people to sit there. Whereas my girlfriend brain I sit there on our
main 711 my son went to a Nando so I mix up the nickname 711 went on a date and end us what was the experience like because I mean, we Josh and I've been with our patterns for quite some time it's just
you were my yes
yeah, you're such a nice dude knows takeaway. You got takeaway takeaway on a date?
Yeah. What so it? No, we we we will getting something for dinner and so we're going to go to the like the driving sentiments so we got to take away Nanos and then took it
you took it to the driving Yeah, that is old school ways the driving it still existed. I have no idea
I mean, it's relatively close
this one down off the Sydney
drive you rode your bike. You got your dad Yeah. Why do impression
my licence Can you draw?
Did you get blonde in
drinking? Yeah, no, I don't drink
Did you get bought as a drinking? game?
To date night?
Ah, Can I just tell naughty say something that's gonna blow his mind. Back in the day. Yeah. drivings used to be every way and now as popular as indoor cinemas right back in the day back in my youth. You used to go to the driving You'd wind your window down. You heard me whine like that. You wind it. I did want to Dan about that far. And then you would get a speaker that was hanging on a pole. you'd pull it inside your car was a touch bar cord, and you'd hang it inside your window. And that speaker would be the speakers you
have to would you wouldn't be surprised. You could get one
provided there wasn't a cafe that needed that.
You just have one on you open windows up was cold outside
tonight. privilege Nando's in these chocolate is coming through the speakers. Guys first day.
Modern day today is shooting because I've never been I want to go.
Yeah, that's cool. Welcome to future but
where would you where would you go for a day
to think where so I've been with my wife for 10 years now so you don't die.
We went out to dinner in China 10 that was that last night together like a dice willing to do the movies or a restaurant somewhere? Yeah, probably not Nando's.
What about date nights barefoot investors get his bookies. You know, so many people around Australia doing date nights, did you? Oh, you're an ex accountant. Yes. This is an ex Creme of
an ex accountant. Are you always an account is like a presidency?
I am definitely not an accountant.
I'm looking at books.
I am no good to you right now. I have an accountant. Okay, sure. Since I'm so hopeless, you happy with your accountant? He's great. Yes. He's very good to boarding school with him. Yeah. And so him and his brother. I went to boarding school, both of them and now to my best mates of boarding school. We studied accounting together and then stayed really good mates. Oh, that's good. So I feel like I can trust them. Does he
get entertainment you get all the bits simple you like I feel like this ship that you can climb
and now he's a cross qualified.
gonna copy the income tax assessment act
works works its way through people who've been accountants or in the finance game have a certain mind. Like I've got a friend who creates content and he's an ex fight finance guy. But he goes about it in this sort of various it's like a
profit and loss kinda. Yeah, yeah.
tend to be a bit more clinical
you like that with the comedy?
I am right, that was my Maroon list guy. I need lists. I'm always writing lists. And if I don't have a list, I get anxious. So every gig I've ever done I've handwritten my setlist down. When I'm on holidays and this insurance my wife, I need at the start of the day a list of things that are happening that day, or I just feel anxious through like even if the list even if all it says is breakfast, lie on beach, go to bed. That's I got a that's it. I know that after breakfast The only thing I have to worry about is lying on the beach until dinnertime. But if there's no list I'll be lying on the beach in the morning going what's happening next?
So do you write the list or does she write
tend to write the list because she's
so you would say, okay, what's on today?
Yeah, so excited. What are we doing today? Show side well I want to do I've been say, Okay, great. We can fit that in here. Now you happy with
that you write her list and your list or is it a combined jointless winner I remember
in holidays here. But I have to sell consult with her on make the list. And then we and then we follow the list.
You've got kids, you've got one kid a story. Okay. Yes, it was his birthday. Hey,
June 26. And I started July 26.
So um, what about kids like that throws a spanner into the works for you. is lying on beach. Yeah, bullshit.
Yeah. I do become the focus of the holiday. When we went to Fiji recently so kids club was very handy or you got stuck in the we're in a sideline.
Yeah. So the photos you boarding up the they were boarding up the
go in the list
side like kind of killed the list that was saying get up have breakfast sit in room for nine hours have dinner
Doomsday prep list you someone that you were Doomsday kind of guy like do you think that you were talking about Trump before I feel unlovable who like talking about Trump potentially has a have a doomsday look
at sick part of me is excited about Trump's downside. I don't know I feel you know, you always want me anyway, I always want adventure and something crazy happening even if it's not the best
scenario I love about North Korea. So what I'm going to do
what's gonna happen next, you know when you watch a cow rice Yeah, what do you want? The car accident? Yeah.
But you know what? You can't say that.
I don't want to risk I don't want a driver to risk his life. But I want to say an accident. Yeah, guys say something. in that middle, I want to say what Trump's potential is. Because he'll win this next election, then we'll be president for four more years. And he's gonna do some batshit crazy stuff he's gonna do he's gonna be all for the China, it's going to be mental what he's going to be doing, he'll he will instal one son as the head of all the intelligence agencies, he'll instal his other son as the head of the military. He his daughter will be the Secretary of State. And he'll they, you know, there's the young the little one here
fell asleep standing up.
The youngest ever gets Dave, a vice president.
Just a family. I have a family business. Trump has been forever. He'll brought Trump on the White House. It'll be the Trump house, not the White House. Yeah. And it's just gonna be mad shit, and he'll level government buildings and putting more golf courses. It's just I thought back I can't wait
I feel like you've been into the politics, the US politics. In terms of when he started what everyone thought he was going to do. Yes is now Yeah.
What is this sort of? worse? It's much worse, people thought it would be vagin competence. Not at all worried that it would be bagging confidence, where it's just being planned treachery, I would say. So he's anyone who disagrees with me sex. Whereas Abraham Lincoln famously employed people from both sides of politics, who he employed them because they would disagree with him. And he felt that would help him make the best decisions.
There's something very powerful about quoting or mentioning Abraham.
Like, is that a because I sort of make an effort where I'm like, I got a book on Alexander. Hamilton is a big fucking book. I'm never gonna have time to read. But there is that sense. Have you actively tried to learn things about him or how Where did that come from? That's the
only thing I Know that
that's good. But that is quite a famous
about I bring him like and so you don't have to be a student of him to show to know that you would. And because Barack Obama tried to replicate that when he was first elected president, whereby Trump's the opposite. He wants everyone who agrees with him and if you disagree, then you getting sacked and even in recent times, if you disagree, and you've got a family member in the White House and I'm not only in a sec you I'm gonna second brother. Yeah, nice just getting at everyone who disagrees. And then once you started by Pamela grey, Loftus summit sweida.
So how did he get away with how did he get through the impeachment without being convicted or whatever they you?
Well, yeah, he
was he was in Jordan Page. That's right. He wasn't.
So it's kind of like impeached, he's being arrested. And then the trial is the trial like you would have a child in front of a judge but instead of a judge, it's the Senate. So he got impeached by the house. The Senate is majority republican that we're never gonna. It's never it's only three times before President spending paste, Andrew Johnson, and that was stopped by the Senate Bill Clinton was stopped by the Senate and this he was stopped by the Senate and Richard Nixon would have been convicted by the Senate. As soon as he realised that he just quit. Yeah, sorry. Instead of being dragged kicking and screaming, he went out on
the raid a lot of news.
Thought Yeah, I guess.
What do you read? What's your phone app? So what?
I'm on this thing called Flipboard. At the moment, yeah,
flip fuck. I haven't heard anyone mentioned Flipboard that was a big thing when the iPad first came out. Yeah, right. But still a thing. It's
all been you mentioned
that mentions the driving cinema, the old
an old school Pinterest that like it's just like, it's like, create your own magazine of Yes. Right. Yeah.
So you just click On your favourite topics, your favourite websites or whatever and then it just complicates news or compilers news relevant for you. That's good. And then it works out what you click on board and everything else
the Echo, it's a classic Echo Echo.
It tells me exactly what I want to hear
the Abraham Lincoln approach sort of like some shit, you know?
But I love reading mental Trump's stuff, which is often on fox news and Fox News. I fucking can't stand it but I watch all the time.
I'm like bombshell, have you watched that film? I haven't fucking great,
but I watched the TV series was at a TV theatre night there with them. It's the same store. Yeah, but it was on Stan. Oh, that's good. It doesn't hold the loudest voice
the last voice. That's why we got in here. That was
Russell Crowe but what I've heard it's very hard to watch bombshell who plays roger ailes.
I don't know any actors
to watch him if You've seen Russell Crowe play the same care
because Russell Crowe was that one we put on heaps of white and yeah, so is that the TV series? What TVC is great
yeah it's really good
well the guy who is in mourning what's up what was the morning was morning was the executive producer that was in morning wars is in this bombshell that yourselves confused especially when they similar topics when you have different characters playing different shoes,
okay see being typecast is that
because he was playing a different he wasn't anything if he played the role of a morning show. Executive Producer I'll respect that but he was playing the the partner. Okay.
Eddie makes sense of what what is real I guess what's the truth cuz you listen to the ABC. I think they created a podcast around Trump and the impeachment or the look into Russia,
Russia, Russia feeling Yeah,
I loved it, which is great. I mean, you convinced that He's just the biggest monster on earth and he's actually going to get caught and go to jail. It seems like the way they lay it out but then nothing happens. Does it make sense of what is real what's not? yeah really gonna happen. I used to listen to a lot of
msnbc. So Rachel Maddow, I would listen to a lot, the podcast, and Anderson Cooper from CNN. But then if you listen to every day, you would think over the last four years, you got all will Trump's presidency is about to end any day now listening to that podcast. Yeah. But then you realise that it's really skewed.
It's like Michael Moore, Michael Moore. I'm like that, but he's like, he leans into the hyperbolic nature, which is just like, Trump is Trump is done. This is definitely gonna be the end of Trump. And
then it doesn't happen. It's like painful, you know, climate
where people sell or they don't buy a house on the coast. I remember 15 years ago. What's his name? Flannery. It was the Australian of the Year saying don't buy a house on the coast, because it'll be flooded in 2020. I mean, you get here and you think well, what is it true
fine. I bought a house in the coast. I'd love if I could afford it.
I wonder if
the real estate prices gone down. If it's on a cliff Do we know that
blues or Sydney or even our park, they've been saying that about avataq reward is going to come in because it's on swamp land. So it's like always say live something like that.
So I feel like you've got her Who do you believe? I don't know. And then and then the media is so you know, can you believe a word Murdoch says?
Press I didn't even know about like, I'm pretty dumb. I knew nothing about like, from a news perspective. I didn't know that there was like left leaning and right. Like it's only in the last like three years. Yeah. It's crazy.
And the IBC is actually very balanced. I know I work there from time to time. But it really it really is. They provide they've got so many links to provide both points of view.
Do you think that most people would say that that is when it's balanced to most people say that it's actually left leaning? Is that what ends up happening? Yes,
yeah, yeah. Yeah cuz the paper on the right are a lot of the time kind of crazy
yeah cuz I was thinking the other day around like the this the Super Bowl so you got the super like the far right and then you got the far left
yes there's crazy as a child
well yeah cuz that's what I didn't realise but like you start saying the like at the south like oh you know we've got to be open minded not so I think and then but then you see what can happen where people are just like like no like getting like anger I guess on both sides where it's like no we just need to be angry right now is potentially
yeah yeah that's they'll Google they'll search keywords on Twitter and find places to be angry yeah it's like you know on right on commercial radio Have you mentioned Jesus the switchboard will light up straight away regardless of the context really we can just on its on soul I just died Jesus and then people start firing and we
had people call in I used to work in shipping and running Yeah, they told us we're gonna pull back on saying Jesus ran it was obviously I was doing a passage each morning when we
were just Jesus. Oh, wow. So you couldn't say
grace before breakfast?
So I went to the Judaism Bible at night that was okay. Todd was not very good. That's it sounds good. Winter is ready. Bam. It's, it's,
he's a fun exercise for you. Where is it fun or not fun for me get a right wing columnist. Okay. And every time they use the word left in the column, replace it with right because I often write about themselves without realising it. So what you get is let's say it's an Andrew bolt, for example. He'll say, the insane left only care about themselves and their crazy agenda. They're screaming into an echo chamber, not realising that. I represent the views of all Australians. And it's just that's exactly yeah, ways. Yeah. But that's what he writes about the left.
Have you thought from a standpoint of being a comedian? Talking about politics? What have you learned because I guess there's probably a bunch of people that say fucking lame I, you lost me and you fucking losing me.
Don't talk about politics on stage or on radio. Just Just
even come out what is because I think in breakfast radio people don't want to hear about politics driving to work in the morning. Yeah, I don't think they just want to laugh and have fun and turn their mind off of ship. And they don't want to be told what to think by some backward like me. And on stage on don't feel as though I'm smart enough to be able to really deliver unshot political places. I'd rather just talk about my wife and my dog and my son.
Getting old is a
fast food or a delicate train.
You a healthy guy, do you think? No, really? No, you have something? Like, I feel like people don't say fast food fast food sounds like something you heard in the 90s.
But say, because I'm getting old and it's harder to lose weight. I just can't afford to be eating that type of food. It makes me Gee, have you ever measured how quickly food makes you sad? And I'm talking about when you ate something. Okay. How quickly does that autumn of food make you sad? Now for me the fastest path to sadness isn't done up. Yeah, I wanted to be finished and Dinah and it'll already have made me sad about the fact that I'm eating it. Yeah, actually.
Like my Uber rates person being like, I'm already sad about like before it arrived. I'm like, what it's gonna be it's gonna be
there you go. So if I'm eating Nando's or Mac, or whatever, hungry jacks, and I'm smashing one of those burgers, I'll love it initially. Probably love it until I finish it. And then uh but always sad within two or three minutes and
he happy foods that you have that make you happy
now Yes, steak. Oh yeah, steak makes me happy. That puts a big smile on my face. And I stay happy afterwards.
What a salad.
Yeah, I like a salad. salad or make me happy steak and salad. I'm very steak and three vege really, that reminds that takes me back to my childhood. So that puts me not only to nutritious good place, but as you know, an emotional state.
If you had at that point, it's the one that
went to the doctor recently, because of my 50. Now, I went to the doctor recently and he said
it's when you start Going to the doctor.
How many standard drinks Do you have awake? And I said, How many standard drinks in a bottle one. He said, I said book 56. And I said, That's too many. You can't have two drinks a week. That's it. What's the limit? He said? I said 10 he said, Yes. 10 anyone went home and told my wife and she corrected at me. And she said he met the light when you
I didn't include any BS.
Sorry, I need to cut back on drinking. So that's unhealthy. Yeah. And when I said last night, for example, I went out for friend's birthday dinner at the pub. So the wife and my son and I had kangaroo and three red wine with some veggies so that food might me happy Yeah, had some red mon all good got home and I had a cap on I went I'm not gonna get rid of the spotlight and we live cyclize tobot lie like 30 metres Really? Which is I'm actually above
Dan Murphy. Like I'm close. Yeah, but I still fuck the timing of when it's open anyway that's that would be here that would be the end of
it. Yeah, but anyway I'm 30 minutes so I go and get a bottle of Plano come home what's their price by the way that's how I that's how I shop for wine because I don't have like 28 bucks I normally go between 20 and 30 and that's where I feel like I'm getting decent paying out without breaking the Yeah, so I get a bottle and I tend to go I'll either go Yarra Valley, or toast on Australia or Victoria for my wants anyway. And then I had a big packet of fruit shocks, which is a South Australian bit of confectionery that I love. I've just been in Adelaide and then I sat down in front of the TV my wife went to bed my son went to bed, and I drink red wine and I chocolate until I felt sick.
I got sad when I started when I realised how much chocolate I
need to get a bed. It was a bit sad when I woke up this morning, I felt bloated
was that last night. That was last night.
So I was watching. I watched the circus, which is that show on Stan about that follows the US.
This follows us politics, and I release a different episode each week.
At what point are you working? You know, like At what point are you sitting in time? Setting aside time to write or to or is that part of it? Was it on the list was all this on your list?
I didn't really have a list yesterday. That was
one of my prompts you have to put when you're going to be sad on the label
occurs naturally. Just wait for that to happen. I had a mole removed yesterday. Which is why I've got this man you can have anytime, anything there. So that was part of my day is no,
did they tell you you had to get it done Michael is it
actually upsold me. So I went to same for marchek and I had a full body marchek and he said you are good. And he pointed this and he has ever thought of getting that removed. And I said to be honest, I have thought about it a few times. And he said the dog day these actual line was he said, Well, it's not paying any rent.
Now return on your investment. So you always get rid of a bad tenant. I just said and he said it's really easy to take a
20 minutes he talked about price because I went to a doctor with my ingrown toenail. And I felt sorry fact it by the way, but that's another story. But he was like, okay, 550 bucks, it's gonna cost something that's an iPad, whatever. And then he said, but it's going to happen to the other side. So if you do the other side, I can do that for half the price. Now sort of I don't like this. I D that to me that's meant to be a medical professional but I won't get yeah so was it was there a bit about like was there a conversation on price and he said it needs to store this could be here the credit line
Swipe up to Lima surgery.
I was taking photos through the process because I was going to do a story and I forgot the punch line that because last night I went to my birthday at the pub. And I wanted to take a photo of everyone there and so it was the most farewell party
thinking about getting that bottle of pain I
was thinking about getting sad. So I
would say yeah, hey up sold me to get it removed but the price I discussed with the receptionist, okay.
After know before,
after he said, he said if you want to do it, a mic this type of appointment with the receptionist. I can't show you up the price. Talk to you. Okay. I said, Sure. I didn't happen all straightaway. So you went to the reception. I went to my department for two weeks time. Two weeks time was yesterday. What do you pay? I think it was like 400 bucks or something. It's an iPad.
Yeah, you could definitely get at least be able to play your flip book. Original
Flipboard Have you noticed that all people take photos with iPads?
Oh no. I grabbed the phone on the weekend at a 40th I said back in my mom's phones here and those all in large text. Yeah, yeah, you get basically Hi there and that's it. That's why
I'm Neely and that's the way glasses
I do have writing writing glasses over there. You take them with with Ruby roof. So reading glasses and quickies the two additions
is it quickies for heartburn heart
and so I mean, that could make you sad as well. Is the connected to the hot boom which is connected to the sad sad this has become a real this is podcasting. This is what know what Yeah, by the end of it you sort of opening up until
you said yeah, they're all connected.
And so would you take in? Is it called a quickies? Please do you take the quickies before you get the heartburn or when it started?
I went at once it started. So once you feel I don't know if that's the right way to do it,
and what food is it acidic? Like a pain? I would do it.
I feel like I feel like it's just having too much. Too much of anything. Do you take one last night? No, no, I didn't have any heartburn last night. That's good. I just
said this without the burn.
Last No. I haven't years ago I had stomach offices. Which I guess where my medical history You know, I had a stomach I was inside. I was
out say the story. So my
run this is before I knew I had stomach ulcers was jet black. Right. So I did a Sunday project one night and Andrew Rochford, who was the resident doctor on the project, we do finish the Sunday episode. I say him afterwards and he goes, Hey, guy, might You're right, you look a bit pile. And I said, actually, Doc, I've been feeling shit. As I said, Really lightheaded every time I stood up, I felt like I was gonna fight him. And then if there's something going on for about a month is really long and energy, sad. And I said, my poem is jet black, and he stopped straightaway in his tracks. And he said, I would send you to emergency right now. If you're my patient. Well, he said, given
I'm a TV doctor.
I don't have any idea.
said you should go to my You see now he said if you have to wait to the morning then right to the morning button you need to go to a doctor ASAP so I had these answers and I was bleeding internally which is why he was black and I was feeling fight because my blood count was really low because I was bleeding so much anyway I didn't know any of this nearly needed a blood transfusion but didn't quite have that I went in but this is because getting bad indigestion and then I had this operation and they gave me this medication I didn't get indigestion five years after that that's why this miracle cure and also that's fucking awesome anyway extended to come back again. So I'm checking the colour mode so yeah, what
do you think what do we at this colour? British matching.
Well, I think licorice would probably make your shit but like there's a few other things that it could have thing and also licorice apparently raises your blood pressure. runs it which is a fun fact. You and licorice go We'll all live Scotty Wait, I'll live
from Tonga towels. I don't mind a pickle.
Yeah, would you have a jar of gherkins at home?
Uh, possibly or Joe, but I wouldn't have them by themselves. Sure it's shaky so what do you pick on the sandwich?
I will your sandwich guys.
came pretty fast that sandwich
is that faster?
Well, I've gotten into subway, which I know is like, by the way the pit sandwich potentially
but they they have sandwich artists.
Yeah, but they don't care. That's the one thing like and the other thing too is it may be that
she don't care but the thing is that like normally if I think that they probably I don't think any sandwich artists cares like if subway not subway. They all don't care but the thing was subway is there in front of you when they're making it right. When your sandwich getting made. They can sort of be out back Crying making a sandwich and you don't say But you say like the lady the other day overcooked my eggs So what happened? Was I risky I don't normally do meet at Subway just never do because I've got the drawn on lines already from the
FC food at Subway.
Yeah they do the tuna using an ice cream scoop don't use an ice cream scoop for anything outside of
ice cream or don't get a subway.
But I've worked out the ingredients that are okay at Subway but the yeah the egg the other day. I had one sandwich artist and then it changed sandwich artist halfway through right which can sometimes happen let's say you've got one sandwich made by two artists. It's worth more of course, but no so the the first sandwich artist put the eggs on for like two minutes because they basically they're made and they just put it on for 30 seconds and give it a zap efficiency faster. You know how did but they ended this Second Person that took over didn't realise that the exit already been cooked. And so they did it for another 30 seconds. I was sort of like at the time I might do I mentioned everything I might you know what, it's gonna get rid of bacteria. So I'm happy for it. I
bet your sandwich should be funny.
I didn't say anything, but then the lady grabs the eggs with her gloves. And because the, the eggs are so hot because they're, they double the temperature than what they meant it Yeah. And the gloves sort of because it's a very thin plastic almost like a plastic that you'd get in like a Mr. donuts, you know, like they're sticking to her hands. And I was just like, and part of me. In that moment. I was like, wanting to say, Hey, I'm right here like, you know, you don't have to sort of create a fuss in front of the customers as well as like she has her hand. So do you pay at the start or at the end at the end? I see you could have walked away. I could have walked away but I wanted you see the development of the sandwich or the whole thing I'll see because
I've noticed since it was these big
boys definitely fast but if you get an egg on your subway Yeah, it was a breakfast one. Yeah,
right and so where would you send Nando's? Is your picks out of the
Yes man. Oh yeah, definitely because you can actually teach it and I want to actually do a bit of an experiment walk where I do Nando's for 30 days,
nothing that Nanda.
Yeah, because they they work their client and so we do some video stuff with them. And so we
because we're just a podcast I didn't give us any money but I'm hoping that we can like package this up. Look, we had like comedian lemo talking about Nando can Josh get mandos for 30 days Erica Lane is fuck if I just had like the tenderloins. Yeah. And now there's not be defamatory to the
problem is that have you seen the McDonald's movie?
Yes. Yes. supersize. Yeah.
Morgan Spurlock Morgan Spurlock that doesn't reflect well on McDonald.
Oh, they did. Yeah. Because he's eating McDonald and
he also every time they
can get fruit at Nando's
fruit I guess we've said fruits and
fruit isn't your problem. That's true series. Talking to
either nice might say I'm old. I don't know how to turn Syria. That's a new phone. That happened to me on radio.
Fine. Just have it muted.
I did have it. He's muted. That's
still tied on it.
believe it's muted. Can you wait, Can I have a look? Yeah, definitely not serious.
series still talks. I definitely had music on radio.
And this is just the podcast where you talk about being sad.
The worst is so if I'm listening back to this podcast Hey Siri, iPhone. But it's through my, it's through cosplay. And then what it does is whenever it's interrupted, it jumps back 10 seconds. And so it's this forever loop of Siri. And then it jumps back.
Yeah, yeah. I have to worry about that shit with Flipboard
reveal something about myself here. I'll say it again. I didn't get that. Could you try again?
Your closest Nando
saying the cop I think you were talking about Yeah.
So I'll go to football.
Face ID by the way.
Yeah, however, again, sign I'm getting out and I just got this phone for the first week. I'm looking at my phone. I've got Company lock. It just keeps on locking. I don't know what the problem is.
So if we go to flipbooks this reveals what I look at most Yeah, right.
Flipboard review. It's a funny it's a Flipboard reveal so uptight. Elderly Trump voters suggest making him president for life.
Off the website, Raw Story there.
So the interesting thing about Flipboard because these curation, Google's gotten in a bit of trouble with this because they essentially they're curating news. It How are the news companies actually surviving? Because are they presenting? Are they then sending you to New York Times or wherever else?
Yes, they are. Okay, so that story,
I made a pay what do you pay a New York Times subscription and you know, if I got
a New York Times And I have to put in your username put in a username I just forget about and go back to another story. Yeah, because I can't be bothered paying now i don't know i pay too many people too much what subscriptions do you have? I love it. Let's just stand Netflix. A news.com foxtel
can you pay for news.com don't you? He's worked at
a herald suns. I heard his son Yeah. And that also gives you super coach and I get papers delivered with that as well Really?
What else what other purchases? What do you spend the money on? of the nappies and painter Yeah, I
paid I paid my biggest expenditure. Not much. I mean, just stuff for the kid. Really? Yeah, that's a barely I spend very little money. I have a lot of T shirts. You like cars do that's my biggest expenditure now like Old Crow Medicine Show? Was that band America. It's an American band,
but you don't want cons about this Holden. I don't really care about holes and things like
to lose an Australian icon. I think
that could have been anything. You could be talking about backing singer like an icon like
like it well I was gonna mention a singer's name but I'm I don't want to like imply that someone's dead that's not
you say you st john phantoms dead
that's why when you go to many concerts music guy
not really to be honest. I go to I probably get one or two. Yeah, I reckon and that'd be I used to go a lot
years right yeah, I mean when I was when I was young, but also radio stations like I have because I used to work in digital content at Fox back in 2012. And I used to get free tickets to everything. Yeah, but now I've got a writ like it's painful to then buy tickets for shit when you used to.
Yeah, it was annoying and I hate Paying for tickets so I recently I bought my wife tickets to go and see RuPaul drag race. Oh yeah, at the Pele she loves repose draggers. That was great. We're going to say any DeFranco for my wife's birthday. That's in April. And we saw elton john, and that's a lot of things last year. So yeah, I get on see Mick Thomas at least once a year from the band weddings, parties anything. Grandpa Brock, Ozzy, dude,
yeah. When you when you mean you move from accounting or you leave that, which is a clear path to making money into comedy. Yes. What's it like when you first actually stopped making money? as a comedian? Is it this is fucking actually working
in real life? It's such a real life.
Do you remember your first bit of cash you may
not really like the first time I got paid for a gig. I can't really remember it. But I remember my first job that paid me properly. Just being relieved because I was in heaps of debt.
Go into debt for a moment. Yeah.
Well, I quit my job as an accountant. And I was so bad at it, that I was about 20 grand in debt when I quit the job.
What's a bad accountant? When you
saw I wasn't handling my personal finances very well. So I was in debt and I quit my job. And my first 12 months as a comedian, I was 32 years old. And I was just sleeping on friends couches, and I earned I think $12,000 that year.
And I was 20 grand in debt. So it wasn't a great year.
What was the interest rate on the debt? Remember? I can't
remember what it was. But it was one thing it was. It was two credit cards, a personal loan. Bloody big American Express Telstra. It was like a whole bunch of things that all add up.
Okay, my Telstra bill. Bye
I always feel like but I'm fucking notify you. I'm always the second time when they're like you always
trust problems ism, so you won't let him direct.
I don't like, I like to just want to fight. Yeah. So
and then this kind of went on for a couple of years. And then I got a job in breakfast radio. So I was able to sort of start to solve those money problems was
there was their plan they got the dead or did it just accumulate, you weren't thinking and you're just thinking, okay.
I had a very strange financial risk profile for someone who's actually an accountant.
As my account the guy who does my accounting now, he says he the only person I've ever known, who has no money in the bank, and looks at their credit card and considers that money in the bank.
Because I'd go, I'd say, I've got four grand available on my credit card. I'm going to go for a holiday. Yeah. Full grant
I'm gonna spend it like you just completely just going for the wall and hoping that all of a sudden there's a door that opens up
the chemicals he's hoping, you
know, but they don't seem like good people. And so it's like, thinking, it's all going to pay off at some point, you're gonna have that in your heart where it's like,
sorry, I always had that bit of positivity. It's gonna be fine. It'll work out.
So what 32 around 31st radio job radio job or a show.
So that was when I was 34. I got that gig. So hang on. You
held in there for two years hanging in there for couple years. Yeah. Just doing stand up touring around the
sort of play into the whole comedy thing like the struggling community. I
think it helped. Yeah, definitely. It's meant to provide you with good motivation to be funny and write lots of material. Lots of gigs,
it gets sad looking at
looking at other people who might been might have been around you at the time that actually didn't make it that were in the same day, they're doing the exact same thing as you. The chips didn't stack like yours.
To be honest with you, certainly all the people I was friends with at that time, all in their own different kinds of ways have gone on to do that. You know, they've taken a really interesting and fun paths and not many that I can think of
only hang around with winners.
You forgotten anyone, not many don't think there's something else
from what I can recall. I'm sure I'm sure you're calling me wrong.
I'm sure you contacted though, as someone who's been in the industry for a while that people that are in exactly the position you're in, and the chances that they won't like the chance I want crackit in a big way,
I guess it depends what you mean by make it
you know, get out of debt
that's my goal.
I just want to be happy. How many gigs are you doing awake nowadays?
Well, I've just done like frame so in the lead up to the fringe I was doing
five or six a week. Yeah,
what are you doing? andalite like you do that like so once you've done your show? Yep. Do you have like a routine?
So the list I got my list. So a
typical Do you have the same list like when it comes to like fringe? Do you like bring out that list?
fringe list? No, no, I got it. I'll be right and I'll curate it depending what's going on.
That's it. You should have a website Lemos lists.
Just outline your list for the day.
And also depending on where you are, like it could be a bit of a travel type of thing like go to this right. Can you help me put my list together you
Writing lists suggestions. Yeah. So on a typical day that like fringe I would have a list
today by the way that you can show us you
know, I just I haven't written a list down today but it is in my head again. What my list is today.
So go go with the Adelaide one and then I want to heat today's loose so
I would get up in the morning, typical day.
I'm I o'clock. I'm sorry. Yeah. Speak to my wife translate to my son.
This is in Adelaide.
Yeah, on this is on the phone.
You would like a service department or I'm in a hotel.
So talk to kill told my son. Then I would go for a walk or run in the morning. Then I get back to the room and then I would arrange to meet someone for breakfast. Now fellow Canada, Canadian, so it could be hosted on breakfast with while I was there. Lawrence Mooney Tom Gleason.
Oh, it is now. So when I was over there doing the free
assignments I didn't meet someone's out for breakfast, but Solomon Tyler is over there. And
yet templates in MIDI, so wherever, yeah, at breakfast, what do you talk about? sadness?
That's a fairly common thing.
There's a lot of sad discussions amongst Canadians. Really?
In what way like is it I'm just feeling blue is like,
not sad like that but just said in
the real things, living in it, just
no one's ever happy with what's going on. Okay, you know, so it's about complaints about crowd sizes or how shows were saved or reviews or successes of other people make you sad.
A level of awareness about it, is it is it something that other people are aware of? about
that. I don't think so. I don't think people realise how
fragile Canadians are. Yeah.
Did I love like I could imagine if I was,
I was too is I'll give you an example I've met I won't name them but I was meeting two Canadians for lunch.
It's one of the names that he
made into Canadians for lunch, not breakfast. So different listen.
Man, I sat down and I said, Oh my God, I've got the best Cal Baron story and they both went don't want to hear it. Don't want to hear it. Because they knew the story would be about ticket sales. Because Calvin's a freak when it comes to ticket sales, they knew the story about ticket sales, and they both weren't happy with their ticket sales. So the last thing they wanted to hear was a really exciting story about massive ticket sales by another community. So they were not that one here is
the community that comes to mind that is the opposite. They a lot they love everybody there you know, they share the successes of everybody.
No, no, no. So it would be breakfast with a comedian. Back to the hotel. I might have a little snooze.
Did they have his breakfast included in your room?
a mic. I can have a little server room. Often a movie in the afternoon to make comedians awesome different comedians
while you go to the cinema
the cinema together. Yes, really. So I saw a 1970 a parasite and Jojo rabbit in Adelaide.
And so like that's interesting going to the movies. What
stimulus? Is it?
A do you end up just talking about the movie three wholesale
you just just away from the three?
For me, yeah, I'm away from my kid and a wife from sort of polym commitments. I don't never go to the cinema. So something like that. And that would be the same set. I went to a Jojo rabbit with Lawrence Mooney. I went and saw how Recite with Tom Gleason Justin Hamilton Naina am and haythe Franklin. And then I went and saw 1970 by myself.
And so I guess it's a good thing like it because you get to conserve or preserve, preserve or conserve energy conserving, conserve, conserve, because you're not talking to everyone is that part of it? Ah,
none. No, not really. I just Yeah, for me I just never get to go the movies and it's fun to go with comedians because we all have certainly comedy may to have similar sensibilities box them.
Light weight Oh, well, I went to 1979 by myself. I was like when I was
struck tickets did you go through the
night I just bought them they felt was almost the only person in the cinema which I love. Yeah. Which is My dream is to be the only person in a cinema I try and choose movies,
TV at home.
I like get out of the house. It's like a right adventure. It's all cheese films that have been out for ages. And I'll try and choose an obscure time. So like a early morning, Wednesday, for example, or Monday have a film that's been out for eight weeks or more, there's an excellent chance you'll be the only person that
had is the cinema make money direct. And at that point,
oh, I guess this is someone just turns it on. So whatever.
Got the got the film? Yeah, just turn it on.
Trying to preserve energy for the rest, like until you show it the night? Is that when you deny that, so then you watch the movie? And then
so with the group one who gets the group ticket, sorry.
We all met each other in cinema then just lined up and bought our tickets,
and so do you. Because there's something about being an adult and then having to like if you're going at one by one do you have to say, Can we sit together?
Yeah. So I was the first in the lineup. said all of us are together and she said yeah, no worries okay? Anyway, we went in the cinemas huge cinema for parasite. They were I think 10 people there as plus another five. We were all set next to each other row five. They were three people directly in front of us and then two people set somewhere else in the cinema. But it was weird huge
jam to get the best spots like you know where the glare yeah it's our I guess you someone who eats like you would you get popcorn? Yeah,
so I wouldn't get free chocolate South Australia
so that like a it's milk chocolate around apricot square. Yeah, I can't frickin deliver up
in South Australia. Oh my god. Yeah. Is it something you had as a kid? Yeah,
yeah. Oh, I just love it. You
finish the packet last night. So I would have a whole packet of protobufs the packet.
It's like a just normal lolly sauce
like lovely. potty potty
meant to share Yes No
Did you ever like if you have with the group was there a sense of like hey guys do you want to share your fridge and
I was sitting in between the eighth Franklin and Justin Hamilton and I was eating all my fro talks to myself and pie in the meanwhile the trailer is happening good idea the trailer for the new Bond film looks amazing yeah and parliament and then have oh it's got Jeffers okay and hey lines across the heighth and says Would you like a Japanese guys i'd love one and then I felt bad that I hadn't been offering my and
and so that you were in between both of them
it's a real any spoke loudly
fucking little square thing that you weren't like you were eating were actually did you give him one at least so and
that was nearly finished. I didn't know I didn't get it.
So, so that was that was parasite. So then you won't move The afternoon
and then maybe an early dinner. depending if you've got a light dinner organised or not.
And not being a fast food guy. What do you have for dinner? Just
go to work. I'll either or order a colorizer ordered pizza to my room hotel room for an early dinner. Which I have a whole paper on your own. Yeah. Yep, pretty hazy.
Yep, I go badge. Or what are you getting?
Normally pepperoni, pepperoni and then I'll feel
the pepperoni Migrator would just get like I feel like my grandma look I've just had a bit of bread and tomato inside it so
the break that makes me said you know the paper
so and then do the show. A couple nights I went for dinner after the show. So my mom came one night and we go to a restaurant have dinner. Yeah. And then or other not to not like you'd have a lightshow so I would do my show or I'd be a guest on someone else's show. So don't you go into my guest spot then go and do a light show or maybe a couple of light shows and then then hang out few beers back to bed
you ever considering bloating when you're on stage? Is that an issue?
It's not a he's not doing fitness competitions.
Like I would if I was doing stand up I feel like I'd be like you know what I'm gonna not have the pizza I'm gonna have the Peter after all right yeah it's never consider I'll look on
20 years ago that moderator
just like a great thing about comedy. Everyone's welcome. Yeah.
If I've got looks like I'm going to be got some stage, then. does it pay to be a bit
ugly, ugly, the wrong word. But do you think it pays to be like, I don't think Tommy could ever be a comedian necessarily.
My limiting belief
is like I think that Mike Jackson you said what like hot comedians not many hot I'm a little me little okay the other Tommy.
Tommy says Banc De fountains but I
suspect but I think you
do they do they have to work extra hard to be funny
you just have to be interesting. Yeah, you gotta be interesting can be funny. Some people have a quickie look that can certainly add to this stage persona, but I don't think looking one way or another necessarily rolls you out but comedy is about largely I think about imperfections and if you're perfect then there's not gonna be much it's funny but yeah, I just can't live
long before a show. Are you getting to the venue like what's the what's the meaning I
I'd like to get there about an hour early normally, but it's just a quirk of the venue I was at. I couldn't access the green room until the show before we finished What am I doing? Well, yeah, you can only access the green room through the venue. And I didn't know through the venue while the previous show was on. So I was getting there about 15 minutes before my show started. So I'd start my hotel room to the last minute then walk to the venue
in the micromanagers. You thinking back I need a bit more time.
pretty relaxed in Adelaide, because the fridge solid ticket sales with good and Marin good.
Chappelle. Yeah. So I was pretty relaxed. Yeah. Yeah. But normally, that would make me anxious all like to Paice around before,
what do you think is the consideration around ticket sales? What when you've had really great years or bad years, what's been the contributing factor?
I does depend a lot on what else I'm doing, but our ticket sales also depend on momentum. So if people have consistently done shows every year, provided they're funny, which most of them are their ticket sales increase. year on year on year. I've done really interrupted runs. So by ticket sales haven't had that consistent growth that some others would have had.
Is there anything you can point to like radio when you were on Triple Aim or is it on? If I'm on the project,
the project was ever shifted a lot of unit. I don't think
barons on Tick Tock you know about this is he Yeah, he's huge on someone said who was at the other day?
Is Cal Baron really on ticked at him
so I don't know if him said but he's below it. Someone said. They said a comedians name and it was another bold comedian. Might you sure they're on tik tok? Am I do you mean Carl Baron? They said yes, I make albarran
I doubt the car barons on Tick Tock. I suspect someone else is putting out material. Yeah,
apparently it's doing very well on tinnies look that up as a things hips
because he's just not a social media guy and all the only which is powerful. Cows genius. The only time you'll ever see Carl Baron is on stage.
Yeah. Where's he live?
Pretty sure. Still in Sydney?
How about I'm checking.
So DVDs used to be the big thing he sold a lot of David.
Back in the day. When David a sales what the thing
in Australia? Is there the opportunity so like in the US, it's all about getting the Netflix special. Is there any conversation that
we tend not really to have those conversations? I certainly haven't with other comedians, but yeah, I guess now stand does a lot of specials.
So that's certainly an avenue for comedians in Australia. Yeah.
What about acting for you? Was it season in terms of what you want to be doing?
Well, I generally enjoy acting. I do love it. We've done four seasons of utopia now. And that was really really good fun. I loved working with the working guys. So I would like to doing more acting?
Yeah, is it? I mean, I always think about if I was to do acting it'd be I couldn't do anything more than just some heightened version of myself. For you. That's kind of my character utopia is a bit like that
is a little bit ly there. I feel like
what color's your shit?
Yeah, after dinner if it was a bit sad
Sorry, I feel like
it's me plus or minus, depending how you look at it, you know? 10 or 20% Mark character nutopia
he's a guy who's always in a good mode. Yeah, nothing. Nothing. Nothing ever fazes him or bothers him and he's motto in life is a problem passed on to someone else is a problem solve. no guilt or shame whatsoever about passing on those problems? Yeah, yeah. So on Really enjoyed your time is I'd love to I'd love to do more acting.
You know it's a competitive business though.
Your goal setter?
Yeah, I am. Yeah, not that my goals aren't as firm as they should be. I've set mostly short term goals like Mike what sort of things
so, for example, I just you know what they tend to be radio related radio geek related or TV
related to troll that shit though like at the end of the day it's you needing to have a CD or someone like you had a number one writing show
number one writing right. So I don't really wanted to send out you know, entering he wanted to send out a real ornate check. You know what I mean? Because I feel like people know, yeah, so it's about me, just talking to people and saying, Hey, you know that it's That's a Giga wouldn't mind doing or that's something I'm interested in
that triggered Mondo
your fruit packing
jobs before making high calls to calling Duncan Campbell you know someone you know they bosses you actually doing that
I'm not really but what I but I'm
I'm often pitching shows pitching ideas
to TV and radio baby What does it look like like if your pitch an idea you might make an idea but
often it'll be yeah something like that it could be as simple as that we just stopped someone in a hallway and go go on for you.
And that's what about you I had a good examples of where a very small conversation has led to something big
Let me think not that I can I mean,
skinny getting a sandwich from this podcast
Yeah, so I did the glass house he is ago, which is the show will Anderson used to do with using current grant on the ABC will chat show. I was a guest on that one night then I was in the green room afterwards. And Kevin White, who runs token management. He was sitting in the green room together and I wasn't a client of tokens at the time. He didn't really have management at the time. And he said to me, just as a side comment, he goes you into 40 City, I bloody love 40 guys. And that was the entirety of that conversation. And that led to me being a panellist on before the game for 11 years. So, so that's an example I guess, of a small conversation leading to something big.
Think about how many pubs where people are saying that definitely doesn't like
then all of a sudden, and then before the game led to all manner of other football related gigs.
Early days in people's careers you can you end up going actively putting yourself in these positions to try and get these things to happen to try and meet these people. Is there a difference when you've been doing it is the mindset not? I'm actively at trying to do this. It's just I'm amongst it. I'll always be having conversations.
Yeah, you, you, you pretty much always Yeah. Pitching ideas, talking to people about what could work for them, what could work for you? And you kind of and you only want to do projects that you really really into? I'm not you know, you won't ever find me posting a I don't know.
Fast Food club.
And I've watched that. So it's a bit of like the rounds at the moment. So Melbourne Comedy Festival. Is there Sydney one before then or what are you doing?
To I only did Adelaide So I wasn't gonna do a show this year, because I just didn't feel as though I had a show in me, but Craig Hagen, who runs the rahner room in Adelaide talked me into it, because it's a special anniversary of Adelaide comedy and he wanted me to come back. So he talked me into it. So I said, Sure, I'll pull a show together And anyway, ended up I really liked the show. So it's the show's called younger than Brad Pitt.
Do it at the other festival. I'm younger than Brad Pitt.
And I really like the show since about getting old, the show and it's been bit of fun. So I might do it at the Melbourne Fringe later the sheet and if that goes well then I'll do a full run of festivals next year. So it goes Perth fringe, Adelaide fringe, Brisbane Comedy Festival, Melbourne Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Perth Comedy Festival. So all that goes from the start of January to the end of May. What's the difference in audience between say Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne?
It's as far as audience numbers go,
no more I would try and top Baron
look for is from a festival point of view, I think the Adelaide fringe has the best vibe. Like it's just that city hands itself over to the fringe.
And you're just high on sugar from all the
really cool buzz around. Yeah, it's a really cool vibe and every way you go, you get a sense of the freenas clip
so 500 on at the same time,
yeah, its neck of the superlight 500 i really yeah. Okay, so that's all at the same time it was on last weekend for so that was four days. Yeah, so that's an interesting mix up. The polo shirt wearing, mixed in with Yeah, comedy had a couple of the fans in my show, and said they're not and I can tell that their fans because they're wearing the uniforms.
How many sports to pay for wear the uniform to watch the sport.
Covering sponsors and everything on their shirts.
The worst example or best example is cycling. So the Tour Down Under in South Australia, cyclists dressed in full lycra ride their bikes to watch cyclists dressed in full.
And they were the same like all the same sponsors
hanging over them began on the bottom
40 paperweight jumper
Yeah, to it boxing, they're not walking ahead and
you can't get into a boxing match wearing just shorts and a belt.
Swimming if you rocked up with just budgie smugglers you might not get it yet.
Cricket one day cricket, maybe Test cricket. I don't think you're gonna turn up
with basketball. Maybe you could wear
with a tear. I don't get the whole like I'm trying to actually get a deal with kayo at the moment. I want to do a sports segment on here I'm asking for is this subscription is pretty low level. What we know about deals is you need to bring value. So triple M is got a massive kayo like watermark. They're doing shit with them. It is surely For Podcast, where digital on devices, you send a message or pitch to kayo right now, I don't know if you know max price, but we had max price on who's done.
x max worked on that I worked on the footy show with Max, right.
And so like I pitched it to him Kalin Sinclair from the swans. I pitched it to him as well. But yeah, that's all I want to say. I think it's probably so low level they don't know how to deal with it. Because I okay. We made the organised legal together contract.
Your child has just paid the 10 bucks a month.
2525 Oh, wow.
It's 25 a month. Yeah,
yeah, it's not that much. If you're in
it's good. You that's another one of my subscriptions. Okay. Yeah, it is. Yeah. Well, I just feel like I could get into baseball. I thinking that like just from a they always from a quality point of view. It looks great on the TV.
Doesn't it? I'm not a massive baseball fan
appreciate the cinema so I can appreciate what
we're looking at there I'm more of a American sports or basketball or like an ice hockey oh yeah we let's build a really fun
yeah it's rough we gotta pack over there they fucking hard and you wouldn't want that come in at your face that's a soft one as well it's not even proper yeah it's one that you bought deal bought the gift shop
bushi pack sorry about that
thank you for coming on the show. It's my baby said
can you throw it in some of the sadness?
It's made me think I should talk about being sad on stage. I've never done that as material.
Being old. Yeah, fast food sad or something like that. I feel like it could be some sort of debate about how quickly
do you get sad from the food, you know different food.
I like because you know maca is back 20 years ago. But just didn't make me sad at all really? I just ate and then I basically happy for the rest of the day.
So what's it is a guilt is this culture putting on this changing great I
think because now I'm more conscious of my general health despite the fact that I'll drink a bottle of wine and a tub
Yeah sure. So you've created the story about that that you're okay with but the burger thing yeah you thinking too much about you
might do that the chocolate in the red wine do make me sad at some point. Yeah, but I think more about the book because I think you asked you knew this was going to happen.
Can we do a video with you where we take you to Nando's and we see how quickly you get
to a fast food chain we've just sold in
blood sugar levels, we could do all that sort of
get the doc involved. Rock fit hello
yeah you just quickly a soft drink guide you drink something no no not at all not even like a diet coke now.
Okay, that's a slight lie if I walk up to a gig and I'm feeling a bit tired eliminate
oh okay it's almost like a bit medical like I feel like I
said if you feeling a bit see
what I got
if I'm on a long car drive and I'm feeling tired I'll have a V Oh, you're an animal
from that on border be and
read fizzy water
of pride for all you
every episode you mentioned the card would actually be quite good like the fast food mentioning stuff. Alright, thanks. If you enjoyed the show, listen Apple podcast review. Otherwise cinema guys. See ya.