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Say what you see

In Podcast 140, or 192 if you’re counting, probably, and somebody is, inaccurately, we celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton by recreating their now iconic pose in our photograph, even though there’s no chance of us ever seeing our own engagement through to fruition, or appearing on I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here, unless the producers reconsider the rules of remuneration to include Richard’s Kate Middleton-based caveat. With a weight off his shoulders, and elsewhere, Richard – using the supernatural powers of his Cursed Ring – attempts to claw back his comedy crown from the newly-insane Andrew – does he succeed? Or does he just muck about on the Internet while not paying attention? And could he answer questions on Celebrity Mastermind on the specialist subject of Anything Andrew Has Said On Today’s Podcast? You decide.


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10 responses to “Say what you see

  1. splittter

    Not listened yet, but that picture is properly hilarious

  2. Great podcast, guys. I enjoyed listening to your recent live shows and last weeks Mastermind post-mortem. But I think this has been the first normal (by your standard) podcast for a long time, so thanks for that.My only slight disappointment is that The Podcast Richard Herring did not correct Andrew when he referred to Prince Edward as "Prince Edward". This prince should always be referred to as "The Gay Bachelor", even in emergency situations.

  3. mark

    great podcast,especially the loving cup shtick,hopfully young love can redeem the ring a bit.wonder what the ginger one will give his girlie when the time comes?

  4. Anonymous

    Gervais, Merchant and Pilkington already have the bullying-humour thing covered. While I like some of the mocking Richard does of Andrew (and have found the grassroots toilet-wall meme campaigns brilliant), it's pretty vile when it inspires other people to club in with twitter insults, and the whole cunt-calling for money thing always felt a bit off.So yeah. I say keep it to the T-shirts and toilet walls, folks.David Williams

  5. There's to be no future wedding? But the nation is crying out for something along those lines to raise its spirits (apparently). I know it'd be no fun for you, with Richard's propensity for being the postman, not the letterbox, but you could always tell him you have a champagne bottle, then surprise him!

  6. I would like to say that although your podcast is always a joy on my Monday morning commute, this week's particularly cheered me up – it seems you were both particularly "in the groove" with each other, resulting in me laughing like a loon far more than I usually do at your podcast. In short, one of my favourites for no particular reason. Keep up the wonderful work.Chris

  7. Anonymous

    Very funny episode! It joins the illustrious company of other C&H podcasts that I'm not going to bother deleting from my ipod. For anyone interested, the full 'kept' list is:33, 45, 48, 57, 63 ,66 ,67 , 73, 80 ,82, 85, 88, 89, 92, 98, 101, 104, 105, 112, 115, 124, 132, 133, 140.hope this helps!Tim S

  8. Anonymous

    Brilliant podcast; reminded me of Neptune Ices (sp?) in some ways with all the casting in and out, the darkness, and the ribbing/ribbon puns. 'Spertly done.Thanks Tim S for the episode list! Any particular reasons for their keepability?James H

  9. Anonymous

    They're just the ones that made me laugh the most!Tim S

  10. Anonymous

    Agree! There was something strangely pleasing about those last 12 minutes.Colin P

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