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  • I would like a vowel, please, Rachel.

  • Thank you, John.

  • Oh, and I would like a constant police.

  • See, And another vowel place.

  • Yeah.

  • Hello, Joe.

  • Uh oh.

  • All right, Jimmy.

  • Oh, God.

  • So I should really be drink driving.

  • Why you here, Joe?

  • You You know you don't work here anymore.

  • God, you're sick of pictures.

  • That should be smoking.

  • I dropped my factor.

  • Really?

  • I'm doing a bonus round, Jimmy, but we don't have a bonus round.

  • Do you know?

  • Yeah.

  • I'll be able to see that.

  • Pissed me off a little bit.

  • I'll drive this up from South London.

  • Full months it took me.

  • I caused 100 11 accidents.

  • Joe, welcome to the show.

  • Waive all made mugs for each other.

  • We didn't think to make one for you.

  • I apologize.

  • What would you have on a mug if you would?

  • Well, the thing always annoyed me is you know, you know when you're at work or you know, you got mugged yet, but it's in the cupboard.

  • And other people use it yet.

  • Done all that.

  • So So I have some.

  • I would write something on the cup that would stop people from using it I don't know.

  • Something like sometimes I keep your it in this month.

  • What would you not be true when you start his first?

  • What would you put on a 50 50 coin if you had the chance?

  • Nipple?

  • Honestly, I just never find I've never found 50 checks it up.

  • Did you celebrate the end of austerity and all this way?

  • Do you know?

  • Yeah, well, whenever I'm a bit flash went over a little bit of mood all, uh, I'll treat myself to a chicken Kiev.

  • Now, I've been told you've got a 50 p coin with you.

  • Is that right?

  • Well, yet was this.

  • It's all coming site, right?

  • Yeah.

  • I have bean leaving Miss Lloyd basically put messages on 50 Peace Corps wall because basically, I leave messages for my the newsagent that I fancy on dhe.

  • I leave little messages on, um 50.

  • Peter and I had over Russia.

  • Um, when I bought a Twix and they asked me to bring one in.

  • So So this is 50 paid It comes with a little a nice, sudden Oh, this one different every Thomas.

  • You know what?

  • Uh, just this deal in the smart, Uh, I think I said, I just I just made up.

  • Thank you for showing me a Twix every day for the last 26 years, she said.

  • Me too.

  • You have.

  • You have a lovely smile under superb knuckles.

  • Um, first, you go to the cinema one evening, or for a short walk near your house as a word.

  • Yet, uh, let's let the G derail these fact.

  • Enter vents.

  • We crank up the incidental music and head to Europe's largest medieval square.

  • Renick blew me.

  • You would hide that extra game would do that.

  • Drawing focus looks a square, 40,000 square meters of it.

  • I love it well.

  • 57.

  • It was designed on dhe.

  • It's one of the first on the UNESCO world heritage.

  • Not thanks for bringing me Clough, all 700 years in business class is one of my favorite words.

  • Is it the Basilica of the Holy Virgin, 13th century, the most important church in crack?

  • Quite a lot to take in Adamik rich Poland's preeminent.

  • You have to say no, but that you don't have to, but if you're not quite sure of the pronunciation, you just start out.

  • Yeah, let's keep it.

  • You know what also happened here out of 1994 4 dash and parade sausage dogs dressed up in matching the fun you can have.

  • What's that?

  • Tell me It's today.

  • It's not today savvy.

  • We resurface with a savage first on search out a local libation in the old Jewish quarter of cashmere.

  • You're about to have your beer syrup.

  • What is that?

  • They put syrup in their beer here in Poland.

  • What they do.

  • Heh.

  • Every which is Hebrew slang for friends, has been transformed into one of the city's best backdrops.

  • That self archiving Joe.

  • This used to be a house of boozer.

  • Let's sit down a lot of the original frescos.

  • Original work.

  • Frescoes, bitches, frescoes, you pictures.

  • No.

  • Try taking that picture off the wall.

  • Frescoes.

  • Yeah, people.

  • Something to raspberries to ginger and then two regular ones so that we can taste a difference between the order.

  • You won't find a much better shot of someone syrup in beer?

  • No, this one of a bit of harmless hijinks.

  • 123 go.

  • Very nice.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you very much.

  • Thank you, sir.

  • Thank you very much.

  • This is all the makings of a Chumbawamba song, right?

  • Can we get this one out of life Ginger first?

  • Yeah, the best of times, right?

  • That's a good message to send up kids in it by six.

  • This could take a wrong turn, gets waas Ginger.

  • This is like a Christmas beer Christmas.

  • They sent this coffin Windsor.

  • What's from with if it hard, I'd swept the place just to summarize.

  • What's your favorite regular kind of B you get anyway?

  • Just their second favorite raspberry ginger on even.

  • Wasn't that if they were home?

  • A cz Joe becomes a young Shirley Valentine.

  • I'm gonna be here.

  • Okay.

  • Chances.

  • OK, time for our final letters game, John Ashley.

  • Your turn to choose the letters.

  • John, do you have enough?

  • Yes.

  • Uh, okay, Joe, you can't smoke on television.

  • Did you just inhale bubbles?

  • Wait.

  • Yeah, you're right, Joe.

  • Where have you been?

  • Up to make, um Well, um well, cause you, uh, farm because you're a prick.

  • I'm gonna come back to being an inventor.

  • So started invented again myself.

  • You quit.

  • This is actually one of my inventions.

  • It's actually a a baby proposed for adults only.

  • Downside is you need a joint is prepared to carry around This was mine s claim door toffee Clint loves toffees, But my best idea we'll bring out Bring it on.

  • I should show us what they're over.

  • You know a better way when the UK strongest man is struggle into the O Did you celebrate Halloween appeals to you had a looming out the darker scaring people is a bit of a busman's holiday for you, Joe, do you believe in Poltergeist and go?

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, I already do.

  • So much so that actually sometimes practice being a ghost myself.

  • Just in case is what we do next.

  • And I don't wanna be shifted it just basically at night, I stand at the end of my flatmates bed.

  • If he wakes stuff and start shouting, you know?

  • You know, I'm gonna move out.

  • I'm gonna move up really ghostly voice.

  • I just You just I have to give a moment.

  • Otherwise, you lose your on, knock his amp over.

  • Joe, what would you spend your money on?

  • I'm not sure.

  • Go.

  • £1,000,000?

  • Um, £1000?

  • Probably sit on Norma.

  • What?

  • Boy?

  • Yeah, Um, I'm gonna call, but I Well, I should probably tell you but I'm actually the I'm actually the fellow that does crop circles.

  • Bye, baby.

  • Fed up with doing it with two and crack off.

  • Start with some.

  • Come to the unit.

  • Is, um when I came in, Keep going.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • So you can pop in quite a while.

  • That's American entrance.

  • 00!

  • Seats go forward at all.

  • Joe, I've barely got any leg room in here whatsoever.

  • Okay?

  • Ashkar gives us a few filled two and 1/2 hour taste of life in a classless society.

  • I was feeling nervous, but also this tiny handful way under to the district of Nova Huta Stalin showcase suburb of socialist realism on one of only two preplanned pinko neighborhoods in the world.

  • This year actually is the seventh anniversary of this is already here back a huge amount of fractal it once a day to celebrate they renovated some roads that celebrated my take.

  • Intended to be a worker's paradise.

  • No, The hooter is centered on the steelworks from which it takes its name.

  • This is the main engine factory you could hire out for weddings.

  • After 20 scarcely suspended men's, we arrived at the Avenue of Roses from now on.

  • We comrades.

  • Very strict.

  • Serious thought.

  • This is the most representative part for the marches.

  • Propaganda speeches?

  • Yes.

  • It's no place for, like, eroticism.

  • Exactly.

  • Casing about bagging the days used to have the highest statue of Lenin.

  • Skinny guy in reality.

  • Yeah, but you're on this study.

  • Six Buck.

  • I'm thinking he's advised anything's number here.

  • Yeah, but anyway, as you can see, we get rid of him.

  • So essentially will come to look at something that is no longer here.

  • Exactly.

  • I think we're gonna jump in.

  • Okay, Back, back in the car.

  • That could be the show's tagline.

  • It's not that bad as our remaining audience begs to differ.

  • Way Buckle up.

  • That's amore.

  • Hashtag ribbons.

  • Just having the fighters.

  • Let me take Bush while I like to know before, right, Coleman?

  • Is this going with Joe?

  • We're in a tin box.

  • Thank you.

  • That was close.

  • It's fine.

  • This is very durable fiberglass.

  • It's very flexible.

  • That's what you want.

  • Closer than ever, we reach our final stop on actual apartment full of Soviet cheers.

  • There is a country coz because gonna be a bit of a brainwashing process going on.

  • So, alcohol house of it.

  • We won't.

  • You love on it.

  • Content.

  • Break, please.

  • We simply can't wait to what?

  • The 1951 propaganda classic destination Nova Huta.

  • And what's more, we don't have to have massive hands.

  • This glass looks time, Wayne, that you can't quite intothe.

  • Now I'm retiring, and now we're going to spend my days just drinking this in back of watching Eastern Bloc officials a lot clapping in your head 10 minutes of my life.

  • Please have pity for the people watching.

  • It's over.

  • Finished finished, though, is it?

  • It's really good.

  • I convince you signed the papers and your boobs Was hell life behind you.

  • I absolutely can't bear the bourgeoisie.

  • Yeah.

  • How is what anyway?

  • Sorry, Strong.

  • We are struggling to form sentences.

  • What's going on, John?

  • Uh, well, you know, I was fired at the end of the last Siris.

  • Joe, you've been up to Well, uh, since you fired me, you prick, I what you been up to, Joe?

  • Well, you know, I was fired at the end of the last serious, which is bullshit.

  • Have you been up to since I got fired from the last show?

  • You prick, Joe?

  • Oh, shit.

  • you fired me.

  • Seriously, you prick.

  • So you're on me?

  • Yeah, I'm fine.

  • Really Out of it.

  • Just ask him.

  • What have you been up to?

  • Uh, well, it's been a busy week, you know, because she, uh, find me cause you're Attard to make a few extra bit of cash.

  • They've been doing a few medical experience on this.

  • Quite lucky.

  • Couldn't really had any side effects.

  • Uh, it was God on Jimmy is you fired me, make a big cash.

  • Done a bit of a deal.

  • Got sponsor for the show show is now sponsored by a Banister company.

  • It's actually my half brother Fabio's company.

  • It's called Fabio's banisters.

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