They make everything weird. That he's scared to go to China in case he gets a taste for toad. I don't know the politically correct term. I have a bit of toad. Well, because, um We're executive producers. I want him to hate it. You're asking me how me day is in a room full of people I don't know. The way they write the letters are weird. You're gonna get to know them really well.
It's not normal, is it? My bollocks are squashed. I want him to hate it. What we'd like to see is him experience other cultures, other peoples and see if, in any way, we can change his outlook on the world. No, say if I go over there. He just made that one up! They just wreck everything. Homer is small-minded, petty, but, at his core, a good person. Just the way they live. Is everyone gonna be wearing this? I don't know the politically correct term. Just let me go! We've often described him as being, like, some kind of real-life Homer Simpson. What, everywhere I go, these lot are coming, are they? Well, you say that, but how come I'm going and you're not doing any? It could make me sort of wish for stuff that I can no longer get ahold of. I genuinely think travel broadens the mind. I don't understand what you mean. That is like like someone testing out a biro. That's what I'm worried about. Well, you're gonna get to know them. Of course there's a logic to it! Everything's There's no logic to anything that they do. Otherwise, you'd be by yourself, and we wouldn't see it on the telly. Why is it orange in Chinatown? I can't get enough of him. So, out of all the places, this is the place that I'm worried about most.
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