A Midlife Less Ordinary

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episode 33: Season 3: Episode 33 - A Midlife Less Ordinary [transcript]



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 2021-09-26  43m
 
 
00:01  intro
You're listening to a mid
00:01
life less ordinary, the weekly
00:06
podcast giving you the lowdown
00:06
on becoming a cool older dude.
00:12
The good times are not afraid of
00:12
memory. It's time to start
00:16
loving them again. And here are
00:16
your host, Wayne and crab.
00:27  Wayne
Yeah, hello everyone and
00:27
welcome to this episode of a
00:29
midlife less ordinary. My name
00:29
is Wayne and Trevor do dailies
00:33
safe to say hello. How you
00:33
doing?
00:35  Trev
Hello?
00:37  Wayne
Is anybody want to say
00:37
hello?
00:39  Trev
Literally by taking your
00:39
directions?
00:41  Wayne
We're just going to be
00:41
twice as long for this episode
00:43
then, isn't it? Sorry, people.
00:43
Are you doing? You're right.
00:47  Trev
Yeah, yeah. Yes. been, you
00:47
know, now the week? Yeah,
00:51
another
00:51  Wayne
week for episode, you
00:51
know, for free in the grand
00:54
scheme. I'll say that every week
00:54
kind of grand scheme of thing.
00:56
grand scheme.
00:57  Trev
You're not a grand scheme.
00:57
I
00:58  Wayne
have no grand old he
00:58
called what would you call a
01:01
grand scheme? Nothing really.
01:01
schemes? Yeah. I don't think I
01:07
don't think
01:07  Trev
I'll be used, isn't it
01:07
that really yeah. grand scheme
01:11
of things
01:11  Wayne
so many cliches in a
01:11
British language. I think. I'll
01:14
go along with that. We use
01:14
turning we're talking cliches,
01:18
not some of, you know, probably
01:18
procrastinated. I've got that
01:22
word, right, because usually
01:22
I'll get
01:25  Trev
adulterated again.
01:27  Wayne
Don't start that way.
01:32  Trev
The thing is, is this
01:32
like, everything seems sort of
01:35
more drama, doesn't it? Yes.
01:35
Yeah. The schema thing is a big
01:40
thing. But it's not really it's
01:40
just what's happened really,
01:42
isn't it? Is that
01:43  Wayne
right? It's like you're
01:43
trying to make the biggest point
01:45
ever, like in the grand scheme
01:45
of things. This is a way Yeah,
01:48
it's not. It's not a great
01:48
cliche
01:50  Trev
thing. Do you think that's
01:50
why soap operas are so popular?
01:54
Because people like
01:55  Wayne
drama? No, I think he's
01:55
that's escapism.
01:58  Trev
I think we're nosy. Yeah.
02:00  Wayne
I think it's cosiness.
02:00
It's hard to explain because you
02:03
don't like you don't watch them
02:03
kind of things. But I've been
02:05
taken with him not because I
02:05
want to know what Emily bishops
02:08
bashing this way or anything
02:08
like that. But it but I do kind
02:12
of I kind of see it because you
02:12
get kind of lost in it. But the
02:15
thing is, it becomes addictive
02:15
and then you got to catch the
02:17
next one. But I can actually go
02:17
six months and it's only
02:19
Coronation Street I'd ever get
02:19
into not the other one. But you
02:22
know, I can go go six months
02:22
ago. I can turn it on again and
02:25
you just pick it up. where you
02:25
left off
02:27  Trev
is my mom headlock. Have
02:27
we a weird tradition? Because
02:31
she she actually she shared with
02:31
anyone she could do was
02:33
Coronation Street. Yeah. And it
02:33
was like this weird thing where
02:36
she got a mug of tea. A pack of
02:36
chairs out? No idea. No. It was
02:42
his chair for ages. And to be
02:42
honest, getting chairs I've had
02:48
in the last couple of years and
02:48
the small ones no one eats the
02:50
big chairs.
02:52  Wayne
I do I'm a big fan of
02:52
cheddar all round you know the
02:54
cheddar the place cheddar cheese
02:54
cheddar mini cheddars. I just
02:58
love it. You know, my life is
02:58
cheddar. I mean even the cheese.
03:03
Yeah, I know. I knew that was
03:06  Trev
what you mean? Well, just
03:06
cheese in general.
03:09  Wayne
I don't say we go
03:09
chocolate then it's bloomin
03:13
cheddar cheese. That'll be my
03:13
choice. We do cheese. Yeah. This
03:20
episode or you want to do I know
03:20
we're doing another episode if
03:22
you don't mind because I wasn't
03:22
prepared for that. I'm the one
03:24
who gets prepared. You're the
03:24
one who drops your your comments
03:27
in cold my vocal vocal because
03:27
you can do that kind of thing.
03:32
Well, I didn't want to extol the
03:32
virtues of Eazy E bikes. Now.
03:37
I've told you a little bit about
03:37
Yes, I know. It's a bit rowdy.
03:40
Yeah,
03:40  Trev
I have Yeah, but now
03:40
you've like you've got whatever.
03:43
Yeah, yes.
03:43  Wayne
And I'll just quickly
03:43
extol the virtues of it being a
03:46
man of a certain age and midlife
03:46
funny enough. That's what the
03:48
podcast is called. You know, I
03:48
struggle with cycling. You know,
03:52
when you got a family and they
03:52
want to go out cycling. I is
03:55
going to try and keep up
03:58  Trev
to you like a Haven's
03:58
advert.
04:00  Wayne
Go on, though. You say
04:00
that you're you're imagining
04:04
like there's all cycling with
04:04
you.
04:07  Trev
You know, and you get the
04:07
dad at the front of his legs.
04:10
Are you really looking like he's
04:10
really been dangerous for his
04:13
eyes? do you do that?
04:14  Wayne
Yeah, no, no, you look at
04:14
it on the front and the chopper.
04:19
sounds wrong.
04:21  Trev
But But on top of Eliot's
04:21
chopper
04:26  Wayne
this, this, this this,
04:26
this part of the show wasn't
04:29
turning out the way he intended,
04:29
but then that's a mid life less
04:32
ordinary for you. But yeah, just
04:32
to just want to quickly I
04:36
struggle with it by so there's a
04:36
10 year old in our household,
04:40
get on a bike, they just go like
04:40
Duracell. But yeah, I know. And
04:43
I struggle with appeals and
04:43
things. I'm not particularly I'm
04:45
getting a bit larger than I
04:45
struggle
04:48  Trev
out on why would you want
04:48
a bit? Well, you
04:51  Wayne
don't know you don't come
04:51
cycling with me. So don't try
04:54
and like a cycle with you ever.
04:54
You've never cycled with me. I
04:57
just buy your cycles. That's all
04:57
that happens. Exactly. You know,
05:00
yeah, but that is that is what
05:00
happened. We went to centre
05:03
parks this year because
05:03
obviously we all holidaying at
05:05
home. staycations as they call
05:05
them. We went to St. Paul
05:08
staycations. staycations. Yeah,
05:08
that was a different one.
05:13  Trev
Stay gay nation.
05:15  Wayne
Yeah, it was. Yeah, that
05:15
was a good one. But I'm not
05:16
talking about that. That's
05:16
better. It's how you use it said
05:21
I went to havens. I went to
05:21
centre parks. I this this isn't
05:26
working out. But yeah, we got
05:26
and we went there and I had a
05:30
normal bike because we didn't
05:30
want take by too much hassle. So
05:33
we got I got I was riding up
05:33
hills after about 10 minutes as
05:36
I was like, yeah, it's like
05:36
that. And we've done that. We've
05:40
talked about bikes on the show
05:40
with Cole, friend of the show,
05:42
you know, in very interesting to
05:44  Trev
do. Yes. If you did leg
05:44
day, you'd be
05:47  Wayne
undo. Yeah, that was the
05:47
next one coming. It's nothing to
05:50
do with it. It's just the path.
05:50
Not not smoking. I mean, inside
05:54
me away we go. But yeah, yeah,
05:54
the magic dragon. But it's but
05:59
basically what I said, I can't
05:59
do this. I'm sorry. I'm going to
06:01
stay back in the cabin and watch
06:01
watch Coronation Street while
06:06
you go out cycling. But they had
06:06
an E bike and I said I was to
06:09
have a go. I didn't even know Do
06:09
you know anything about job?
06:11
What do you say? said?
06:12  Trev
What do you think? I've
06:12
never actually seen one? I don't
06:14
think unless frommers passed me
06:14
in Australia. It
06:16  Wayne
probably Yeah, yeah.
06:16
Yeah. Yeah. Like a motorbike.
06:20
There's quiet. But you know,
06:20
I've got motorbike is it's not
06:22
like that. Anyway, I got an E
06:22
bike, and given the extra money,
06:28
and I said, Oh, there you go.
06:28
But basically, you make a bit of
06:30
effort, and it helps you. So
06:30
it's a bit it's a bit like an
06:33
introduction into being.
06:37  Trev
What was it you started?
06:37
Well, I know you've explained
06:39
yourself there because you said
06:39
you had a governed normal bike,
06:42
found it hard. Yes. And then
06:42
full? Because I was wondering
06:46
how you thought it would be a
06:46
good idea to get one. But you've
06:49
actually you experienced the
06:49
pain. Now. This
06:51  Wayne
is the experience. Yeah,
06:51
though. I had to make me but
06:53
what everybody wants to pay
06:53
higher, then. Yeah, yeah. And
06:57
then all of a sudden, I had to
06:57
see but basically, you have to
07:00
work. It's not like a throttle
07:00
that you pull back you basically
07:02
pedalling and up to 15 miles an
07:02
hour, it will assist you and
07:06
you've got four different levels
07:06
of assist. When I first got it,
07:08
I was like Mary Poppins, it was
07:08
ridiculous I did in the top
07:11
mode. And it was like floating,
07:11
and it was ridiculous, because
07:14
I'm not doing hardly anything,
07:14
but you are pedalling, but it's
07:16
not been in gear one all the
07:16
time, but you're actually going
07:18
somewhere. But once you get used
07:18
to like how much you need just
07:22
to get out that he was saying
07:22
you do exercise that you can
07:25
switch it then yeah, you can get
07:25
you can have like economy bah
07:29
blah, blah, gets higher and
07:29
higher. Okay, switch it to
07:31
heart. Even the journey. Yeah,
07:31
yeah, you just gotta run on the
07:35
fingers digital display, and you
07:35
just go, yeah, economy then it's
07:38
like hill climbing or whatever,
07:38
or mountain biking, whatever
07:41
trail riding Turin, but to be
07:41
honest, only use the bastard.
07:47
Economies as basic ones. So
07:47
you're still working? Yeah, it's
07:50
just enough. When you go up a
07:50
hill, it just assists you pushes
07:53
you to school without catching a
07:53
ghost gently pushing behind you
07:56
to get you out there. All of a
07:56
sudden, it's changed my life.
08:00
Because I could keep up with
08:00
them all. And when you're going
08:02
to be returning to the second
08:02
one up, and you know.
08:05  Trev
And do you feel like the
08:05
bionic man, he's like
08:07  Wayne
that, honestly.
08:07
Definitely. Brilliant. When I
08:09
got back, I was so excited. I
08:09
was like, straight away within
08:13
within our half an hour. I
08:13
bought one. But the thing is,
08:16
like a lot of things, they've
08:16
gone up in value a lot. And I
08:19
bought a second one. And it was
08:19
still 1000 1300. Wait. Yeah, and
08:25
I've got knocked him down. And
08:25
it was because they're saying
08:27
it's worth every penny. And I've
08:27
now got roof bars on my car, we
08:30
go cycling everywhere. I
08:30
absolutely love it. It's changed
08:33
my life. So if anyone you know,
08:33
struggling stop killer. They are
08:37
Yeah, they're really taking off.
08:37
And I can see why. You know, it
08:40
changes I can see that being the
08:40
future of our country is gonna
08:43
go our generation, maybe not so
08:43
young people. Now I think people
08:48
still more into the traditional,
08:48
but I think that a lot of the
08:52
the middle age and upwards
08:52
people it would just because of
08:54
that extra bit of assistance you
08:54
need. So you're going somewhere
08:58
with this. I can tell
09:00  Trev
a lie, the cyclers
09:00
chairlift,
09:04  Wayne
I said no, because in the
09:04
day it's getting me outside
09:09
sniffing in the leaded fumes or
09:09
wherever it is on the road.
09:11
Yeah, I'm doing trials. I don't
09:11
like riding on the road. But you
09:14
know, it's changed the way I
09:14
think about it. I see Cycling is
09:18
like being a kid again. That's
09:18
what it feels like to me. Yeah,
09:20
no jokes to one side is a real
09:20
good way to get around that you
09:25
can do sort of I've done 25
09:25
miles, which, you know, isn't a
09:28
lot. I know a lot of people that
09:28
cycle a lot. But for me, that's
09:33
amazing. Yeah. And you know, you
09:33
stopped at the pub, you know,
09:35
it's a bit gnarly. Are they?
09:35
Yes, small ones. No, it's a good
09:38
boy. It's a German brand. It's a
09:38
proper trail. mountain bike, it
09:43
looks good. It's got the suntour
09:43
suspension on the seat and it's
09:47
great, you know, for my big fat
09:47
ass. It's,
09:51  Trev
well, I think called the
09:51
wobbler
09:53  Wayne
should be the winner. But
09:53
that's sorry, I just wanted
09:55
people to know that. You know
09:55
that cycling was something that
09:58
we can do as a family. Are
10:00  Trev
you trying to get a free
10:00
one?
10:02  Wayne
I don't know which I
10:02
shouldn't really for air to pie
10:04
breed. I like the cube one
10:04
that's a very decent bike well
10:09
done yeah
10:09  Trev
q by q by q might keep my
10:09
god the bikes and they yeah they
10:12
do yeah very good bikes kids
10:12
barely aware of them when I was
10:16
in the money but I must be
10:16
fairly new.
10:18  Wayne
Yeah, they are as a few
10:18
brands that popped up that
10:22
didn't exist before but they but
10:22
they they are that they are the
10:25
future. And I think what we've
10:25
already superhighway bike paths
10:29
being built, I think that
10:29
they've got their place. I just,
10:32
you know, just saying, you know,
10:32
you've given up with the site by
10:35
even you, you don't need it for
10:35
the fitness side of it. I'm not
10:37
saying you can run. But you
10:37
know, it's a dance we've seen,
10:42
but it's
10:44  Trev
this thing about my many
10:44
talents. Yeah, he's running. So
10:48
you don't need to run after our
10:48
dance because dance for someone
10:54
else's misses are saying
10:58  Wayne
it is. But it's great.
10:58
You know, these these things are
11:01
trying this is where technology
11:01
comes in and can change your
11:03
life again and get you out and
11:03
about saying you'd never thought
11:05
you'd enjoy again. So that's a
11:05
serious quote from me about you
11:09
know, the value of E bikes. And
11:09
I thought proud
11:11  Trev
of you coming out with
11:11
that. Yeah, yeah, thanks, dad.
11:15  Wayne
So I think now Trev I
11:15
think he's hired for that part
11:18
of the week when we do the
11:18
roundup of the week and it's the
11:21
I am ello weekly Why?
11:35
So Trey before we start this
11:35
week,
11:46
just want to put the jokes to
11:46
one side for a second because
11:49
something quite serious has
11:49
happened this week. You're aware
11:52
of it I'm sure but there's been
11:52
a tragedy that one of our
11:55
listeners lives in a village in
11:55
Derbyshire
11:57  Trev
yeah don't listen to she
11:57
she's she lives in killer marshy
12:00
killer Marsh
12:00  Wayne
into darbyshire Yes.
12:00
We're not sure the facts yet.
12:04
And but there's been four people
12:04
basically pass passed on we're
12:09
not sure all the facts at the
12:09
moment but basically murdered
12:12
and it involves free children
12:12
and when a mother isn't it and
12:17
we just like to reach out and
12:17
say we were four condolences
12:22  Trev
with them yeah with the
12:22
families is terrible. That's
12:25
just tragic. These
12:26  Wayne
these kind of events
12:26
transcend. You know, everything
12:29
out there. And you just Yeah,
12:29
for the families.
12:33  Trev
Especially when you know
12:33
someone that lives in the town
12:35
in the village. Yeah. friends
12:35
from Ross for being friends with
12:37
Vaseline skull. Yeah. and stuff.
12:37
So yeah, that's all
12:41  Wayne
I've also with you all,
12:41
and in a good range of souls. So
12:45
Trev I know you, you don't
12:45
really read the news. So the
12:50
first thing I noticed this week
12:50
on the news was, after probably
12:55
15 years of some kind of review,
12:55
they've decided that Russia
13:01
might as well Russia is
13:01
responsible for the killing of
13:04
Alexander Litvinenko. They could
13:04
poison a Colombian even if I was
13:16
gonna mention Kabbalah coughed
13:16
in New York.
13:19  Trev
Word with Eugene about,
13:22  Wayne
sorry, the former Russian
13:22
spy who became a British citizen
13:25
who was fatally poisoned with
13:25
radioactive polonium 210 in
13:28
London in 2006, and a
13:31  Trev
Moodle. Partner Why is it
13:31
taking
13:35  Wayne
them that long? To say
13:35
that they think that they
13:38
basically say Russia was
13:38
responsible when everyone else
13:41
knew that day? Basically, he was
13:41
a KGB agent and then transferred
13:46
to the not transferred it says
13:46
he said, like his Sky Sports
13:50
soccer.
13:51  Trev
He wears a yellow tie to
13:51
cover costs.
13:54  Wayne
Yeah, Jeff Stelling was
13:54
like, Oh, we got big news.
13:59  Trev
Just got digital text
14:02  Wayne
here. Yeah, yeah. You
14:02
know, they've just decided that
14:05
so it's taking 15 years and
14:05
millions of pounds to come up
14:08
with that, you know, I could
14:08
have told them the next day.
14:10
Yeah,
14:11  Trev
the reason that they've
14:11
done that now, you know, when
14:13
you do something wrong when
14:13
you're a kid. Yes. And you cash
14:17
it out, but I didn't do it. I
14:17
didn't do it. And then when all
14:20
it all dies down and really
14:20
doesn't matter anymore, you go.
14:23
Remember that vase mom? hopper.
14:23
Okay. Yeah, same thing. Yeah,
14:27
exactly. Oh, no, no one cares
14:27
about it anymore. Or no, Gambia
14:31
passed away. So I will Oh, yeah,
14:31
we did that. Oh, so. Yeah, no
14:36
big deal anymore.
14:36  Wayne
There's no need to worry
14:36
about 2018 was in Salisbury when
14:40
the other the other person got
14:40
poisoned do is another agent. Ex
14:45
KGB, you know it was it Russia.
14:45
nice surprise.
14:49  Unknown
He's quite freaky. I
14:50  Wayne
think these people are
14:50
actually mingling with us. Yeah,
14:53
I don't like Apparently, he had
14:53
tea with two Russian agents in
14:58
like the Savoy or something.
14:58
Autodesk just made up that
15:02  Trev
was really gone downhill
15:02
for Westham and but they poison
15:04
the tea.
15:05  Wayne
Yeah, exactly. Yeah.
15:08  Trev
Yeah. Gene Hackman, just a
15:08
style.
15:11  Wayne
I'm not being funny. The
15:11
Russians Don't even try and hide
15:13
the fact that they it's them
15:13
this, you know, the KGB. I don't
15:17
care that they deny it
15:17
politically. But they, if they
15:21
want you to kill it, they could
15:21
do it another way they could do
15:23
it secretly, but they don't.
15:25  Trev
I don't really understand
15:25
why they have like, a cabinet or
15:29
press office. Because then they
15:29
all kind of it must be the
15:33
easiest job in the world. They
15:33
get blamed for something. And
15:37
then they're all like, deny.
15:37
Okay, yeah. Deny. So no one
15:41
there's a conversation. What do
15:41
you reckon then Eugene, what do
15:44
you reckon Ivan? just deny it?
15:44
Yeah. And again, we
15:47  Wayne
are interviewing, isn't
15:47
it? They just said the same old
15:50
muted responses. You eat
15:50
anything to do with politics. He
15:54
never get any real true. Yes.
15:54
Just a load of old Cabela's.
15:57  Trev
First thing Yeah, football
15:57
aside, and we're now they put
16:01
the sponsorship bald up behind.
16:01
Yes. So you got no fans sticking
16:05
their fingers up and giving it
16:05
the one finger salute, which
16:08
used to be great. Didn't need to
16:08
remember them days of transfer
16:11
deadline day. Live to the
16:11
ground. They don't read. The
16:14
Northridge Bob was great,
16:14
because these two blokes said it
16:17
out. You know, I'm gonna say
16:17
that. Yeah, yeah, these two
16:19
blokes set it up and Carrow
16:19
Road, and one of them grabbed
16:22
hold of the gates and bent over
16:22
and the other one looked like he
16:25
was bobbing in life and see if
16:25
it was just good. I just think
16:30
that's glorious. Glorious. This
16:30
poor woman was trying to like
16:35
talk about transfers. And this
16:35
bloke was just like, Kate slack
16:40
is amazing. Anyway, that's by
16:40
humour.
16:43  Wayne
No, no. I didn't actually
16:43
you brought up football. I'll
16:47
just want to say critics don't
16:47
want you to bring him up again.
16:50
Ronaldo is doing okay. Yeah.
16:50
Let's go for now.
16:54  Trev
They say football is a
16:54
sore subject for me this week.
16:57
So sorry, my shower would get
16:57
done by Chelsea already did. And
17:02
I did a height that I prove you
17:02
right
17:07  Unknown
surprised Yeah, I
17:08  Trev
know. Yeah. You want to
17:08
then yeah, you kind of check in
17:11
he might be different this time.
17:11
And it's just the same formula
17:16
thumped. You know, great,
17:16
because
17:18  Wayne
it's only up from their
17:18
trip. But but Oh, yeah. But what
17:22
I want you to ask you and it's
17:22
in the news this week is Yeah.
17:24
Oh. Did you see I don't know if
17:24
you saw a man united against
17:28
Westham Rinaldo who yes is
17:28
probably been guilty of choking
17:33
himself over a few times. No,
17:33
no, he just very fast. But he,
17:38
he got hacked down twice, which
17:38
probably could be construed as a
17:42
penalty. And they didn't even
17:42
kind of they just waved it on.
17:45
And I'm just asking you
17:45
basically mutation. Yeah, but if
17:50
they got var that's what var is
17:50
supposed to do. Forget the
17:52
reputation it's meant to sort
17:52
of, basically so and if he's
17:56
chucking himself to the ground
17:56
in bookie, Masami but basically
17:59
I said it's not a fail and not
17:59
being funny. One of them the
18:02
bloke sort of chucked both legs
18:02
in front of him. I disarmer over
18:08
his name, isn't it?
18:09  Trev
Yeah, I don't. The var
18:09
thing I don't. I was all for it.
18:15
And now I'm not. Because it
18:15
slows down football. These
18:20
continuous decisions. They
18:20
terrible when they go against
18:23
you to anything, really. But
18:23
they give us a talk about Yes.
18:31
Yeah. In the pub after football
18:31
and stuff. Yeah. Now, the the
18:35
injustice of it. As much as it
18:35
hurts when it happens to your
18:39
team. the injustice of it is all
18:39
part of football to me. Yes.
18:44
They do go for you as well. And
18:44
you feel great when they go for
18:47
you and bear when they don't. So
18:47
that's all part of supporting a
18:51
football team. The only thing I
18:51
do agree with is goal line
18:55
technology.
18:56  Wayne
Yeah, that is good. It
18:56
has been called the amount that
18:59
that yeah, that picks up. I
18:59
mean, that's Goldline. is
19:01
slightly different. But yeah,
19:01
and we've had it for a while,
19:03
haven't we, but it's it has
19:03
really tried. Yeah, the
19:07
contentious one for me.
19:09  Trev
Yeah, the worst one for me
19:09
when I was a kid. It might have
19:13
been nice sauce. 7879. If
19:13
anybody listens to us, that's a
19:18
Crystal Palace fan. can tell us
19:18
but I remember a guy called
19:21
Vince Hilaire. real talent.
19:21
Anyway. Yeah. He was he was
19:27
great. And he was one of the
19:27
employees that you think should
19:29
play for England and then never
19:29
did. And I. Anyway, he hit this
19:33
free kick for about 40 yards out
19:33
and it smashed into the back of
19:38
the net. And you remember the
19:38
old goals. You have stanchions
19:42
which we've got a little
19:42
triangle bit where the net foot
19:45
hit the back of the stanchion
19:45
and come back out so fast. And I
19:51
think it was Clive Thomas
19:51
remember Clive chess? The
19:54
referee, which I think Didn't he
19:54
he blew up when our Argentina or
20:00
Brazil was scored in the last
20:00
minute as the ball from
20:03
anywhere. That's another story.
20:03
Anyway, hit the stanchion so
20:07
hard it ricocheted out and they
20:07
didn't give the goal and they
20:12
said like hit the ball you can
20:12
see just flew in the net and
20:17
bounced back out when you hit
20:17
the stage and so on. And that is
20:21
not one of the biggest things
20:21
that I'll remember is that don't
20:24
get that now which is good now
20:26  Wayne
it's right there's some
20:26
technology is it's two sides of
20:30
the coin isn't there? You know
20:30
the winners and losers it's been
20:34
a bull's eye. But you know it is
20:34
what it is talking point a
20:37
football is what we all talk
20:37
about the pub if we ever went
20:40
but
20:42  Trev
what would they remember
20:42
the night in 66 World Cup final
20:45
for above England winning if
20:45
that balls over the line? Yeah,
20:49
exactly. If you had if you had
20:49
golden technology he would be
20:53
talking about it would Yeah, it
20:53
happened. But now you can always
20:57
argue about it. Sure you don't
20:57
know.
21:01  Wayne
It. Last thing I just
21:01
wanted to mention quickly drove
21:03
us that US have really relaxed
21:03
the travel restrictions to
21:08
British pair and Europe.
21:08
Basically if you've had the
21:12
Oxford AstraZeneca jab is like
21:12
having top Trumps now you can
21:15
now travel around the world The
21:15
World Health Organisation have
21:19
basically given you clearance so
21:19
you can go
21:21  Trev
so that does that mean we
21:21
can go to Christopher shines
21:24
Country and Western festival
21:26  Wayne
well this is it yes it
21:26
does mean that if you had
21:28
AstraZeneca because it is like
21:28
Trump's now it's like a cynic
21:32
and it Trump's your visor. Real
21:32
and then that Trump say you know
21:38  Trev
he I don't he you know
21:38
this? I don't I don't even know
21:42
I've got it in my in my phone.
21:44  Wayne
You don't know what you
21:44
got flying around your veins?
21:47
No. I do cold hard.
21:54  Trev
I'm surprised they could
21:54
actually get the injection in
21:56
Yeah. It's so so beloved. By
21:56
bloody so black, black heart,
22:06
pumping it round number evil
22:06
body. I was like yeah, I don't
22:09
know what I have to check the
22:09
card. You carry the card around.
22:13  Wayne
The thing is now I'm
22:13
supposed to be ready to go to
22:15
Las Vegas this year for for my
22:15
fisheries. Erica, you've had
22:19
AstraZeneca so you're good to
22:19
go. So you might be coming to
22:21
Las Vegas with me now because
22:21
because in our household, I have
22:26
had the jam so I can go to
22:26
because it's now been postponed
22:29
to next year. So I can go but
22:29
the other person in my house has
22:32
meant to go cannot go because
22:35  Trev
that's great. It sounds
22:35
like it's gonna be the hangover.
22:39  Wayne
Exactly. Exactly. The
22:39
Hangover Part Four. Here we go.
22:42  Trev
Can I have Jenny What if
22:42
we're going to do that Mike
22:45
Tyson?
22:46  Wayne
Tiger. Yeah. I'll walk me
22:46
I'm monkey. You can spank that
22:50
all night. Maybe you can have
22:50
gear? I'll go. Yeah,
22:52  Trev
I'll know what I'm monkey.
22:52
I've always been in one of the
22:55
little monkeys with a face on.
22:55
Yes. Yeah. So we could get drunk
22:59
together. That being the
22:59
Simpsons I love. We're nice. So
23:02
basically,
23:02  Wayne
you're gonna go with me
23:02
now all you want is a monkey
23:04
with a face and that makes you
23:04
happy. You're basically saying
23:06
the monkey was the face is
23:06
equivalent to me.
23:09  Trev
Great. It's not the wonder
23:09
of Aladdin. Or what your monkey
23:13
do all the water actually. No,
23:13
Candace was that I don't want to
23:16
want to have Aladdin. I want the
23:16
one of Indiana Jones.
23:21  Wayne
Yes, he did. Yeah. But at
23:21
least then I can come back to it
23:24
that night or that day early.
23:24
Yeah. Exactly.
23:28  Trev
Salute study in that one.
23:28
Yes, it gives the Hitler salute
23:32
free here it is a little monkey
23:32
doing that, you know, that Nazi
23:36
monkey
23:38  Wayne
wouldn't would you know,
23:38
we can arrange that for you. I
23:42
think that's that's the world
23:42
that basically I take on the
23:44
news this week. drif and I think
23:44
we've time moving on I think we
23:48
should do our recommendations
23:48
for the for the TV this week
23:52
with our IML stream of the week
24:04
sitrep this is just start
24:04
recommending what's any anything
24:07
that's on the streamy stations
24:07
and people can maybe watch or
24:13
recommend what they shouldn't be
24:13
watching basically, but again,
24:15
I've got a bit old school I've
24:15
looked on Netflix this week.
24:19
Because that's the only one I
24:19
paid the subscription on. And I
24:23
know and I spent all that money
24:23
on eBay Yeah, exactly. When you
24:28
buy v bikes you can't afford all
24:28
these streaming services not
24:30
only one go I do one one a month
24:30
I sign up for Netflix and it's
24:33
Disney the next month then is
24:33
prime and then I come back
24:36
around again so you know I
24:36
always miss certain
24:38  Trev
seasons was always like
24:38
changing their phone tariff to
24:41
save to play Oh yeah. Yeah, you
24:41
like
24:43  Wayne
to do you know do but
24:43
then look after the pennies and
24:45
the pounds will look after
24:45
themselves as they used to say,
24:48
but yeah, by my recommend Well,
24:48
my first recommendation this
24:51
week drove is an old school one.
24:51
It's man on fire with Denzel my
24:56
fate one of my favourite actors.
24:56
Let me Scott moving now caught
24:59
yesterday's Tony. Got again.
24:59
Yeah, big fan and Sony scope and
25:03
it plays an X. Sorry an ex CIA
25:03
ex CIA officer a bit of an
25:07
alcoholic I can kind of
25:07
associate myself with that
25:10
although I'm not an alcoholic or
25:10
alcoholic anything is very good
25:13
air they might tell you
25:13
something about him and but he
25:17
gives close protection to a
25:17
client stole a dozen a year and
25:20
she says she gets kidnapped and
25:20
basically he goes on like a like
25:24
a revenge kind of trying to find
25:24
her obviously, you can find in
25:28
your very young Dakota Fanning.
25:28
Very good film all about it. I'm
25:32
a big sucker for revenge and all
25:32
that kind of thing. Yeah. And
25:36
he's quite violent. Denzel Cole.
25:36
Like he always is. Yeah, if you
25:39
haven't seen that already. Go.
25:39
Oh, my God. Put it on your list
25:42
for the weekend. Yeah.
25:44  Trev
I watched that again a
25:44
couple of months ago, and wasn't
25:47
impressed with it as much as I
25:47
wanted. Here we go.
25:49  Wayne
It's like another matrix.
25:49
Yeah, just not as crisp because
25:54
you know what's going to happen?
25:54
Trev you know, the Indians got
25:57  Trev
a lot of typical Tony
25:57
Scott burger like he stuff a lot
26:00
of quick cuts in it, though.
26:00
Isn't there? Like Top Gun? Yeah,
26:04
already. It's that quick. Make
26:04
me feel a bit uncomfortable.
26:07  Wayne
Okay, so what you like to
26:07
be contentious? You've got your
26:10
contention. So what are you
26:10
telling people to watch it?
26:13  Trev
Again, strange enough to
26:13
that I've actually enjoyed this
26:16
week. So I'm not gonna have one
26:16
good one on one Bay like I
26:18
normally do black and white, you
26:18
know, a bit of
26:21  Wayne
Michael Jackson glass.
26:23  Trev
All right, Mitchell, girl.
26:23
She's the machine the Mitchells
26:29
versus the machines. Okay,
26:29
what's the animation? Very good.
26:34
Danny McBride involved who just
26:34
loved the lone wolf. Very funny
26:38
man. dysfunctional family kind
26:38
of survive like a robot
26:42
apocalypse. It I think it was
26:42
produced or directed. Or the guy
26:48
that did the Spider Man universe
26:48
into the spider universe. I
26:52
enjoyed that as well. But the
26:52
animation style, he they had
26:55
something to do with it. It
26:55
looks great. What I like about
27:00
it is in embraces some forms of
27:00
social media? Yes. Which is
27:06
really unusual. It's difficult
27:06
to describe, but you have to
27:09
watch it to get it. It does go a
27:09
bit pone near the end, like a
27:14
lot of animations. Do they run
27:14
out of ideas? So it feels like
27:17
you're playing? You're watching?
27:17
Like, you might play the end
27:20
level boss video game, but he's
27:20
taken on the big evil empire.
27:24
Carter, what is it? Good. That's
27:24
on Netflix. I'm a bit of a
27:29
sucker for anything. Robots. It
27:29
reminded me the robots that come
27:34
down are supposed to be really
27:34
great for society and help them
27:37
out. But iRobot Will Smith,
27:37
which is quite good film similar
27:41
to that but with humour and
27:41
Danny McBride, so you can't
27:44
really go wrong with that.
27:44
That's one. Yeah, this
27:46  Wayne
was one foot this way. My
27:46
second one being really obvious
27:49
this way goes sort of in travel
27:49
came before but I'm just going
27:53
through films that I think
27:53
people will enjoy watching in a
27:55
weekend. Yeah. So my second one
27:55
is the movie again, going back a
27:59
few years in time with Justin
27:59
Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried
28:03
in science fiction. It's a solid
28:03
six out of 10 for somebody like
28:10
six days. That's not
28:13  Trev
you know, I don't think
28:13
I've watched all of it is that
28:16
he's got the Digi Johnny's arm.
28:16
Yeah,
28:18  Wayne
in a future where people
28:18
stop ageing after 25 after the
28:22
age of 25. Basically, you need
28:22
to buy time you don't have money
28:24
in that day. You basically trade
28:24
for time to live. So you know
28:29
you're living on borrowed
28:30  Trev
time on the way home from
28:30
the from the pub, and you do
28:33
well. How would you park your
28:33
bed on the way home from the
28:35
pub?
28:36  Wayne
Baraka, Bab? I suppose
28:36
you give them time for it. So he
28:39
goes, how much is a chicken
28:39
kebab and you say 10 minutes, so
28:42
you give him 10 minutes? A
28:42
wrist? Yeah. You're trying to
28:46
lock it. You said you just
28:46
talked about animating robots.
28:50
So don't stop me. You said
28:51  Trev
that. Well, I'll give you
28:51
10 minutes off my wrist.
28:56  Wayne
To be honest, I'd be
28:56
quite happy to give him 10
28:58
minutes off my wrist. But is it
28:58
is you know it's a good it's a
29:03
fun film not overthinking. I'm
29:03
not I'm not looking for shakes.
29:06
If you want it's crap. It's not
29:06
crap. It's a six out of 10 but
29:11
if it's a Saturday night you're
29:11
looking st we've actually yeah,
29:13
I think he's a great actor. I
29:13
think he's pretty now for dog is
29:16
good and it's good in all them
29:16
rooms is a shot. And he was good
29:20
in in sync was it or whatever
29:20
they called. You know,
29:24
especially that backstreet?
29:24
backstreet? This one wasn't it?
29:28
I don't know whichever one it
29:28
was. But yeah, he was it was
29:30
good in all that said, Well,
29:32  Trev
no, I will agree to
29:32
disagree. Awful it was crap.
29:35  Wayne
Yeah, but I'm not saying
29:35
it's brilliant. I said the six
29:37
out of 10 it's like, I'm putting
29:37
that in
29:39  Trev
your favour and film ever.
29:39
I think you found your your
29:42
thing.
29:43  Wayne
I found my Fight Club.
29:43
That's it in time. Your second
29:47
recommendation or non
29:47
recommendation I know you've
29:50
seen a non recommended my
29:50
offering.
29:54  Trev
Shot Caller Ah, now we're
29:54
talking that so here we go.
29:58
You're talking 60s. I'm talking
29:58
Lights now it's a very good
30:02
film. Prison drama kind of
30:02
thing, but with a different
30:07
reminded me of American History
30:07
X. Yes, but we've read next.
30:12
Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Obviously, some
30:12
great handlebar moustache is
30:16
being worn in it. Thank
30:17  Wayne
you. Yeah,
30:18  Trev
I'm really So Amanda is
30:18
really she's
30:21  Wayne
my boy he's got some
30:21
really great
30:23  Trev
drawing on gang lentos
30:23
Yes, there's a lot of lot of men
30:28
walking about with baggy prison
30:28
trousers on their shirts. I
30:35
think got the top button up.
30:35
Kind of
30:37  Wayne
mixture of likes
30:37
basically half dressed men with
30:39
their trousers around your
30:39
ankles.
30:43  Trev
Yeah, that's what does it
30:43
for
30:44  Wayne
me. I tend that's why I
30:44
say I tend to stray away
30:48  Trev
more seriously. It's a
30:48
really really good feel. He's a
30:51
really good. Really. Yeah, he's
30:51
Yeah, the dude out of Game of
30:55
Thrones is in it in a really
30:55
good film. they've read they
30:59
made a book of Jo nesbo. Is it
30:59
headhunters? That's really good
31:03
if you get a chance to see that.
31:03
There's a really good bit of an
31:06
outside toilet in that movie,
31:06
which was quite good. But yeah,
31:10
this this shot callers Yes. Got
31:10
that America really good. If
31:14
you're not prison dramas, and
31:14
he's quite gruesome, actually.
31:18
quite nasty. Yeah. There's a lot
31:18
of shivers in it.
31:21  Wayne
Yeah. Yeah. That's not
31:21
rude. Either way. Yeah. That's
31:24
not what you think he's in the
31:24
shower that Yeah,
31:26  Trev
exactly. Yeah. Yeah.
31:27  Wayne
Yeah. No, there's no I
31:27
don't
31:32  Trev
know, Billy. Billy.
31:32
Remember that?
31:34  Wayne
Yeah. I'm the daddy now.
31:34
Yeah, yeah. Oh, right. Yeah,
31:40
that's the streaming the week is
31:40
the only role he's ever done.
31:45
But yeah, that's the that's the
31:45
stream of the week as
31:47
recommendations or non
31:47
recommendations in my case, even
31:50
though I was recommending it,
31:50
but try to put that down for me.
31:54
But I think that moves straight
31:54
into our new segment. trif,
32:00
which is one that I always
32:00
giggle when I say and that Sarah
32:04
dicker the week,
32:06  Trev
nice
32:15  Wayne
pic of the week. So Trev
32:15
and myself had a bit of fun with
32:20
this one we thought we'd go a
32:20
bit cultural again like when we
32:22
go into our art shows and things
32:22
like that. And we thought that
32:25
travellers do a bit history this
32:25
teach our audience something
32:28
about somebody from the past and
32:28
all our history. I feel like I
32:30
know a bit about history. Yeah,
32:30
yeah, I mean, really funny.
32:33
We've lived long enough now
32:33
where our basically our whole
32:35
life history. Yeah, it's but we
32:35
thought we'd go Richard the
32:40
Lionheart, you know, as he was,
32:40
well, what a success this is,
32:43
and we we've already recorded
32:43
this. And to be honest, I was
32:46
embarrassed to actually put it
32:46
out there gonna use it. Well, we
32:49
know. But we listened back and I
32:49
kind of went, do you know what?
32:54
It's crap because it's obvious.
32:54
We don't know anything about
32:57
Richard the Lionheart. But it's
32:57
kind of entertaining in a kind
33:01
of chain. Yeah. So we're gonna
33:01
keep it in. So yeah. Are you
33:05
ready for this trip? Yeah, God,
33:05
we're gonna have a go sticker
33:09
the week this week is Richard
33:09
the Lionheart? So this week's
33:13
dekha the week we thought we'd
33:13
go a bit historical and it's
33:16
basically put us out of our
33:16
comfort zone because we can't
33:19
because it's not movies.
33:19
Basically. We're very much in
33:22
our comfort zone. Although there
33:22
has been a Richard the Lionheart
33:25
movie. We can't just reference
33:25
that because it wouldn't be
33:28
realistic really. But Richard
33:28
the Lionheart, a well famous
33:32
British icon born in September
33:32
11 57, and they say that despite
33:38
being born in England, he may
33:38
not have spoken actual English.
33:41
It's a bit like the introvert. I
33:41
suppose. Yeah,
33:43  Trev
he was he took what would
33:43
you told me in not Cockney?
33:47  Wayne
I don't think it's
33:47
Cockney not English. I don't
33:49
know is it kakani
33:50  Trev
sound it does it
33:50
sometimes.
33:52  Wayne
I know. To be fair, we
33:52
will ask What's his name? Oh my
33:59
God. He was all for Ray Winstone
33:59
in Black Widow. Oh, yeah. I was
34:04
terrible.
34:09  Trev
To be honest, there must
34:09
have been a decent Russian actor
34:13
they could have got Yeah, Brian
34:13
culture is better in red. Yeah.
34:17
Yeah.
34:17  Wayne
Anyway, what Yeah, sorry
34:17
Richard the Lionheart is
34:20
remembered most for being a
34:20
chivalrous mediaeval King for
34:22
battling Saladin during the
34:22
Crusades. And I love all that
34:26
era. I don't know enough about
34:26
the crusade.
34:30  Trev
Is that like the salad bar
34:30
and pizza? You
34:33  Wayne
know, it's like everyone
34:33
tries to avoid it normally is to
34:35
I'm trying to get the pizza but
34:35
in this instance, he Odense
34:39
Yeah. He fought for it and 1157
34:39
or whatever it was, it was only
34:42
599 in them days. It's probably
34:42
about 35 quid.
34:46  Trev
So he was fine. It was
34:46
fine for a ride. Have a salad in
34:51  Wayne
a salad in Pizza Hut.
34:51
Richard was Jesse's offer is a
34:56
bit like you know what you hear
34:56
about some of the other cultures
34:59
Richard was born. drugged, drove
34:59
to a nine year old princess
35:03
Elyse good work big Richard was
35:03
was unwilling though it was he
35:06
didn't get married to the nine
35:06
year old as a good thing Richard
35:09
was unwilling to get married and
35:09
produce an air when Richard
35:11
succeeded his father to the
35:11
throne at the age of 31. In the
35:14
end in 1189, he had an
35:14
obligation to father an Air and
35:18
Air. Wish you could find some
35:18
hair for me, I can put it on my
35:21
head, but who needs it? Who
35:21
needs a hair clinic for 5999?
35:30
Yeah, I can have you
35:32  Trev
out of work out of the
35:32
fibres you can sell. We know
35:35
nothing
35:35  Wayne
about this because we're
35:35
just talking Absolutely. Yeah,
35:39
it's not it's not exactly. I was
35:39
gonna say bargain hunt. I wasn't
35:44
thinking about what's the one
35:44
when they dig things out. It
35:46
mostly
35:47  Trev
time. Yeah. And the only
35:47
thing I can think of for Dickie
35:52
Lionheart would be like his
35:52
breastplate being like we're
35:56
lying on it. You know the old
35:56
yes in
35:59  Wayne
reliance on your chest.
35:59
Yeah, Joe's remains. We haven't
36:03
got George
36:04  Trev
on that now because it's
36:04
not this and Jojo would have
36:07
thought they'd probably like
36:07
some Richard the Lionheart
36:09
costume is going out there but
36:09
people don't realise they
36:12
probably are. No, yeah, I know.
36:12
virtually nothing about Richard
36:17
the Lionheart apart from Sean
36:17
Connery play in in the end of
36:20
Robin Hood.
36:20  Wayne
Ah, that's true. And
36:20
those because they say Richard
36:23
met the legendary outlaw Robin
36:23
Hood. I didn't even know he was
36:26
real. I mean, Kevin Costner
36:26
killed that for me when he was
36:29
an American speaking twing Yeah,
36:29
Robin of Sherwood coming up
36:34
through drain pipes. Yeah, so I
36:34
like Kevin Costner. I've got no
36:37
problem with it. Yeah, yeah,
36:37
he's done much better in his
36:40
movies. To be honest,
36:41  Trev
I still quite like a
36:41
little bit.
36:44  Wayne
The only good thing about
36:44
Alan Rickman is called in it is
36:47
very true. It's very sad. You
36:47
just like, Is it because I know
36:50
you used to play that Bryan
36:50
Adams song every single day
36:54
thing I see. You know, he just
36:54
went to karaoke. You can't help
36:57
yourself, right? It's sad. So
36:57
that's all we know about Decker
37:00
the week it was Richard the
37:00
Lionheart? I'm sorry, we've
37:02
mocked you.
37:05  Trev
someone knows a lot about
37:05
Yeah,
37:07  Wayne
tell us because we've got
37:07
no chance of taking any
37:10
information about Richard the
37:10
lineup. So this week's tip of
37:12
the week was a total waste of
37:12
time. Sorry for if we've
37:15
offended anyone. And we'll save
37:15
it for next week. So sorry about
37:21
that everyone, is what it is. We
37:21
thought we'd leave it in any
37:24
way. And mainly the other reason
37:24
we thought we'd leave it in is
37:27
because I took time out to write
37:27
some questions down that I could
37:30
ask Trev afterwards, and I
37:30
didn't want to have to restart
37:32
it again.
37:34  Trev
I hope I don't sound
37:34
stupid. When I answer these
37:37
questions. I did what I did that
37:37
sounded like an absolute dog.
37:42  Wayne
thing is we really done
37:42
it thinking that this will sound
37:44
really cultural and historical
37:44
and kind of sound
37:47  Trev
intelligent, it sound
37:47
intelligent, interesting. We
37:49
love the way or we're out of our
37:49
comfort zone. Because we can't
37:54
really talk about movies. That's
37:54
what I did.
37:58  Wayne
is true is choice. We're
37:58
in their comfort zone, you can
38:02
tell straight away we go
38:02
straight into our comfort zone.
38:04
And we've talked about coming
38:04
out that we did at least we
38:06
tried, like we said we did in
38:06
that in that episode, we come
38:10
out of our comfort zone. It
38:10
wasn't a good effort, but we try
38:13
and fall right back into it and
38:13
we fell right back into our
38:16
comfort zone. But I've got a few
38:16
questions here. Trev just got it
38:18
you know. So first one, Richard
38:18
was known by the cognomen the
38:23
Lionheart he had also had other
38:23
cognomen also based upon a
38:29
characteristic What was it?
38:29
Richard the colonel Richard yea
38:35
or nay? Richard the greedy or
38:35
Richard of Oxford? I know that
38:40
didn't make sense but just
38:40
humour me. Oxford Well, I'm
38:49
sorry to say it was Richard yea
38:49
or nay Richard got the nickname
38:52
yea or nay Ani due to the
38:52
rapidity with which he made
38:56
decisions, which is not like
38:56
last year. Yeah. Great. Thanks.
39:00
So yeah, we're learning about
39:00
Richard now.
39:01  Trev
You can call me Trev.
39:01
Maybe? Exactly. Definitely.
39:07  Wayne
When Richard went on
39:07
Crusade, whom did he nominate?
39:11
As he's a guy that word again as
39:11
he's air in case something
39:15
happened to him while away? Was
39:15
it alpha of Brittany? JOHN count
39:20
of mortain Jeffery of Brittany
39:20
Jeffrey. Thank you very much.
39:31  Unknown
Nothing else could have
39:31
been in the room waiting.
39:36  Wayne
GP Jeffrey of your great
39:36
offer. Richard went on crusade
39:45
whom did he nominate as he's
39:45
there in case something happened
39:48
to him while away Arthur of
39:48
Brittany. JOHN count of mortain
39:52
Jeffrey of Brittany or Jeffrey
39:52
of yoke of Brittany joke. Which
39:58
one
39:59  Trev
is Gabi one Jeffries
40:00  Wayne
is a Jeffrey as it is.
40:00
Let me just give you this now
40:04
because it's not. It's not it's
40:04
an offer of Brittany, he's the
40:08
answer for that one. At least
40:08
people learning stuff. This is
40:11
the
40:13  Trev
end of the question. We're
40:13
still going, one for you off.
40:16  Wayne
Okay, just carry on in
40:16
order to raise money for his
40:19
crusade. What action did Richard
40:19
take? He sold crown lands, he
40:24
sold charters to towns allowing
40:24
them freedom from feudal
40:28
obligations, public obligations,
40:28
nation, he awarded court
40:32
verdicts on the basis of bribes,
40:32
or was it all of these?
40:37  Trev
Then, you know, when on a
40:37
scratch card?
40:39  Wayne
No, I know that would
40:39
probably be likely nowadays if
40:42
you wish to be.
40:44  Trev
That's not the stable diet
40:44
of the English person. Scratch
40:48
card and a Red Bull. Not a red
40:48
board. Yeah.
40:51  Wayne
That's all they stock in
40:51
most corner shops. So crown
40:57
lands is all of all. We've got
40:57
it right now, but we've got one
41:03
more I think we'll have trip to
41:03
make it nice. Now.
41:05  Trev
I got a question for you.
41:05
All
41:06  Wayne
right. Let me do this one
41:06
first. Richard had for 20 years
41:10
been Petro? Do you see the form
41:10
we mentioned we been betrothed
41:13
to Philips half sister, as a
41:13
result of the betrayal, watch
41:17
stupid words, engagement. And
41:17
she had also been raised at the
41:21
core of Henry the second. Who
41:21
was that lady? Was it Joan? Was
41:26
it Margaret? Was it la? Or was
41:26
it Matilda?
41:31  Trev
Matilda?
41:34  Wayne
shoe. That's the same
41:34
girl allies. thing? Yeah, we
41:38
just mentioned it in the in the,
41:38
in the cultural part. But yeah,
41:42
that one hour for trip. Not bad.
41:42
25% This is your casing. So
41:47  Trev
you're such an expert on
41:47
rainbow. Yeah, but not the
41:51
really cool. Not the really cool
41:51
heavy metal band. Everybody.
41:54
God. Grabbed Bonnie. Rod Janan,
41:54
Freddie, hold up.
42:02  Wayne
Oh, I'm gonna get that
42:02
shot. Yeah, so sorry. That was
42:05
that was a given. So yeah,
42:05
that's basically conclude in
42:09
this week's episode Trove. So I
42:09
hope everyone enjoyed it. Well,
42:13
yeah. What are you hoping to get
42:13
out of this next week trip?
42:16  Trev
But this basically, to do
42:16
as least as possible, really?
42:22  Wayne
I've been working
42:22
listening to this episode, since
42:24
it's right up to date. Thank
42:24
you, boss. That's right. And I
42:29
look forward to seeing you next
42:29
week. Well, yeah. Pretty much
42:32
the same. But to keep that to
42:32
yourself. But yeah, you know,
42:35
I'll do a good job at making
42:35
myself look good. Yeah. And
42:39
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42:39
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