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Australia's 2 biggest blokes

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Jack and Cap keep trudging along through murky depths of COVID making their greatest ideas. Jack goes on a search for the world's greatest monkey to send in to space and Capper promotes the rebellious world of books. Give us a review on itunes or join the Fun Catch Ups Facebook Group for other stuff likes notes, sketches etc See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A The podcast fans, you of friendship,but also humor well, you've come to the right place. It's time for fun, Tattas,that's right, fun, catchups, Oh yeah! Fun is going yes, Australia, relax, relax, you're in hardtimes, there's been bush fires there's been covered before that there was acouple of failed. The strange sitcoms didn't get a second season, but afterall, this disaster is one thing you can rely on, and that is two of Australia'sbig as blocks sitting down discussing ideas at their finest is about to hit youread drums God. If there was a podcast with it, they found Australia's twobiggest blokes and made them talk to each other every week. That would besubscribe straight away. That's a that is a good. Listen! I'm going to put that in thedescription tomorrow and they were yes. They have nochemistry, they're, not funny or interesting, but they are like volumewise, the two biggest blokes in Australia and they have to talk to eachother and and if another book becomes bigger than one of them in betweenweeks like they swap them out, it's not there's no loyalty. If you get bigenough you're in you're in the booth yeah, you get you get branded with abig branding on. If you get small and then kicked out, you just get branded by brand sayingsmaller Blaye get out man, that's what we should do. Weshould do an experiment where we just randomly change the name of this podcast toAnzac stories, yeah and then in the description, but the two biggest blockssit down with a few bees and record this in the back of a fourwill drive talking about their bloody old times.If you need something to keep your company, when you're driving a truckfull of one bats across the Nella, then you need Anzac stories with Australia'stwo biggest blocks. They are yeah pound for pound, more Australian than anyoneelse. There's more, this put more physical Australian in each of theseones than any other person yeah, you couldn't even to say, builtlike a brick shit ass. These books are built like a large toilet block usedfor a sporting event of some kind. That's how big they are. The thing you thought of was still alike. A toilet facility, yestate, bigger it's a larger toiletfacility, nothe, bigger or studio you could come, could fit for thatexpression. It's not a bad bit man to just walk outand go yeah. I know what you're thinking this bloke's, not gilt like abrick shit, ouse he's built like an entire like a larger toilet facility like whenyou'd see it a grand stand, or you know sport. You know guys builtlike one of those plastic Portolu things that they take out at you know: Music, festivals and rural agricultural fairs. That kind ofthing yeah, yeah yeah, is not built like it's not like MC G,toilets be yeah, but also he's like, but bigger than public, like like public park, toilets. Imagine like aaround that yeah. Imagine like a decent sized pub where they have like you haveto walk around the Allia, walk through the big garden to get to the toiletsand they'll have like three or four separate cubicles there. You know thatkind of thing that kind of bloke yeah yeah yeah, that's good! That'sthat's! That's the kind of Bloke I am you just talk about that! Well, you just go described the l yougo. I met this bloke once and he was buddy huge. He was he was built, he was be. It was biggerthan a brick. Shite was yeah, so I was a small toilet block yeah like an like a cosmic shit house towering overthe galaxy, and it was a real big blow. I said here you go on. He said allright think Mike Yeah. Sometimes you can't judge your book by its cover, bigbloke squeaky voice. Who would havethought? I can't wait to just imagine...

...you can't wait to what get back in tostand up. We get back on the stage rip out my new big bit. I don't do thatwhen I get to a GIG and just like fax stages, all my comedian friends, Ihaven't seen it for ever just like start talking so much shit about howmuch I've been writing and how sharp my ideas have gotten and like how good itis. I've had all this time to like really figure myself out and lock inall these killer ideas, and it's just it's been a blessing and I'm just goingto really be tearing it up. You know I got so much so much gold now and thengo straight into a big block, squeaky voice, Atta's. That would be so cool I'm goingto man. I would love to film that just go.I've been written so much during Ovid and I think it's my newest craziestweirdest stuff. I think it's going to take the stand up world by storm. Yeahdefinitely is going to be instrumental and what happens all right, just walk out there and goanyone here, got small balls. Oh look at me. I got small bon s three or four minutes. So that's whatI go. No no balls is Sol me. That's actually pretty good, I'm goingto be in it yeah yeah around on it as well. Actually, but you've got to do it in the voice.You did it in with like a a duchess like a British yeah, my balls: are she smoke as scientist put them in a shrinkingmachine? Oh No BLIME! My balls are quite small andlittle, Oh, my God, man before we get into this into these ideas. I that thatcharacter is reminded me of something I've been. You know just some weird pops up on youtube and you're curious or well. I saw think Cambo was talking about it. Ilooked it up, CAMO's my housemate, but there's this British kid show called Grandad inmy pocket. God Damn is the funniest thing I'veseen in so long. It's this. Just this grand dad and he's got a magical capand he can just shrink down to like the size of a mouse, but only his grandsoncan know about it. It's their little secret and it's like the you can justthere's something. There's like an age range of kids, kids programming whereyou can tell like the brief is like hey. Does this need to be good? No, it'stargeted for people who, like don't even know how to talk yet it just putit whatever shit you want. It doesn't matter like reuse footage. Don't secondguess the scripts just do whatever the fuck you want doesn't matter. So it'slike some of the bits from it just made, and all the characters are just like it's. It's like if I wrote a mainscript to make fun of British people is what the dialogue is like, like they'reobsessed with something called juble Juley biscuits and it's like Corantegot pranked by this mean cousin he so he has to use his magic cap to stealback all the Juvia jobble biscuits, and so it's like and he's always jumping onbirds and like planes and stuff to fly around it, but as it's so good, but my favorite Ijumped to this random bit and it's just like a man who is like aninconceivable person. You know it's not like anyone you'd ever meet in reallife, just this insane over the top carton, stereotype kind of like yeah. Just this kind of like oddBritish guys got like a big, just an enormous, pink bow tie and like thiswacky suit, and he walks into the room and there's all like this tiny littlefurniture everywhere and he's like a tiny little table that tiny littlewardrobe, that's a tiny little bed and then the granddad walks out and he's all thesize of a mouse and he's dressed as a butler, and he goes good day, sir, andhe goes a tiny little man and then he picks up the Grandad and like holds himright up to his face. He's like you, the tiniest Butler I've ever seen, andthen the grind that goes. What is it eve? Grain that goes? My motto is small. Is Marvellous and then the Guy Goes E. that's my Modo too, and then thegrinded says. Well, perhaps you'd like to reward me with a special Golden Starand then he goes well, there's a fabulous idea and then gives the oldman a golden star and then, like the kids voice over goes granddads plan hadworked. It like why the what fucking...

...plan was that? How was that anyone'splan created play your big plan to get agolden star off the craziest man alive like what's happening man, that's so like. I would love it ifto do it created. This was just some. I don't know like rich kid that just took a heap ofpsychedelic or something is got a rich dad that got him into it and then someother dudes written some epic beautiful adventure, time type, kids, show yeahand then Grandad in my pocket gets through like yeah. It's just got this,like God had started, and this other guysjust got to see grandaddy my proby like this go. Oh myGod, not even children are this. Do what is going on. It was it's weird. Itwas like exactly the same as when, like kids shows when I was a kid, and so youjust you know, used to it. You, like, Oh yeah, yeah. I guess that's what akid show looks like, and then you remember like. I was a kid almostthirty years ago. Why is that? Why haven't they changed a little bit like well, the exactly used to I used towork in ABC shop and I think they sold Grandad in my pocket there. I thinkthey did. It sounds familiar. I never watched it, but it was realweird because they would have incredibly successful shows that werevery in depth like I think there was one called this. The aquinas orsomething and the graphic design in the books were amazing. The animation wasamazing. The stories were so cool and they're, the ones that really resonatewith kids to stay with them for the rest of the time yeah, and then you have other ones. It's likeGrandad in my pocket and you just like but yeah. So I was like when I was whenI used to watch cartoons. I watch Ryan stemp X, men or whatever, like x, menand the the later transformers were quite dark, like optimis prime dies andstuff, and I was like eight watching this. We, like watching his soul, go totransform AL world and all this kind of stuff and x men was quite depressingbecause they hadn't like an apocalypse and machines, took over the world yeahand I thought Oh wow. I was like pretty smart to grow up with these in depthcartoons, but then you and I watch duck tails once which I also watches a kid,and I was like this is the dumbest show a like. I am a like. NIJAR turtles wasn't evendrawn properly like they'd, be framed missing and stuff yeah and he gothere's no way like I was actually pretty dull yeah.Well, I didn't like. I didn't watch any TV until I was like nine or ten orsomething because we didn't have TV when we were in Canada. But then, whenwe moved to Australia, there was like I mean our family didn't have TV that TVexists in Canada, but they're like when we moved to Australiaat our grandparents house, and they had a TV- and it was just like me and my brother will watch- wouldjust watch dragon bulls every morning and it was like yeah just justdestroyed our brains because it's like we, they did not seeing any televisionand then seeing like half an hour every morning. This show where it's just likethe most ripped man imaginable, like slowly powering up for just episode byepisode of like this is TV. This is all TV. I love it. Man, I heard a rumor. I heard a rumortoday actually about Dragon. Bullseye might tell me that Dragon Bulls really inspired, wait. Vests yeah, I bet so so. There was apparently there's anepisode where they play in a tournament, and I don't know the master goes. There'slike a final round or something that's meant to be really hard. The mastergoes, Oh, you can take your weights off now, yeah and then the guy takes the weights offand he's like, Oh wow. Now I can fight like normal and everyone in thecompetitions like whoa. I think you you were fighting with a vest on orsomething and apparently that's what spark that's sparked like weights, vesttraining so much in the states like all acrossit. Oh Out, yeah. I know that there was a brief period where I watch narrator with my brother- and Iremember that was a a huge moment in that as well. Whenrockly took off his weights, it was rockly anyway. That's sick that, like a huge fitnessmovement, just came out of like a drawing of a ripped man. It's such a simple. Like Oh look atthat guy's packs. We got to replicate that Guy's workout regiment, it's likeis a drawing dude yeah. Well, that's all I was trying tobecause I was you and I try and train with the ways best whitetrain with a backpack full of bricks yeah, but he said that your strengthactually goes up. Very miniscule like...

...it doesn't make that much doesn't actually help you that much they did some study or something withthe wait vest and because you don't, you are not using your form right orwhatever you're better off just doing eight hundred light, you know, sit pullups than doing you know, ten, really tough ones, witha weight on yeah yeah. You and I know a man who psychicowho has like I've only met him once and he he told me talked about this today.Oh really yeah yeah we had like I was crazy yeah. He walks around with likeweight strapped to his feet at all time for work out yeah, and I don't know ifthat's good or bad, but like the first and only time, I've made him. He toldme, like all these stories, about how I used to do. I used to be a Pon Star,went into this like a pretty racist story about the time he had sex with anAsian lady for a porno yeah, and it's like, I feel, like that's colored, myperception of people who have white vests on their feet. Men. Exactly! Yes, exactly, that's itthat's the effect it had on me as well, yes, yeah yeah. Now I said exactly because hesaid what he wore the leg weights and itmade sense because he said he used to play a fl and he'd wear the leg waitsbefore a game. Then he'd take him off and then he felt free and he could jumphigher and run faster and everything yeah because he felt freer, but he wasn't playing a flaw. It wasshooting a horse racing commercia. I don't think you need. I don't thinkyou need the leg weights on for that. You know yeah and it didn't take himoff when we were shooting. I wasn't like he popped him off, so he could bemore dynamic on the camera or anything yeah. I must admit, though, when you and Iused to do our shows in front of with the with theweight vest on that was the best comedy festival. ShowI've ever done so yeah we did. The the rest of truth were,would practice our shows and where the ten Kila waits on it and yeah any anybudding comics. Listen. That's how you get good, that's he you real good yeah, but eventhough my flat mate told me today that you know- and I do believe in that it'sprobably only miniscule your progress from wearing a wait, festor whatever, I'm still going to do it because I still feel tougher yeah. Iagree, make those mental gains as well. YeahYeah Yeah me, and so I haven't been thatgood at the ideas this week. I've come up with a lot, but none good, I'mafraid. Haave you been going, I've been all right. I think I've been prettybusy working on sketches and doing stuff, but I think, like yeah, I haven't been solid on doinglike five a day or ten a day or like a regiment, but I've just kept one bigdocument going and just been consistently adding to it so yeah. Idefinitely got some great great. All right, hop up in thedock. Hit me up. Throw out me what you got.All right was the first all right. The first one, I've selected that I don'tthink we talked about last time- was pivotal moments in space history and it's maybe a video about the like the space race and like the firstpeople to get out of Albert and man in the moon and then there's a big thingabout thee written here. That there's there's too much attention on who gotthe first monkey into space and not enough attention on who got the bestmonkey into space. And then it's this a great, detailed explanation of why thethe Russian monkey they sent up was like made. The American monkey looklike Shit and just like a breakdown of the different tricks they knew and whattheir personalities were like yeah. That's good! Yes, like I sent a monkey up in spaceand it was wearing a Tuxedo and it could do like you know those really scathingpolitical ads where they point out all the flaws of who their opponent is. Itcould be a bit of that kind of thing, or it talks about like how yeah how cruel and stupid one of themonkeys is. Oh, that's good man, Yeah Yeah Yeah. What is it because the Russiansthat were ever the first ascent a dog in the space right? I think so I don'tknow all this stuff, but my loose understanding was that Russia was first to do almost everything. But thenAmerica got the credit because they got a. They got a man on the Moon Firstd. Iseemed like such a bigger...

...accomplishment, but I'm pretty sureRussia was like first on every other kind of milestone. Yeah Yeah. Do you know what is so weirdto remember the name of the Dog Laker Laker Laker Yeah? That's a good dog! Isn'tthat weird yeah? It's a good name for a dog. I remember being upset when I was a kidwhen they told me that- and I said what happened to the dogs now like the datethey died like yeah like you're, not going to getthe dogs back. It would be crazy if the dogs never died like if, in yourlifetime, the dogs that were sent up in the late S, it's like yeah. If you geta dog into space, something about the gravity, it just lives forever. It'sfine yeah! If it's survives re entry, it's nevergoing to die. That's the key Tadon yeah it'd be cool. If the dogs, one of thedogs, Um kind of got back miraculously and then gain some kind of super parents baseand then killed the Russian government yeah it's kind of like a fantastic fool dog. That would be great. Actually if therewas like a fantastic for group that it all come in contact withsome kind of asteroid or something that gave them magic powers, but one of themwas a dog and yeah. So T it's so much so much of their work is trying to,like you know, like corral the dog, into going on their the dogs like byfire, the most powerful, so they need the dog they always got to like rewardhim with little treats and stuff defeat their enemies and save the city. Everytime like a and the dog gets distracted. All like Idon't know someone will throw a ball and I'll grab the ball and just destroyeverything. To get to the ball- and you know it's just really annoyingit'll. You know: they've got like this big beast of final, be like chilling ona cushion in a cafe and like using all his powers to destroythe cushion yeah they'll, be like professor devastation is like rippingthe city to shreds and the sending in their super dog to kill him a bit inlike because there's so many dead people there's all these bones aroundeverywhere. So it's always so distracted by all the just sniffing through all re stuff flies to like sniff somewhere else- andI I oh God this do. This dog is a nidis seriously wakes up in the night and just destroysthat they've got to keep putting it in this weird like prison thing. It's like you know that you know when adog has like stitches or something they're got to put the cone on, so itdoesn't nibble at it, edits, wond or whatever. It's like. They gotta figure out out,because if it tries to nibble in its wound, it'll just completely annihilateitself like its power, it's the only thing that could destroy itself. Sothey got gotta, get like a cone made out of some kind of some kind of likewolverine metal or some they not like titanium or some shit yea. I mean it's good, so what the okay, so I too can send the best monkey intospace yeah. I think it's like one of those like a documentary or somethingwhere the recounting great moments in space history and it's like everyonewas talking about the Soviets getting the first dog into space, but whatthey're forgetting is that their dog was stupid, maybe more energy on what the best dogin the space. I don't know now I'm saying that loud. It's not it's notkiller, but I think you could you once you write it up. You can have some funwith it: Hey man organs great organs like anoriginal idea. You know and it is kind of believable like back.Then they all did all kinds of stuff like west, Germany and East Germany orwhatever like West Berlin, East Berlin or whatever. Apparently they wouldbuild the biggest tower on one side of the Berlin Wall and then they wouldbuild the next tower a little bit higher yeah, and then you know juststuff like that. Always happened yeah. Well, I think I think I think that's one ofthe only good things about the twenty first century is there's. This lostcompetitiveness that we have in the old days between countries. Well, I thinkthere's there still is that. Can Yes, but it's still back, then it was likeyou didn't have the Internet, so you were just focused on other things likeyeah fuck fucking to you. Had you want distracted the wall yeah with no build a towel? That'sbigger, but no energy, no instar! That's the other thing is like peoplealways talk about how we're so distracted with social media and in theold days you could focus more. It's like yeah, but they weren't, focusingon good stuff, like they were, focusing...

...all their rage on like West Berlin andall times. That's not a yeah. It's not better than crawling through photos. Yeah like yeah. I don't know if you don'thave instar, you beat up a homosexual, you know yeah it wasn't. It wasn't goodalternatives in the past yeah there was nothing there was stuck. There was absolutely no vegetarians.Yea people were killing each other. Peoplewere killing animals, Yeah Tak, if it it's like. You know we know withoutwasting all your time on. If everyone wasn't on their phones all the time youhad more time to focus on hate crimes and stuff, it's better back, then yeah yeah, yeah, yeah man. I've just got to get my notes.I don't know where I put him I'll just be one minute sure beautiful. I got my notes right here,okay, so the ones I talked to you last time. Okay, so I thought of a few kind of ideas. God I discuss the window one books. My book is kind of like the mind of apsycho killer. At the moment, it's just scribbled, scribbledscribbled, all all everything and their stuff crossed out this little diagramsyeah. If someone found this to tell you what I don't know, what happened, I thought of something to promote books like like a books like. If you lined up allthese books, they could stop a bullet like. It would be me in front of like abook. Rack Yeah, like knowledge, is power, but having a lotof books to throw at some one who disobeys you. That's also power. If you dropped all of these from alarge height you'd crush a man's skull. You know what, if you threw this bookat a baby, you could tie all of these bookstogether, drop them off a bridge that would go straight through a passingcars wind screen books by one today, you know yeah. I love that. I lovethose because I think it's just a very funny,like vein of comedy anyway is like trying to make you know at school andstuff. Are they trying to make stuff that you know, isn't traditionally coolsuper cool? Where it's? You know, it's always like trying to make poetry goodand then it's like a book smashing through a brick wall or something likeit's always. It's so it's the lamest thing ever like. I think, that's great yeah. I don't know what else you coulddo like heaven. I was going to say something about howbooks a good fuel for fire and you could heat it up hot enough to cook adelicious barbecue on or something. But I guess I guess great burning books hasanother connotation but get it in the next of barbecue an yeah. That's good man. That's reallygood yeah. If I lit this book on fire and threw it into my landlord's face, maybe I wouldn't have to pay rent thatweek. Yeah, that's great man, that's reallygood and just shea could say some of the inlike books sink your teeth in one to one today orsomething like re, don't read one or something I know but yeah stuff. One Up! You know I don't know books turn one into a projectile today,books, the bigger the better yeah yeah soya. That's that's about,and I thought I could film that ont home yeah, it's a very. Maybe I could do it. Sorry, you guy, I was going to say yeah,it's a very good, simple one to film and I think that's like. I think,that's what we should be. That's almost more important, I think than anythingelse like just havin ideas. You can film quickly and get out there. I thinkthat's because it keeps it. I don't know if you're the same, but Ifeel like I'm realizing how many ideas just sit in a note book for a millionyears and never get going like. I think, that's kind of the curse of stand upbecause you want to be you only develop so many ideas at a time and you want toget your show good or whatever. Where now stand, ups kind of off the table,it's like a exciting time of like if I'm focused onvideos or other stuff. I can just I can...

...rip through these ideas. I can actuallyget them out there instead of having them just sit in my note book forever, Yeah for sure for sure man, yeah, YepYep. I think I think you're right I've been loving the how much you've beenpumping out lately. It's been Tompin, it's fun, you've been pumping and youyou, but I think, before you lagged a bit on the quality, but now the qualityis getting better and better and better yeah. I think it the quality of thesketch, I think the quality of the filming and just making making it looklike you've put a lot of time in yeah. I think it was definitely a learningcurve on the like the text side and also just like I'm not like a great,not even a good actor, but I think I was. I was very bad and now I'm justokay, which is you know if it keeps on this trajectory, then we'll get to maybe sort of good in like a year or something it's so funny man. You know it'ssomeone says if you wrack up ten thousand hours at something you're,just good at it. Yeah, and I was thinking, there's some exceptions like acting but may now you're getting way betterand I've Yeah I've really enjoyed them, they's, so good, the the ones you putout this week, the podcast one I got some heat as well. The psychicpsychiatric patient, one yeah yeah, the therapist, sketch put that in the groupon noting group get in there because it's I'm loving the group fun place.The yeah yeah, it's been fun, it is in front of people, have been respondingand commenting it's cool as hell, yeah, yeah, the fun catch up, T podcastgroup: It's it's free to get in tree for now!So getting quick! Now getting quick, we should charge a dollar entry yeah! It's IT'S A dollar entry! If you wantto hear our other podcast and Zac stories for the two biggest blocks inthe world, I love the idea of having. So it's not a patron for the show.Anyone can listen to the show, but if you want access to the VIP section ofthe group where you get to see the special post that we put up there, thatcost the dollar and it's not like, not any special content or anything. It'sjust us saying like what do you think of this week's up stuff, like that? We just keep asking is everything'sworth a dollar working on this working on. This week's EP should be out soon.Do you reckon this post was worth a dollar there's like the one person who'ssigned up like now, man, the Sanpan, that's great! So what else? What areyou? What are you excited about this week? A but or shall I go into anotheridea? I got a few yeah, a few things. We've talked about on the part I couldtry and make, but I'm just back to my ideas, a t R, we god I chose to. I was trying tohighlight ones. I wanted to talk about on the PODCAST, but I we were like right about to start so Idescribed whatever the first color I clicked on. So it's all in thishorrible lime, green kind of, like your mad, highlight, ran out of ran at ink.That's how many good ideas exactly yes! So it's in a night, bearish kindof like the mask C, mask lamed car. I got to mask them document that I'mreading from Man. I would love to the mask. They endup finding a job for the mask yea, and that was his job. Just a highlight.Shit is rolling around on documents. Just yeahs she's got a green high, lighter andhe's just really annoying in the office yeah. He works at like a doing like a research facility wherethey're going through a lot of different surveys and there's all theselike science like undergrads there who are doing their like jobs there as well,and they hate him so much because they're just quietly trying to getthrough UNI and do their job and he's like wow. Somebody stop me, Oh, likedoing the craziest thing, turning his body into all sorts of outrageous creatures and music andMariachi bands and stuff ye Jesus cry. It's gonna get throughthis course. They just keep the radio on it all times, because whenever itgoes off, yeah he's just like starts breaking into a dance and like it'squick, quick somebody put the trouble j back, od yeah. Well, I thought this could befunny. It's like. So I figure it's like a maybe it'scalled like cinema deep dive or something and be like a documentaryabout going through classic classic moments in cinema and differentcinematic genres. And so it's like a thing that profiles the it's like a forgotten genre that no oneremembers of the the ads Cop Trios everyonealways talksabout the Edie's cop does, but it is...

...like the forgotten general, where it'slike you know. No one remembers all thegreat es cop trio movies. You know it's like a trailer or something where it'slike he's a smack talken renegade plays by his own rules and he's a no nonsense.Veteran who've seen it all they've been tasked to take down the city's biggestdrug operation along with their third partner, Patrick Wallace, and thenthere's Patrick Wallace is like Oh, Hey, guys, nice to meet. You he's just themost normal guy with no discernible characteristics at all bad one of thesenior its like God. Damn it kid. You took out the whole city block with thatlast stunt. You know how much paper work I gotta do and then the other guyslike it's like at least I get results. You will bastard and then PatrickWallis is like hey easy fellows. It's good good points on both sides. Here,yeah it'll be like yeah. Then it's like an interview with the the writers of itis like yeah. The genre really never took off. I think it was because therewas really nothing about the Patrick Wallace. I think people people like theconflict between the other two, but they didn't know what to make ofPatrick Wallace. He kind of just did his own thing and kept to himselfwasn't exciting and a you know and a blockbuster sense. Yeah no Skrinkin week kind of not interesting, that's funny,no strength or wikness. You guys do you guys want me to go, getthe lunch, the like yeah sure cool either. If you have any any foodallergies or or preferences, I was going to get a Mexican. If that works.For you guys and they're like yeah, yeah, Patrick Mexicans, fine yeah doesn't even do anything they'relike usually you have the the cool dude. He doesn't do anything that that leastsaves the days. He doesn't even do that. He doesn't come up with any good newidea. Yea. He doesn't just doesn't really redeem himself, but he alsodoesn't embarrass himself. It's just like just a competent police officer.You know it's just kind of around yeah yeah they go I'll, go around the front.You go around the back I'll distract while you shoot, and then he goes are guys. Okay, if I just stay here, I'llkeep be out of this one yeah I'll call for back up, maybe yea. If we need it, I guess I guess Yeah Co.We probably will there's like eight dudes in a warehouse of him, six yeI'll call them yeah I'll. Just chill out. You knowyeah and it's I'm not going to shoot anybody. I don't want my hand to do itand there's like that's the thing with this like the new guy and then there'sthe other guy. Who is it's like his last day before he retires, orsomething and he's like getting old like like hey, like Patrick Wallis, islike right in the like: He's got nine years before retirement, so it's notreally new, but still, you know took a long way to go in his career, yeah yeah.You guys. I know my way around, like the behind the scenes of aninfringement and how it works and how to write one up and I'm very O. I canwrite up. I warrant very quickly, yeah yeah. I don't think I'll act on it,though I'm not. I don't do bus or anything. I'm nine years out, you knowyeah, I'm not particularly worried about my job, like I'm known andrespected around the office, but not not particularly memorable. Eitherhe's just a public servant really yeah. You can have the the big dramatic finalsenior. It's like the young rookie saved the day with his crazy antics,but he finally won the old timers respect in there in, like a you know,like some burned out construction side after the biggest shoot out of theirlife and they're, both you know covered in blood and stuff he's like hell. Inever thought I'd say this kid, but you did good and he's like thanks, OL timer,Hey, we still getting that bear he's like it got. Damn right, we are, andthen just Pan Up to Patrick Willas, like unscathed, didn't reallyparticipate in the shoot out at all. I like sounds good fellows first rounds on me thanks, Patrick. I guess first around to me no cocktail so and I got to get home so just one forme an I got a drive. Actually you guys better get all I'll have I'll get theround another I'll work it out. You know we'reworking out at early yeah. They clearly are done with them in work. They'relike a yeah, Patrick whatever, whatever you want is fine, but I can come along if you want andthey're like no don't come a e'll just I'll have a l of a Pepsi or something have a pepsy. It doesn't matter, MS,the most boring person, the...

...anything that makes Coca Cola excitingis boring, yeah man that is, that is good. I lovethat yeah, it's it's so good. They goin be it be fun to film. It woulddefinitely need a bit more. It's not like a symbol in the house filming one,but maybe one lock downs over and I could try and work on some way to film. That could befun. I've got one here, man that I might Imight ask for your opinion on this. One couldbe a bit of a collaborative effort. I think sure, because I think I've got agood premise that we could film in the House that you could film, maybe or so it's a guy watching tv like me andsomething comes up on the television and it's anonymous yeah. You knowanonymous e like this is anonymous. We have taken over your television, thegovernment and the system are bringing you down, but look at these Cheesley they're myeyes, you're, probably wondering which one ofthese cheeses, what if they had a little hat, look atthese little hats on up of these teasels. Now this cheese is carrying aknife. Now look closely at this pitcher. Ah,it's not a pizza. It's a flake saucer! I don't know like it's a thort be cool. I did because my I watch vevervendetta again yea and then the next day I saw a guy driving on Australia,post fan and he had an anonymous mass strapped to the Passenger SA head rest yeah. That rolls he's like Ialways rides with me yeah. So I thought Oh yeah, because Iwas trying to think of a lot of people on on Yutu and stuff film. These keepsketches at home, but it'd be even better to feel film a guy watchingsomething on TV that would I don't know that yeahand anonymous is kind of they're kind of a joke. I remember what one of theirdocumentaries, I think I showed you about when they talk about Cano, WestHares, hares, a fool and all this kind ofstuff like you can eat a fool yeah. I remember that, like the that was horrible, like they were justpointing out all the bad things about cane west- and I don't like cane west,but I was like this is so bad like calling him a fool.Well, I don't know yeah. I remember talking to you at the time when thathappened, that it was like. I think we came up on the idea that it's too oldnow I guess I don't know how you do it, but I thought it was very funny like like anonymous doing a thing aboutKanya West, but then it's like they're also enemies with like Isis, and it'sjust like through this, the system of alliances. It just forces Kano Westinto like an uneasy like alliance with Isis against anonymous. I guess theyhave to team up for some reason: Oh yeah, that's so good, a yeah yeahand if you have like you reacting to it on TV and it's like you're, reallyscared at first like it's like it, it's just sort of taking overyour t v out of nowhere like it, just the signal scrambles and you have likeAmos music and it's like. We are anonymous and you're, like, Oh God,what's happening, and then they just get sillier and Sillier as it goes on yeah yeah, bed yeah. I think it's one. That's thethe it's really cool, because the the setting is there m. usually youhave a premise and then you get the setting wrong yeah, but this one, youkind of got the setting and you just got to write a premise. That's good!That's really true! I think like yeah, I think when you're just creating stuffin your imagination, it's easy to get the premise and then actually lockingin on how it would work is the hard bit where, if you start with like the actual like meat and potatoes of it islike this is what it would look like, and here it is, then you can just getto the you know the fun work of just writingjokes into it. Yeah Yeah! Oh for sure, men yeah! No,that's yeah! So that's like I don't know it yeah, there's something we can. Wecan work on that one you know in maybe you know a couple episodes later. Wecan work on that one and go okay. I worked on this one better or somethingso yeah a really cool, because you come up with ten ten ideas a day or fiveideas a day like what we've been doing,...

...but then there's no saying that thedevelopment on an idea isn't counted as an idea or going back and joiningjoining two ideas together or something yeah totally, and I think, like people,people who enjoy this podcast, I'm sure it's like clearly you like seeingbehind the curtain on how coming up with ideas works. You know it's like itwould be cool to try and develop them a bit further on the show. That's a greatidea. Yeah might well I'm full of ideas. Do we want to say idea again, yeah I'll, say it a few more times, just as they said behind the curtain?Still, let's eat me up on the inside, so such a wanky like a look behind thecurtain, it's like God would do like you know. I don't like saying it'slike with it. You know it's like like we do gigs in. We don't don't do gigsfirst of all, but when we did, they were just didn't like Shit pups aroundtown. Most of the time you know it's not like we were playing the OperaHouse or anything. I look, but I wasn't. Even there was not even a curtain ifthis occur like you're, so happy it's like, so you feel. So it's like aadvent in your week. If there's a curtain, you like telling your friendsyou like calling your family how's comedy going Jack Good. There wasa curtain this time, a yeah, there's a curtain andeverything in the stage and the lights kind of were a little bit. I don't knowenhancing to the whole, they weren't just there for the sake of it, and itwas great all right I'll go go one more idea. One will give us all right. I justquick grow through all right. I reckon I think it's all right. So the idea is-and I know we said we're going to try and not do not do anything. That's like an adparody. So maybe I mean this is technically just a business idea, butif we can think of a way to Filmitis, isn't an ad parody or or who caresreally? But it's like a it's a business that it assists the career transitionbetween being like a secret agent super soldier into just doing bar fighting inSouth East Asia, because it's like every one of thosemovies like where it's like rocky or Jason, born or James Bond or all ofthem. It's always like they go out in a blaze of glory on submission and thenat the start of the next movie, they're always discovered like doing some kindof insane fighting in like a bar in South East Asia somewhere and likethere's a people just throwing money, betting at them and people arescreaming at them and they you know they always got to fight some guys likethree times their size or something, and they just you know they say to justfight for like a cup of Whiskey or something that don't even seem to begetting paid or anything. And it's just like yeah. Just a program talking youthrough, like we know what it's like you're a supersoldier at the top of the game, but then you are betrayed by your owncountry and your wife was assassinated. Well, here's your new job bar fighting in Thailand. Well and thenit's like yeah, you know and we can't make too many promises.These fights will not be fair, there's a good chance. Someone could chuck aSquarin at you in the middle of the ring so be prepared. Yeah, I mean that is such a good point you make,because that happens all the time, but you know what mean if I made an actualmovie. That is the first thing I would do like that. Would there is no call estart, then I always wanted to make a you know you, and I always talk aboutcool comedy trailers. You know for Comedy Festival shows I always wantedto do that for a comedy festival, one like yeah. You know what I mean like I get toogood at comedy and all the Comedians despise and they get me to perform aGIG on top of a train like this start of Sky Fall, and I do this Gig on the yeahme off the top of a train that was that was always and then andthen the yeah they don't know comedy die, so they need to get me back. Yeah come dis, doing it doing an open Mikein Asia or something yeah. It always yeah. The last thing we see of you asyou like, falling off a boat into the ocean like he's dead for sure nobringing him back and then it's like six years later, you've got a big beadand you got like living in some like thatched hut on a beach somewhere everyday you like walk into town and do a kick boxing match, I'm just doing open my gigs and ship,but they're, throwing Scorpions and...

...stuff to try an there's like some some. You know, guygo with with a chicken or something on his shoulder. You know what I m with a Bandana oranything like yeah. Sometimes you are too funny ends up ina motor bike chase or something- and it's always like, because it's like the super soldieralways seems to win the fight in the end. So it's like you still you'redoing the open Mike, but it's still like you're still killing, even though it'syou're in like they barely don't, really speak English and stuff, butyou've tailed the perfect set to the this, like rowdy pub in the middle oflike the Third World country somewhere like you're, always talking about howit's like how annoying it is to Bardo with like drunken Australians, havecome and been tank singlets or something it's like they're, alwaystrying to haggle. They don't know how to haggle. They don't know theetiquette and it's just like standing ovation killing now. Let's see how you make peoplelaugh with a python on star, and then it's like fence to the back ofthe room is like a it's like a book of for one of the bigmanagement companies or something like in a suit at the back stair and at youand it's like God, damn it he still got it gonna bring it back. For one last show there's this big Pathan, then you gowell. At least this thing isn't going to bethe only thing that gets strangling in tonight and everyone just like Wamanyeah, yeah man. I think you should do I mean you can't you could do that sketch,but I think man, it's it'd, be so good for you just to do a mini documentary to camera where youjust compile the lose starts. Like you, the Labor come back. Oh Yeah, yeah. Those film starts you,like my favorite yeah, my favorite one. Is this one or you could say how action films are universal now a lot of people complain about arethe same old story. Well, look at this and then you compare them and they'reall the same. Yeah or if you were doing it, you could sort of reference that if youwere doing it in an ad or something like, I know we're trying to get awayfrom the aid format, but it's like whether you're it's like you go likewhether you adjacent born or James Bond or rocky or rainbow, or the s like justgo through all of them, and you have a picture of flash up on screen of likeeach one of these guys in exactly the same situation like through thirtyyears of action. Movies Yeah, Oh man, that's great man! Well, I lovethat idea. It was great to in on a on a sweet on a sweet fun catch up in asweet, Prim and absolute home run of a premise. Absolute home run. Do you know baseball players? I'venever watched a game of baseball in my whole life, yet I know baseball players,names like Micky, mantle yeah or Jackie Robins, or whatever his nameis yeah. It's. How do I know that? Why do I know that it's weird it's likemovies use it to like set the time and the place, eventhough people don't necessarily know about baseball if they want to say it'slike it's like New York in the S or whatever they're like hey l, do youthink you are Mickey metal and that's you know meant to be a big joke orsomething yeah yeah yeah yeah, bicky manely. I don't know it's weird,because it seems that, like sports, like baseball or whatever seem to havesome kind of arty thing without habit, always isn't as kind of like a centerpoint between father and son or whatever or no matter how a tea someone is therealways no stuff about baseball yeah? It's like the there's, never going to be a pointwhere, like the the relationship that, like likeplaying catch with your dad or something with a baseball glove inmovies, like that's, never going to get replaced by like Ma training or like anew sport is er going to be a moment where it's like. I remember me and mydad out there doing doing park or together man be so funny if it dudes memory ofhis daddies is I's, dad breaking his arm in an arm bar yeah yeah. It wasn'tat Inson, see Sony doing it wrong. You gotta moveyou in around like this then like this, I love you dad. I loveyou too son. Now, let's get you go patch, O yeah. Now I got to show you Anaconda choke,but my arm is already broken,...

...just covering each other, sweat, yeah,just robbin, genitals and stuff. Just absolute, that's the memory shehas of his dad. Just not throwing a ball back and forth.It's absolutely sbody Bas, blotted yeah teaching them how to do. I pokes whenthe Rif isn't looking like his dead. What real dirty his dad's big fingers, conry love myMissouri did I take you away from me. Those were the good old days he walks in with, like her Broken Arbor,a broken Shin and to stick it out. These um just looks at him and nodslike to shake her head in a funny way like they're up to it. Yeah you boys, his father just gets the, but you knowwhen the dad's always a legend like he asked people about his dad. How he'slike? Oh Yeah, you dad did a few me. He did a few MME fights up at the localtournament. He's like Oh yeah. was he a real good fighter and he goes no. Hewas shit. He was fucking terrible cause. He was horrible. We still all beat the shit out of himand then the kid realized that the father was just frustrating just runnedto beat somewhere the commissioner. He lost his job forallowing your dad to fight that's how incompetent he was to change the regulations. You must have been practicing on like asix year old. He said he trained all the time. Definitely wasn't practicing against agrown man. That's for sure he wasn't. He wasn't practicing against anyonewith any type of strength whatsoever. Yeah, certainly not the martial artist,not even a fully grown person like an eight yearold, a kid at the most like the strength and the mentalcapacity to not to man. That's great, so good, all right!Well, he like to see your man be gonna, wrap it up. Okay, the lifeful to seeyou too, Sir and yeah. Thank you for listening. Give us a give us a review.Give us a subscribe if you're not subscribed, check out the group. If youwant a lot of fun stuff, getting posted there and yea, so thank you. Yeah Yeah, don't be afraid to post in the group.Go Hey guys! This is this would be a cool idea or whatever. Let us know whatyou think yeah totally. If there's any ideas, we've talked about that you'dlike to yeah, you like to see made or orwhatever yeah I just feel fretto get involved. Oh yeah, that's a good idea! Yeah YeahYeah! What one would you see like like to be see made or go? I have it thisone go. This is one of my favorites las yeah, absolute right, all right catch around begat man. So by.

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