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      CommentAuthorAriana
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009 edited
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    It's Friday, and we're back with a most fowl episode.

    ... I'm so sorry. That sort of awful punning will happen when I'm up from 2am. Nothing to be done about it but more Red Bull until the fugue passes.

    G'morning, Whitechapel. I am currently waiting for the new GI Joe episode to go live, catching up on listening to the week's new releases, and having a browse through the 4am Project site that Dan just linked me via twitter (they picked a lovely and familiar time of day). How's everyone here?
    • CommentAuthorC.K. Walsh
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    "CHIKKINZ!!!"
    I burst out laughing at that.

    I like the cheerful, friendly-banter feeling of this update. It's a complete and utter contrast to the man with his stomach sliced open.
    • CommentAuthorKradlum
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009 edited
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    I like the man with his stomach sliced open. What happened to the man with his stomach sliced open?
    But KK can distract me for an episode.

    I'm tired. The baby has an infection so is not sleeping well, which means I am not sleeping well.
    Going to a wake on Sunday.
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      CommentAuthorlordmitz
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    @C.K.Walsh --

    why not combine the two? :D

    oh deary me

    (time for me to duck)
    • CommentAuthorcjtremlett
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    I kind of like the friendly banter while we the audience know there's a man with his stomach sliced open out there that our friendly bantering FAs don't know about. Yet. It keeps up that niggling little back of the mind creepiness in the midst of all things sweet and adorable.
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    @lordmitz

    Shoots... scores
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    oooo, pretty. I need to buy the novel but can't find anywhere but amazon and I refuse to buy from there.
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    I just bust a gut at lordmitz's bit above. And now I am moving away to avoid the lightning that will soon strike him down....
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      CommentAuthorAdam
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    Oh, I LIKED this episode :) Mind you, none of the dialogue seems congruent with most of what's come before. Its like the sheer Britishness of them all got turned all the way up to 11... Still, most enjoyable!

    And Paul captured the facial expressions for each line perfectly. Masterful. Well done, sir, well done!
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      CommentAuthorJubzilla
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    Warrens morning and evening Twitter comments make my day!
    Except that he gets about half a day longer in bed while i slave away over a till selling his books! i love it!

    Another good issue but i too was hoping to find out what happened to the dead dude.

    @burntcopper

    I have copys instore if your local to Swindon?

    John.
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      CommentAuthorrickiep00h
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    I do love KK's look this week. I've always had a soft spot for girls in "work" mode. "Fuck you, I'm too busy to look good," and all that. Her last line was great, also.

    And really, why wouldn't 'Kady be overjoyed with chikkinz?

    As for the GI Joe, I haven't decided whether I'm going to catch the episodes or what. I'll probably catch up tomorrow while the wife is at work. I will say, though, that it looks might sexy.

    Yesterday was a fucking beautiful day in NE Indiana, and today looks to improve upon it. Outside for adventures!
    • CommentAuthorC.K. Walsh
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    @lordmitz
    Hah! Good idea.

    @cjtremlett
    That's pretty much why I liked the bantering, yes. Wish I'd put it into words as well as you did, but my brain was not yet working.
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      CommentAuthorbjacques
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    Salter's Duck! It got a mention on BBC's "Three Men in Another Boat" I think. KK pretty much summed up its fate, though last year's energy crisis made it worth a second look.

    One of my favorite foods is half-a-chikkin!
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    this was one of the more 'a day in the life' episodes we have had in a while and i loved it. reminds me of conversations i've had with friends in the past. no, not who shagged who, but is the egg a fruit or vegetable. (ROFL, god, conversations like that crack me all to hell.)

    i agree, paul; damn fine job, watching your talent EXPLODE through out the FA cycle has been a true pleasure.

    warren, as always, your ability to educate and entertain within this medium is beyond measure. (the salter's duck) i'll just be damn.

    ariana, you sound better and that of course translates into a safer WhiteChapel, and for that, thank you.

    @lordmitz..... hehehehehe :)
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      CommentAuthorPaladine
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009 edited
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    Is it actually possible to wonder whether an egg is a fruit or a vegetable? Doesn't everybody know it's a nut – i.e., a fruit?
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      CommentAuthorElana
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    Look at the colour of that sky!

    I love the excitement of building things on a perfect day, and that was so much inside this episode. yes!
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      CommentAuthorvrbtm
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    Hey! She's wearing underpants this time!
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      CommentAuthorSaratonin
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2009
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    I love Arkady. And I had the same reaction when the chickens were first introduced.
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    @vrbtm:
    She has for a while, ever since the influx of refugees.

    Warren/Paul - every week (fates permitting) is a pure pleasure when the next installment arrives. Today is no exception.
    (Though I'm a little sad we probably won't ever see the "wanking for Sirkka" scene...)
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    Why I Love Arkady:

    Episode 11

    and:

    CHIKKINZ!

    Another great way to end the week--thank you Warren, Paul, Ariana et al!