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People around here trust the shippers. Jamie and the other Jamie. They always have the sheep trusted to gather around. I'll throw another log on the fire. Turn it up just a touch on another episode of the podcast is starting now. Brand new episode of the podcast starts now. Jamie Bendel Jamie Hernan. Hey. All right, so most people don't know how the show is made right? They see the completed sausage, they don't see sausage under construction. Yeah, we are here earlier than we normally are, because our guest is joining us from later than when we normally record so she's in a time machine. Our guests this evening joins us from London, comedian Ria. Lena. Welcome to the show. Thanks. So I'm in time forward in time. So is this where you want me to actually tell you like lottery numbers or do you have the answers to Jeopardy? Do I have the answers to Jeopardy? No, they're Oh, no, they are answered. No. They're all questions. All the answers to Jeopardy are questions, aren't they? That's a mind blowing kind of thing. You have the questions the Jeopardy estates right now. We're an obvious I guess this was everywhere where there's Jeopardy. There's a huge controversy about the Jeopardy host right now, like gone through a couple different candidates. It is you would think that we are nominating a Supreme Court justice. They're taking this so seriously, you know, with the guys background, and I thought all he did was read questions. Like I literally don't think it's important to have this person. Well as RIA points out, he's reading answers. Okay. Yeah, he's not even asking questions. He's already got all the answers. I mean, how hard can that job be? It is the ultimate gimme job. And yet we're treating it as if we are anointing a pope right now. What? Sorry, can you explain to me because I'm in the future? What happened to the last one? What happened to the last house a little bit of death? Yeah, he died along with cancer. And it was really sad. So it was kind of a lot of people took it very at heart who was his replacement? But we're taking it a little too seriously. Now, for a game show host? Are there conspiracy theories about whether he's actually dead? No. Do you know what we do over here in the UK is when we have a beloved host that goes and we don't know who to replace them with, we then just do a never ending line of guest hosts. That's exactly what they did here. But now, it's been about a year and a half of the guest hosts. And now they're deciding who will get the crowd. I'm like, my god. Alright, so I'm very tempted. Yes. Now that I've formulated questions and places to participate in the conversation, not answers, but questions, actual questions that I realize, I'm self editing. Hmm, that's a different game show, though. Well, it's a totally different feel like I've sadly found myself in a funnel of predictable questions. Oh, right. That are that are unfortunate, right? Because Reus talented comedian, part of what we could talk to her about is the kind of reverse of how they do comedy shows in the UK, right? Because they're really the headliner is the host, right? You're coming to see the host of the show, isn't that often? No, no, we Okay, first of all, what we do is we have intervals in our comedy shows, so that people never miss a bit of the show that we actually have toilet breaks for people. So that's the one that's one big difference. We don't do table service. So that you never have to have like someone chatting in the middle of your set that you you are allowed to demand their full focus or all barrels let loose on them. But the other thing we do is our host, and our and our headliners are usually at a similar level, and they get paid sort of similar wage. And then we put our youngest comedian in the middle, our second best opening, and then our strong our headliner closing, and the host is of an equal level, to kind of, you know, to give you a standard of show, I wasn't clear on the whole middle pieces. I just I always understood that. Unlike here, we tend to put our least experienced comedians as conductor of the show, they're the hosts. Yes, I know. And it's almost like baptism of fire isn't just go, Hey, go be the first person they see. Yeah, but no over No, because in the UK, we're like, we want people who come to comedy to come back to comedy. So we don't want you screwing that up and making them think that that's what comedy is. So we open we have our so you know, the big the biggest stage over here, the Comedy Store in London, they pay the the emcee the most the host gets the most money because it's also in it out of respect to go, Hey, you can't double you can't go and do two shows in one night because we need you here the whole night to host the show. So we're gonna pay you a bit more and then and then we'll The Comedy Store does for headliner. So everybody on there in theory could close but in every other you know in other comedy clubs, we then put our second best open to go right here's a strong opening. See this, this is going well. Then once they're a little bit relaxed, they've gone pee, they've had more drinks because of that first interval. Then we stick our newbies on in the middle and that can be like one set or two smaller sets or sometimes even three of varying sizes and then we bring on your head liner to kind of Cleanse the palate and take it home. It's a bit like overture in the second half of a musical. It's a reminder, we're here for a comedy show, then we're gonna close strong. Yeah, I love that. Yeah, except the overture is boring. And you're there going, I'm already here. I bought the ticket. I'm not, you know, why would I? What is this? Why am I hearing the overture? I know, you can play bring on the actors. Does that cause any sort of strange effect when you have an American comic try to, you know, come to the UK to perform or vice versa? When were they open? You know, where they're the spirit whether the first comic doesn't happen? Does it happen? Does it? Do it depends on the member, we have a number of North American comedians over here. And honestly, it's just you and you guys know this you've met you knows all about how self aware a comedian is as to how well they adapt into a new circuit. Like over in the UK, the British when they buy a ticket, they want their money's worth, which is why we have to give them intervals because they want to see all the show that they've paid for. And they want a chance to get as many drinks at the bar as they want to buy because we don't do a two drink minimum. That's insane. If people are going out, they will be drinking at least two drinks. That's a given. But also it's this whole thing of I will decide if I think you're funny means that you don't bring on a comedian over here by saying this is how amazing they are. They've done this they've done that they've they've hosted the World at the biggest venue ever in the universe. You don't do that because the Brits will go Oh, yeah, let's say they don't like the Charlie big potatoes. I might say. Hold on. Hold on. needs its own space. I've never heard that. I love that term. A median really not just dropped. Surely big potato, Charlie? Big potato. That was awesome. Charlie, big potato coming in here. Yeah, I was like I know exactly who you're talking about. I love the idea that it's such a colloquialism that you could basically be like, Oh, give me the Charlie big potato. I need to be the greatest. Don't stick to a sub Charlie, big potato. I'm not gonna have that tonight. I'm not up for it. Alright, so we need to get on to the the bulk of the work of our show. I appreciate the fact that in your bio, it includes the word fierce, which I think is not utilized as often as it should be by comedians. Well, thank you. I think it's something I'm very proud of, actually, is the fact that I can get away with that word. I agree. Not everybody can. No, no, especially as a woman. I think that's the thing as well. I think now though, now in the last two to three to four years, fierce stand up comedians, I you know, female, fierce female stand ups has become more and more of a thing, but certainly, having been doing it for over 12 years. That was not appreciated. When I first started doing stand up. I appreciate the use of really good descriptive words right and fierce paints such a better picture when used appropriately and it says I'm not he says what it's saying. It's a great Alright, so we do a lightning round this kind of show. I'm ready. Okay, you ready to go? All right, clockwise or counterclockwise? Oh, I can see you though. But alright, let's just say counterclockwise. Alright, counterclockwise starting with Jake, or clockwise person. All right, which animal would be the most likely to abandon its children during a COVID? Lockdown. And that's lightning round as well. There's so many possibilities here. I mean, there's so many animals that abandon their, their young as soon as they're born, so why do they not count? I'm gonna go with bats. pangolins. Like any of those kinds of animals that we think are intermediaries with the virus. They're like, I'm out of here. I probably had something to do with it. That's actually the right answer. You have all the animals you know that she could have said, but you got the right one. Okay. My question? What's something you are listening to? That I am not but should be. I'm currently listening to the chicks. Formerly, the Dixie Chicks. Okay. Are you listening to them? Jamie? I'm a big Dixie Chicks fan. Chicks. Are you okay, then you're already listening to them. Let me go. Let me go through. Oh, yes. Hang on. I got one for you. Meghan Trainor. D listener. I do. Yeah. Okay, so just my 15 year old daughter a lot is you know what, I have a very classic taste in music. So you're gonna find on my phone, like Beach Boys play lists and really old stuff. So we're gonna come back to this in round two because we're going to follow up. We're going to talk mixtapes in round two. Okay, we're gonna, Adam, you're up. Alright. If you could absolutely smack one person with no consequences. Who would it be and why? Oh, this is a this is a dodgy one. Okay, but I'm gonna say, Megan, Megan Merkel. Oh, interesting. We're going to we may come back to that. Yeah. I want to this is not my question. But I want to know how long this is not my question. This is a bonus question Does my question How long do I have to live in Britain before I start regularly using the term dodgy you know what it's not about length of time it's about pronunciation. If you keep going dodgy, you're never going to get away with it. did actually hear? dodgy? Dodgy dodgy and you can't say assets are spit again America it doesn't work in the American accent are still be such an arse Don't be such an ass so there's some words that we can never in this accent could never totally get away with alright multi part question I'm gonna sit back yep okay the natural bird of England is apparently the European Robin post Brexit does England need to find another national bird? Do you know what the Robin was always very British so why it's called the European Ramona show we have Robins on our you know Robins and Christmas have just been a British thing for as long as I can remember. So I think they probably just renamed it those that now we're on the island are the British Robin and those that are in Europe and need a visa or the European Robin, do you think there were Robins that were trying to get out? Like at the last minute or some that we're trying to get in? I'm gonna be honest, I'm not sure many are trying to get in, but certainly probably out. I mean, we had Brexit and we had the pandemic at the same time. There's not a lot on our shelves right now at the supermarkets like we're getting to crunch point in a poll to select the national bird robbing came in first and the barn owl came in second is Britain's simply not care about national defense? I'm sorry, have you not read Harry Potter? Do you not understand what barnacles can do? I think you've totally underestimated what we were going with there. If given the choice, would you prefer multi part or single part questions? Do you know what multi part is? long as it's never long that longer than two parts? I think that's a fair compromise. We actually said that before we came on the air tonight we said 2333 is the funny part is the funniest part. Anything over three terrible alright Adam, you're up. What do you have too much of children? Too many kids? Yeah. Oh, no, I didn't. I didn't I didn't think that through which ones do you want to get rid of? That's the tricky thing once you have them you kind of like them do I mean? Yeah, I think the one that earns the least amount of money. I think that's the one that's got to go you don't I mean they're not contributing? Yeah, those Todd didn't burn any Honestly. Honestly. They just take take take me me me get rid of one though. The others are probably going to pick it up. Oh, yeah. As soon as you cut the one kid the other two they get right in line. Yeah. Oh, well, this is it. I mean, it's survival of the fittest. Do you want to go with everyone? Right. Pay attention. All right, that brings round one to a close with our comedian who joins us from London this evening. Ms. Rhea, Lina. We will be back with more of the broadcast momentarily. So you know how when people from other countries come to the United States, and you hang out with them, it's always the accent is interesting, right? And I think guys with accents actually get like points with girls. Do you think that works the other way? If I were to live in England, for example, would people find my accent charming? Or are you a dumb young? Yeah, but which country do you think would accept the American accent as the most charming? Can we switch this around a little bit and say what accent do you find the most appealing? Because I kind of just like you if you have the Australian accent for the British accent but see you're generalizing because there are some Australian accents that are really cool. And then some of that are are just grading on the year. Same with a British accent. Not sure. Oh, that is true. It's actually not his ears. My ears. It's what he's hearing. But it's true for my ears. Right? Okay. You were talking about me? Yes. Right. So before you were alive, you're alive. By the way, I like re his accent. Let's get back to her. We are back with the follow up segment here on the podcast. Jamie Bendele. Jamie, Hernan Adam. Hey Craig. Our guest joining us from London England is comedian Ria. Lena before we get into the follow up, Rhea, how great is Caitlyn? Oh, she's incredible. She's my favorite agent. She's my only agent. She's my favorite agent. Did I sit? Did she listening to this? Yeah, she better listen now. I tell her listen now she's getting a shout out there we go. Yeah, we all love her. She's been delightful. Yeah. Okay, she you know it's incredible that she she is so nice and yet so ruthless and I love how she does it. I'd love watching her just go in there and just be like, I'm so nice and and I like how Jamie worked a plugin for her. Yeah, it's good stuff. We got to follow up on Megan Markel. Okay round two. Yeah, okay, Marco first not not mixtape I want to hear but what we want. We're definitely gonna hit both. But I want to hear about the Megan Markel. Like how much do we dislike her and what's going on there? Oh, this is a tricky thing, because obviously she wasn't treated very well when she she came over here. And eventually they essentially felt that they were run out of the country. But I knew about her in suits years before she even came over here. And I had been following her and I knew about her long before she even met Prince Harry. And I am British. I have I have a strong American accent but I am British. And so I do feel that kind of was it possessiveness over the royal family especially our younger princes, I grew up with them, you know, there were similar ages. And I'm just like, you know, whoever gets our Harry better be worth it. And, and they've managed to scrub the internet of it. But there were a lot of stories about how she was a little bit of a diva. She was a D list, but acted like an a list and all these sorts of little stories that were trickling through. And then I remember following her when she came over to the UK, and started trying to get onto our reality TV shows, which is like entry level, you and I but you know, it's like, what is it like Real Housewives, if you're trying to get on Real Housewives, that's a different level of fame than if you're an actress in suits, trying to get other acting work, and trying to establish a career that way. But she was looking for her husband, and started on the reality circuit. And then we, you know, had lunch once with Piers Morgan, which he's never let go up. He's so bitter about the fact that she had drinks with him once raped him of all of the information she could get from him, and then moved on without a second glance back, and then eventually managed to get introduced to Harry and they got married and everything else. And the originally, some of the stories that came out of the palace was how, how she brought a very, let's say, La way of working to a very British institution. So she'd be up at five on the treadmill, wondering where her staff were, and why were they there at her beck and call and sending emails and rest of it. And that doesn't work. And that's not how the royal family have ever treated their staff. They've always treated them very respectfully. And, you know, they're very conscientious of the fact that they're in a very privileged prison of class and that they need to treat the people around them because they are they're living in houses of glass, everything they do is going to be scrutinized. And she just brought a different way of working now. Was she racially abused in the restaurant? Yes, of course. And did she suffer her Enza? Yes, she did but I don't like the way that she complained about not having enough privacy over here but then went to the States and immediately sold all of her privacy for goodness knows how much money to Oprah. That's right. Personally, I don't like her and I didn't like her before she met Harry and also for people can't see my face woman of color. So it's not to do with race or color or anything. It's everything to do with the arch. So who is more cherished over there William or Harry? Do you know what it is? We love both are boys and we are very upset that they've basically been split by this and Now bear in barely speak. We love William but we will welcome Harry back with open arms when that goes to shit me has to come crawling home. So we're gonna move on now. mixtapes Yeah, okay, so then Okay, are you asking the mixtape questions? Do I get Testaments? No, you don't get to talk about mixtapes. I want to be I want my thing to be mixtapes like your thing is no, actually in the next round you're gonna ask the animal questions. I'm asking the mixtape question. No, I like I was gonna get to a question. Okay, Bendel, the floor is yours. Yo, go ahead. You've taken up 1000 minutes with your with your multi part question. Have you ever made a mixtape? I know I've made playlists. Okay, so when you've made a playlist, she's well, so again, it's a it's a point of reference. Right? Okay, but yeah, so when you have made a playlist what is the catalyst for making a playlist for someone purpose? I guess he's asking for someone. For someone what prompts you to make playlists? Oh, you know what? No, no, I did oh my gosh, I did make a mixtape but it was a mix CD. Was the Iran cool. Same thing mix CD. I did and it was for the boyfriend and my boyfriend was my kung fu teacher. So on the on the mixtape was just a whole bunch of songs about teachers. Okay, so they were all about teachers. Yes. That's about a relationship between a teacher and a student. Well, you know, so yeah, so even so something is classic as Doris days teacher's pet, okay. No, but there was what's the one by Sting don't stand so close to there. Yeah, that one Adam Ant adamant had don't drink don't smoke. What do you do? You don't drink don't smoke. Well, that wasn't. That wasn't something that is a great song. Yeah. Although I'm giving you that one. It could be that one don't stand so close to me. Seems like a tough one. Okay, was it but don't stand so close to me. It's the Lolita song isn't it? It is yeah. Yeah. But it was this relationship with the with the Kung Fu struct instructor. Yeah, so it was like beginning of the it was kind of I think because it was he was a bit self conscious. And he was dating a student so she's a little older there's also it were 20 years poorly and getting the belt anyway. Oh, no, I was kicking ass because I'm fierce. I was just saying what what you're going to build be self conscious about oh no, he was self conscious because he was 20 years older than me to zero to zero and and a few motivate him a mix and actual mixtape because that's a dude that has cassettes. He didn't know he had he had vinyl. Oh class. He was a vinyl guy. Yeah, that's hilarious because that's almost like the old fashioned milk gray challenge of you bring over a mixtape of vinyl albums, I need you to play. DJ my way through it this one. I need you to play song for on this one. Alright, flip it over. So you are a black belt. Is that what you are? We don't do belts and Kung Fu. Oh, do we do states of mind? Okay, and what is your state of mind? Okay, so hold on a second. Okay again. I am a neophyte to kung fu clearly. Okay. Okay, so word. So is it the brand new practitioner of kung fu is their state of mind like disorganized, unfocused? Oh, so, so kung fu means working on yourself. It's all about work on on oneself as an self defense is a part of that. So you have to think of the difference between martial sport and martial art martial sport is when you dress up in pajamas, you get colored belts and you go to the Olympics and you potentially injure yourself and then make yourself unable to actually defend yourself. Okay, whereas martial art is about actually living your best life. But using Chinese words, an alternate answer is she was willing to slap karate. Yeah, because karate. Karate pretty good. I did. And judo. Let's bring it in there. Okay, all right. So that is going to do it for round two. Stick around here for our last and final lightning round with comedian Rhea. Lena. Did you guys ever have a teacher that you had a crush on? Yeah, absolutely. English teacher, math teacher. What are we talking biology, AP Biology, biology. Kathy McCloskey. If you're listening, Cathy had a mega little crush. I'm definitely going to tag her on on the release of this episode. I took two semesters of Spanish in college because I absolutely had a crush on. MANISH Professor the same class you flunked out of the class on purpose. So you have to retake it out to sequential levels. Ooh, nice. So you didn't even have to flunk out to sea to hang out with our smart did anytime. Did you use a pickup line involving the phrase language of love? I actually didn't do that well in the class and was out of my league in both languages. Okay. All right, we are back for our final segment here with our comedian guest this evening. miseria Lena okay, I loved it are now on to our next have the Lightning Rounds counterclockwise or clockwise? Oh, no. We're going clockwise now. Clock. Well, we are all right. We switch it starting with Jamie. All right. Boris Johnson's dog is a Jack Russell named Dylan, which was a rescue dog. And according to the infallible internet, the name Dylan means loyal. And Boris Johnson's approval rating is at an all time low. 34% At this point, do you think Dylan is loyal to Boris Johnson? Or is he a spy of the Labour Party? He's not the only one with the doggy now Rishi Sunak has a dog as well. And then they had a little dog off to be like Oh, who can be more well liked because we've got puppies now. It's all just it's all just gone for Dylan is actually neglected and really needs to be rehoused. Let's be honest, because he wasn't gotten for love he was gotten for. For voters. Points. She's exactly right. And I I look, I like the idea of a dog off. Dodgy dog. Yeah. Daddy, daddy dogs. I'm down extreme. Do you throw your glove down? You say sir, I challenge you to a dog off. All right, what is an unwritten law that you abide by? an unwritten law that you abide by? Oh, you know what, in Britain, we have so many laws. So many. You know, like when you use our underground transport system, you always stand on the right and walk on the left. That's not a law that everybody does it. And if they don't, then the locals yell at you. Oh, there's, you know, you could stand on the left but woe betide you always let passengers off before you let them on. That's another one. Again. It's not a large just what we do in other countries. You go to Holland, everyone pushes on as people are pushing off. It's just a big push for all well, I like that. I think that's I think that's very British. Final question for Adam. Would you rather attend a dog off or a push for all? Good one? Good question. It's a tough call. I'd actually rather attend a dog off. I'm imagining like, like a runway with these dogs walking up. Like we've got a dog off. Bendel. I'm a little caught up in the push for all I like the idea of the push roll. Yeah, the push we're all kind of a mosh pit. I would actually say that as okay if you've lived alone a long time push for all sir like hugs. I'm just saying and how you lock down was but then there's also an argument for a dog off at that point. But anyway, okay, for descriptive use of words. Who's better? Brits? Or Americans? Oh, Brits. Oh, I mean, the way that they can slam and people don't even know they're being slammed, they are the kings of passive aggressiveness and that is all about use of words. Okay, now follow up. Okay. Any of that been occurring in your participation in this podcast? No wife genuinely loved every minute. Okay. Okay, good cuz I was a little American I totally thought I was gonna get. She was firing me. Oh, I loved every minute of it. All right, so this was a four part question, but I've pared it down to two. So the City of London is supposedly surrounded by a series of 13 Dragon statues, supposedly Garden City. First question is do dragons exist? Yes. Did you need more than that? I think that's right. So second question, why would Britain choose the Robin? And actually I think you've maybe already answered this. But why would Britain choose the robin as its national bourbon dragons were on the table because we didn't need dragons. Look at the Empire back in the 1800s. We did that with Robins. Imagine managing the destruction with dragons. I feel silly even asking the question. Yeah. And also dragons are Welsh. Oh, if remember the dragons are Welsh. So the Welsh regarding London? Um, no. Well, the City of London you got to remember that that unicorn. Remember, we also got the lion in the unicorn because the unicorn is Scottish. Oh, and the lion is English. So we got all sorts of things going on here on a mythical level. And this is again, why the barn owl makes actually a lot of sense. coming second. So are you saying lions are mythical? Have you ever seen one in England? Oh, let's call it point. Maybe? You mean? Yeah. To us? They are to us. They are? Imagine everything? Yeah, then this is the question to bridge the pond, if you will, across from the United States to the only pond that they refer to the one that exists between us. There is no good. Okay, thank you. What do you think is the most universally hated thing in all human history and most universally hated thing in all human history? Isn't it mosquitoes don't mean like who loves a mosquito? Nobody does. And they're the biggest killer of all the animal kingdom so I think you're absolutely right mosquitoes is the right answer. I get hate them and they kill people regularly tonight. Tonight tomorrow. Which a record I have myself a real good time. Which film? Which Queen song is most applicable to this podcast episode you just recorded? Ooh. Oh, okay. Hang on. Oh, a couple of options. Do you know what? Let's let's let's give it up for all of us because I think this was definitely worth the listen. Let's go with let me entertain you by Queen. Oh, see? Yeah, just go. Alright, so before so the national animal it's your third question is do we get three questions? We do we every every episode, you should listen to some past episodes. Alright, so the national animal of the Philippines is the care about okay, if I'm pronouncing that correctly, and the national animal of Germany is the aforementioned federal Eagle if you care about and a federal Eagle mated which okay animal most closely resembles what would be created by that union. Existing animal already? Yeah. So we can't even say a sphinx or something. Oh, you could say. I think mythical animals are included. Yeah. Not lions, though. That No, that's too far to that. Oh, no. Okay, so Okay. All right. I care about and an eagle would make a Griffin. Oh, very cool. Maybe? Yeah, kinda. I mean, I know this kind of close right now. Like this is that's that's what I actually had right here. 10 points. Ah, you got to make sure that my camera isn't just reading your paper. Right? Because I could totally be in there. I know. It's weird. That one I had put in 24 point font. I need to make a note to myself. Don't put the answers. Okay. Yeah, wear glasses and put the paper closer to you. You walk into a casino. What game do you want to play for a little bit? Poker? Yeah, Texas Hold'em? Yes. Yeah. Okay, good. None of those. None of that other crappy crap. Now I'm not going into Omaha and horse and wildcards. No no, Texas Hold'em played a game or tournament. Oh, do I have the time for tournament? I'd love the time for tournament I do. I can win a tournament I have to be in the right frame of mind for a cash game. Yeah, I'm just gonna do a 10 person tournament. If you can do it, you see yes to a casino with a group of friends and then entered a tournament and ended up not spending any part of the weekend with your friends because you were stuck in the tournament. This is a story that I lived. Yeah, it was really really do you know what No, I am waiting for the day but I would never go with friends. I would go by myself and enter the tournament that was because they just distract you. They just distracted like come on. You're going Excuse me. I'm in the zone here. We you know what you're doing? I did not. I went with a group of friends and start the tournament started Friday night and by Sunday I was still playing in the tournament and all my friends at the breaks they would go out to the pool and they would all be drinking and they would all be you know there's plenty of booze that's been killed everyone's swimming, drowning and they've replaced me with somebody else and then they end but I went back in and hung out with one and then made a lot of money a little bit of money but I'm not sure it was worth it the missing the weekend with the friends yeah, but I put you know what though? You know what your rookie mistake was having friends that's it and this is why we're comedians that's why we don't we don't do friends colleagues that we hang out with way too much. That's why we do that. So you are a comedian Jamie I felt like that hits a little close. I was the sharpest to true. Alright. My favorite moment of the box Yes. mixtape to the Kung Fu Instructor Yeah. Did I have any George Michael songs on it? No. Good girl. No, sorry. No, I think that's something that fell call it didn't have Phil Collins on it either. You will play with him again and at Christmas Of course. Do you have that we have that over here? What's Why am I getting Why am I getting as a game he starts on the first of December and ends on Christmas Eve on the 24th and you see how long you can last before you hear when's Christmas song Oh, I can't wait to play it's like the if you hear the song you're out of the gate or out that's it you're out because of course it because you all want to go on social because that's the thing. We go to the pub almost every night in December as Brits and it's playing you know and they're all playing those things it does it covers are fine but the original and year round so you given like a second like if you hear it's like a shot for your ear that was like the grenade you have that one moment where you know it's coming. You're dead? Yeah, you got to in between songs. You got to go outside just in cases wham. The idea of like a betting pool where it's like the last man standing gets all the money. We are wrapping up this episode. Ria where will people find you on social media and they want to find you well, like every comedian I'm a social media horse you can find me on all the platforms. Except for Snapchat. What is that? But the rest of them just look for real Lena and there's there's clips and stuff and and you'll see news if you follow me now you'll find out about a thing that's coming out in 2022 That's quite exciting that I'm not allowed to say anything about that will cliffhanger alright really Emelina been a pleasure. You are awesome. Yeah. Appreciate it real fun contains guys hopefully maybe get to do this again in the future because Yeah, we love time traveling guests. Does that mean I can't come and do it in person that ever? Oh, no. We stay in the future. Anytime. Yeah. Where am I traveling to? Let me take it where are you at? Oh, yes, yeah, yeah. Thanks for your pleasure. Fighters getting this episode of the podcast is over the back door you style for another podcast.