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S2 - E1 - Back In The Broom Cupboard (feat. Jo Benquesus)

September 18, 2023 Jack Jenkins and Henry Patterson Season 2 Episode 1
S2 - E1 - Back In The Broom Cupboard (feat. Jo Benquesus)
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S2 - E1 - Back In The Broom Cupboard (feat. Jo Benquesus)
Sep 18, 2023 Season 2 Episode 1
Jack Jenkins and Henry Patterson

What's that you hear? Just the sweet sound of us hitting a whopping 30,000 downloads! We're bursting with gratitude and ready to kick off Season Two of the All Exclusive podcast with a whole lotta fun and candor. From Jack's exciting relationship news, Henry's driving journey, to  latest musical escapades, we've got a truckload of updates you won't want to miss. We're also thrilled to welcome our first guest of the season - the always entertaining Jo B, who, trust us, has the quirkiest drink preference!

Ever thought about what life on a Caribbean island would be like? Or how about surviving a nerve-wracking accident and discovering a surprising talent in the process? We dive into some truly compelling stories. As we spin the globe and share our experiences, we'll also touch on our beach escapades, and the intense struggle with beach envy. Gear up for some rib-tickling fun as we launch into the ABC Quiz, where the aim is to get the most incorrect answers possible - oh, and did we mention there's an impersonation of animal sounds involved?

Poached eggs, holiday activities, and pondering the dilemma of being gifted an elephant - yep, you read that right - this episode's got it all! As we wrap up, we'll tease you with a glimpse of what's to come: a thrilling ABC Showdown, an intriguing murder case, and the promise of more bonus content. And to top it all off, we're on the lookout for members for our All Exclusive Board. Yes, you heard it here first. You could officially be part of the team. So join us next week, as we continue this exciting journey with a bunch of surprises, laughs, and genuine camaraderie.

Support the Show.

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What's that you hear? Just the sweet sound of us hitting a whopping 30,000 downloads! We're bursting with gratitude and ready to kick off Season Two of the All Exclusive podcast with a whole lotta fun and candor. From Jack's exciting relationship news, Henry's driving journey, to  latest musical escapades, we've got a truckload of updates you won't want to miss. We're also thrilled to welcome our first guest of the season - the always entertaining Jo B, who, trust us, has the quirkiest drink preference!

Ever thought about what life on a Caribbean island would be like? Or how about surviving a nerve-wracking accident and discovering a surprising talent in the process? We dive into some truly compelling stories. As we spin the globe and share our experiences, we'll also touch on our beach escapades, and the intense struggle with beach envy. Gear up for some rib-tickling fun as we launch into the ABC Quiz, where the aim is to get the most incorrect answers possible - oh, and did we mention there's an impersonation of animal sounds involved?

Poached eggs, holiday activities, and pondering the dilemma of being gifted an elephant - yep, you read that right - this episode's got it all! As we wrap up, we'll tease you with a glimpse of what's to come: a thrilling ABC Showdown, an intriguing murder case, and the promise of more bonus content. And to top it all off, we're on the lookout for members for our All Exclusive Board. Yes, you heard it here first. You could officially be part of the team. So join us next week, as we continue this exciting journey with a bunch of surprises, laughs, and genuine camaraderie.

Support the Show.

Speaker 1:

take seventy one of the intro of season two of this. This, our podcast, is the all exclusive podcast. I'm just gonna say it because the first bit.

Speaker 2:

They're gonna hear they know that jack, because they've already press play on the episode. Well, that's very true, but we've got to say a big thank you to a lot of people going right in. No, we have got to say thank you to people because this is the most important bit.

Speaker 1:

Let's start with the most important bit. You know a big old thank you because we're excited for season two. But not only did we smash our target of twenty five thousand downloads for season one by the end of the summer, which is the only reason you're still sat here. Thanks, we did, and a big old thank you to each and every one of you. But we were told just yesterday that we have now hit thirty thousand downloads so a big old thank you to each and every one of you.

Speaker 1:

We're still somehow the number two podcast in hopton on, say, but thirty thousand downloads and I have to say that's a big old thank you to each and every one of you, because we know you went listen, some of you more than once we're starting season two and we're gonna.

Speaker 2:

They'll be new people who haven't actually experienced like an actual weekly release yet, as we picked up people over summer and they went and they listen to the series od, as they say, on demand and this is their first release. This is.

Speaker 1:

This is what it feels like, the thrill of having that notification pop up saying and also the available, the sadness and despair of having to wait a week for the next episode, I know but we're gonna talk a little bit later on why we've got an almost a solution to that sadness and despair. Why don't we talk a little bit about what is coming up in this, our first episode? Because we've got a lot to fit in and a lot to talk about and well job.

Speaker 1:

We're gonna talk about some of the things that we're grateful for this week and people that we're grateful for of course we can have one of our interviews and we can change things slightly, but we'll tell you a little bit about this very very shortly and we'll also be talking about what's coming up in this season and some of the bonus content that you can expect along the way yes, so don't switch off after the interview, because we're gonna be telling you lots and lots more about the next season of the exclusive podcast.

Speaker 1:

We want to keep people engaged with with his many, many fantastic milestones in our time off, in a little holiday from the podcast, and we want people to come back and want to listen to season two. We don't want people to get bored and switch off. How do we think we're gonna keep them on?

Speaker 2:

by giving them after eights you can't keep promising people after eights? No, but everyone loves. So I was at an Indian restaurant with Jess, maynard and Devon and Holly, and at the end, when they bring over the after eights, it's like the best moment, isn't it?

Speaker 1:

is it?

Speaker 2:

it is the best moment, closely followed by when they bring over the heated metal tray to put the food on at the beginning and you think in what other restaurant do I need a heated tray to put my food on? I get very angry. In Indian restaurants, though, you get angry quite a lot actually recently.

Speaker 1:

I think it's since you start drinking you've you actually get quite frustrated and angry a lot more recently they always take away the chutney tray before the main course oh I don't agree with that.

Speaker 2:

What the hell are you doing?

Speaker 1:

I'm saving that. I'm saving that. Yes, the poppadoms were lovely, but I was saving that yeah, don't touch my mint sauce we want to tell you about something we're really excited for, and that is you know, we're all a part of a group now. We're a collective, we're a family we're a family here.

Speaker 2:

We're a tribe. No, a tribe sounds a bit culty. I'm happy with being a cult oh okay, I think cults are public. We're a cohort. Yes, we're a burrow.

Speaker 1:

I don't know if we're a burrow. Yeah, we're like a burrow sounds dirty, doesn't it?

Speaker 2:

sorry there are six, I've counted now leave the spiders alone.

Speaker 1:

Can we shut the?

Speaker 2:

curtains if it's important to you. I just don't. They make me feel very uneasy. Are they on the other side of the glass? They can get through glass no, they can't, they can.

Speaker 1:

They can't phase their way through glass, but they can. They tried. No but that. With that, we've got a, we've got a name. We've got a name for each and every one of you who are fans of the podcast, who listen to the all exclusive podcast on a regular basis we find the all exclusive podcast has turned into somewhat of a corporation it has in its own right, and especially this season we are.

Speaker 2:

We are really building up our corporation. We'll talk more about that in a second, but because of that, we'd like to invite you all, all of our listeners, to join our all exclusive board, and from this day forward you'll be known as the board members.

Speaker 1:

That is what we're calling the collective name for our group of listeners. You are all formally invited to become a board member. Well, question is do you accept? I'm sure they do yeah, but I mean, when you're online, you can always refer to yourself as one of the all exclusive board members, and that's how we're going to be referring to you from now on please just make sure you are spelling board B O A R D, not B O R E D no, no, we don't want any board members.

Speaker 1:

I mean nothing worse than the board member no, and I'm sure that there will be many board members listening to this podcast, especially if Henry stories carry on the way they've been going this season. So thank you to each and every one of you for helping us reach 30,000 downloads for season one. And what can I say?

Speaker 2:

welcome to the board that sounded very Alan sugar-esque, didn't?

Speaker 1:

it did a little bit, didn't it?

Speaker 2:

but, jack, the board members aren't the only new things for season two, are they?

Speaker 1:

yes, we're shaking things up a little bit for season two. We're going to, we're going to mix things around a bit to keep it fresh, not just for you, our board members, but for ourselves and our guests that we have on just so you don't become a board member.

Speaker 2:

Well, that's true, that's our aim board members, not board members. That's our motto.

Speaker 1:

That's our motto. That we never write, we just say yes, we never want to talk about that.

Speaker 2:

Because it means that you can decide what we mean by that.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, but now we have the board and we want to employ the best here at the All Exclusive, so we're holding a few interviews to help fill our team here.

Speaker 2:

Mmm, certainly we're travelling across both resorts this season to, like Jack said, fill the corporation of the All Exclusive podcast.

Speaker 1:

Yes, we're going to find out what makes people tick. I mean, we're still finding out about their perfect break.

Speaker 2:

Probably their heart makes them tick.

Speaker 1:

Well, hopefully, but yeah, and we're going to be finding out lots about everything, but we're still keeping the All Exclusive podcast that you love. We're just adding a little bit more intrigue to it. We're going to start something off now, what we like to call Gratitude.

Speaker 2:

Corner.

Speaker 3:

Gratitude.

Speaker 2:

Corner, a corner of all things grateful.

Speaker 1:

All things will be grateful for this week.

Speaker 2:

Oh, I like that.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, that was really nice.

Speaker 2:

Oh, thank, you, so should we go over to Gratitude. Corner Jack.

Speaker 1:

Let's go, let's go, let's walk over. It's like the Zen Garden of the All Exclusive Offers. Block.

Speaker 2:

I'm grateful for Hannah Jack, who messaged me on Instagram, who consulted me about my favourite colour of wool. She's a loyal board member of the All Exclusive podcast and she wrote a very sweet note and also gave me a blue crocheted I think it was a rose, but I'm not too good with flowers so I wouldn't be able to tell you. But I'm very grateful for that and, hannah, I'm grateful for you.

Speaker 1:

Henry, I'm grateful for Jodie Carter who sent us a lovely little care package, each filled with. I mean, I have a lovely plastic rose and the reason I like its plastic because it's never going to die like a lot of other flowers. Inside the care package as well, I've got a lovely little magpie which is a lot like the puffin you said that you saw on Hopton Beach, which wasn't, it was a magpie. But thank you very much, jodie Carter, we're grateful for you. We've got some mystery gifts here as well, henry.

Speaker 3:

Have you really.

Speaker 1:

Jack. Well, they're not mystery gifts, but they're mystery. I don't know who they're from, but we've got some lovely All Exclusive mugs, personalised ones. On it is Patti La Puffin.

Speaker 2:

Well.

Speaker 1:

And the other side is your name, so that one's my name. So thank you to our mystery mugger.

Speaker 2:

We're grateful for you. I am grateful for Steph from Five Lakes, who has brought us a multitude of gifts in her visits to Potter's Resorts, Hopton On Sea.

Speaker 1:

In the past we've talked about Steph because she is the one with the Houdonnes.

Speaker 2:

Yes, a puffin magpie tattoo Perfectly permanently etched on her skin, but she recently, after listening to Zach's episode, bought us a homemade lemon posset.

Speaker 1:

It was the lemon posset that was my personal favourite. I loved the lemon posset, so thank you very much, steph.

Speaker 2:

We're grateful for you.

Speaker 1:

A big thank you to Lynn as well, who came on holiday and brought some cakes for us. She did. Mine was donned with coats, mine with puffins. Of course, do you know what we always love? Food here? On the All Exclusive podcast.

Speaker 2:

So please do send us your perishables, because we're grateful for you. I'm grateful, Jack, for Nicola Vincent, who bought us only recently a mug and a keyring personalised mugs and keyrings. The mug had a picture of our ride-on animals.

Speaker 1:

We had a guest on Resort. She didn't leave her name, but from the Candy Cart Hire Company, left us a little bag of sweets. I love sweets here. So, big old, thank you to you, the Candy Cart Company.

Speaker 2:

Also we're grateful for Alison Westwood, who brought us well, and Sally.

Speaker 1:

Mike and Evan as well, and I like to say this Ally Sally, mike and Evan.

Speaker 2:

But anyway, they bought me a puffin toy, they bought me a card, a pen, a mug. What did they get, you, jack?

Speaker 1:

A toy cuddly sloth. Of course they did, and I love it. It's actually our little dressing room mascot, isn't it? Also, on behalf of both of us, a huge, huge thank you to the mystery gift. I didn't leave a name, just left a box of shortbread for us both they did, and we love nothing more than shortbread.

Speaker 1:

We absolutely love shortbread because we've actually used one of our Patti LaPuffin mugs that we got Nice cup of tea and we were dunking shortbread, weren't we? Finally, though, on the gratitude corner, we need to say a big old thank you to Heather Mary Fingleton. At the end of season one, she sent us a box full of gifts for our guests of the podcast, and we basically guilt-ripped her into the fact that she didn't send every one of our guests a gift.

Speaker 1:

Because we called her out on that. We said you know, she obviously left a few people out. However, she sent us a package. I've not seen this. Have you not seen?

Speaker 2:

this yet.

Speaker 1:

No, show me. So we will be delivering these gifts across the next week before next episode, and we'll try and record their responses For Henry and Jack. It's a lovely little all-exclusive podcast coaster For our mugs, For our mugs. Would you like to open this now, Because there's a note in there? There's one each.

Speaker 2:

To Jack and Henry here's a coaster to go with your Patti LaPuffin mugs. I sent you both.

Speaker 1:

Oh, this explains the mystery of the Patti LaPuffin mugger.

Speaker 2:

I'm enjoying the hashtag All Exclusive Podcast and looking forward to season two. Love from Heather Mary Fingleton.

Speaker 1:

Oh, that's amazing. Thank you, Henry. You can't say these are high-quality mugs.

Speaker 2:

They've got little grips on the bottom.

Speaker 1:

No, they're fantastic. And that concludes Gratitude Corner. A big old thank you to Hannah, jodie Lynn, mystery Mugger which is no longer a mystery because it was Heather Mary Fingleton, steph Lynn, candy Cart Hire, allie, sally, mike and Evan, as well as the Mystery Gifter. Thank you.

Speaker 3:

We're so grateful for you.

Speaker 2:

Jack Henry, don't know if you want me to talk about it I think we need to but congratulations On your relationship.

Speaker 1:

Oh yes, there is a relationship happening.

Speaker 2:

I am courting.

Speaker 1:

We referenced it briefly in my episode of the podcast.

Speaker 2:

It was early days we didn't think it would last.

Speaker 1:

It wasn't that early days, but we referred to it as wooing Jack.

Speaker 2:

Honestly, we didn't want to make it sound like it was going to last because I had my reservations you would do.

Speaker 1:

You were hoping it wouldn't last, jack. You've been really sad that I haven't been spending as much time with you, and you know it.

Speaker 2:

I think that's not true, jack. Your mind has been elsewhere. No, but yes.

Speaker 1:

I am seeing the very talented, very lovely Rosie Mann.

Speaker 2:

Why are you whispering? It's going to be heard either way. I know, but I feel like it's weird if I shout it Jack is dating Rosie Mann.

Speaker 1:

Yes, a wonderful singer and also she features in the Saturday Night Variety Show.

Speaker 2:

No, Jack, I am very happy for you, honestly Good.

Speaker 1:

I'm very happy too.

Speaker 2:

I'm glad this is going to be like a gossip column, is it? We'll hear all the ins and outs.

Speaker 1:

No, we know. So there's a few exciting life things that are happening for me. Fast-forward my life. Have you learnt to drive yet?

Speaker 2:

My first lesson is today.

Speaker 1:

Today, yeah, today, wow, we'll find out next week how you got on with your first driving lesson.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, maybe I'll ask Donna if I can record a bit. I don't Probably not with some behind the wheel.

Speaker 1:

I think maybe you should just focus on trying to drive. I don't want to have to listen to Donna's screams on this podcast.

Speaker 2:

Is it dangerous being a driving instructor? I don't think I would want to do it.

Speaker 1:

No. Shout out to all you driving instructors.

Speaker 2:

Thank you for the work you do for us down on the ground.

Speaker 1:

If we have any driving instructor listeners and you want to give Henry a free lesson to appear on the podcast For free, I'll sit in the back and record it.

Speaker 2:

For free, for free.

Speaker 1:

I think that could be quite interesting.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I'll do that.

Speaker 1:

I'm really excited to try.

Speaker 2:

I'm going to bring all my own safety gear, crash helmet, life jacket. I'm really excited to drive. During the driving lessons. Am I allowed to listen to music? No, it's boring, isn't it? You've probably got to concentrate. Sounds really boring. Any other life updates for you For an album coming out. Jacques, you have How's that going. It's going really well, thank you.

Speaker 1:

How's your rehearsals?

Speaker 2:

They're great. Thank you, Jacques. Working with Merrin James McCullough.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

We're working on the music of Sondheim and Rodgersen, hammerstein, jacques, rearranging that into various incarnations.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

But we spent five hours the other day. Half the time we had the lights off playing rain sounds.

Speaker 1:

Because to get the right vibes for Miss Otis, you need to get in the mood for that sort of thing To get the right vibes for Miss Otis regrets.

Speaker 2:

You've got to really, Because I basically said to MJ imagine it's a log cabin in the rain.

Speaker 1:

You've just had to run through the woods in the rain. You're soaking wet Clothes soaked through, so you have to take them off and dry them out in front of the fire. You can hear the log fire, but the log cabin hasn't been heated yet, so you have to get under the sheepskin blanket and huddle together For body. You know, use your body heat for warmth. I get it, I know, and that's the sort of scene that I'm sure you were having to recreate in a studio.

Speaker 2:

No, it was more. You just put the needle down on the cold water record and press play. No, it's going really well. Thank you for that insight, Jack.

Speaker 1:

I suppose they could always keep up to date with what's going on in our lives on our Instagrams. Yes, and we have a new one, don't we, jack? We do just sort of collaborate between ourselves.

Speaker 2:

At the Jack and Henry. But now, Jack, we're going to move on To bring in one of our lovely colleagues.

Speaker 1:

The first guest of season two, which I'm really excited about.

Speaker 2:

And it's a pleasure to bring on the wonderful Joe B.

Speaker 1:

Yes, and we call her Joe B, but her full name is Henry.

Speaker 2:

Thank you, teller. Miner Ben shuts through.

Speaker 1:

Have you pronounced that correctly? Yeah, good, I was just testing you that and we're really excited. She's one of the newest members of the team here at at Hopton on C and just quickly has become a firm favorite with a lot of people. She's got a lot of energy. I really love her and she's and, and you've got curly hair like yours, thanks, jack. And I think you've got a. You know Gotta try and relate you to people as much as possible, because people don't don't take to you very well and they don't like you when they're working with you, so at least you've found a connection with her based on many of my colleagues like me.

Speaker 1:

I can't name many, if Maybe one or two. I don't know so should we get on with our first interview of season two of the all-exclusive podcast press play in the middle of an episode, which is slightly strange. I feel like it's like an alpine cow.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, like a snore of some kind, isn't it?

Speaker 2:

What did you think? A puffin sounded like.

Speaker 3:

Um, I Know what this is a puffin sound. I mean, I don't actually would even hazard a guest, to be fair.

Speaker 1:

I know how they record this sound, how they get Henry to tell one of his stories and then the sound of someone snoring.

Speaker 2:

Thank you, jack, that's okay.

Speaker 1:

Let's talk about your drink of choice, because obviously we're an all-inclusive resort. Yes, yes, you can choose absolutely anything you want from our All-inclusive menu. Today, you've gone for a.

Speaker 3:

Corona. Hey, I just yeah.

Speaker 2:

I'm sure graphics are gonna love us. Yeah, just as a reminder for those who maybe didn't tune in for season one, our studio the broom cupboard studio lies Next door to the graphics department who are currently putting together our new brochure.

Speaker 1:

They're always doing the soundtrack of hey, yeah. I hope they're all dancing in there and joining in. I.

Speaker 2:

Why corona? Why have you picked that?

Speaker 3:

Um, I just think, I don't know really, I used to drink Vodka, coke all the time, and it's just I, just all the time. Yeah, you know 24, seven Now I used to go when I used to work away vodka, vodka, coke, but the diet coke, whatever, but I think sometimes a beer just.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, hits the spot just a little.

Speaker 3:

Hmm, not too many.

Speaker 1:

I'm not a big drinker anymore with vodka, you know what you're getting. But if you go abroad and you want to run, there's so many different types or gin, or whereas vodka.

Speaker 3:

You already know what you're getting.

Speaker 2:

But a nice refreshing beer on a summer's day, summer's day, outside, you know I've been successfully weaned on to most alcoholic drinks Since season one really it was necessary Now however, the own one of the only ones have not been weaned on to is beer or anything in the yeast family.

Speaker 3:

It can. It can get you a little bit gassy. I'm gonna lie. I like any bit, sam Miguel, always with a lime.

Speaker 1:

I Think I have to have a certain beers. I have to have the lime in like corona.

Speaker 3:

Well, I think you know being away when that, when you do it, and then you'd find out, especially going to Mexico, why they used to put the lime in is it, was it? I'm yeah, yeah, so basically it went when Used to go away and you'd say what was this for? And if there'd be a crate of corona They'd be like rats and you know other creatures on top of the crates. So they put the lime in it to. You had to, like you know, wipe it around the top of the bottle so it's disinfectant.

Speaker 3:

Wow so that's when. That's why you drank it with a lime. Obviously not here. You don't need to worry about the rats.

Speaker 2:

I don't start that rumor. So there was a slight discrepancy about this on social media last week that I was looking at on my tip top yeah, you know, when having a, what is it? The tequila salt and yeah, right. Okay, how do you do that?

Speaker 1:

There should never be a discrepancy. Is there? There was a discussion. It's salt tequila line.

Speaker 3:

So you lick.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, the salt, and then you put a hand, and then you.

Speaker 3:

Take it, drink it lime.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, lemon, so lick the salt.

Speaker 2:

Does it different? Who?

Speaker 3:

yeah, what is?

Speaker 2:

I think William Hansen does it differently. What does?

Speaker 1:

he do his next get expert.

Speaker 2:

And not so much. He hosts a rival podcast.

Speaker 1:

We don't want to talk about that. No, but what? How does he do the tequila?

Speaker 2:

slammer. I can't remember what he said, but it was definitely no licking of hands.

Speaker 1:

Oh gosh Well, how does he intake his salt?

Speaker 2:

I think from a spoon or no oh, that's just wrong.

Speaker 1:

No, no, no. Yeah, but he would do that in a pompous way.

Speaker 3:

It's like having a like a margarita. I love the salt around the edge of a margarita glass. Oh, my goodness and me, it's amazing. Yeah but you know you have to have that, but with the tequila slammer definitely.

Speaker 2:

Do you just go around like an anteater licking the edge?

Speaker 3:

What's a look in the Really but just have a looking the edge. Yeah, no, good disinfectant it is.

Speaker 2:

Jack, let me tell you something.

Speaker 1:

Oh god, here we go.

Speaker 2:

I gave Joe a little spritz of my curl manifesto refresh her spray. A little spritz and she has now gone away. She has taken in the spritz, she's processed by spritzing and she has spritzed To her heart's content her money.

Speaker 3:

Well, I haven't yet, because I need to get paid before I can for to spritz anymore.

Speaker 2:

Oh, I thought you bought it.

Speaker 3:

No, I bought the curl Smith stuff. This is a room, my whole story.

Speaker 2:

You could, can't I?

Speaker 1:

just, I already knew the end of that story because she told us earlier today.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I know so, joe, you've been a member of the team now for how long?

Speaker 3:

since March actually March 20th, I do believe I started yeah.

Speaker 2:

Gosh, it feels longer I know I have that effect. What was? What was your first encounter with your job? Well, entertainment.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, so, so basic. Well, I, I was a dancer, I danced and I love dancing. From how old? How old were?

Speaker 1:

you Two years old. Two years old.

Speaker 3:

I started them. Just, you know, mom took me to actually somewhere in girls and Mrs Coleman's and it was. She was a dance teacher and I was only two and a big mop of massive curly hair and little ballet shoes and I loved it and the diet is. Mrs Coleman said, oh, she'll probably cry, you know, if you leave her. I actually cried because I didn't want to leave the dancing. It was it way round. So, um, I did that is to wear a tutu.

Speaker 2:

Nice.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, I wear a 4-4 now, but that's another story. Oh really, right, adam, so dancing, dancing, dancing.

Speaker 1:

and then I was in Portugal and so how did you get from two years old dancing?

Speaker 3:

Well, I was dancing and is this like?

Speaker 1:

the forest gump of the dancing he just kept running and running dancing and then, suddenly, I was in Portugal dancing.

Speaker 3:

So from a very young age I loved dancing. I got a job at Hopton holiday village up the road when I was 15, Rival holiday.

Speaker 1:

It was. Yes, don't talk about it.

Speaker 3:

So I started doing entertainment at Hopton and Loved it, loved it, loved it, but more dancing again. Um, how old were you there? 15? I was. I was the youngest ever employed and it was British holidays there at the time. And there's me, 15, I was DJing and what used to be called the silver dollar, which was the nightclub.

Speaker 3:

Yeah so there's me. I was 15 years old DJing till like two, three o'clock in the morning. Yeah, when I wasn't DJ and I wasn't allowed in the club because I was 18, so it was like okay.

Speaker 1:

DJing all the time. That's exactly it doesn't make sense.

Speaker 3:

Um, so then, and I entered, worked for Another company, you know so you can say you can say it. Thompson's and I was dancing in Portugal. Yeah and I had a bad accident.

Speaker 1:

And so dancing related.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, so we were getting ready and I was backstage and everything was going fine and we were having this finale of the can. Can, oh you?

Speaker 3:

know how horrendous, the can can. So I, I was doing almost stretches I was a good girl stretch stretch and I kicked my left leg, absolutely fine. And then I kicked my right leg and it felt like somebody had literally got a bat and just gone down right on my calf right and I just I fell to the floor and I'm like what the heck's going on and I couldn't move. My leg just started to swell. So I went, I was rushed to hospital and what happened? So they did a scan on my leg and the this Portuguese doctor was like okay, la, la, la la, in your cup you have three muscles like that. I went oh right, yeah, yeah, he went, nod you, now you only have to. Yeah. So I literally ripped a muscle in half. Yeah, I was in a wheelchair for three and a half months.

Speaker 3:

I couldn't walk, my leg shortened, so I was proper real bad. I was stuck in Portugal because I couldn't fly home, because I'd hear metoma blood clot. So yeah, that was a really quite a low time, yeah, should I say. However, the Portuguese people, I have to say that the hotel where I was in our oh my goodness, albufeira no, no, actually, it was near Albufeira, it was it was them Hotel for Asia, so it's a gold hotel for Thompson's, and they just they took me out and they brought me into the hotel, they looked after me and they were just amazing.

Speaker 1:

The hotel manager wheeled, you was I mean, yeah, basically I couldn't get around.

Speaker 3:

And then when I came home and I was at our doctors and I remember they'd got me a wheelchair and the airport, and so I came in and mum took me to the doctors and he said right, he said get up, walk, walk there. And this was like four months after and I'd not been walking and I went I can't, doctor, I can't walk. He went yeah, you can. I went, I can't walk. I said I haven't walked for four, like four months. He went you have been better.

Speaker 3:

Your muscle has probably knitted together within the first two weeks. And what's happened now? It's, it's kind of like it got better, like that. Your muscle gets, like that. So the pain of the physio is stretching your muscle. That's the pain because you have been so long, or like twisted, as it were. So I had to go for all that and it was horrible because I had you know, I had to. It was painful, it was very, very painful, but anyway, so that will happen. And you think to yourself right, what do I do now? And I got a job. I then was working for Cruise Line. I went on a ship, I got a job and I started going on there and I my personality well say, I've always had this personality, but it's been more than for hosting, so I was more of a host. Then you got to come up your shell a little bit more. Yeah, I mean, you know with, I think, performers and entertainers, each are so different in their field.

Speaker 3:

I mean the performers, ie, like the PTC and the people that I've worked with on the ship. They are so amazing and right. You put your hand there and you stand there and you don't do anything until discount. That is that's performing, us IE, the entertainers. It's then very much on the cuff. You have to work with the audience, you have to go right. Can I make something? What that person has said funny? Can I do that? You know, and your brain is constantly working, and performers sometimes they can't do that unless they're told where to stand and to do. That's how they do it. I could never do that. I could never do that. I can't do it now Exactly. It's very, very difficult, and how they're taught and what they go through, it's unbelievable. However, they can't do what we do sometimes. So it's a very works together, you know. So that's how I then kind of came a little bit more Pursued that path a little bit more yeah and I didn't know.

Speaker 3:

I didn't know I could say something funny, I didn't know I could be funny, and then it kind of like just kind of turned into something and you win something, you do something. You can't be funny all the time, I mean.

Speaker 2:

I remember when you first started, you told me a story. You were quite popular in the Caribbean, weren't you? Yeah, do you wish to share this story with our all exclusive listeners?

Speaker 3:

I don't know. No, no, it's just a fact that obviously you know, in the Caribbean I do love the Caribbean, I have to say.

Speaker 2:

They love you.

Speaker 3:

And well, I remember walking down wherever's a place in Barbados and I was with all the dancers and they're just very gorgeously slim, and you know. But see, and I'm walking past, you know, I don't know how to dress on, good old Joe walking up behind and this bloke turned around and he went. You know, I don't know how they do it, but they like suck their teeth, you know like you know, like a you know that Gariboyan kind of torque like this and I love it.

Speaker 3:

And he went you were, you were, you were thick like that. Well, I thought what the heck has he been thick?

Speaker 3:

I mean he's even spoke to me, you know and I have a friend of mine and she Kaylee, she's a great girl and she's a beautiful black girl and I tell you what she's amazing and we still speak to the day now. We're very good friends. And I went he's just called me thick Kaylee. She went. No, joe, no, no, no, it's a compliment and I went, is it? She went. It means you're like thick, you know, like good stature, you know. And I was like she went, that's it. And I'm thinking, oh wow, because you know, no disrespect.

Speaker 3:

But when you're a bit of a bigger girl, especially here in England, and you know, people will probably, you know, say you're completely wrong. But it's very difficult, you know, because there's such a stereotype of what the perfect girl is, what the perfect girl should look like, and I've always, you know, big fuzzy hair, you know, big boobs, big bum. That's the way I am, you know. And you, just then you walk into the Caribbean. I was like, I was like there's supermodel, you know what I mean. I'm like I'm moving in, mum, I'm moving in, Get me a case, I'm off. Yeah, that was so funny.

Speaker 1:

She didn't come back for several years.

Speaker 3:

Honestly, for quite a few years I was out there in the Caribbean. Yeah, no, it was really good fun there. But yeah, that hence why I am.

Speaker 2:

I am what I am. Yeah, I think your episode title was going to be Joe is Thicke. What kind of was some of your past family holidays? Have you got any interesting anecdotes of other Thicke people?

Speaker 3:

Well, that was the best I think I met my brother. That was joking. I love you, love you very much, joking, I think. Well, I'm very close with my family. It's always Mum, dad, me and my brother and we go away and we have so much fun. You know it's funny, I think, because they know you, you know them, you can relax.

Speaker 3:

You don't have to be anybody else apart from yourself and you know, to go away, and I'm getting on a bit, we're all getting on a bit, but we still have fun together, and you know. So now I love a beach holiday, I do love the hot climates. I am a. I love the sun.

Speaker 2:

What type of beach are you?

Speaker 3:

What in what way?

Speaker 2:

Well, I often get beach envy. What do you mean by beach Beach envy? So I look at someone and they have their windbreaker, they have their hamper, they have their towels, they have sometimes an inflatable sun lounger. I've seen before. Are you like I'll just rock up to the beach with a towel and a swimsuit and that's it, or do you bring? Do you bring the goods?

Speaker 1:

Can I just give you a chance to think about this, because that question has come from the most unlikely beach person I've ever met, like I don't think I could ever. The only time I could ever picture you on a beach is in like a 1920s like beach. Full body beach and full body like so knitted swimsuit.

Speaker 2:

Don't get me wrong, I love a beach, but that's why I get beach envy, because I need the absolute right umbrella. I need one of those umbrellas. My uncle has one. It opens like a sunflower. So it opens and then it can like follow the sun.

Speaker 1:

So it kind of an angle like a John yes.

Speaker 3:

No shade that you just move yourself my perfect beach day.

Speaker 2:

Yeah would be the following so yeah no, you can do that, jay. A Nice sunflower umbrella is what I'm gonna call it I and a really nice woven Sun Lounge with a nice weave. Hammock no like a, I mean a son.

Speaker 1:

Right, is it a rat?

Speaker 2:

and yeah, but I'm right.

Speaker 1:

He's rubber no I just know, I'm just he's trying to bring garden furniture.

Speaker 2:

The rat needs needs needs to be tightly sprung. Sorry, but there's nothing worse than sitting in a limp cradle. Now. This is one of the most prestigious games that, to be honest, has ever appeared in British podcasting history. It's the subject of huge controversy, of Huge drama why is that huge intellect?

Speaker 1:

Why is there? A lot of controversy and we don't need to go into that. But this scoring, this is called the ABC quiz, which stands for anything but correct. Season 2 so this is just a quick quiz, but don't worry about it, because it's it's. It's a straightforward quiz, and all we require should from you is Incorrect answers.

Speaker 2:

So we're gonna ask you a question, you just have to answer Incorrectly for example, we could say what color is the sky, and you would say red or pink, precisely.

Speaker 1:

You've got 48 seconds to answer as many of these questions. You look, you look worried.

Speaker 3:

I do because I did not know you would do anything like this.

Speaker 1:

I just like to spring this on people, because that's the sort of guys we are. Here we go then. Your first question starts now. What is your name, bob? Where does sangria come from the ground? It's raining cats and what pigs. How many legs does a giraffe have? Eight old McDonald had a cow. What's your name? Oh no, it doesn't. Who's married to David Beckham, doris? What do you use your nose for? To scratch name something that rhymes with yes. Silhouette what are the six colors of the rainbow?

Speaker 3:

Purple, indigo, black, gray. How many that?

Speaker 1:

silver and gold complete the phrase knock knock.

Speaker 3:

What's up?

Speaker 1:

And I'll ask you one more what? Who is the king?

Speaker 3:

Elvis.

Speaker 2:

Well, joe, you answered 11 questions and Already I'm gonna have to take a few away.

Speaker 1:

I'm afraid I told you he'd be.

Speaker 2:

Old.

Speaker 1:

McDonald had a cow. You did have a cow.

Speaker 2:

I was thinking at the time yeah, sorry, I'm gonna give you a bonus point, for silhouette rhymes with yes, because I just think you could have gone for anything and you chose silhouette.

Speaker 3:

I like the word. It's a nice word, isn't it? It's a lovely words.

Speaker 2:

We'll give you a bonus point for that. I've got to take away two more points. I'm afraid I'm more questions. The colors of the rainbow? As far as I'm aware, purple and indigo are both colors.

Speaker 3:

I got stumped there.

Speaker 2:

So sadly, no point there. And who is the king Elvis? Well, I.

Speaker 1:

Think of rock and roll. Oh, do we give her that.

Speaker 2:

No, I think he is the king of something is the king. Yeah, yeah so you end there, joe, with Nine points very disappointing which I don't want to say it, but it's the same amount of points as Johnny Mack.

Speaker 2:

Oh gosh season one and he was last for the whole season. Don't know if I can get over this, but I may Give you a chance to win some bonus points here on Henry. It's not incorrect, but for the creativity of impression they have to be life-like impressions of animals. It is gonna be a rapid fire. Old McDonald had a farm. Oh, these got to be true animals, that now these are true animals, but they have to sound not like Joe B doing an impression like actual livestock.

Speaker 1:

For example, he was gonna demonstrate if I was to say duck quark. Even did that, posh quark.

Speaker 3:

So quark, quark.

Speaker 2:

Let's just get the sound bite of old McDonald. Had a farm first.

Speaker 1:

We ready Jack old McDonald had a farm E I, e I O, and on that farm he had a mouse E I.

Speaker 2:

E I O with a here and a.

Speaker 1:

There, here it there it, everywhere it.

Speaker 2:

And on that farm he had a moose. E I, e I O with a. I can't do it. I don't know what me sounds like. Here a there, it, everywhere it. Old Mc, what the hell was that? Mcdonald had a moose.

Speaker 1:

E, I, e I O Final. One old McDonald had a donkey.

Speaker 3:

E, I E I.

Speaker 1:

O with a.

Speaker 2:

Here and a.

Speaker 1:

Here it everywhere. It Eeeawww, eee-ya-ee-ya. I can't believe you're making me do this.

Speaker 3:

Can we stop?

Speaker 2:

I don't know what's happening here With that we're going to give you four bonus points for that. Four bonus points, which takes you up to 13 points.

Speaker 3:

Hey, wow, I'll give you some Thank you.

Speaker 1:

If you were to sort of come here as a guest, then now you've had a bit of experience, yeah, over the last few months working here. If you were to come here as a guest, what would your perfect day here as a guest look like?

Speaker 3:

Depending on weather. Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1:

If you could choose which part of the year you'd come to, summer, summer, definitely summer. I love a summer holiday.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, I mean, I think perfect day here. Oh gosh Breakfast.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, and then what sort of breakfast are you going for?

Speaker 3:

Probably I do like poached egg on toasts and scrambled egg on toasts.

Speaker 2:

I love a poached egg. I make a great poached egg.

Speaker 1:

I absolutely love them. It brings us up every week.

Speaker 2:

I make a great poached egg.

Speaker 3:

Well, I just, I think there's lots of different styles for poached egg and I like it. You get a saucepan, you whirl it into a little, whirl A little vinegar, and then you empty it.

Speaker 2:

White wine vinegar.

Speaker 3:

And then you empty the egg into it and it's kind of like with the whirlpool.

Speaker 2:

They make it the same way as me. Oh, it's great.

Speaker 3:

I love it.

Speaker 1:

And then it creates this little bubble of goodness when you say it makes it the same way as you. How many times in your lifetime, joe, have you made a poached egg? Do you think roughly? Oh gosh.

Speaker 3:

Quite a few now, I suppose, yeah.

Speaker 1:

In sort of triple digits.

Speaker 3:

Maybe, maybe I've been, you know.

Speaker 1:

Henry, how many times have you made a poached egg in your lifetime? Three, yeah.

Speaker 3:

Right.

Speaker 1:

I can't believe we're having this conversation again.

Speaker 3:

No, so after breakfast I would probably go for a walk I like to have a walk after you know I have something to eat and probably have a look around the site and maybe go for a swim, then lunch, a couple of drinks and then maybe go and do some of the activities, because there are so many things that you know you can't fit it all in.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 3:

I think I mean me and Matty did this thing this summer against each other. I mean, we didn't go on, we got the team to do it, but there's segues. You've got the archery. I didn't, you know, climb in the wall, not that I would actually be able to do that. The giant swing is like you know. There's loads to do. The cars isn't it.

Speaker 2:

Don't do that. I saw that thing.

Speaker 1:

Don't do that.

Speaker 3:

You were not very happy with that were you, you'll die.

Speaker 1:

It did feel horrendous.

Speaker 3:

Is it bad?

Speaker 1:

Well, you'll die. It's not as bad as he's making out, but there was that point where you feel like you're dropping, but the worst bit about it is because it's a swing you drop and then you go up and then you drop again and then you come up, and then you drop again A bit like the pirate ship.

Speaker 3:

Do you remember the pirate ship? Do you remember the pirate ship? You said I love the pirate ship.

Speaker 1:

Well, the pirate ship feels more secure.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, it's true, it's true.

Speaker 2:

Let me talk you.

Speaker 1:

Through my experience J, I got pretty clever tips. Would you like to have a tea? Probably time to go and make one Kelvin then hoists me up.

Speaker 3:

Hoists you up.

Speaker 2:

So Kelvin hoists me up this rig. You were not happy. Oh, so then I drop, I'm with Sue, and then, just as I'm about to be let off, jack comes on, he gets clipped in, and then they hoist me back up.

Speaker 3:

So you did it twice. Yeah, see, well done, well done you. But yeah, my day here would be, I suppose, again with the weather. If it's raining, you know, you come back inside and see the.

Speaker 1:

Well, there's so many things going on inside oh gosh.

Speaker 3:

yeah, I mean, I think you know what that would be, what I used to have as a little bit of analogy with the entertainment program, because obviously there is so much to do that you can't fit it in. And you know some people would be like, oh you know, you put this on this time and you've got that on that time. So I used to say to them, especially when I was working away, I'd be like so you've got to look at the entertainment program as like a menu. Yeah, and you go to a restaurant. You have four starters, four mains and four desserts. You choose which one you want. You can't have all four. So that's what we try and deliver. So you know you can't have all at the same time. You have to try and get, you know, crowd controlled and send people where need to be. But you know, because there is I was blown away when I opened that up I'm like, oh my gosh, how do you fit all of those activities in one day? So you can't do it. So that's when they come back.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, that's the way to do it. That's the way to do it. We get to the main bulk of things. We're going to start with a couple of interview questions for this potential.

Speaker 2:

So Joe Henry, joe B.

Speaker 3:

Henry.

Speaker 2:

Patterson, what was the last thing you put into Google? You can check if you'd like to.

Speaker 3:

It was Google flights.

Speaker 1:

Google flights, where you think you've gone.

Speaker 3:

Well, I don't know, because I've still got some holiday to take and I was just if you put Google flights and they come up really, really cheap, and I was looking at Malta, faro and things like that. So that was my last Google search.

Speaker 2:

Would you like to come to Bruges with me? Bruges is lovely, I'm going there with Rosie for my birthday.

Speaker 3:

Oh it's beautiful. Yeah, no, I mean yeah, of course I would.

Speaker 2:

We just can't. I love Bruges, january the 14th. We're going. If anyone wants to fly out with us, we'll watch it again at the Euro style.

Speaker 3:

Actually I can't because I'm on holiday with my mum and dad for my mum's birthday from the 14th to the 21st for her in Spain again.

Speaker 2:

Sorry about that. It was last time to move that I've booked it off already, but you know Bruges, you'll have a lovely time.

Speaker 3:

I absolutely love Bruges.

Speaker 2:

Thanks, joe, never been to.

Speaker 3:

Bruges.

Speaker 1:

Beautiful. If you were given an elephant and you weren't able to sell it or give it away, what would you do with it?

Speaker 3:

You can't give it away.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, no.

Speaker 3:

I'd have to look after it myself, and they'd just have to.

Speaker 1:

How would you? Is there any sort of like grooming tips that you would use?

Speaker 3:

I wouldn't know until I get me elephant, would I?

Speaker 2:

And on that farm he had an elephant. E-i-e-i-o with a.

Speaker 1:

Wow, it's the best one you've done so far.

Speaker 2:

Here and a here and a.

Speaker 1:

That was I mean shock, oh, but a big whip snade.

Speaker 3:

Thanks whip snade. Here and a there and a.

Speaker 1:

Everywhere and a and she's passed out through. I am actually. I feel like I'm just blowing a balloon up.

Speaker 2:

Joe, yes, there's a fire.

Speaker 3:

Oh my gosh.

Speaker 2:

What are you going to save first from your house? You open the door and you see.

Speaker 1:

Your family members are safe.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, they're fine.

Speaker 1:

What's the first thing, what's the only thing you rescue from a fire?

Speaker 3:

The only thing I'd rescue. It might sound really weird to you and it's probably going to be really weird to everyone else, but my Bible.

Speaker 1:

Your Bible? Yes, absolutely. Is it sentimental in terms of where you've got it from?

Speaker 3:

No, I just believe in, I just take it. I will take it because that's for me how. I've been brought up with it no that's. That's the thing I would take my family's. Okay. Next is quite a promise, I know they're going to be extinct very soon, so that's why I'm going to be your family.

Speaker 1:

No, the Bible. Even I thought you were talking about your family. I thought, well, that's quite dark already I know.

Speaker 3:

I think, you're going to be as a family of do-dos, believe it or not, and a do-do here and a do-do what was the last thing you impulse bought? Carl.

Speaker 1:

Smith, carl Smith.

Speaker 3:

Because they're not. As Henry would attest, having curly hair isn't cheap. No, it's quite, and it's not. I mean you can't just Matty turned around and said why don't I just get some trezame on? Let's put some trezame on. I'm like, I've no disrespect, I couldn't have that on my hair. That would just ruin it. So my impulse buy, I have bought. I just bought two products from Carl Smith which were £24 each, and that is Probably cheap for Henry Quite.

Speaker 2:

yeah, I went into Mike Scott's office with my box of hair products and he couldn't. And Mike Scott doesn't have much use for hair products.

Speaker 3:

I'll be honest.

Speaker 2:

I was going to say yeah, but I walked in and he made fun of me for what I spent on my hair stuff. Well, I mean the thing is we all make fun of you for what you've spent on your hair stuff.

Speaker 1:

If you were to beat Usain Bolt at absolutely anything, what would it be?

Speaker 3:

Thumb War Really?

Speaker 1:

Thumb War. Are you particularly good at a thumb war?

Speaker 3:

I used to beat my dad all the time.

Speaker 1:

Would you like?

Speaker 3:

it. Are we doing a thumb war? This is so funny.

Speaker 1:

I don't claim to be anything special at thumb wars, but we'll give it a go.

Speaker 3:

We're doing the, you know.

Speaker 1:

I'm going to do the 1, 2, 3, 4. I declare a thumb war 5, 6, 7, 8.

Speaker 3:

I'll meet you at the school gate. I didn't know that.

Speaker 1:

I didn't know, we were Bow and kiss and then kiss.

Speaker 3:

I didn't know we were going to the school gate Ah, watch it Ah.

Speaker 2:

Oh no.

Speaker 1:

Gosh oh 1, 2, 3.

Speaker 3:

Watch the puffin.

Speaker 1:

The patella puffin has just fallen off. Sorry, I was. I mean, yeah, I lost, so Joe won. Yeah, that was nerve-wracking for me. What is a good tactic for a thumb war, do you think? Just keep going, just keep going, because I don't know if it's like you know float like a butterfly, spinning, like Like you've got to Do. You try and like feign going down and then come back up again.

Speaker 3:

No, well, I used to. I mean, sometimes, if you're like you know you stop and that you just keep going, you just keep going, and then you just go going, and then yeah, 1, 2, 3.

Speaker 2:

I don't want to hurt you. The most important question, joe. Yes, this is arguably the most important one. Okay, asked throughout season one.

Speaker 3:

Okay.

Speaker 2:

Who Would you rather take on holiday with you, jack or myself?

Speaker 3:

Jack, thank you.

Speaker 2:

Even though he won't understand that you need to stay near saltwater for your hair.

Speaker 3:

I know, but I couldn't. I mean I would do all boring stories all the time that I just do me a din. At least Jack's quiet.

Speaker 1:

I'm not. I'm enjoying watching him in process this.

Speaker 3:

So I just say the truth. You want me to say the truth?

Speaker 2:

we didn't bring you on here for the truth, joe. Joe, thank you very much for joining us on the all exclusive podcast before we go yes, we need to reveal the job that we have assigned you, so what we've taken in all of your answers. We've put them into a computer, into AI because all of our jobs will soon be replaced by AI. One day, yeah, so.

Speaker 1:

AI is now determining what jobs that we do, and AI has determined that your job is an Executive hair spritzer.

Speaker 3:

Oh, I love it.

Speaker 2:

So you will walk around spritzing people in the face brilliant, so I need to get a spritzer for this or you'll be supplied with. You'll be provided to spritz all of our guests in the face.

Speaker 1:

Imagine that you were now going to spritz Henry in the face. If you were to come and spritz him, uh, what sort of conversation would you have with him?

Speaker 3:

Hello. Hi, good start, so I can see you very, very Dehydrated who are you? My name is Joe and I'm the executive spritzer here at Potons right. So I can see your complexion and the way you're looking very dehydrated. I think you need a spritz.

Speaker 2:

Oh, okay, Quite accurate with this. Do I have to pay for the spritz? Absolutely no, it's completely free.

Speaker 3:

All you need to do is close your eyes. Close your eyes, henry and I will spritz away.

Speaker 1:

I can tell you he's quite pale. How did it feel to be spritzed in the face?

Speaker 2:

Wait, just do it one more time oh would you do it?

Speaker 1:

Would you ever do a double spritz? All depends how bad they look and what do you think about Henry?

Speaker 3:

Triple.

Speaker 1:

One more spritz, oh wow how do you feel? Now you've been spritzed three times in the face. I feel refreshed rejuvenated.

Speaker 3:

Yes.

Speaker 2:

I feel Sublime, I feel sumptuous, I feel moist.

Speaker 1:

Yeah yeah, there we go, joe B. We've filled our first position in the all exclusive executive spritzer. Executive spritzer.

Speaker 2:

We're gonna have quite the board of directors.

Speaker 1:

I think we will we've already gotten our executive spritzer, which is wonderful. I'm really excited to see what other team members we collect as we go through this.

Speaker 3:

We are collecting these people.

Speaker 1:

Yes, and I can't wait for the staff party at the end. Oh, what is it?

Speaker 2:

We'll build a cocoon of love and respect. You promise whatever you like. I'll never collect, right, I'm ready, I'm ready. I'm ready now Someone, I'm ready. Do you know what happened at that point in company jack? No, katrina Lank was stood on stage singing that she was like the um in the someone I'm ready. And then the heavens opened and it literally rained on stage.

Speaker 2:

Wow during that moment rained on her while she's in the hall, I'm ready. And then they stopped to rain. Halfway through the Broadway production of company was coming to unsafe. I think Sounds quite unsafe.

Speaker 1:

I've got some really exciting things because this season not change. Not only are we going to be interviewing people for different positions in the all exclusive um board of directors of directors Um, we're also going to be doing some quite interesting stuff because we're going to be doing some mid week drops.

Speaker 2:

Mid week drops. Yes, that's right. Bonus episodes are going to become a bit of a norm here on the all exclusive podcast. Um, we will announce they won't be weekly because we can't really be bothered for that, but they will be Regular bonus episodes. We will tell you when they're coming. There'll be some really exciting things Out on location, not in the room cover studio.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, we're going to head out and do a couple of exciting different things around the world, around the world. Not just the uk, not just in hopton on scene around the world on.

Speaker 1:

Orbit on planet earth, uh, but yeah, special locations and all sorts of things like that, as well as, of course, all of the interviews. Um, we're also visiting five lakes. We've already been down there. We've talked to a few of uh, what a few team members down there. The first mid week drop we can announce it won't be next week, but it might. But it is coming on a mid week drop soon. The abc showdown We've had a very, very busy summer so we need to apologize that we haven't yet done season ones abc show.

Speaker 2:

I said this and guests the other day because they came up to me they were very upset that it hadn't been released yet and I said I'm sorry, I was doing things yeah and I Reiterated that sentence.

Speaker 1:

I've been doing things. Yeah so we will be doing the abc showdown and we'll be doing that as a mid week drop sometime soon. Also, I've got a little present for us as well. I've bought us a detective for the day pack.

Speaker 2:

Have you actually?

Speaker 1:

yeah, I bought one. It's on its way, it's? I would check the post just before today just to see if it arrived. It's not here yet, but we get given a murder case. Uh, all the clues, all the information, and we have to solve the murder case.

Speaker 2:

It's not one that's actually happening in the world, is it? We aren't like actually solving a crime? I can't confirm or deny that because that's quite a lot of pressure on me.

Speaker 1:

Well, we've got to solve the crime either way.

Speaker 2:

But, jack, that all sounds very exciting for season two, that I think that officially wraps up episode one of season two. That's very impressive, shark. Yeah, here we are back in the game, we're back in the swing, we're back in the flow, we're back in town.

Speaker 1:

The boys are back In town. We don't have the rights to play the song otherwise insert song here, but we'll just play some royalty free music instead. Boys are back in town.

Speaker 2:

No, you can't sing it, jack, we'll just play some royalty free music.

Speaker 3:

Doesn't really have the same.

Speaker 1:

But tune in next week for episode two.

Speaker 2:

Should we say who we're interviewing? Yes, why don't we? We are traveling to Essex next week to interview the fantastic mr Fox, dan Fox.

Speaker 1:

I love that intro brilliant. We'll be going down to Five Lakes chatting to him and seeing which new position hid Phil on the all exclusive boardroom. We'll see all you board members next week. Bye, well, I guess it's like we never left jack when you get your new house.

Speaker 2:

Can I come over for tea sometimes?

Speaker 1:

No.

Season Two Thank You and Updates
Jack's Relationship, Driving Lessons, Album Updates
An Accident, Recovery, and Caribbean Adventures
Beach Envy and Incorrect Answers
Poached Eggs, Activities, Plans, Preferences
Executive Spritzing and Season Two Excitement