Alan: "So did you get to meet Matt? Is he nice, ‘cause he’s a Northampton boy, he’s from Northampton where I grew up."
David: "He’s lovely. He’s a very nice chap, indeed. Yeah. And I’m told he’s doing very well, which is annoying, no, I’m really excited."
Alan: ”Oh, come on. You don’t want him to be too good.”
David: ”Oh but I do, though. ‘Cause the thing is, I’m such a sort of fanboy about the show that I just want… Oh, there he is, look.”
[picture of Matt and Karen pops up on the TV screen]
Alan: ”It’s like a young you and Catherine Tate, isn’t it?”
David: "It is."
Alan: ”Why do they love gingers? They do, don’t they? No, they do, for like, helpers, that’s what it’s called on Doctor Who - helper? Carer?”
David: ”That all works, yeah.”
Alan: ”Why do they go for a ginger all the time?”
David: ”I have to say, I think gingers are unfairly discriminated against in this county.”
Alan: ”My brother’s a ginger.”
David: ”Do you discriminate against him?”
Alan: ”Yes, all the time.”
David: ”Of course.”
Alan: ”Well, he calls me a bender.”
David: ”But it’s not… it’s the last acceptable prejudice.”
Alan: "You’re right."
David: ”I don’t understand why we’re… I think gingers can be - look at Catherine, look at Karen - gingers can be gorgeous!”
Alan: ”Yes! Julianne Moore.”
David: ”They’re gorgeous! Gorgeous! Ow!”