12 January 2002
|Xfm Series 1 |
November 2001 - May 2002
List of episodes
- 1 Track Listing
- 1.1 1. Small Man Complex (0:00:00)
- 1.2 2. Feet On Fire (0:02:48)
- 1.3 3. Brrraaaakk Sarge! (0:06:39)
- 1.4 4. Freaks Of America (0:08:57)
- 1.5 5. Bootlegs (0:13:38)
- 1.6 6. Then We're All Shafted (0:16:02)
- 1.7 7. Secret Of The Century (0:20:57)
- 1.8 8. Ice-Based Laxative (0:26:05)
- 1.9 9. A Modern Stone Age Family (0:29:59)
- 1.10 10. Seona Dancing Meets... (0:35:41)
- 1.11 11. Criss-Cross (0:41:51)
- 2 Quotes
- 3 Playlist
|For a full transcript of this episode see 12 January 2002/Transcript|
1. Small Man Complex (0:00:00)
Ricky and Steve discuss height issues among actors which non-surprisingly ends up as a discussion of Steve's 6'7" body.
2. Feet On Fire (0:02:48)
Steve explains the disadvantages of being "freakishly tall" but is cut short by a fire alarm.
3. Brrraaaakk Sarge! (0:06:39)
Steve continues telling his New Year's story, where two girls approach him with a question he wasn't expecting.
4. Freaks Of America (0:08:57)
Steve recounts a story of his time in America, in which Ricky notices similarities between his experience and Mr. Benn before moving onto a discussion about sexy cartoon characters.
5. Bootlegs (0:13:38)
Ricky and Steve endorse piracy, then make a mockery of a rival station's DJ.
6. Then We're All Shafted (0:16:02)
Steve and Karl discuss astronomy, and Ricky instantly dismisses Karl's information on the history of the baguette.
7. Secret Of The Century (0:20:57)
Amendments to the previous pasty discussion and baguette report are coupled with terrible French accents. Karl proceeds to give advice on how to test if you're being poisoned.
8. Ice-Based Laxative (0:26:05)
Ricky's mate overheard a heated argument between a married couple whilst on holiday and Karl tries to justify the husband's actions.
9. A Modern Stone Age Family (0:29:59)
Ricky and Steve discuss the social situations of prehistoric man then make fun of an 80 stone American.
10. Seona Dancing Meets... (0:35:41)
Ricky explains how Bucks Fizz tried to smuggle his 80s band through customs on a flight to Newcastle.
11. Criss-Cross (0:41:51)
Steve attempts to show off by tempting Ricky and Karl to ask him questions about an embargoed film.
Steve: She hangs around with a dog.
Ricky: Do lesbians do that?
Steve: Well have you seen some lesbians? They're right dogs. Goodnight!
Ricky: How old are you?
Ricky: So you were just coming out of your teens---
Karl: I'm a Virgo.
Ricky: ... No, no, that... No, you don't understand, it's... Just... "I'm a Virgo" ?
Karl: Were you a tall baby?
P.O.D - Alive
Muse - Plug In Baby
Mercury Rev - The Dark is Rising
Happy Mondays - Step On
Hip-Hop Hooray: N.E.R.D. - Bobby James
The Hives - Hate To Say I Told You So
Song For The Lovers: Radiohead - Let Down
The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist
Ash - There's A Star
A Song That I Like: Patti Smith - Gloria
The Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Like You
Hundred Reasons - I'll Find You
That Film Sounds Good: Elton John - Tiny Dancer
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Love Burns
Song For The Ladies: The Rolling Stones - Wild Horses
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