Greg: How's your sitcom going?
Andy: Yeah good, good.
Greg: The reviews. Very harsh, very harsh. I think I've got one right here. I've been meaning to throw it away.
Andy: Throw it away then.
Greg:(finds review in his wallet) Oh no, 'When the whistle blows: As i watched this abysmal time warp comedy, i half expected somebody to shout "I'm free" and for Andy Millman to exclaim: Mmm Betty, the cats just shat out the worst sitcom of all time'
[Andy is talking on a mobile to a crazed fan]
Andy: Oh, Pete, I've gotta go mate, because life's too short.
[Maggie is offering suggestions to a distraught Andy about other television shows he could possibly appear on]
Maggie: There's Celebrity Love Island.
Andy: Why would I do a show that when I watched it, I was praying for a tsunami?
[Darren yawns as Andy and he watch an episode of "When the Whistle Blows"]
Andy: It's bad.
Darren: It's not bad, is it?
Andy: It is.
Darren: No, no. Bad suggests that, you know, it's evil or something. You know it's not.. It's poor. It's rubbish. It's shit. It's a shitcom!
Andy: It's a shitcom? Well, we've sorted that out then.
Andy: [referring to a bad review of When the Whistle Blows] No, don't pop it in the scrapbook. Put the good ones in the scrapbook.
Barry: What... what good ones?
Andy: There's no good ones?
Agent: Uh, best one was the Telegraph.
Andy: What'd they say?
Agent: They didn't review it.
Andy: I'm an entertainer too.
David Bowie: What do you do?
Andy: I'm in a sitcom.
Maggie: It's called "When The Whistle Blows". Have you seen it?
David Bowie: I haven't, no, is it any good?
Heckler: (Off screen) Na, it's shit.