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Season 4 Episode 6

Drinking

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Nov 03, 2006 on BBC Two
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Stephen Fry, Alan Davies and guests discuss quite interesting topics beginning with 'D', particularly 'Drinking'.

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      • Alan: What are the beer goggles, and what is the Latin term?
        Stephen: Beer goggles?
        Alan: Yeah.
        Stephen: What are they?
        Alan: When you've got the beer goggles on, it's when you really fancy a person who normally, you wouldn't fancy.
        Jimmy: Like you would refer to someone as a "seven pinter".
        Phill: Stephen doesn't have beer goggles, he has Madeira pince-nez. "Oh, you're a cracker. More Madeira? A small... sherry?"
        Alan: A sherry monocle. "I heard you got the sherry monocle in."
        Stephen: (pouting) You're all rotters and I hate you.

      • Phill: Interesting point from a personal point of view: If you weigh a lot, are you more weightless?
        Stephen: We have the very interesting physical question of the difference between mass and weight. Weight is a phenomenon that doesn't exist, except by virtue of gravity, because we live in 1G.
        Phill: Tell that to society, Fry!

      • Alan: (about absinthe) I had some in a bar in Manchester, and they made it over a hot spoon.
        Stephen: Yes, they do it over a hot spoon with sugar, melting the sugar, don't they.
        Alan: And it was tranny-night. And I enjoyed it much more after the absinthe.

      • Stephen: You not allowed to wear a hat, unless you are...
        Jimmy: A bishop.
        Stephen: You're in the right kind of area, it's a religious--
        Alan: Sikh.
        Stephen: A Sikh is the right answer. Help yourself to a point.
        John: But is a Sikh a hat?
        Stephen: A Sikh isn't a hat, no.
        John: I know, but is a turban a hat?
        Stephen: I can see you've been trying to wear Sikhs, haven't you?
        Phill: Read more about this phenomenon in the book "The man who turned a eastern religion into a hat".

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