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Season 1 Episode 10

Rich Hall, Julia Morris, Peter Serafinowicz

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Nov 06, 2003 on BBC Two
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Rich Hall, Julia Morris, Peter Serafinowicz
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Stephen Fry and Alan Davies are joined by Rich Hall, Julia Morris and Peter Serafinowicz to discuss some Quite Interesting topics beginning with the letter A.

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      • Stephen: If Alans are going to be attacked, I will be there in the queue being herded onto the trains too, because my father was an Alan. So there's a little bit of Alan in me. (To Rich) Is there any Alan in you?
        Rich: No.
        Alan: Do you want some?

      • Stephen: I'll give you some points for knowing that Alan is a Breton Celtic word for a pebble or rock.
        Alan: Rock! Not a pebble! Possibly a boulder. But not a pebble.
        Stephen: In my book of meanings of dull Christian names, it says "Alan..." And it says "Stephen" means "a garland".
        Alan: Well, I think you'll find that when they invented the name "Alan", it was a boulder, and over time it might have got worn down...
        Stephen: Worn down to a pebble.
        Alan: Perhaps, now, it's a little pebble, but a beautiful pebble that would skim really well across a flat surface.

      • Alan: I bought a CD the other day, by someone called Alana Davis, just cos it looked bit like my name. Pathetic.
        Stephen: And there's Alanis Morissette, isn't there?
        Alan: I bought that one as well. Alan is Moriss. Ette.

      • Rich: Well, what the f*** do I know? I don't even know who invented the plane. I don't even know why you're talking to me. I have nipples, Steve, can you milk me?

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