I’m sorry, I’ve stolen your seat. Nah, I’ve lent it to you. I’m so sorry, it must be muscle memory. As you know, I’ve guest
presented this show many many times but no, he leaves a hole is what I’m saying
which is why everyone watching appreciates how tough today must be for
Jenny. It must take guts. You know not many people would soldier on on a day like
this. I mean some people will take a day off like that. Like the makeup woman, Mary. Marianne. Yeah, I mean, she took a day off because they gave her cat a CAT scan I
found cat cancer and that’s just a cat. Now, war machine. I feel like I should be
asking you questions sitting here. So Alan Partridge, how do you put up with
this monkey? Yeah, very good question. How long have you got? She used to drive me nuts when I was on this show. No, I didn’t. Monkey nuts
they used to call her. Yeah I call her Trilly. Aw it’s so good to have you back. Get a room. Well, talking of monkey nuts Get a room! Well, talking of monkey nuts, I think
we’ve got a little clip to show of Sam. It’s a little thing that you do in your
nature shows that has fast become a viewer’s favourite and one of mine too.
Let’s take a look. I found a bit of chocolate here, darling. Oh have you? I love chocolate. Can you share it? Yea, in a minute, in a minute, in a minute. Mwah, aw I love ya. I’d do anything for you. I’ll just have a tiny bit more, a tiny bit more. I would like some chocolate. Mwah, and it’s all finished now.
Yeah, you wouldn’t have liked it anyway, love. Mwah. That really makes me chuckle every time. I used to do animal voices myself on rambles with the kids. Really? Yeah, yeah, there was, there was Simon the Sheep, Martin Cow,
Simon the Squirrel and Chris the Bee. Well, go on, let’s hear it. No no, no that’s Simon’s thing. I’d like to hear it, wouldn’t you? Come on, you can’t tantalise us like that. Exactly! Nah! Come on, have we got another clip? Can we bring that up? Move on, move on. Have you got cold feet? No, hot feet! Watch this. Hold still, you. If I don’t get these ticks off your back, you’ll get sores and you
might die and love, you’ll never get a girlfriend, a monkey girlfriend who’ll kiss you. Get off, mum. I hate you. You ruin my life. Why you not making eye contact with me then? I will do in a minute. There. I nearly got one then. Alright, bye, bye then.
Goodbye. That’s pretty good. Well, Sam, thank you so much for joining us. Always a pleasure, never a chore. Always worth trying stuff like that. Well, you’re always
welcome. I’d love to have you back on the sofa next to me very soon. Well, let’s see what happens.