Mike began the show by showing us how a door opens. A man called Paul yanks some rope. He wasn’t the only one coining in cash for old rope.
There was a joke about ties and how it’s like, y’know, they’re strangling you.
10 minutes in, Mike asked, ‘Shall we have a chat show?’ That would be an idea, seeing as that’s why we’re here.
We witnessed Baron Wogan and his roster of chat show guests, including Robert de Niro, Harrison Ford, The Thatcher, Mike Tyson, and Michael Caine. Essentially, the calibre McIntyre won’t have access too.
Nicolas Cage proved once again why he’s the greatest star on Earth.
When giving a ‘This Is Your Life’ rundown of Viscount Wogan’s chat show work, McIntyre expressed incredulity at how he could prepare to speak to three guests live on TV. It’s called doing your job, Mike.
‘Steady’ was all King Wogan had to say when Mike’s flattery increased at pace.
‘You have this wry, unbelievable sense of humour…’ – thanks for that, MM.
As Michael repeatedly asked for advice on how to host a chat show – perhaps on air isn’t the right time – Emperor Wogan replied to these requests with a cool, ‘Why should I?’
We met the audience. Great.
Mike took a desk chair for a drive. Did you hear BBC3 is closing, by the way?
We heard about what it’s like to wear an earpiece. Such entertaining insight.
Due to the company, Lily Allen felt compelled to explain who Kanye West is.
MM asked Lord Sugar how he relates and deals ‘with so many different types of people’. It’s a good question – what is it like to be a normal human?
We watched a seven year old clip from The Apprentice.
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