Manage episode 287638199 series 2890844
This week Ted & Mala discuss a Blind Date/Naked Attraction hybrid TV show which includes a rather "different" role for 'Our Graham'.
Billy Mac shares his new political message, Ted reflects on a charity squash match with Bono and pitches a new invention idea to help deal with the prejudice of imitating certain accents.
The lads also reminisce on their time spent on hit TV show Dragons Den.
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