This is a side blog, we CAN NOT follow back.
– didn’t we fly him to Amsterdam once?
If the MJN crew were songs.
Douglas: Nobody does it better, though sometimes I wish someone could, nobody does it quite the way you do, why d’you have to be so good?
Martin: Come fly with me, let’s fly, let’s fly away…
Arthur: If life seems jolly rotten, there’s something you’ve forgotten, and that’s to laugh and smile and dance and sing, when you’re feeling in the dumps, don’t be silly chumps, just purse your lips and whistle - that’s the thing, and… always look on the bright side of life…
Carolyn: Who run the world? Girls!
Arthur Shappey. A serious man, with a serious announcement, and a serious face.
The new series of Cabin Pressure will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 for six weeks starting Wednesday the 9th of January, 2013. The cast is unchanged.
There will be three recordings. They will all be at the RADA studios in London, at 1:30 pm, on the following dates: Sunday the 2nd of December; Sunday the 16th December and Sunday the 6th of January. (source)
ARTHUR: Here you are Skip – nice hot cup of coffee.
MARTIN: (sighs and slurps) Oh, it’s cold.
ARTHUR: Nice cup of coffee.
MARTIN: It’s horrible!
ARTHUR: Cup of coffee.
MARTIN: I’m not even sure it is coffee.
19, one-niner, XIX, Nineteen, naɪnˈtiːn
The number of passengers at which is becomes compulsory to carry at least one flight attendant.
ARTHUR: —thing is, is it unprofessional to tell a passenger that you once made a collage of her face out of pasta shapes?
DOUGLAS: Hmm. I really don’t know.
ARTHUR: You see, part of me thinks…
If this was a proper airline we’d be staying at the Excelsior.