Alan: That’s why they name virtual assistants things you wouldn’t normally say. So you don’t unintentionally say their names in conversation.
Ian: My mind went to a bad place. Like “What’s a name nobody would have? Oh, Hitler! They should name it Hitler.”
Mars: Wouldn’t make it past marketing.
The Champed Up prompt is “Ye Olde Times” and a drawing is “Karen on a horse”
Ian: I’m sure they existed back in the day
Mars: Karens? Or horses?
Ian: Man, rats or turkeys?
Mars: What a conundrum, Ian
Keith: I saw a turkey from my car
Mars: I had three turkeys the other day serenading my guinea fowl
Keith: I think Ian’s probably pretty good at basketball
Ian: I don’t
Fibbage 3 says Cristiano Ronaldo opened a museum in Portugal dedicated to himself
Ian: I hope he just sits in a glass case all day
Greg: There’s one exhibit?
(Playing Fibbage 3, answering a question showing a diagram of a mouth thing, and an answer is “Waffles”)
Ian: But I want to fire waffles from my mouth…
(Talking about old games… Tim had created “Beeline” and “Do you like toast, Alan” in college)
Ian: Do you like bees, Alan
Tim: Pitch it
Ian: It’s a game where you feed bees to Alan. You roll dice to see how many bees you feed to Alan, and then you win
Tim: Now are these actual bees and actual Alan?
Tim: I’ll sign my name on the dotted line. I think you’ve got a hit on your hands
(Playing Fibbage, talking about the prime minister playing Pokemon Go)
Kayleigh: Who knows how many pokemon are in parliament?
Ian: That’s my excuse when I break in!
(Playing Role Models, Tim’s animal defense mechanism is “Being eaten by a bear”)
Ian: Being inside a bear is the best defense
Ian: Puerto Rico two: Vengeance of bears!