Ian’s Newsround – 08/04/05 News Posted by Ian Symes on 8th April 2005, 10:43 Cast Commentary time!. Man, this is the last of these. It’s a strange feeling. But crikey, that’s a packed commentary box. Seven of them! How can we be ambushed by seven cast members? VII, of course, will be quieter, with a maximum of five for each. It’s not mentioned whether Chloe commentates on Tikka and Stoke, so I’ll take it as read that she does. It’ll be interesting to hear Chris’s comments on Duct Soup and Beyond a Joke too. I’d like to think that the reason he didn’t do the last two episodes is that he couldn’t be arsed to sit through that tripe for any longer. But it’s foolish to just guess what the cast think about the series, so just forget I spoke, OK? We’re promised some amusing stuff – the one-upmanship about hard journeys sounds great, and I can’t wait to hear it. Mind you, we’re also promised lots of comments about hair, costumes and how rubbish Norman Lovett is, which is getting very, very fucking dull now. It’ll be great to have the great deadpan man himself back, though, and I’m looking forward to seeing what Chloe and Mac can come up with. Just one more update, they’ve changed the bloody rules of the film competition again. This is a deliberate and blatant attempt to confuse me, I’m sure of it. Incidentally, myself and Mr Flibble will be editing the Observation Dome effort next week. We’re all terribly excited about the film, but we’re not allowed to write about it online, because that makes us smug, self-congratulatory cunts. Or something. In other news, dead bigot Pope John Paul George Ringo II is buried today. Good. See you in Silicon Hell.