Graham: I did a game show in America a while ago, and there was a contestant on it, this woman, and her “fun fact” about herself was that her father had been a serial killer. Right? And her other “fun fact” was she hadn’t told her husband that her father was a serial killer until after they were married. So… you know, it’s a light-hearted thing but I’m trying to say to her, “Now… do you think maybe your husband would have been concerned about having children given that there’s, you know, a serial killer in you somewhere.” And she went, “No, no no, he’s been through similar things, his father committed suicide.” And you just thought, “You’ve got a serial killer and a suicidal man and you thought that was a good gene pool to be splashing around in.”
Stephen: “You’ll give birth to a child who kills himself lots of times”. A serial suicide, it’s terrifying.
Stephen: An adult’s body may turn out, usually, somewhere between seven and ten years old in terms of its cells, although some of its cells are much, much younger. 98% of the seven billion billion billion atoms in the human body are replaced yearly.
David: You know, I think some of my socks are older than I am. I feel I should defer to them.