D: I think I have it figured out, A.
A: Have what figured out, D? Is it the question that beggars the answer, 42?
A: Have you figured out why there is something rather than nothing?
D: No, A. I figured—
A: Have you figured out what happens next?
D: Yes! Yes I have, A and what happens next is Simon Pegg is going to be my voice actor.
A: . . . You’re still going on about a voice actor?
D: So long as you insist on talking to the internet about cats, celebrities and a cacophonous conglomerate of craziness, I’m going to insist on having my own voice.
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D: As I was saying—
A: And may I interrupt here and say, that was an amazing array of alliteration, D.
D: Now you’re just mocking me.
A: I thought it was the other way around.
D: . . . Can I get back to Simon Pegg being my voice actor, please?
A: Of course.
D: Thank you . . . of course, I don’t have anything else to say about that. Set it up, A.
A: Please. Set it up, A, please.
D: Fine. Please. . . and thank you.
A: That’s better. Why do you want him to voice you, D? I mean, he’s funny, certainly, but I’m just not seeing it.
D: You don’t have to see it, you have to hear it. I’ve heard him do different accents, A. I’m fairly certain he could handle mine.
A: I know, I know – and as I’ve said before, I admire his work, but are you sure he could do you justice?
D: You just don’t want people to hear me.
A: Actually, I don’t want to pay an actor to voice you, but should I fail in that endeavor, I’d like it to be right.
D: So, the comic genius who you and The Boy rave about is out?
A: Are you funny?
D: I see your point. But put him on the maybe list – I think he has potential, A.
A: (Eye roll) I’ll do that, D. I’m sure Mr. Pegg is so relieved you think so.
D: As well he should be. Enjoy the podcast everyone – A and Green certainly seem to.