A lot of people are obsessed with looking cool. They feel they have to look after their image.
From the stage I've seen people of all ages absolutely roaring at really good toilet humour.
It only works because we still amuse each other. After we have been working with other people, it is so refreshing to laugh unreservedly when we are back together again.
People expect us to be different, but we're not. We're very similar people, and it's because we're so similar and close to each other that we make each other laugh - in fact we make each other laugh more than we make anyone else laugh.
There is a lot of rubbish written about toilet humour - people saying it is childish and pretending it is beneath them - but there is no doubting the effectiveness of a really good willy gag.
We had so much fun in Ghana and they are really lovely people.
Even though we work in the same field, we have an intense private life away from our professional lives.
I don't claim that our TV comedies are highbrow in anyway, but I think there's a basis to them, and that's why they're more popular than other TV comedies. There's a basis of truth in them, a gut feeling.
I'm waiting for the time when I fail - because we all fail - and I'm ready, I'll take up carpentry.
It's definitely time to stop. We're getting too old. We both realised that the show wasn't as engaging as it used to be. We were starting to look a bit ridiculous.
I remember once having to stop performing when I thought an elderly man a few rows back from the front was actually going to die because he was laughing so hard.
The most fun I ever have is sitting in with Rick writing, and we laugh at our own jokes.
We have never been strictly political, only strictly funny.
I've never played a hero before so I jumped at the chance.
Most modern comedy is crap.