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Joe Tracini's Coming of Age Diary #3

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Joe Tracini | 17:39 UK time, Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Joe Tracini and a dogHello all! Apologies for the delay in updating the blog, had a pretty bad case of food poisoning from some cocktail sausages I ate, and didn't want to get sick all over my keyboard... I'm sure you all understand.

Well, since the last time I wrote anything, we've filmed two episodes, and we've started shooting them out of order, so we've finished Episode Two and Episode Five! Both went very well. Episode Two took quite a while, because we normally have about 10 minutes of the episode already filmed on location, but we didn't for that one, so had to shoot the whole 28 minutes. We we're all very hot, tired and horny.

Alright maybe not horny, but it just occurred to me that the blog thus far has been pretty boring, so thought I'd spice it up a bit. So, it's time for...

Tony's Stupid Comment of the Week

This week, Tony saw a copy of The Times in the make up room, and said "I don't understand how The Times can make everything so boring. I love football, and if you read about it in The Sun, it's really funny and interesting, but in The Times, the say things like..." (and I promise you this is a direct quote, I wrote it down and everything), "'This week, Chelsea have signed a player who will be a significant, fragmental society figure to this years squad'". I'm sure you will all join me in saying...WHAT?!
We're moving on to film Episode Three this week, in which I am naked except for a small drawstring bag covering my manly/boy-ly bits for the majority of the episode - which will be an experience in front of a 300 strong audience, I'm sure. I'll make sure I let you know how it goes! I have also been informed that a DVD of Series One will be out sometime in October. I believe you can pre-order it somewhere on the internet! Please buy it. I want my 1.5% of the money, I have car insurance to pay. See ya! x

Joe Tracini plays DK in the BBC Three sitcom Coming of Age. Read the rest of his diary here on the Comedy Blog.



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