A daily slice of Scott, with more silly features, crank calls and plenty of attempts to make you laugh.
Wed, 12 Mar 14
7 days remaining
Chris celebrates his eligibility to enter the X-Factor 'overs' category (aka his birthday). Scott's got an amazing new compilation made up of just terrible Uni cover songs. Plus find out what a 'prickmedainty' is when Alice Levine plays Real or No Real.
Mon, 10 Mar 14
6 days remaining
What does "making someone your Gilbert" mean? It's hard to explain, you'll really have to listen. It involves Chris doing a lot of maths and doesn't end well. Also, can you really meet "the one" during a boozy weekend in Watford? Why is Scott still SO obsessed with Cathy Guetta? And has a town in Lancashire really erected a statue of Hayley Cropper? Greg and Chris try to work it out in today's Real Or No Real.
Fri, 7 Mar 14
2 days remaining
All Time Low tweet that they have an hour to kill in London so Scott gets them into the studio for a chat. They end up recreating Beyonce's Surfboard dance. Gemma Cairney plays Real Or No Real. There's another brilliant student cover version. And Chris has been using a MAN candle.
Thu, 6 Mar 14
1 day remaining
Adam Richman from Man vs Food and now Fandemonium (his new TV show) is in to play Innuendo Bingo. Will he get our weird British sense of humour?! Also, Sir Dosser is very excited that Scott's played his song. How deep did Chris's tan go? Why do the simple words "haha" make people freak out? And Greg James plays Real Or No Real.
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