- Interviewer: How would you get someone who hasn't watched [the show] to give it a chance?
- Bradley: I would tell them to watch an episode and come back and talk to me about it. In fact, that's what I tell people all the time.
- Interviewer: Is that how you pick up girls?
- Bradley: I actually pick up girls with various displays of origami.
- Interviewer: You do not.
- Bradley: Yes I do. It's quite a famous tactic here in England. The better you are at origami, the more women you attract.
- Interviewer: And you're sure it's not because they recognise you from the show?
- Colin: Well, they're too distracted by the origami...
- Bradley: Yes. My house is origami. I've got a car that I drove here today that's origami.
- Interviewer: It must be very environmentally friendly.
- Bradley: Yes, it is. Big time.
- Interviewer: Alright... Colin, coming back to Merlin, do you believe in magic?
- Colin: After watching Bradley drive around in his origami car, I believe in anything! (Bradley laughs in the background)
- Interviewer: Okay, do you own anything origami?
- Colin: No, I'm an origami wannabe. I've actually started up a support group because some people have a deficiency in their system where they can't actually fold things. I'm part of that group and it seems to affect people from Northern Ireland. Anyone prone to paper cuts shouldn't even enter the origami game. It's a rough industry and certainly if you don't have thick skin, you're going to lose.
“Tony Head said the other day how nice it was that so much of our relationship is really built on humour”
Bradley: Colin and I… uh… create songs. Uh, you’re never gonna hear one of these songs, and when we’re just there working on them, he sings quite a bit. Then when I go ‘Colin, let’s go show so-and-so our song’ he literally just couldn’t be more silent. He just sits there. Is it stage fright, or…?
Colin: … I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Bradley: You see, you see?? That’s an example, that’s a perfect example.