Do we have to see Antiques Roadshow in five hour blocks?
KP: How did you feel, doing film? That was the first film you had done, correct? MITCHELL: Yes. To us, because we were doing it with Sam and Jesse, it felt very like television, really. In terms of, it’s just acting. I think that the real difference for film is the writing challenge, to make the thing work, whatever, an hour and a half, two hours rather than half an hour. And that was Sam & Jesse’s job, and I think they did a good job on it. But yeah, I’m always nervous saying this, but it was just acting for the camera in the same way. It maybe suffers because I didn’t, in some way, raise my game, but it did feel just so similar. KP: Yes, you really should have at least put in an effort. Come on. MITCHELL: I should have put on my film cowboy hat or something. KP: Yes, your magic film underwear. MITCHELL: (laughs) KP: That I’m sure they sell in all the special shops. MITCHELL: Yeah… (laughs) KP: Do you think that there is a belief that there should be some kind of different dynamic to