Gary Wayne, a 44-year-old failed accountancy student, chemist, and shop worker, told his friend, Bob, in the pub, that the ending of television programmes do not have that much impact on his life, if he is honest.
Gary said 'I was talking to Bob about this, in the Ferreting Whippet, not to be confused with the Whipping Ferret, which is the other side of town, that the ending of Television programmes should not concern us. So millions of people have invested hours of their lives watching people that have become so much more important than their families, die, be garrotted, or seen their uninspiring partner run off, but it doesn't change anything. We still have to go into work the next day, look out of windows, and wish we had a different life'.
Bob said 'Gary doesn't half come up with some deep philosophical truths when he has been knocking them back'.