Well, I'm lucky because, you see, I'll probably bounce back from this role.
Lacroix has been fantastic. He's very nice. He gets the joke, and I think that's a good thing.
I can remember the first face-lift show that came on. I rang up everyone - are you watching? I'm watching.
You get crushes on people. You have to see them every day in that week. They're a fantastic person, and it could be a man or a woman.
They have become part of us in that if we get dressed up as them, we don't actually have to have a script. You can just become them. You just become nervy.
I remember when the first police scary video thing came out, and you thought, wow, ooh, look at this, come and look, come and look. And now it's on every channel.
I grew up with a mother who, every time she saw something, would say, I'm going to look that up. And I've become that person - I've become the reference-book person.
No, sometimes we just have to take liberties because the idea was so good. I wish we'd just gone with the idea that Patsy had been a man. It would have been fantastic.
I'd much rather have sat there and just been a fly on the wall, instead of having to smile at people. I'd rather have been a waitress. Just gone round and stared at people.
There were a lot of areas we didn't cover that I'm hoping to cover if we do some specials. One is to see more of Patsy's home and her home life, which is just the saddest thing.