Pandemonium - Going Viral
Full Transcript - Episode 12
Jay & Gee check-in for an update on surviving the corona-virus with some of the whackier pandemic news items.
Meanwhile, special guest Elle makes her debut and explains how five-year-olds fill their time during lockdown.
L: 1...2...3... Welcome to the podcast of Cornoa-virus!
J: Good morning São Paulo!
J: Welcome. Today we have the...the coronas-virus special podcast.
J: Podcast, yes. So, as...as you can hear, we have a special guest – a...a guest host, and she is five years old and she is very excited to be participating in her first ever podcast! Yeah?
G: Welcome, Lorena!
J: And we’ll call you Elle.
G: Little Elle.
J: Little Elle, yeah.
G: Give ‘em ‘ell.
J: We have...er...at a remote location, we have Gee, is with us today, via Skype.
G: I am here...
G: ...remotely, isolated. We are safe from each other. This is the most important thing.
J: Yes. We’re maintaining social distancing.
G: Effectively. Very good social distancing. More than two meters.
J: The virus hasn’t gotten...gotten to us yet, although it has affected production.
G: Yes, for which we apologize.
J: Yes. So, apologies for all our sponsors.
G: A long-overdue edition of The Samba Buzz! Yes.
J: Not a whole lot we could do about that, though.
G: But, we...we’re back!
J: W...well I’d like to turn just a little bit to our special guest, here.
G: Let’s go to the special guest.
J: So, Miss Elle, how do you like staying at home, because you...you used to go to school all the time? You used to go to school every day. Right?
J: And do you still go to school?
L: No, because have corona-virus. Now, I need to stay home.
J: You need to stay home?
G: Have you had the corona-virus, Miss Elle?
J: Oh, that’s good.
G: Ah, how do you know? How do you know you haven’t had the virus?
L: Because sometimes I go outside and I don’t get coronavirus because I go with gloves and with masks!
G: Gloves and masks, yes.
J: Gloves and masks. Yes, so you don’t have it.
G: Very good. Social distancing – two meters from mommy and daddy.
J: Yes. So...so...so what do you do during the day, Miss Elle? W...who takes care of you? If you don’t go to school, who has to take care of you?
L: My dad, and my mom go to works.
J: They go to work but who stays with you during the day?
L: In the morning?
J: In the morning.
L: My dad.
J: Your dad stays with you?
J: And do you think your dad is doing a pretty good job, so far?
L: Hm, yeah.
J: Because they say that m...m...most dads don’t cook very well. Can your dad cook well?
L: Yeah, my mom too.
J: Yeah? An...and what’s the favorite thing you like to eat with your mom and dad?
L: Macarrão, potato, rice and beans...brocolli...strawberry.
G: What? No, ice-cream?
J: You don’t like ice-cream?
L: I like ice-cream.
J: And ice-cream, ok. And do you like cinnamon rolls too?
L: Hm-um. Pancakes...
G: Pancakes, cinnamon rolls – it’s all good.
J: B...but who makes all this stuff, hm? Who makes all these pancakes for you?
L: My dad.
J: Your dad sounds like a good cook!
L: Yeah, and my mom too.
(more to follow)