It's been a week of destruction outside the office.
Bobbie was left fuming after discovering a scratch on his car, Ash destroyed Lavver's blender while attempting to make a rhubarb based cocktail and James ended up with shards of glass in his hands, but bizarrely quite happy about it.
Bobbie, on the other hand, was anything but, after his cheap and cheerful McDonald's ended up being pretty expensive.
The smile Ronald McDonald had put on his face was wiped away pretty emphatically when he returned to the car park to find a car blocking him, having appeared to give Bobbie's car a nudge on the way in.
After taking about a million pictures of the damage and the two cars, he headed to the police station to report what happened only to find he was getting a ticket when he came out! What can we say; when it rains it pours...
Luckily for Ash, Lavvers saw the funny side of him destroying his blender, but that's probably because Ash was making cocktails and Lavvers was happily putting them away with some help from Bobbie.
"I downloaded this wicked cocktail app so we decided to have a little party at mine," said Lavvers.
"It had about 500 different drinks, but after a while we decided to experiment by ourselves and Ash chucked in frozen rhubarb and that's when it packed up... so we just went to a club instead."
Cocktail parties followed by a club...It all sounds a bit Sex and The City to us.
Meanwhile, James's experience was far more like the new sic-fi film Chronicle... at least that's that what he tells us:
"I was about to go and play golf and I had these to glasses in my hand and they just shattered! It was like I was one of the kids in Chronicle and I did it with telekinesis!"
Needless to say he couldn't repeat the trick in the office... we had to try!
Inside the office and Mick Foley's appearance on the show this Saturday has got everyone excited... except for Baby Elvis!
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out why, but once again the rest of the crew were keen to see the former Elvis impersonator have pain inflicted on him by the wrestling legend.
"I don't mind doing it, but Foley's old now isn't he... he's just not going to be very agile and I don't think he's gonna be up for it," was his first line of defence.
"Fine," we said. "We'll just got him to socko you instead."
"No way! There's no way I'm letting him stick a sock in my mouth. This just isn't funny anymore!"
It seems pretty funny from where we're sitting!
And add into the mix an orange sofa with the Royle Family's Sue Johnston and God himself (aka Robbie Fowler) and you can understand why we can't wait for Saturday's show!
We'll see you then...