James Corden is like the podgy kid in the playground who hangs around with the big boys in the hope of one day being accepted into their gang
He giggles a lot to attract their attention, and throws in a few profanities in a bid to create a favourable impression.
He was at it again on the Big Fat Quiz of 2012, where he swigged wine with his loud-mouthed mates and insulted famous people in the name of comedy.
They included the Queen, singer Susan Boyle and – far more interestingly – the athlete Usain Bolt.
If he really wants to prove what a tough guy he is, I have an idea.
Why doesn’t he say the same sort of thing to Bolt’s face?
Now that would be funny.