CP+ 2016: Things we found that had been cut in half
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CP+ 2016: Things we found that had been cut in half

'I don't know, Rishi', I said in the press room, over warm coffee from a warm can. 'I don't know if I should do another 'things we found that had been cut in half' slideshow.' Rishi was silent. I went on: 'Is it even funny? And there aren't that many things at the show this year which have been cut in half. Mostly I've just seen things which are whole. I don't know whether I should do it'.

Rishi looked up. There was pain in his eyes. Confusion. The confusion of a child who's starting to suspect that Santa doesn't exist but isn't ready to believe it.

His normally whisper-quiet voice rose slightly. 'You have to do it' he said, almost pleading. His voice became louder still - 'You have to do it. Not because it's funny - Barney, listen to me. It's not funny. It has never been funny. But that's not why you do it. You do it because it's tradition.'

'Dammit, Rishi' I said, straightening in my chair and in the same motion, banging my knees against the oddly low desk, 'You're right. And stop yelling, you're freaking me out'.