The show records for over two hours, a tiny bit of which is willy-waving and “banter” and the rest NEWS.
He tried hard to make the morning banter work with Curry, to the point that some colleagues told him to stop faking it.
And yet, despite the banter, the crux of the issue is the feasibility of it all.
Nevertheless, a little of this sort of banter goes a long way.
Grade: B-…light on revelations, heavy on banter, still a fun way to pass an hour.
Nay, she throws aside the cowl entirely, and by her natural bright humor tries to banter him into acquiescence.
He raised his eyes to hers; and nodded with an air of banter that was charming.
He revels in an interchange of banter and repartee which makes her eyes sparkle and his pulses beat the faster.
Mrs. Garth's banter was not calculated to outlast this kind of assault.
The time for banter had passed; they fought grimly and silently.
1670s, origin uncertain; said by Swift to be a word from London street slang. Related: Bantered; bantering. The noun is from 1680s.