Episode 12 Beat the Brain


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Episode 12

John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and problems to win money. Four members of a women's football team try to reach their goal and Beat the Brain.


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Hello, it's me, The Brain.

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These are the kind of challenges our team will face today.

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Have a go at home.

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What is the common link between these four pictures?

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Try one more.

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How many times does each arrow pass its needle?

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I'll relieve your anxiety by giving you the answers

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at the end of the show.

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Now, let's see if four brains are better than one. It's...

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Beat The Brain.

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Please, welcome the man who puts the C in Cranium, John Craven.

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Well, thank you very much. Hello, welcome to Beat The Brain,

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a show that tests your mind with challenging puzzles

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and formidable games. So, let's meet the brainteaser herself.

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-How are you today, Brain?

-Greetings to you, my silver-haired prince.

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-Do you know, I feel truly unbeatable today. Unbeatable.

-Really?

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Well, that's what you think. I know some people who are determined to prove you wrong.

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Let's meet our team. Please introduce yourselves.

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I'm Mary and I'm a solicitor.

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I'm Amy and I'm a barrister.

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I'm Emillie and I'm a retail buyer.

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I'm Katie, I'm the team captain and I'm a security consultant.

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APPLAUSE

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Well, Katie, you're the team captain, have you got a name for your team?

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-I have, yes. We're Ladies on the Ball.

-Ladies on the Ball.

-Indeed.

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-Why is that?

-Well, we're a ladies football team from south London.

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Why did you choose these three ladies out of the team?

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Well, without being disrespectful to the rest of the team,

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I think these three are certainly the most intelligent.

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I think they'll be excellent at some of the Language and Logic rounds.

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And I think together we have a very good team spirit.

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You're physically fit, obviously, because you play a lot of football,

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-but do you think you're going to score against The Brain?

-Definitely.

-I hope so, yeah.

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We'll find out. So, here's how it works.

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The show's Brain has divided into six Zones.

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Logic, Memory, Orientation, Observation, Language

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and Multi-tasking.

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Now, The Brain will select four out of those six Zones for you to play today.

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And, Katie, as the captain, you've got to decide

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which of your team members you think will be best in each of the Zones. OK?

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You'll be facing a series of questions in your Zone, with each

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correct answer adding three seconds to what we call your Brain Bank.

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The more time you build up, the better chance you have of beating The Brain

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in today's final and walking away with our jackpot of £3,000.

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-So, Ladies on the Ball, ready to play?

-ALL:

-Definitely.

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Right, let's find out which Zone is coming first

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and who will be facing it. Brain, the Zone, please.

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It's Language. So, Katie, who are you going to nominate for the Language Zone?

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We've got someone who should hopefully be excellent at Language,

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-which is Mary.

-Why is that?

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Well, Mary studied French at university.

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So, hopefully her language skills will come into play in this round.

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How about that, Mary? A lot of confidence in you.

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-Come and join me in the Language Zone.

-Come on, Mary!

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APPLAUSE

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-And why did you join the team, Mary?

-The football team?

-Yeah.

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I started playing football at university

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and really enjoyed it, then I moved to London ten years ago

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and found the club and I've been playing ever since.

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-And do you play in an all-women's league?

-We do, yes.

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-We play in a Greater London league.

-And how are you doing?

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-Do you win any cups?

-We're in mid-table obscurity, as usual.

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And we just got knocked out of the cup at the weekend,

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but we'd had a good run.

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-OK, well, I wonder how you're going to do when it comes to taking on The Brain.

-Let's see.

-Let's see.

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You'll play two games in the Zone,

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both games have three questions worth three seconds each.

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So, Brain, what's the first game?

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Salut, Mary. Comment vas tu?

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-Salut, Brain. Ca va?

-Er, ca va. Oui.

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Here's your first game.

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Mary, find the hidden word using the sentence as your clue.

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To help you out, have a trial run.

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-(This film genre is welcomed year after year.)

-Year after year.

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So, the big clue is in the wording.

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A film genre of some type, isn't it?

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-It's comedy, I think. I've just seen that.

-Oh, yes.

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I think you could well be right. Let's see if you are.

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It is.

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-So, are you happy to play?

-Yeah, happy to play.

-OK, off we go, then.

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You can have as many guesses as you like, but I will not move on to

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the next question until you give me the correct answer or pass.

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You only have 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Your game starts now.

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This emotion is quite dangerous...

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(Emotion is quite dangerous...)

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(Emotion...)

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This emotion is quite dangerous...

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-Anger.

-Anger, you're saying.

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Well done. Yes.

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You'll want to do this if you climb all of the stairs

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of the Empire State building.

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You'll want to do this if you...

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15 seconds.

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-Rest.

-Rest.

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Yes, absolutely correct. One to go and nine seconds left.

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This type of monkey eats fresh owl erroneously.

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-Howler?

-Howler.

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Well done. Just in time, two seconds to spare.

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-That was tough.

-Yeah, it was tough.

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Especially the second one, there were so many words with just a short word hidden amongst it, yeah.

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Well, let's see what game two has in store.

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Here's your second game.

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Find the word that fits between the other two.

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Each dash represents a letter. To get your eye in, Mary, have a trial run.

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Shoe something curtain. Lace?

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Lace, you say. Is that right?

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-Yes, you are right. Well done. Ready to roll?

-Ready.

-Off we go.

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You can have as many guesses as you like, but I will not move on

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to the next question until you give me the correct answer or pass.

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You'll only have 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Your game starts now.

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Buried...

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treasure. Buried treasure. Treasure chest.

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Yes, well done. Next one, please.

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Eternal flame. Flame thrower.

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Flame, that was quick. Well done. Next one - last one.

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Flight something chair. Flight path?

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Flight...

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-Deck? Flight deck. Deck chair.

-Flight deck and deck chair.

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Well done. Wow.

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-Yes, a clean sweep and that was in only one third of the time that you were allowed.

-Excellent.

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Well done. Maximum number of seconds. A full house.

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-Well done, mate.

-Feeling good about that, Katie?

-Perfect start.

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Absolutely perfect start. She's proper put the pressure on us all, now.

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I think she really has, yes.

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Pressure on Brain, as well. Hasn't she?

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Absolutely.

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Don't take this the wrong way, Mary, but I don't like you.

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-I don't like you, at all.

-Feeling's mutual, Brain.

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How dare you!

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Mary, you added 18 seconds in that Zone.

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This means, in total,

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Ladies on the Ball

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have 18 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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Really on the ball! So, well done, Mary. Please go and rejoin the team.

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And we'll find out what the next Zone is going to be

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and who is going to take it on.

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So, Brain, the Zone, please.

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Multi-tasking. So, Katie, who are you nominating for that?

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I think I'm going to delegate this one to Emillie.

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To Emillie. Why is that?

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She's a buyer for a retailer, as she's already said,

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so she's always balancing lots of things and trying to get lots of stuff done.

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Sounds a pretty good reason to me. So, Emillie, come and join me.

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-Hi, Emillie.

-Hi, John. Are you all right?

-Nice to see you.

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What sort of things do you buy, then, for your retailer?

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-Well, at the moment, I'm buying berries and currants.

-Ah.

-Yeah.

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-Strawberries, raspberries and things like that?

-Absolutely, yes. Very seasonal.

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So, where are your strawberries coming from, at the moment?

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At the moment they're coming from Spain and Morocco, with a little bit of British.

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And do you think Katie's right, you are good at Multi-tasking?

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Well, it's debatable. So, I think if you were to ask my fiance,

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-multi-tasking's probably the one thing I'm not very good at.

-Oh, right.

-So, we'll have to see.

-Yes.

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-Well, we'll find out what The Brain has got lined up for you.

-Absolutely.

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Brain, please reveal the first game that Emillie will be playing.

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-Hello, Emillie.

-Hello, Brain.

-Are you going to be as brilliant as Mary?

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I'll try my hardest, although she did set the bar very high.

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Oh, she did.

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Here's your first game.

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Emillie, count the number of times the named object appears

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in the spinning wheels. To give you some practice, have a trial run.

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Count the yellow cups.

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So, how many cups did you make that?

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-I think it was 13.

-13, you think.

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Let's have a look and see if you're correct.

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You are, indeed.

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The dodgy thing with this game is that the middle one is going

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-in the opposite direction to the other two.

-It's very confusing. Yes.

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-She's determined to try and confuse you.

-Yes.

-Will she do that?

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Let's find out as we play the game.

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Your game starts now.

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Count the green woolly hats.

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How many woolly hats?

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-I think it was ten, John.

-Ten?

-Yes.

-Is Emillie right?

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Yes, you are. Well done. Onto the next one.

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Count the white trainers.

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-How many white trainers?

-That was going a bit faster.

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-I think it was 17.

-17, you think.

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Is Emillie right?

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-Ooh.

-18, one out.

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-You were close. Close.

-They were going faster, yeah.

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-Let me warn you, they're probably going to go faster still.

-Are they? Oh, goodness.

-OK.

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Count the apples.

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How many apples?

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-I think it was 12.

-12.

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Yes, it was.

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So, two out of three fruits, there.

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-So, you proved your merit as a fruit buyer.

-Well, there we go, yeah.

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The fruit one was definitely the one I knew I was going to get.

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Yeah, yeah. Right, well, let's see what's in store with game two.

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Here's your second game.

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Count the number of times each arrow passes its needle.

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To get you in the groove, have a trial run.

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How many times?

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I think it was three on the left and six on the right.

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Three and six. Let's see if that is right?

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Yeah, well done.

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-Well, you made that test look easy, let's see how you do with the real thing.

-OK, let's go.

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Please remember, I can only accept your first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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-I think it was one on the left and four on the right.

-One and four.

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Is that right?

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Correct, well done. Next one.

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-I think it was five and five.

-Five and five, you are saying.

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Let's see if you're right.

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-Yes, you are. Good.

-Well done.

-Next one, please - and last one.

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-Ooh, that one caught me out a bit.

-It went a lot faster.

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Yeah, I think the left one was five and the right one was three.

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Five and three. Let's see if that's right.

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-It didn't catch you out.

-I thought it did. It was a lot faster.

-Was it a bit of a guess at the end, or not?

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No, I was just making the game a bit more interesting.

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THEY LAUGH

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Well, very well done. You got an awful lot of seconds in your Zone.

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-Didn't she, Brain?

-Absolutely.

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Emillie, as a buyer of berries, you will understand it when I say,

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I am very concerned about my CURRANT position.

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THEY LAUGH

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You've just boosted your chances of winning today's final

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by adding 15 seconds in that Zone.

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This means, Ladies on the Ball have 33 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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33, that's a pretty good halfway score. So, well done, Emillie.

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-Thank you.

-Rejoin your football team.

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OK, let's find out which Zone is coming next and who is going to play it.

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Brain, the Zone, please.

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-It's Logic. So, Katie?

-This is a pretty easy one. I think...

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Is it going to be you or Amy?

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It's going to be Amy. She's a very logical person, her mind is, yeah,

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a myriad of amazing things. She should do us proud.

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Come and join me, Amy, in the Logic Zone.

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APPLAUSE

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-So, your captain thinks you're very capable.

-Well, apparently so.

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A myriad of amazing things?

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That's quite something to live up to, Katie. Thank you.

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What would you say was the best day of your life?

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I think, probably, being called to the Bar. Not the drinking kind...

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-No.

-So, when I finally qualified as a barrister,

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because a lot of hard work had gone into that, obviously my parents

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were there and it was just a really good day.

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-Good days when you score, isn't it, at football?

-Yes, that doesn't happen to me very often.

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-I did score last week.

-Did you?

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Yes. Someone asked me if I meant to shoot and I definitely did.

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So, yeah, that was a good day, as well.

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Well, let's find out how logically you play now, shall we?

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And don't forget there's another 18 precious seconds on offer in this Zone.

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That's three seconds for every correct answer.

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Brain, please reveal to me what game Amy is going to be playing first.

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Here's your first game.

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You must pick up the sticks in the correct order from top to bottom.

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You can warm up by having a trial run.

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Blue, yellow, green, red, white, black.

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Let's see if that's correct.

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Yes, it is. Well done.

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Did you used to play that game in the playground?

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Yeah, I've picked up sticks.

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LAUGHTER

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-Are you ready to play for real?

-Yes.

-Off we go.

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You have 45 seconds to answer three questions correctly.

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Your game starts now.

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Green, white,

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yellow, red, black, blue.

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Are you right?

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Yes, you are. Next one, please.

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Blue, black, white, red, yellow, green.

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Yes. Well done. 20 seconds left for the last one.

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Red, black, yellow,

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blue, white, green.

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Yes. A clean sweep with some seconds left.

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-You didn't find that too hard, then, did you?

-It was OK. It was OK.

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-I wonder if she's going to make it more difficult for you in the second one?

-I hope not.

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Let's find out what game number two is.

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Here's your second game.

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I will show you a series of four pictures

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and your challenge is to find the common link.

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Here's a trial run.

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-Bridge...

-What do you see there?

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I see bridge, hearts,

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erm...clicking, and...

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-a walking stick, I think.

-Mm-hm.

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(Bridge, hearts...)

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A bridge. A heart. A click.

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-Could it be?

-Or a hand?

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-That looks like a walking stick.

-It does look like a walking stick.

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-This is difficult, Brain.

-It is, isn't it?

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-Would you like to see the answer?

-Yeah, I think I would.

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What is it, please, Brain?

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-Oh, they're card games.

-All card games. Yeah, yeah.

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-OK, snap, hearts, poker... OK.

-Got that?

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-Yeah.

-So, ready?

-Yes.

-Can we have the game, please?

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You only has 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Your game starts now.

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OK. So, that's a beach, that's a foot, that's painting

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and that's meat.

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I think. Or beef.

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Erm... (A foot, beef, painting...)

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Erm...

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-What could that be?

-Foot...

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-Paint...

-30 seconds left.

-Pass.

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Pass. Next one, please.

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-Oh, my God.

-Ball, yes.

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OK. There's a pool, a picnic,

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coffee and a bat.

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Pool...

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Sandwich, lunch...

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-Why don't you pass?

-Pass.

-Yes, next one.

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-Oh!

-Table. OK. Quickly.

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Flag, phone...

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Have a guess, have a guess.

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Pole. Telephone pole. Fireman's pole...

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-Yeah, pole!

-Oh, my God.

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-Just in time. They are very difficult, aren't they?

-Yes.

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Especially when it's against the clock.

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It's the clock that foxed me!

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-The Brain...

-The Brain foxed me!

-..is really mean in this game, don't you think?

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Yeah. Yeah, I think so.

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-You're a mean queen, Brain.

-I was harsh there, Amy.

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But I want to stop your team from taking all my money in today's final.

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Still, you did add 12 seconds in that Zone, which means

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Ladies on the Ball have 45 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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That's very good indeed.

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-So, well done, Amy.

-Thank you very much.

-Join the team again.

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So, Captain Katie, you're the last remaining player,

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so why don't you come and join me and we'll find out which one

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of the three remaining Zones that you will be taking on.

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-Good to see you, Katie.

-And you.

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So, tell me a bit more about your football team.

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We've got a great football team.

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It's, you know, we are a competitive side, we like to win,

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but we also have a big social side to the club, as well. So, we...

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What sort of things do you do socially, then?

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We have socials every month. So, we'll do various activities.

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-Don't you go on team trips, as well?

-We do. We do a tour every year.

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So, we've done Wales the last couple years.

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There was talk of Spain this year,

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but I think we're going to Nottingham, instead.

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-A bit different!

-Indeed.

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Well, by my reckoning, we've got Memory, Orientation

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and Observation left in the Zones.

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So, which one of those three would you like?

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To be honest, as long as it's not Memory, I'm not too fussed.

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I think we were all quite scared of Memory,

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so I've left myself till last in the hope that Memory doesn't come up.

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OK, let's find out which the Zone The Brain is going to choose for you.

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Would you believe it?

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-She is wicked, that Brain, at times.

-Thanks, Brain. I appreciate that.

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So, Brain, what game will Katie be playing first?

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-Hello, Captain Katie.

-Hello, Brain.

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Here's your first game.

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Identify the winning line in this game of noughts and crosses.

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Here's your trial run.

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So, are you a noughts and crosses player?

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I am, but not when half the lines are taken away.

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Oh, jeez. This is not going to be a good one.

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I will go for, I don't think it was...

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I'm going to go B.

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Right, let's see if you're right.

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-I was not right.

-No, no.

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-This is a difficult one.

-Ready to play?

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-Yes, let's go for it.

-The game, please.

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Your game starts now.

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-So, what do you think?

-I'm going to go C.

-C?

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I don't think it was B or D. I'm going to go C.

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You're going for C. Are you right?

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You are! Well done. Onto the next one.

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Which one there?

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I'm going to go C, again, but I think that's wrong.

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C, again, but you think it's wrong. Let's check.

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It was D. Yeah.

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Final one coming up.

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OK, it's definitely not A.

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-B.

-B, you're saying.

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-Ah.

-It was C.

-It's not easy.

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-You think, "Oh, noughts and crosses, that's going to be easy."

-Yeah.

-But it's not.

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Noughts and crosses blind is... yeah,

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-not something I've played before.

-Never mind, you've got three seconds so far.

-It's better than none.

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-So, are you ready to play the second game?

-Yes, thank you, John.

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-Off we go.

-Here's your second game.

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You will see four named pictures. The pictures will disappear,

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one will come back. Tell me what its name is.

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Here's a trial run to help you get a feel of the game.

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I think it was a happy donkey.

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You think it was a happy donkey? Is that right?

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-It was, indeed.

-But if it'd have been the one at the end,

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-I definitely wouldn't have got that.

-You hadn't got there in time.

-No.

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-Ready to play?

-Yes, let's go for it.

-Off we go.

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Your game starts now.

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-Catwoman was the pig!

-Catwoman was the pig?

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So, it was. Yeah, Next one, please.

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-Q was the carrot.

-Q was the carrot? James Bond characters.

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Yeah, you're right. And the last one.

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Royals...

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-Elizabeth, I think, was the dog.

-Elizabeth was the dog?

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Is that correct?

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-Yes! You couldn't have done better in that round.

-I couldn't. No.

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For some reason that went better than noughts and crosses.

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Brain, what do you think?

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Every second counts in the final and you have just upped your chances

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by adding 12 seconds in that Zone.

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This means, Ladies on the Ball,

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you have finished with a grand total of 57 seconds in your Brain Bank.

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-Well, that is very useful, indeed.

-Thank you, John.

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-That's equivalent to scoring about six goals.

-Yeah.

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-We don't do that very often.

-Well done.

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If you'd like to rejoin your team. Thank you very much indeed.

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Well, we've finished the individual Zones now

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and it's time for our team to try to Beat The Brain one last time

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and take home some serious cash in today's final.

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Ladies on the Ball, you've put 57 seconds into your Brain Bank

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and now is your chance to put it to good use.

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You each need to answer two questions correctly

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within your 57 seconds to walk away with today's jackpot of £3,000.

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If you can't do that, well, all is not lost,

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because The Brain has generously provided an extra two minutes

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for you to get the right answers.

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But for every further second you take, £25 is lost from the total.

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So, the longer you take, the less you win.

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And when the time runs out - so does the money. OK?

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Katie, as captain, you've chosen which order you're going to play in.

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-What's your reasoning behind that?

-It's not actually anything to do with our mental capability,

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-but the order we take penalties in.

-Oh, really?!

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Right, it's time to get serious because let's start today's final.

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Over to you, Brain.

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You will only face questions from the games you've already seen today,

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but for every game in the final, I will only accept your first answer.

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Ladies on the Ball - beat me if you can.

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Quite a challenge there. And, as usual, we'll start with the player on the left, that's you, Katie.

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I need two correct answers from you before I can pass on to the next player

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and so on down the line. All the very best.

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Let's start the final.

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Remember the image and name.

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Schumacher.

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-Yes.

-Count the cows.

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Seven.

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Yes. Amy, pick up the sticks in order.

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Yellow, white, red, black, green, blue.

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Yes.

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What word in the middle?

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-Sunday.

-Yes. Emillie.

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Five and four.

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No.

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What's the connection?

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Pass.

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B.

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Yes.

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Find the hidden word.

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You can pass.

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Pass.

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Count the umbrellas.

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Four.

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Yes. Mary.

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Black, white,

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red, blue, green, yellow.

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Yes.

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Colour.

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Stop the clock!

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APPLAUSE

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Well, congratulations. Eight correct answers there in...

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Well, with one minute 28 seconds still to spare.

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So, you have won £2,200.

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-That's brilliant!

-OK! Well done.

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Well, congratulations, ladies. How do you feel, Katie, now?

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Absolutely ecstatic. I think we all played a blinder in that final round.

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-And you didn't get noughts and crosses?

-I didn't, fortunately.

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-Emillie did and she got it right.

-Yeah. Well done, once again, girls

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and thank you for watching at home, as well.

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I hope you all enjoyed playing along.

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But now it's goodbye from Ladies on the Ball.

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-ALL:

-Goodbye.

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-From The Brain.

-Goodbye.

-And from me. See you again next time.

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Bye for now.

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Before you go, let's see the answers to the questions

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I set you at home at the start of the show.

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What is the common link between these four pictures?

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The answer is...

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And what about the second game?

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How many times does each arrow pass its needle?

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The answer is...

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Whether you got these right or wrong, you can always improve your intellect

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by watching us next time on Beat The Brain.

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John Craven hosts the quiz in which contestants and viewers face a mental fitness test set by the most exacting of task masters: the Brain. A team of four contestants must navigate a selection of tricky puzzles, fiendish logic problems and prickly posers in an effort to win a cash prize.

In this episode, four members of a women's football team see if they can reach their goal of beating the Brain and taking home £3,000.