Episode 8 Beat the Brain


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Episode 8

John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and logic problems to win money. A mother, son, aunt and family friend see if they can Beat the Brain.


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Hello. It's me, Brain.

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Our team of four are poised for a strenuous mental workout.

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To get you in the mood, try these two examples.

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Count the kites.

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And here's another one...

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What three-letter word is missing?

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Confident?

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I'll give you the answers at the end of the show.

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Now let's see if our four contestants can work together,

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as they try to beat The Brain.

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APPLAUSE

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Show your appreciation for a TV titan.

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It's John Craven! JOHN LAUGHS

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

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Over the next half hour,

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our team of four contestants will face a series of tricky challenges

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designed to test how their mind works, not their general knowledge.

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And why don't you play along at home as well?

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Time to meet our instructor in the mental gym.

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How are you today, Brain?

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I'm fighting fit, John.

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And ready to make your team sweat.

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Well, that is no idle threat.

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How are our team going to cope?

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Let's find out by meeting them now. Introduce yourselves, please.

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I'm Sue and I'm an office administrator.

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I'm Anthony and I'm a mechanical engineer.

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I'm Chris, I'm a company director.

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I'm Paul, I'm the team captain

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and I'm a retired marketing manager.

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APPLAUSE

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Welcome, everybody.

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Paul, as team captain, have you chosen a name for the team?

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Yes, John.

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Our team name is Mind Over Matter.

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How do you all know each other?

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I'm a friend of the family, the family,

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and there's Sue on the end, and then there's Anthony,

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Sue's son, and then we have Chris, which is Sue's sister.

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-So, family and friends?

-Yes.

-OK. Well, let's get going, shall we?

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This is how it works, the show's brain is divided into six zones...

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Now, The Brain will select four of these six zones

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for you to play today and Paul,

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as team captain, you must decide which member of the team

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-you think is best for each of those zones, OK?

-Yes.

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You're playing the time instead of points,

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with every correct answer adding three seconds to your total,

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to your Brain Bank.

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The more time you build up, the more chance you'll have

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of beating The Brain in today's final

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and walking away with a jackpot of £3,000.

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Time to find out which zone you'll be facing first.

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Brain, zone, please.

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Memory.

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So, Paul, who do you think

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of your four players would be best in the Memory Zone?

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I think if I take this one on, it may help us tactically later on

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when more preferential zones come up for the rest of the team.

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So, you're the sacrificial lamb to start with, are you?

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-THEY LAUGH

-They might be saying that!

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Come up and join me!

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APPLAUSE

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-Good to see you, Paul.

-Yes, good to see you, John.

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And the captain's taken it on his broad shoulders to go first.

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-Yes.

-Yes. So, do you have a good memory? Really?

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I will say it's not as good as it used to be,

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but I think that is just synonymous with age, John.

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I tell you what, let's sharpen up your memory now, shall we?

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As we play the Memory Zone.

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You play two games in this zone,

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both have three questions worth three seconds each. OK?

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-Brain, what's the first game?

-Hello, captain Paul.

-Hello, Brain.

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Here's your first game.

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Captain Paul, you will see four named pictures.

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The pictures will disappear.

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One will come back.

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Tell us what its name is.

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I'm going to give you a trial run.

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They've got three creatures.

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Who was the parrot? What's the name of the parrot?

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-Badger.

-Badger, you think.

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Let's see if that's correct.

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And it is. Yes. Ready to play the game properly?

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-Yes, this is where it matters, though!

-Right, off we go.

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Please remember, captain Paul, I can only accept your first answer.

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-OK.

-Every correct answer will add three seconds to your Brain Bank.

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Your game starts now...

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-What's the name...

-Yes.

-..of the sprout?

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Not so sure on this one. Um...

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-Branwell?

-Branwell? Let's see if you're correct.

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-No, it was Anne.

-Mm.

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OK, next one, please.

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Er...

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..yeah, difficult again.

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-What's the name of the duck?

-Hendrix?

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Hendrix, you think? Let's have a look and see.

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-No.

-Clapton.

-Wrong again. Memory's gone.

-Wrong musician, yes.

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THEY LAUGH

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Right, next, please.

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PAUL WHISPERS

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What's the parrot?

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Difficult to remember even the names, let alone...

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-Um...

-Parrot?

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Is it Pietersen?

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Pietersen the parrot, was it?

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-No, it was Flintoff the parrot.

-Mm.

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No need to worry, Paul, there's still one more game to come for you,

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-so let's find out what that is.

-Yes, OK.

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Here's your second game.

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Paul, identify the winning line in this game of noughts and crosses.

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To get your eye in, have a trial run.

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Which one of these four was that?

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I'll try B on this one.

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B, you're thinking.

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You're right, yes. You're right, Paul.

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So, let's play the game, please.

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Please remember, captain, I can only accept your first answer.

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OK.

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Your game starts now...

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What are you thinking?

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-Yes, I think I've nailed this one, John.

-Right.

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-I think it's D.

-D.

-We'll go with D.

-D, OK.

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Well done, yes. Next one, please.

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Not so straightforward, that one.

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-Not as confident on this one as I was on the first one...

-Right.

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-..but I will weigh in with C.

-C. C?

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Yes, that was a pretty good guess, then.

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And the last one coming up.

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-That was a hard one.

-Mm-hm.

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Bit of a guess, but I will opt for D.

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D, you're saying.

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Let's see if that's correct. And it is.

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-Pretty good guess there.

-Shame about the first one, though.

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You look back and you think,

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-I wish I'd done a bit better on that.

-I know.

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-Brain, what do you think?

-Paul, you added nine seconds in that zone.

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This means Mind Over Matter have nine seconds in their Brain Bank.

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-GENTLE APPLAUSE

-Good to see you, Paul.

-And you.

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-All the very best.

-Thanks very much.

-Return to your team-mates.

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Time to find out what our next zone is going to be

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and who is going to take it on. Brain, the zone, please.

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Multi-Tasking. Paul, who's going to be good in this zone?

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I seem to remember in a conversation we had, Sue,

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you said that you would consider doing this one.

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-Do you still feel happy to take it on?

-Yes, I feel fine about that.

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-Happy to take it on?

-I do everything, yes.

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We'll go with that then, yes. So, Sue.

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You've been designated to multi-task.

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APPLAUSE

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Good to see you.

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So, do you think that's the right decision?

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Well, hopefully. I'll have a go.

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Do you multi-task a lot?

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Yes, I do everything. Try to do too many things at once sometimes.

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OK, Brain, please reveal the first game

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that Sue will be playing today.

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-Hello, smiley Sue.

-Hello.

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Here's your first game.

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Tell me, Sue, how many people are left on the bus,

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not including the driver?

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To give you some practice, have a trial run. BELL RINGS

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So, how many people do you reckon are still left on that bus?

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I think there's two people left on it.

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-Two?

-Two.

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Two, let's have a look and see if you're right.

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-Three. You missed one.

-THEY LAUGH

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-My tip on this is use your fingers.

-Yes.

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Counting people on with one hand, counting them off with the other.

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-Yes, right.

-Let's hope that there are no more than five!

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-SUE LAUGHS

-But you can start again.

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-Yes.

-Right, so, here we go. Are you ready to play?

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-I am, yes.

-Brain, over to you.

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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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BELL RINGS

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So, how many on the bus,

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not including the driver?

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-Four.

-Four. Let's see.

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Yes, correct with that one. Right, good.

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Next bus, please.

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BELL RINGS

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God...

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-Difficult.

-So, how many left?

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-SUE SIGHS

-I think there's two.

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Let's see if that's right.

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-Four.

-No, it was four.

-Oh.

-Couple still on board.

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Right, let's have our third bus then, please.

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BELL RINGS

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-How many still on now?

-Oh, it's difficult. Um...

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..I think there's one person left.

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Just one left, going a bit quicker, wasn't it? One left?

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-It was five.

-THEY LAUGH

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-Oh, well. You started well.

-Yes.

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If only one bus had come along, you'd be fine,

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but you got three at the same time.

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THEY LAUGH

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-So, let's have the second game, please, Brain.

-Of course, John.

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Sue, here's your second game.

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Count the number of times the named object

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appears in the spinning wheels.

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To help you out, have a trial run.

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Count the bananas.

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So, how many bananas do you reckon there were?

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I think there's 14.

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14, you reckon. Is that correct?

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-13.

-13, just one out.

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So, let's play the game, please.

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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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Count the ice creams.

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How many ice creams?

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-Ten.

-Ten. Let's see if that's right.

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It was. Well done, good.

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Next one, please.

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Count the carrots.

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So, how many carrots?

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-Going a bit faster.

-11.

-11.

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Let's see if that's right. It was.

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Brilliant. Last one, please.

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Count the red teapots.

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How many teapots were there?

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I think there's 18.

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18. Let's see if that's right.

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-Wow. Well, that was a cracking round, wasn't it?

-Yes.

-Yes.

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-Feeling happier now?

-I am.

-THEY LAUGH

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-What do you think, Brain?

-Sue did very, very well

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and added 12 seconds in that zone.

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This means in total, Mind Over Matter have 21 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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-That's pretty good.

-APPLAUSE

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-Thank you.

-Well done, Sue. Nice to see you. If you rejoin...

-Thank you.

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..the rest of Mind Over Matter.

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Well, those are the first two of our four zones today.

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How have you been getting on at home?

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Don't worry if you've been caught out, because as we say,

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on this show, it takes different brains for different games.

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Let's see if our next two games are to your liking.

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Brain, the zone, please.

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So, Paul, Language.

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Is it going to be Chris or Anthony?

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Well, I think it's going to be Chris.

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Right, Chris, come and join me.

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APPLAUSE

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-Hello, Chris. Nice to meet you.

-Hello, thank you.

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So, do you think he's right about Language and you?

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They say I talk a bit, so, Language is good for me.

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And of course, Brain has very strange ideas

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about what might be in a Language Zone.

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Hope you're prepared for that.

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Yeah, depends what comes up. We'll have to see.

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So, Brain, please reveal the first game that Chris is going to play.

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Here's your first game, Chris.

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What word is missing from all three others?

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-You can warm up by having a trial run.

-Thank you.

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It's a three-letter word, obviously in the middle of those other three.

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What do you think it might be?

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Is it INK?

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INK. Let's see. Is it INK?

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It is indeed.

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You got that pretty quickly. Are you ready to play?

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-It's because it was a practice!

-THEY LAUGH

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-Are you ready for it?

-I'm ready to play.

-OK, let's go, please.

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You can have as many guesses as you like,

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but I will not move on to the next question

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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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-Is it HAM?

-HAM, let's see if it's HAM.

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Yes, it is. Next one, please.

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You can pass if you want.

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-20 seconds left.

-Pass, sorry, pass.

-That's all right.

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-Couldn't get that one at all.

-Right.

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15 seconds left.

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-DIG? Is it DIG?

-Five seconds.

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-Is it DIG?

-It is, yes, just in time.

-Oh!

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-Three seconds to spare.

-It was cardigan that did it.

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Two out of three, that's not bad. That's a pretty good start.

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-It's hard when the time's ticking.

-Yes, isn't it?

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That's the added pressure.

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-Let's have the second game, please.

-Thank you.

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Yes, Chris, it's always harder when the time is ticking.

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Ah, yes.

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-Like life, really.

-Yes, you're right.

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Here's your second game.

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Find the hidden word using the sentence as your clue.

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Have a trial run.

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-WHISPERING

-"This kitchen item..."

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The clue is in the sentence, and a wording of the sentence.

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And the hidden word could be within a word, or...

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-"This kitchen item..."

-..three words may be together, to words.

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"Grate a potato."

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See anything in grate a potato?

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A little clue there?

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-Teapot.

-Teapot.

-Got it! Took some doing.

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THEY LAUGH

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-Oh!

-You did it though.

-I need a tea now.

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Yes, you might have to be a bit quicker.

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I'm going to say that didn't come out straight away, that one.

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Right, OK, ready to play.

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You can have as many guesses as you like, Chris,

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but I will not move on to the next question

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-until you give me the correct answer, or pass.

-Right.

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Your game starts now.

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-WHISPERING

-"This religious figure..."

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"Religious figure loves soap operas."

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CHRIS WHISPERS INDISTINCTLY

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30 seconds.

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-Pass it now?

-I'll have to pass.

-Pass that one, let's find out.

-Oh, yes.

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-OK, yes, next one.

-Not obvious to me.

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-WHISPERING

-"This school punishment is used to stamp out silliness."

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Ten seconds. You can pass on this one if you want.

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CHRIS WHISPERS INDISTINCTLY

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-Five seconds, three.

-Pass, pass, sorry.

-OK, right.

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There we are. LINES, right at the end, out of time we were.

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Brain, what do you think of Chris' performance?

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-I got you there fair and square, didn't I, Chris?

-You did, you did.

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-Never mind, you have a nice necklace.

-Thank you!

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-Chris, you added six seconds in that zone.

-Sorry.

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In total, Mind Over Matter have 27 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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-APPLAUSE

-That is not bad at all.

-Thank you.

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Not a bad score after three contestants.

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Please rejoin your team-mates.

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So, Anthony, you're the last player left.

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-Looks that way.

-Come and join me

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and we'll find out which one of the three zones remaining

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you'll be playing.

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APPLAUSE

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-Good to see you, Anthony.

-Thanks, John?

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Three left and I make it Orientation, Observation and Logic.

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Which of those three do you hope to get?

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My favourite one would be Orientation, I think that's,

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-my strengths lie there, to be honest.

-Let's find out, Anthony,

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which zone The Brain has chosen for you.

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Brain, the zone, please.

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It's Orientation, that's the one you were wanting.

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Yes, I'm pleased with that.

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

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-Hello, Anthony.

-Hello, Brain.

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You like Johnny Cash, don't you?

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-I do, yeah, big Johnny Cash fan.

-Me too!

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Well, you're sitting next to Johnny. Let's hope you win some cash.

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JOHN LAUGHS Did you see what I did there, Anthony?

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-Very clever.

-I know.

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Here's your first game.

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Follow the car's journey

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and identify in which direction it ends up facing.

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Have yourself a trial run.

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I'll use my hands on this one.

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-Yes, talk through it.

-Turn right.

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Turn right.

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U-turn.

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What direction is that car finally facing, do you reckon?

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-I would say north.

-North, you reckon. Is that correct?

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-It was! Well done. So, you ready to play?

-Yeah.

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-Let's do Sat-nav then, please.

-Your game starts now.

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Turn left.

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Turn left.

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Turn left.

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-East.

-East.

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Let's have a look.

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East. Those hand movements are working well.

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Onto the second one.

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U-turn.

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U-turn.

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Turn left.

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U-turn.

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-East again.

-East again, you're saying.

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East again! Yeah! So, here comes the last one.

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Turn right.

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Turn right.

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Turn left.

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Turn left.

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-North. I'm not as convinced about that one, but north.

-North.

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Yes, you were correct! Three out of three.

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-Certainly worked, that, didn't it? That really helped you.

-Somehow.

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JOHN AND ANTHONY LAUGH

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So, Brain, he's doing well. Can we have the second game, please?

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I enjoyed watching you then.

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You looked like Madonna in the Vogue video.

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CHUCKLING

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-I've often modelled myself on Madonna.

-Yes, I can tell!

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Here's your second game.

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Anthony, match the viewpoint on the left to the numbered

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position on the right.

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

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Right, I can see the blue circle's in the middle,

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so centrally, that's going to be either six or two, I would say.

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Actually, from more of an angle, I think perhaps three. Yeah.

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-Are you thinking three?

-I'm thinking three.

-Right. Let's see.

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-You are correct. So, ready to play?

-Yeah, I think so, John.

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Off we go for real.

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You have a maximum of 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Your game starts now.

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-Five.

-Five, you're saying? Is that right?

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Yes, it is. Next one, please.

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-Two.

-Two? Is that right?

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Yes, it is. Yes. And the last one? 25 seconds left.

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-Six.

-Six, you say?

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And right. Well! Goodness me!

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-You certainly proved yourself in the Orientation Zone.

-Thank you.

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-You've done exceedingly well, hasn't he, Brain?

-Yes. Very clever boy.

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You added 18 seconds in that Zone, which means Mind Over Matter,

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you have finished with a grand total of 45 seconds in your Brain Bank!

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Very good!

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Your team certainly needed those 18 seconds,

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so well done, congratulations, and return to the team-mates.

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APPLAUSE

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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.

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And today's final...

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Mind Over Matter, you've ended up with 45 seconds in your Brain Bank.

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If you can each answer two questions correctly within that time,

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you can walk away with today's jackpot of...

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If you can't, there's still a chance to earn, because The Brain

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has given you two more minutes to get those eight correct answers.

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But it comes at a price.

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As the time counts down, so does the money, falling by £25 a second.

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The more time you take, the more it costs you,

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and if you take too long, well, then you'll be left with nothing. OK?

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Let's get serious. 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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Mind Over Matter, beat me if you can.

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That's the big question now. Can you Beat The Brain?

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And as always, we'll start with the player on the left.

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That's you, Paul.

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I need two correct answers from you before we can

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move on to the next player and so on down the line. OK?

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-Everybody understand that?

-Yes.

-Right. Let's start the game.

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Remember the image and name.

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Brains.

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No.

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BELL DINGS

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How many on the bus?

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Five.

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No.

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What's the missing word?

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Pass.

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Turn left. Turn right. Turn right.

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East.

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Yes.

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Count the pigs.

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Four?

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No.

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Which line won the game?

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D?

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Nope.

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Find the hidden word.

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Oats?

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Nope.

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Pass. Sorry.

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BELL DINGS

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Three?

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No.

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Del Boy?

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Yes. Sue.

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Pass.

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Count the yellow boots.

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Five.

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Yes.

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-Turn right. Turn left. U-turn.

-Pass.

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A.

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No.

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Soaker.

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No.

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Pass.

0:26:380:26:39

Bjorn?

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No.

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BELL DINGS

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One.

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Nope.

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Quickly.

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Tuna.

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That's correct, but sorry, time is up.

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Bad luck, Mind Over Matter.

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Oh, dear. You really...

0:27:110:27:14

Once you get stuck, it's difficult to get going again, isn't it?

0:27:140:27:17

I hope you enjoyed yourselves.

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You're not going back to Middlesbrough too downhearted.

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-We really enjoyed ourselves.

-We'll be fine.

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And Brain certainly enjoyed playing against you, didn't you, Brain?

0:27:230:27:26

Absolutely. Mind Over Matter, as they say in Middlesbrough, I am buzzin'.

0:27:260:27:32

You must be fumin'. But I did think you were proper mint, like.

0:27:320:27:36

THEY LAUGH

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It's been lovely meeting you all,

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and thank you for watching today at home.

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I hope you enjoyed playing along.

0:27:420:27:43

For now, though, it's time to say goodbye from Mind Over Matter...

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-Goodbye!

-Goodbye!

0:27:460:27:48

-From the Brain...

-Goodbye!

-And from me.

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See you again next time.

0:27:500:27:52

Before you go, it's time to find out how you did with our two

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play at home questions.

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Here's a reminder and the answers.

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The answer is...

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How about the second one?

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What three-letter word is missing?

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The answer is "all".

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Join John and me for another mental workout

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on next time's 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.

A mother, son, aunt and family friend see if they can use the agility of their minds to Beat the Brain and win the £3,000 prize.