Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. Contestants include exotic showbird Miss Honkover and the very shy Ken Koala.
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Set your brains to stun and your laugh muscles to fun
because it's Buzz & Tell!
And here's your host, the man with the facts at his flipper tips,
Hello and welcome to Buzz And Tell.
Now let's meet the contestants.
I'm Miss Honkover,
and I'm learning a fabulous song and dance routine!
My name is...Ken Koala,
and I'm learning to be very brave!
My name is Orange Bernard
and I'm learning 100 ways to swing from a tyre!
I'm Charles Cheese
and I'm learning how to make a house
entirely out of cheese!
My name is Mr Biscuits and I'm learning
the atomic weight of biscuits.
Welcome to our contestants and they look ready for anything.
Fingers on buzzers, everyone.
Can you spot the missing word in this rhyme?
A sailor went to sea, sea, sea to see what he could...
-No, Mr Biscuits.
The missing word sounds remarkably like "sea".
-It's got to be tree, then.
The last time I was at sea, it reminded me of a song
I often sing in my big, musical show!
# I'm only a bird... #
But do you know the missing word?!
"A sailor went to sea, sea, sea
"To see what he could..."
-See what he could see.
That's absolutely right!
The sailor did go to sea, sea, sea to see what he could see.
That's one point to you.
Now let's have the picture round.
I'm going to show you a picture and you have to say what it is.
Well, what is it?
But why, Bernard?
No ball! You can't have a bat without a ball!
-It's not a bat.
-It's a spaceship!
Here's a clue.
You can cook things in it.
I always cook in my apron to protect my feathers.
It's a frying pan, Mr Flipstick.
Brilliant, Ken, it is!
You get another point.
Now it's time for our numbers round.
If three children were bouncing on a bouncy castle
and they were joined by two more children,
what would you have?
A big pile of shoes.
-You can't wear shoes on a bouncy castle.
So you'll get a big pile of shoes with all those children bouncing.
A sore bottom!
-You shouldn't go bouncing on a castle, they're made of stone.
But it's not a real castle. It's a bouncy castle, for bouncing on.
I need to know how many children are on it.
You have to add two children to three children.
That's three and two
which is five children!
You've got it, Charles. It is five children.
One point to you.
It's time for our sound round.
Listen to the sound and say what it is.
Is that a cow?
No. Here's a clue.
-You find this on a ship.
Did I ever tell you about the time I was on a ship,
it reminded me of a song I sing in my big, musical show.
# I'm only a bird...#
As much as we'd like to hear your song, I need an answer.
It's a ship's horn!
Yes! Absolutely right! That sound was a ship's horn.
One point to you.
Our last round.
It's general knowledge so fingers on buzzers.
What noise does a cat make?
They make a terrible noise. Unlike me!
We had a cat in our house and he's always saying,
"Come back with our cheese!"
Cats go, "Miaow".
That's the right answer! One point to you!
That's the end of the show. Our winner is,
Ken Koala with three points!
And your special prize is a big, honky horn.
This is absolutely...
Thank you for watching Buzz & Tell.
Goodbye, see you next time!
Subtitles by Rosemary Douce, Red Bee Media Ltd.
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Comedy panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. Contestants laughably attempt to win points by answering simple questions. The rounds include a picture round, a sound round, a numbers round and general knowledge round. The winners receive extraordinarily silly prizes.
Contestants include exotic showbird Miss Honkover, the very shy Ken Koala, opinionated orangutan Orange Bernard, a mouse called Charles Cheese and Mr Biscuits, whose species is unknown.