Comedy puppet panel show hosted by a walrus called Walter Flipstick. Contestants win points by answering simple questions, and winners receive extraordinarily silly prizes.
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Yes, it's Buzz And Tell, the busiest, fuzziest quiz on the telly.
And here's your host, the man with the facts at his flipper tips,
Hello. Welcome to the show that buzzes and tells, tells and buzzes,
it's Buzz And Tell.
Now let's meet the contestants.
I'm Miss Honkover
and I'm jut bursting to give my all to you lovely viewers.
I'm Ken Koala
and I've just woken up after a really good nap.
I'm Orange Bernard and I can eat 14 bananas in three minutes!
I'm Charles Cheese and I love every kind of cheese there is.
I'm Mr Biscuits
and I'm in training for the World Biscuit-Eating Championships.
Fingers on buzzers. Spot the missing word in this rhyme.
Simple Simon met a pieman going to the...
No, not the seaside.
-It's a good guess, Mr Biscuits, but not right.
But the pieman has to go to the pie shop for his pies.
-It's not the answer on the card.
-What is on the card?
I can't tell you, but it rhymes with hair.
-Don't be shy, what is it?
It's a fair.
He met a pieman going to a fair! One point to Ken.
Now on to our second round, the picture round.
Look at this and tell me what it is.
An ice-cream cone with the bottom cut off and a handle fixed on it.
It's not an ice-cream cone. There's only one word in the answer.
I keep my cheese in one of these when the fridge is full,
it's...er... It's a cheese holder.
-You could use it for that, but it has another name.
-No, not Kevin.
I know this. I use one to carry my bananas home from the shops.
It's a bucket!
Bucket is correct, well done.
The object was a bucket. One point to Orange Bernard.
It's time our numbers round which is about taking away.
Listen carefully. If there are six flowers in your garden,
and you pick three, how many are left?
-Are they for me?
I always get flowers after a show!
-I've got a flower for you.
-Oh, how kind.
-Can I have one, Ken?
-I've only got one.
-But I've got a packet of peanuts.
-What else have you got?
Ball of string, balloon, trumpet, two false moustaches and a kazoo.
Can we get back to the question?
You have six flowers, you pick three, how many are left?
This is a simple case of taking three flowers away from six.
And six take away three, is three. Three flowers.
You are right! Six take away three is three.
Well done, one point to you.
Now it's our round about sound, the sound round.
Listen to this and tell me what it is.
That's a loud noise.
I need more than that, Bernard. What kind of noise is it?
-It's an animal, isn't it?
-Nothing to do with cheese.
An animal, loud, nothing to do with cheese,
roaring noise, it's a roaring fish!
A roaring fish? No, I'm sorry.
-It's not a fish, it's a kind of a cat.
Cor, it must be a big cat.
I heard this when I was doing my big musical show in Africa.
It's a lion.
You're right. It's a lion.
I know a really good song about a lion...
-# Aaaah... #
-Thank you, Miss Honkover.
A point to you. Let's look at the final scores.
We have four contestants tied on a point each.
We have a tiebreaker question. Fingers on buzzers.
What do we call a baby pig?
It's a piglet.
Oh, you're right. A baby pig is called a piglet.
That makes you the winner and your prize is this umbrella
to keep off the rain in a storm.
Oh, good! I love umbrellas!
That's all we have time for. It's time to say goodbye
until the next time we all meet up to play Buzz and Tell.
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Comedy puppet panel show hosted by a walrus called 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 a general knowledge round. The winners receive extraordinarily silly prizes.