Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. The contestants include exotic showbird Miss Honkover and the very shy Ken Koala.
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Welcome to the most quizziliciously quirky quiz of all quizzes,
it's time to play Buzz & Tell!
And here's your host, the man with the facts at his flipper-tips,
CHEERING Hello, and welcome to Buzz & Tell.
I'm the one with the questions, so let's meet the ones with the answers.
It's me, Miss Honkover.
And don't you just love this show?
I'm Ken Koala. Is it time to come out now?
My name's Orange Bernard.
I can make a pie from seven bananas and another banana.
I'm Charles Cheese. I'm making a big list of all cheeses in the world.
I'm Mr Biscuits.
I'm studying the difference between custard creams and flapjacks.
Now onto our first round, which is the missing word round. Here we go.
What word is missing from this song?
Heads, shoulders, knees, and...
That's close, Mr Biscuits.
Oh, right. Mouth.
That's close to your nose.
No. I meant it sounds like "nose".
Clothes! That sounds like "nose".
Sorry, Charles, that's not what I'm after.
Here's a clue - people have ten of these.
It's songs. I've got ten songs
on my new big musical album.
Here's one of them.
SHE SINGS TUNELESSLY Thanks, Miss Honkover. Maybe later.
-We need to know what comes next. Heads, shoulders, knees...
Well done, Ken. A stunning answer.
One point to Ken. Round Two is the picture round.
Take a look at this picture then tell me what it is.
That's a fishing net,
with all the holes filled in so you can pick up big bits of cheese.
It's not, Charles.
It's a comfy seat for people with flat, round bottoms.
Or a hat for people with flat, round heads. And a handle.
No, it isn't either of those. Here's a clue. It's a pan,
and you can cook sauce in it.
-It's a pansauce.
Oops! No. Saucepan.
Yes! One point to you.
It's time for the numbers round.
This is where we do some taking away, so fingers on buzzers.
If there are four children on a merry-go-round and two get off,
-how many are left on it?
-What sort of merry-go-round?
If it's the sort with horses, I know a song about those.
SHE CLEARS HER THROAT
-That was another round, Charles.
Does anyone know the answer?
Yes, four take away two is two.
Yes. It's two. That's a point to you.
Now, quickly onto our sound round.
What is this sound?
It's a violin!
It's a small bus with tiny brakes
-squealing as it stops at a miniature bus stop.
-It's a firework.
-It's the squeak of a wheel.
I'm sorry, Miss Honkover, it's not.
-It's a cat.
It's a cat meowing.
Yes! Well done, it's a cat meowing. That's a point to you.
So here we are, the last round. It's our general knowledge round.
Get ready to buzz.
Where does wood come from?
Wood is made from the things birds nest in.
It's a tree. Wood comes from trees!
Well done, Charles. Wood does indeed come from trees.
That's the end of the show. Let's look at the final scores.
The winner is Ken, with two points!
Your prize this week, Ken, is this lovely, small, tiny drum.
Oh, that's great. I've always wanted a tiny drum.
I'm going to play it.
HE REPEATEDLY BANGS THE DRUM Err, yep, Ken...
PLEASE STOP PLAYING THE DRUM!
Well, that brings us to the end of another Buzz & Tell. Goodbye!
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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.