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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Yes, it's Buzz & Tell, the busiest, buzziest quiz on the box.
And here's your host, Walter Flipstick.
Hello and welcome to Buzz & Tell. I'm the one with the questions
so let's meet the ones with the answers.
I'm Miss Honkover and I'm learning it's important
to always have a song in your heart.
My name is Ken Koala and I'm learning not to hide so much.
My name is Orange Bernard and I've just learnt that I'm on the telly.
Hello, lovely viewers.
I'm Charles Cheese and I'm learning how to guess
the name of a cheese with my eyes closed.
My name is Mr Biscuits
and I'm learning about biscuits from a long time ago.
Those are our contestants and what a clever bunch they look.
Fingers on buzzers. The first round is a missing word round.
What's the missing word? Trees are brown and leaves are...
Useful when it's raining.
Funny but wrong.
Always falling off in autumn
which means I have to sweep my garden.
Leaves do fall in the autumn but it's not my answer.
Think of a colour.
Is that your answer?
No, Walter, but if you ask me to think of a colour
I'm always going to say pink.
I won't do that then. I still need an answer.
Trees are brown and leaves are...
Sorry, Ken, I missed that.
Green, Mr Flipstick. Trees are brown and leaves are green.
That's right. Well done, Ken. One point to you.
Except in the autumn, when they're red and brown and gold and yellow...
And all over my garden so I have to sweep them up.
Thank you, gentlemen. We need to move on to our picture round.
Look at this and tell me what it is.
Is it some fluff?
It's got legs.
It's some fluff with legs then.
It's a wig.
I wouldn't want that on my head.
It's better than your wig, Mr Flipstick.
I'm not wearing a wig and this picture is not a wig.
I'll give you a clue. It walks up a wall.
A mountain climber. He can walk up a wall.
I'm sure he would but does a mountain climber have eight legs?
Of course not. Can I have a point?
No, I need to know what this picture is.
Let me help, Walt. It's a spider.
That's right, it's an eight-legged, wall-walking spider. One point.
Thank you. Let me tell you something else that's interesting.
They can't sing, unlike me. I sing a lot. Check this out.
# I got... #
Thank you, maybe later.
It's time for our numbers round.
How many candles would you find on a cake for a fifth birthday?
No, Mr Biscuits.
What? No. What's going on?
I thought we were counting. I'm good at that.
Listen - one, two, three, four...
Ah! Oh! We're nearly there. The next number's the right answer.
Why didn't you say? It's five! Five candles on a fifth birthday cake.
Yes, precisely. Well done, Charles. One point to you.
That brings us to our sound round.
Listen to this and tell me what it is.
That sounds like 100 bananas being dropped.
-Not really, Mr Flipstick.
I've never ever dropped a banana.
Is it a lot of balloons popping?
No, listen again.
Sounds like it's raining.
I'm off, then. I don't like getting wet.
It's not raining. I'll give you a clue.
People do this when they see a really good show.
I should know this.
When I do a really good show, people throw flowers!
And what else?
Do they clap, Miss Honkover?
Sure they do, Charles.
Then it's people clapping.
Yes, that's right, Charles
and you deserve a big clap because you're our winner
with two points!
And your special prize is a beautiful balloon.
Goodbye, everyone. Thank you for watching another thrilling edition
of 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.
Featuring 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.