Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. Contestants include carrot student Melanie Wiggles and nut expert Karl the chinchilla.
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It's Buzz And Tell, the puzzliest panel show on the telly.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Here's your host, the taskmaster with the tusks, Walter Dipstick.
Hello, welcome to Buzz And Tell.
Let's meet the contestants.
My name is Melanie Wiggles and I'm learning about prize-winning carrots.
My name is Karl. I'm learning about how to get nuts out of chocolate
because I don't like chocolate, but I like nuts.
My name is Henrietta Peck and I'm learning about small, fluffy chicks
that make you go, "Aw!"
I'm Charles Cheese and I'm learning about strong, cheesy pongs.
My name is Mr Biscuits
and I'm learning about biscuits through the ages.
-How long will that take?
It's time to ask some questions. Fingers on buzzers, everyone.
This is our missing word round. What is the missing word in this rhyme?
Little Jack Horner sat in a...
In a mood. My mum doesn't like it when I sit in a mood.
She calls it a huff.
Jack Horner didn't sit in a mood or a huff for that matter.
Me, I know this. Me, Mr Walter, me.
-Karl, you have to buzz if you want to tell me the answer.
Are you sure? Little Jack Horner sat in a puddle?
No, but it would be funny.
In a chicken shed. That's what I do. A lot.
I've got it. Little Jack Horner sat in a corner.
Yes, you've done it. Well done. 1 point to you.
Let's have the next round, which is the picture round.
What is it? I'll give you a clue. This can get muddy.
It's a footballer. They get muddy
because they fall over and roll around crying.
It's not footballer, but that was very interesting.
It's a big, red telephone, which you should only use in emergencies,
like when you've run out of biscuits.
Does that happen to you a lot?
Oh, no. I always keep spare biscuits in my sock drawer,
but I did run out of socks once and I had to wear biscuits.
-I remember two bars.
-Very good. What's the answer?
Oh, well, I think it is a wellie boot.
Oh, you'll be right. Brilliant answer. 1 point.
Now it's time for our sound round.
Listen to the sound and tell me what it is.
Was it an ice cream van?
Bit fast for an ice cream van.
The ice cream van that comes along my street is very fast.
I've never caught it.
-How do you get ice cream then?
-I wait for it to stop. Much easier.
It's not an ice cream van, but I can give you a clue.
It's a kite.
That noise wasn't me. I can only fly a little bit.
Even if I could, I wouldn't make all that noise.
-Me! Me! Me!
Silly me, I forgot.
Oops, it's gone.
Was it a flying aeroplane?
That was a super answer, you're right, it was an aeroplane.
1 point to you.
Well, we've come to our last round, it's general knowledge.
Here's your question, fingers on buzzers.
Where would you find clowns, jugglers and acrobats?
Up a tree.
In a cheese shop.
-In the bath?
On a park bench.
It must be a circus!
Brilliant, you'll find clowns, jugglers and acrobats in a circus.
1 point to you.
Well, that was our last round. Now let's look at the scores.
Our winner is, with 2 points, Charles Cheese.
Your prize, Charles, is a cheese flavoured scratch and sniff card.
Amazing cheesy whiff!
BUZZER What does whiff mean?
-I only asked.
-No, I... Oh, never mind.
Thank you everyone for watching Buzz And Tell.
Goodbye. See you next time.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
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 carrot student Melanie Wiggles, nut expert Karl the chinchilla, the enthusiastic but dim Henrietta Peck, a mouse called Charles Cheese and Mr Biscuits, whose species is unknown.