Puppet panel show hosted by a walrus called Walter Flipstick. The contestants include Miss Honkover - an exotic showbiz bird - and Ken Koala, who is very shy.
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Featuring your quick-witted host, Walter Flipstick.
Welcome to Buzz and Tell, the show that quenches your thirst
for knowledge. Let's meet our contestants.
I'm Miss Honkover and I'm an expert in singing wonderful songs
from my big musical shows.
I'm Ken Koala and I'm an expert in talking very, very quietly.
My name's Orange Bernard and I'm a bit of an expert in scratching!
I'm Charles Cheese and I'm an expert in cheese!
Hello, I'm Mr Biscuits and I'm an expert in biscuits.
Thank you, everyone. It's time to play Buzz and Tell.
Fingers on buzzers. Now buzz and tell me what's the missing word?
Polly put the something on.
It's not make-up. Polly put the what on? What is it?
-Is she putting her hat on?
-Or a coat?
-Or her gloves.
I'll give you a clue -
she wanted to boil some water.
A kettle. # Polly put the kettle on! #
Excellent. Polly put the kettle on.
It'll never fit her. Ha-ha!
One point, Miss Honkover.
And now to our picture round.
You'll see a picture
and you buzz and tell me what it is.
Look at this, what is it?
It can't be an arrow, an arrow has feathers.
Thank you. Yes, we know it's not an arrow, what is it?
-It's a stick.
No, it's not a stick.
A walking stick?
-It's not a stick.
-It's either a pen or a pencil, Mr Flipstick.
Well, which one is it, Mr Biscuits?
I'll stick with...pencil!
Pencil is the right answer. Good decision to stick.
-You said it wasn't a stick.
-It's not. One point to Mr Biscuits.
Now on to our numbers round.
If there were four clouds in the sky
and two more joined them, what would you have?
-A rainy day.
Hey, good name for a song!
# It's raining... #
Thank you, but it's not.
Unfortunate, but not the answer.
-Clouds keep moving and joining together.
He's right, they won't stay still.
Yes, but there are four clouds, then two clouds, not moving.
What would you have?
Remember, it's a numbers round.
-Four clouds and two clouds are six.
Yes, excellent, Charles, six clouds. One point to you, Charles Cheese.
It's time for our final round.
Listen to the sound and buzz and tell me what it is.
WHIZZ AND BANG OF LAUNCHED FIREWORK
That is the sound of Miss Honkover rising to be a huge star.
Thank you, Charles.
Sounded like she exploded when she got there.
-I think it sounds like Charles Cheese,
rocketing to the moon, to get more cheese.
Some of that was very close.
Oh! Erm, well, that's the sound moon cheese makes.
No, the other bit.
The sound Charles makes when he eats moon cheese?
No, the OTHER bit.
-A cheese rocket!
-It's a moon rocket.
Oh, very close, Ken.
-It's a stick.
Not so close.
-It is a firework!
# Fly, fly... #
You're absolutely correct.
A firework zooming into the sky, then bursting into a million stars.
Oh, stick was quite close, then.
No, it wasn't. One point to you.
Let's take a look at the scores.
And that makes today's winner, Miss Honkover!
Thank you. I love you all.
And your special prize, Miss Honkover is a large ice lolly!
BERNARD: Oh, can I have your stick when you're finished?
Well, that brings us to the end of another show!
See you next time on Buzz And Tell!
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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.