Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. Contestants include keep-fit frog Callista Croak and nut expert Karl the chinchilla.
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It's that time again, so make yourselves at home -
it's Buzz And Tell!
And here's the man with the facts at his flippertips -
Hello and welcome to Buzz And Tell.
Now let's meet the contestants.
Hello, I'm Calista Croak.
I can't get enough of keeping fit.
I'm Karl. If there's one thing I like, it's nuts.
I'm nuts about nuts.
My name's B1N - the world's first robot dustbin.
I love rubbish.
I'm Charles Cheese - I've perfected the art of cheese sculpture.
Hello, I'm Mr Biscuits.
I own the largest collection of biscuits in the world.
Let's play the marvellous missing word round.
See if you can tell me which word is missing from this song.
Ten green bottles standing on a...?
Did I say bicycle? I do talk rubbish.
-They shouldn't be standing at all.
They should be keeping fit like this.
Up, down, one, two.
-You don't know, do you?
-I haven't got a clue.
-It's ten green bottles standing on a wall.
Yes, you're right. One point to you, Mr Biscuits.
The end of round one.
Round two is the picture round.
Take a look at this picture and tell me what it is.
It's a loaf of bread.
One of those long ones you can spread soft cheese on.
I love those. I put cucumbers on them. Very healthy.
It's a thing for pushing buttons or doorbells.
I can give you a clue. It rhymes with drum.
-Searching memory bank for words that rhyme with drum.
Have to hurry you, I'm afraid.
-It's like a finger, isn't it?
Very close, Calista.
-It's a thumb.
-Correct! It's a thumb.
That's a point. Well done.
Now, round three - our numbers round.
Fingers on buzzers, and here we go.
If there are five elephants in a room,
and four of them walk away - what do you have left?
A lot more room!
Sorry, that isn't the answer.
-If there are five elephants in a room,
and four leave, that's five take away four, which is one.
You have exactly one elephant in the room.
Well done, B1N.
It's one point to you.
On we go to our sound round.
You listen to a sound and buzz and tell me what it is.
Fingers on buzzers, and here we go.
-Squeaky shoes on a shiny floor.
Good guess, but that's not what it is.
-It sounds like someone cleaning a window with a cloth.
Sorry, no, but I can give you a clue.
It's an animal with a beak and feathers.
-It's a cow at a fancy dress party dressed as a duck!
No, not dressed as a duck.
-If he's not dressed as a duck, then it must be a duck!
It was a duck quacking, so it's one point to you.
Our final round,
the general knowledge round, so fingers on buzzers.
A shape with three sides is called a what?
-A three-sided shape.
Yes, I suppose so, but it is called something else. One word.
-Is it cheese?
I thought not. You never ask about cheese.
I'll try and do a question about cheese soon, but right now,
I want to know what you call a shape with three sides.
I need to jump up and down to get this.
It's called a triangle.
Well done, Calista. A point to you,
so it's the end of the show. Let's look at the final score.
We have a winner! It's Calista Croak with two points.
Your prize is a lovely cucumber sandwich.
Oh, it's just what I wanted.
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 keep-fit frog Callista Croak, nut expert Karl the chinchilla, pedal-bin robot B1N, a mouse called Charles Cheese and Mr Biscuits, whose species is unknown.