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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Is that the time? It is.
It's time for the quiz show Buzz And Tell.
Please join your host, Walter Flipstick!
It's my pleasure to welcome you to this fun-filled edition
of Buzz And Tell. Let's meet the contestants.
I'm Calista Croak and my hobbies include jumping, running,
hopping, swimming and pudding.
I am Karl and I am hoping to travel round the world
in a boat made of nutshells.
I'm B1N. I develop a robot made from a rubbish bin or garbage can.
I'm Charles Cheese and there's more cheese in my house
than the whole of every cheese shop in the world.
I'm Mr Biscuits, the current holder of the National Biscuit Award
for baking and eating the most biscuits in one teatime.
Let's get right into the Missing Word Round.
What word is missing from the following phrase?
Bees live in a what?
Well, if I look into my memory banks
and move some junk around I can answer this.
Yes, pencil. Is it a pencil?
No, B1N, I'm afraid it isn't.
Does anyone know where bees live?
Bees know where bees live,
otherwise they couldn't find their way back after a day in the park
or wherever they've been buzzing around.
I meant does anyone here know where bees live?
One, two, three, four, five... bees live in a hive.
Bees do indeed live in a hive, so that's a point to you.
Now we're on to our Picture Round.
Look at this picture and see if you can tell me what it is.
That's a line of potatoes waiting to be covered in cheese.
I think it's people's heads waiting to do an exercise class,
-but the teacher hasn't turned up.
It looks to me like a row of eggshells.
I may be wrong.
You're right, you are wrong.
It's not a row of eggshells.
These are on the end of people's feet.
-Yes, they are.
-If only I could remember the word for them.
It's a very small word.
It is and it rhymes with goes.
That's it. It's a row of toes.
Well done, Mr Biscuit. A picture of toes and a point to you.
On to our Numbers Round.
Today we're going to do some adding,
so fingers on buzzers and here we go.
If I have three crayons in my drawing box
and I put two more in, how many crayons do I have?
Just computing the answer.
Henhouse, flapjack, light switch, tyre... I'm not doing very well.
I remembered to press my buzzer and I remembered the answer, Mr Walter.
Well done. So what is it?
Five! Three and two is five...crayons.
Yes, Karl. A point to you. Now on to our Sound Round.
Have a listen to this and tell me what it is.
Is it a goldfish?
-Mr Walter, I know this.
I think the noise we heard was a food blender,
no, it was a pig grunting.
You're right. It was a pig grunting.
Well done. You score a point.
So let's move on to our last round - General Knowledge.
In the autumn, what falls off trees?
That would be a football I kicked up in the summer.
Are they cheese trees? I'd stand underneath and catch the cheese.
-It's not the answer I have.
OK, here's a clue.
It rhymes with sleeves.
Yes, well done, Calista. Leaves fall off trees in the autumn.
It's the end of the show so let's look at the final scores.
Oh! Our winner this time
is Calista with two points.
So you win today's prize which is a broom for sweeping up leaves.
That's all from Buzz And Tell.
Thank you for watching and join us next time
for a fantastic Buzz And Tell in five minutes.
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.