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 time for the show that gets you buzzing with excitement -
Buzz & Tell!
And here's your marvellous quizmaster, Walter Flipstick.
Yes, indeed, and welcome, one and all, to the show.
It's my pleasure to introduce you to the contestants on Buzz & Tell.
I'm Calista Croak and I've just done my daily exercises - 500 hops!
But I'm ready to do some more!
It's me, Karl. I collect nuts. It's so much fun!
I'm B1N. The robot for rubbish.
I'm Charles Cheese. And no-one likes cheese as much as I do.
I'm Mr Biscuits. I've nothing to add, really.
But if anybody's found a chocolate biscuit, it's mine.
So let's get straight into the first round, our missing word round.
Fingers on buzzers. What's the missing word in this rhyme?
This little piggy went to...
-The park for some fresh air.
-Nice try, but not right.
This little piggy went to see another little piggy
-because he felt like a chat.
-No. Here's a clue.
You can buy lots of things in this place.
-Good guess, Calista, but not the answer.
It's not a shop, so I will take a guess that it's a market.
And you would be right, Mr Biscuits. This little piggy went to market.
That's a point to you. Let's go straight into the next round,
our picture round. Take a look at this
and buzz and tell me what it is.
-It's a lump of cheese with lots of holes in it.
Wait, I have it! It's a piece of the moon.
No, B1N, it's not a piece of the moon. Does anyone know what this is?
I like to have a bath,
and this is something I use in my bathroom. Is it a lump of soap?
So close, Calista, but I'm sorry, it's not.
Then it has to be a sponge.
Yes, it's a bath sponge. Well done, Charles. That's one point to you.
Here we go to our numbers round.
Fingers on buzzers. If you have two flowers in a garden
and three more grow next to them, what do you have?
-A good sneeze.
-Flowers always make me sneeze.
-It's a numbers question.
Two flowers in a garden and three more grow next to them.
How many flowers are there?
Ah, let me see if I can work this one out.
Two flowers and three grow next to them. Two and three is...
-Ding-dong doorbell! No, no, no. That's it - five!
-Well done, B1N.
Two added to three is five. You get point.
Now we go to our sound round. The round where we listen to a sound
and see if we can tell what it is. Fingers on buzzers. Listen to this.
-That's someone rubbing a balloon.
-Ah, yes. A sparrow who's scared of heights.
-Or an ostrich.
-I know, Mr Walter. I know this.
-It's a chicken.
Yes, Karl! It's a chicken clucking. Well done. That's a point to you.
Let's go to our final round.
So get ready, fingers on buzzers and listen carefully.
Are tomatoes red or blue?
I think they would be blue if they got very cold.
I go a bit blue when I'm cold.
Well, Mr Biscuits, all you have to do is jump up and down.
That's a good way to warm up. You'll be glowing red after that.
Yes, but tomatoes can't run to warm up, Calista.
-Has everyone forgotten the question?
-Are tomatoes red or blue?
-Tomato sauce is a lovely red colour,
which I imagine means tomatoes are the same colour - red!
Yes! Correct, Mr Biscuits. Tomatoes are red, so that's a point to you.
That's brings us to the end of the show,
so let's look at the final scores.
So our winner this week is Mr Biscuits, with two points.
Your prize is a great big tomato!
Oh, lovely. Thank you.
My pleasure. That brings us to the end of another show.
See you next time on Buzz & 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.