Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. The contestants include keep-fit frog Callista Croak and nut expert Karl the chinchilla.
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'Let's all settle down and enjoy the factiest quiz on TV...'
'Here's your host, the big wise walrus himself, Walter Flipstick!'
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Welcome to Buzz & Tell. I've got the questions.
Let's meet the ones with the answers.
I'm Calista Croak,
and my ambition is to jump higher than an armchair 25 times.
I am Karl and I have a bicycle made of nut shells.
It's a cracking ride.
I'm B1N, zzz-bleep, robot and waste disposal unit at your service!
Hello. I'm Charles Cheese.
I want to fill the world with cheese so we can all eat it all day.
Hello to you all. I'm Mr Biscuits,
and my favourite biscuit is the one I have with my lunch.
There they all are, raring to go.
Let's dive into the deep end of the Missing Word round.
Fingers on buzzers.
What word is missing from this phrase?
"When you go to bed, you put your head on a..." what?
HE SPEAKS GOBBLEDEGOOK
Sailing boat. Bumblebee. Anvil. Flower pot. Nettle. I talk rubbish.
I'm afraid none of those are right. Here's a clue. Rhymes with "willow".
-I think the word is -
one-two, one-two, up, down and relax - pillow.
Yes, you're right. So that's one point to Calista Croak,
and off we go to our picture round. Look at this picture
and buzz and tell me what it is.
-Mr Walter, I remembered my buzzer!
-Well done. What's the answer?
-It's a nutcracker.
I think it's a climbing frame.
Not a climbing frame, but it rhymes with "train".
It's a crane, of course. Crane!
You're right, it's a crane. Well done. That's a point to you.
Now it's time for our numbers round. We're going to do some taking away.
Fingers on buzzers. Listen carefully.
If there are five horses in a field and three gallop away,
what would you have?
-A lot of exercise.
You'd have to chase the horses that galloped away, round the field.
-Probably true, but that's not on the card.
Hello, Mr Walter, Mr Walter.
-Oh, yes. Sorry, Mr Walter.
If the horses gallop away, you'd have more room in the field.
-You could plant a nut tree and grow lots of nuts.
but it's a NUMBERS round.
Got it! Five horses. Three gallop away.
5 - 3 = 2. Two horses.
Yes. Well done, Charles. 5 - 3 = 2.
So that's a point to you.
Now, our Sound round. Listen to this sound
and see if you can buzz and tell me what it is.
CREAKING AND CRASHING
Oh! I did my buzzer!
-Very good. Can you tell me the sound?
-No, the sound before that.
-You saying, "Well done, Karl."
-Before that. This sound.
-CREAKING AND CRASHING
Oh, that! I don't know.
An elephant sitting on a creaky chair that breaks?
No, it's not an elephant. It's usually heard in a wood or a forest.
Ah, yes - bzz! - it's an owl on a motorbike.
I think it's a tree falling over.
That's correct, so that's a point to you. Well done.
Now, our final round, General Knowledge.
See if you can answer this. What do you use to dry yourself
after a swim?
Er, a floorboard. Kettles. No. Oh, shoelace.
Lizard. I've no idea. I talk rubbish.
-Anyone else? What do you use to dry yourself after a swim?
-Buzzer, Karl, remember?
-Towel. That's it - a towel!
Absolutely right. Well done, Karl.
That's the end of the show. Let's look at the final scores.
We have a winner. With two points, it's Calista Croak.
Your special prize is this enormous towel!
That's the end of the show. I hope you've enjoyed it.
Join us next time when we get together
in the show we call Buzz & Tell. Goodbye!
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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.
Featuring 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.