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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Good day to you all
and it's that time again for your favourite quiz show, Buzz & Tell.
Here's your ever lovely host, Walter Flipstick!
Welcome to Buzz & Tell,
the show where questions and answers fly around like bees in a hive,
very fast and with a loud buzz!
Let's meet the contestants.
I'm Calista Croak
and I can exercise and answer questions at the same time.
I'm Karl and I am learning to remember things like...
Er... Er... Ooh!
I'm B1N and I love rubbish. I love rubbish, I love rubbish.
I'm sorry, my speech circuits are rubbish. Sorry.
I'm Charles Cheese and I'm making a storage cupboard for my cheese, huge!
I'm Mr Biscuits and I make model boats out of biscuits.
There they are! A lovely group of contestants.
Let's get on with the show.
We start, as always, with round one. It's our missing word round.
See if you can tell me what word is missing from this sentence.
You kick a football with your...what?
Football kicker, everybody knows that!
But has a name!
-Sorry, Mr Walter.
It's a name! Name! Henry! Kevin! I can't find it...
Anyone else? You kick a football with your...what?
You kick a football with your football.
Foot! You kick a football with your foot!
That's right, you kick a football with your foot.
That's a point to you. Now to our second round, the picture round.
Take a look at this. Fingers on buzzers.
What is this?
A thing for pointing at four things at the same time.
No, it's not a pointing device.
The name of this thing rhymes with cork.
Gork! Oh, no. That's not a word.
Oh, I buzzed.
You did. Good work, Karl. What's the picture?
I don't know, but it looks like a garden fork.
Well done, Karl. It was a picture of a garden fork.
Now on to round three, our numbers round.
We'll do some adding up, away we go!
Are we going on holiday?
Ooh! Ooh! I'd love to go on holiday! I love the seaside.
I can build cheese sandcastles and sand cheesecastles.
We aren't going anywhere, it's a saying.
So, it's our numbers round, listen carefully.
If you make three sandcastles on the beach
and then make two more, what do you have?
There's one, two, three sandcastles. Vvt! Two more.
G-d-g-d-g-d-g-d! Camel! Bus stop! Monkey! Oh!
It's a simple matter of adding two sandcastles to three sandcastles,
and I know that two added to three is five.
So you would have five sandcastles.
You would have five sandcastles
and you also have one point, Mr Biscuits.
Now it's time to rush like we can't stop ourselves into the sound round.
We listen to a sound, you buzz and tell me what it is. Ready?
Good. Listen to this.
That sounds like a pair of squeaky shoes on a shiny floor.
Very good guess, Calista, I'm afraid it's wrong. Here's a clue.
It's covered in wool.
-Must find answer. Roundabout! Bottle! Ironing board!
Mr Walter! Mr Walter! I know!
-Sorry, Mr Walter!
It's someone cleaning a nut with a woollen cloth.
I'm sorry, Karl, no.
I hear them when I go running through the fields near my house.
It's a sheep!
Yes, Calista, it is a sheep bleating! Well done!
One point to you as well.
That brings us to the end of the round and the end of the show.
Let's take a look at the final scores.
We have a winner! It's Calista Croak with two points.
Well done, Calista.
Your special prize is a splendid garden fork!
That's all for this edition of Buzz & Tell.
It's goodbye from all of us until the next time you hear me saying
"Welcome to 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.
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.