Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. Contestants include opinionated orangutan Orange Bernard, the shy Ken Koala and a mouse called Charles Cheese.
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Buzz & Tell - the big quiz with interesting prizes.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
And here's your handsomest of hosts,
Welcome to Buzz & Tell,
the quiz that makes you think your brain is bigger than a planet.
Let's meet our contestants.
I'm Melanie Wiggles,
and I like carrots, carrots and carrots.
I'm Ken Koala,
and I like being snuggly,
snuggly, and snuggly.
My name's Orange Bernard, and I like bananas,
bananas, and guess what? Bananas!
I'm Charles Cheese, and I like...
cheese, cheese, and cheese!
I'm Mr Biscuits,
and I like biscuits, biscuits, and cheese.
Only kidding! I meant biscuits.
Thank you. This is our missing word round.
Fingers on buzzers. What's the missing word?
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday.
What day comes after Monday?
-No, not Cheesy Day.
I think it could be Rainy Day.
-It's nothing to do with the weather.
What day comes after Monday?
No, Orange Bernard.
I haven't had a banana since...Tuesday!
Did you say Tuesday?
-Or it might have been Wednesday.
-No, please make it Tuesday.
Correct! Tuesday! One point to Orange Bernard.
Now for our picture round.
You'll see a picture and you have to buzz and tell me what it is.
-It's a mouse.
-It hasn't got any legs.
-No, it doesn't.
-Or a mouth.
Well spotted, Mr Biscuits.
-Or a tail.
What made you think it was a mouse?
It was the way it was staring at me with those eyes.
-Is it a potato, Mr Flipstick?
A potato is the right answer, Melanie.
A potato, of course.
One point to Melanie Wiggles.
And now onto our numbers round.
If there were three butterflies flying around,
and another joined them, how many would there be?
-Lots and lots.
I left the butter for my biscuits out once
and there were loads of flies on it.
I couldn't get rid of those BUTTER...FLIES.
Flies love butter.
-Cheese flies are worse than butterflies.
Carrot flies are dreadful.
-Fascinating. Anyone else?
-I thought when you said butterflies,
you meant the ones with colourful wings.
If there were three big, colourful butterflies,
and another one joined them, then that would be...
-Four, Mr Flipstick.
Yes! That's one point to you, Ken Koala.
Now it's time for our final round.
Listen to this sound and buzz and tell me what it is.
It's a really noisy washing machine.
Is it on fast spin?
-It sounds like it might take off.
-It's not a washing machine.
Is it a space rocket taking off to the moon?
It's not a space rocket. And again, have a listen.
It's a machine for smashing up biscuits into crumbs.
It's not a machine for breaking up biscuits.
-That's a relief.
-But it is a machine for breaking up something.
-A meeting of naughty monkeys.
Breaking up hard ground to get carrots out.
Very near, Melanie Wiggles.
The road, Mr Flipstick. It's a road drill for breaking up the road.
One point to you, Ken Koala.
It is a road drill for breaking up the road.
And that makes you today's winner.
Your special prize, Ken, is a sink plunger.
Oh, thank you.
That's very useful.
That's the end of another Buzz & Tell.
It's time to have a cream cracker and a cup of cocoa.
See you next time. Bye!
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Comedy panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. Contestants laughably attempt to win points by answering simple questions, with the winners receiving extraordinarily silly prizes.
Featuring carrot student Melanie Wiggles, the very shy Ken Koala, opinionated orangutan Orange Bernard, a mouse called Charles Cheese and Mr Biscuits, whose species is unknown.