Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. The contestants include carrot student Melanie Wiggles and the very shy Ken Koala.
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It's the buzziest show since a bunch of bees at a honey festival.
Buzz & Tell!
Here's your colossally clever host, Walter Flipstick!
That's me. Without further ado, let's meet our contestants.
I'm Melanie Wiggles and I'm the World Carrot-Eating Champion.
I'm Ken Koala and I'm learning about fluff.
I'm Orange Bernard and I can peel a banana in one second.
I'm Charles Cheese
and I'm learning to be the world's greatest sniffer of cheese.
I'm Mr Biscuits and I've learnt what makes the perfect biscuit.
Our contestants look like they've got answers
coming out of their ears.
Fingers on buzzers. The first round is a missing word round.
What's the missing word?
The little boy went brum, brum, brum
when he was playing with a toy...?
Did that sound like a dinosaur?
-Oh, yes. With a sore throat.
-That's not right, I'm afraid.
Because he was going brrr, brrr, brrr.
No, Charles, no. Brum, brum, brum.
It has to be a toy car.
-Who said that?
Oh, Ken, come on out and answer.
All right, Mr Flipstick, the little boy was playing with a car.
Car is the missing word.
Yes, it is. Well done. One point to you.
Now it's time for our picture round. Take a look at this. What is it?
-Oh, hey-hey, is that a man in a posh suit?
-A woman in a posh suit.
A soldier in uniform.
Here's a clue. These animals love to eat fish.
My dad loves to eat fish and chips.
It's not your dad, is it?! Your dad is a mouse like you, Charles.
Yes, but just a bit bigger.
I think I know what this little fella is.
He's a penguin.
Yes, Mr Biscuits, you've got it. That's a point to you.
On to our numbers round. Here's the question.
If somebody bought two lollipops
and the shopkeeper gives them two more as a special treat,
-what would they have?
A brilliant shopkeeper!
Does he do the same with bananas?
I don't know.
They'd have a wonderful afternoon. That's a lot of lollipops.
It's a number I'm looking for.
If somebody bought two lollipops and the shopkeeper gave them two,
they'd have two lollipops and two lollipops, which is four.
Thank you, Charles, that is so the right answer.
Four lollipops. That's one point to you.
OK, let's move on to our sound round.
Listen to this and buzz and tell me what it is.
That's a small bird trying to sing on a washing machine.
Interesting, but wholly wrong.
A dog with a bell shaking himself dry.
No, here's a clue.
You hear this when someone wants to talk to you.
-That's what I hear when someone wants to talk.
What if they're a long way away?
Oh my word! Not right.
If someone wants to speak to you from a long way away,
they have to use a special thing.
Oh, it's shaped a bit like a banana.
But, I can't remember what it is. Ooh!
The answer is telephone. Yes, that's right but who's this?
Ken Koala? Where are you?
I'm over here, Mr Flipstick.
There you are, Ken. Thank you for the call.
You're right. The sound you heard was a telephone.
That's the end of our quiz. The winner is Ken Koala with two points!
Your special prize is a strawberry yoghurt.
That's all we have time for. Why don't you join us again
for another unexpected episode of 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 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.