Episode 14 HH: Gory Games


Episode 14

Kayden, Rebecca and Rex compete to win year spheres in games including Lance A Lot and London's Burning puns. Get the app and play along with quirky quizzes and gory games.


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# If mummies, rats and fleas ain't your thing

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# And you don't like the sound of an exploding king

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# If you're easily scared and don't laugh at poo

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# Better turn off This show ain't for you

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# Still watching? Then let's test your brains

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# With Horrible Histories Gory Games

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# Horrible Histories Gory...

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# Games! #

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Hello, and welcome to Gory Games,

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and if you're a fan of the distasteful, the depraved,

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and the downright disgusting, then you're going to love Rattus Rattus.

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Oh, compliments will get you everywhere.

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Let's crack on and meet today's Horrible Historians!

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Hi, I'm Rex.

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Hello, Rex.

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Hi, I'm Rebecca.

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Hello, Rebecca!

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Hi, I'm Kayden.

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Hello, Kayden.

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Welcome, everyone. You lot are here to win Year Spheres.

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And at the end of the show the person with the highest year score

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will win the prize of their dreams, as chosen by me.

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So, more accurately, the prize of their nightmares.

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Let's get cracking -

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and to find out what the first round's about

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it's over to the Gory Grid.

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It's the Nasty Knights.

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So, four questions on the Nasty Knights coming up now.

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The person who gets the most right wins the first Year Sphere

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and here are your four knight topics...

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So, Kayden, you get to choose first this round,

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what are you going to have?

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Battles, please.

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On a Middle Ages battlefield what was a naked man?

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Was it...

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Let's see those answers now, please.

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Interesting, Kayden's gone for A,

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Rebecca and Rex agreeing with each other on B.

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Let's find out what the answer is.

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The answer is A.

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A naked man was a phrase used to describe a peasant soldier

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who couldn't afford armour,

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who fought in his own clothes using a farming tool as a weapon.

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Good luck with that(!)

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Good luck with that, indeed.

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Well done, Kayden, that's the first point of the game to you.

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Rebecca, it's your turn to choose a topic, what will you have?

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Erm, Crusades, please.

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Now that is a question from Mr Rattus Rattus.

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It certainly is.

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In the Crusades, which of these were the Crusaders' horses scared of?

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Let's see your answers, please.

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Kayden and Rebecca agreeing this time on A. Rex thinks it's C.

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Rattus, put us out of our misery, what's the answer?

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The answer is C!

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Yes, the Saracens often rode at the Crusaders on camels

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because the Crusaders' horses didn't like the smell of them! No! Ha-ha-ha!

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Congratulations, Rex. One skull to you.

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It's your turn to choose a question, Rex.

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I'll choose Tournaments.

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A knight could have his squire bring fresh weapons to him

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in the jousting area but how did squires have to carry the weapons?

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Let's see those answers now, please.

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Well, total agreement, everybody going for B.

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Let's find out if you're all right or all wrong.

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The answer is B.

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To make sure squires didn't start using the weapons themselves

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there was a rule that they had to hold the weapons by their point.

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Argh!

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Well, tremendous work, everybody. That's points for everyone, there,

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and so we come to the final question in this category,

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and, Rattus, this, I have to say, is your favourite bit of the show.

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Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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It's a question from Death!

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Oh, Death! Ah!

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In 1322, Humphrey De Bohun led a rebellion against King Edward II

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and the two armies met at the Battle of Boroughbridge,

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but what was Humphrey's stupid death?

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Let's see your answers, please.

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Interesting - Kayden thinks it's B,

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Rebecca and Rex agreeing completely on C.

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Death, what's the right answer?

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The answer is...B.

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Humphrey was fighting his way across a wooden bridge

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when an enemy soldier rammed a pike right up his bottom! Ha-ha-ha!

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I think that's what you call a "rear guard action".

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I give that joke bottom marks!

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Oh! Your one's rather better. Ngh!

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Kayden, you've won the quiz.

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That means it's time for you to choose your Year Sphere

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and it's time for me to say, "All hail the Potty Pyramid!"

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CHORAL FANFARE PLAYING

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Help yourself, but pick carefully

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because AD dates will be added to your total score

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but BC dates will be subtracted from it.

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So, for instance, if it was the year of Dave's birth

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that would be a big BC number and bad.

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Thank you very much, we'll find out what's in there later on.

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Now, winning the quiz means that Kayden is automatically through

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to play the Knight Game,

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but will he be alone or will everyone get to play?

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Let's find out.

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It's an All Play Silly Game,

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so that means it's off down the Time Sewer with the whole lot of you.

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That stinks!

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Yes, it does stink, I'm afraid.

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Becoming a knight took 14 years of training, which means we're sending

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this lot into the game woefully underprepared.

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It's time to play...

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Knights would practise their accuracy at jousting

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by "running the rings".

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You must ride up and down your lane

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hooking one ring at a time and bringing it back to your basket.

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The first to collect six rings wins the Year Sphere. Are you ready?

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In three...two...one...

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and they're off,

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and away they go, and Rebecca's off to a flier!

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She's galloping down her lane

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and hooks her first ring beautifully, there.

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Oh, it's great lance control.

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Well, little crash there from Rex.

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His horse appears to be fine and, yes, he's racing along, look.

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Looks like he's going to be the first to deliver here.

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Let's see if they can all get them in the basket, one...two...three!

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-That's superb from everyone, isn't it, Rattus?

-Certainly is, Dave.

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Well, thanks for your input there, top level analysis,

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and Rex has hooked his second ring down onto the lance.

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Dave, this game reminds me of my cousin.

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Really? Does he joust?

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No, he's called Lance!

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Oh, dear, apologies, everyone, back to the game I think, Rattus,

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and Rex is delivering his second already.

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And here comes Rebecca in the middle there, in brown, beautiful delivery.

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And Kayd... Oh, Kayden!

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That's missed the basket, that could set our knight in green back.

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Dave, do you think I'd make a good knight?

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Can't really hear it, can you?

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"Arise, Sir Rattus".

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That's not going to be a pleasure for Her Maj, is it?

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Oh there's a collision, there, between Rebecca and Rex. Well!

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Bumper Horse, it's a whole new game!

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I like it, Rattus.

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Look at that, Rex has got his third in, he's halfway there.

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There's Kayden with his second.

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Rebecca hot on Rex's heels, there, with her third. That is lovely.

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Look how determined Rex is, he's powering along,

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he's not going to let anything stand in his way here.

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Oh! Including Rebecca - is that allowed?

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Well, they've gone their separate ways, thank goodness for that.

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It's certainly an advantage for Kayden,

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you would've thought, with Rebecca and Rex

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detaining each other for so long.

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Maybe their horses just don't get on, Rattus?

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Heard any stable gossip?

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I think they were stopping for a kiss.

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Ah, maybe it's the opposite,

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maybe they LIKE each other!

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Well, no-one was expecting that.

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Oh, there's Rebecca's fourth. Lovely stuff.

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But Rex has almost lapped her, here,

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he delivers his fifth, so he needs only one more to win the game!

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There's Kayden, of course, still pluckily carrying on

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but you feel he's got too much ground to make up.

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He delivers his fourth, there, very nicely indeed,

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and Rebecca hooks her fifth

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but surely Rex must have this in the bag,

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he just needs to deliver his final red, and he's done it!

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Knight Rex has won the game, so it's good knight from him,

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not such good knighting from the others.

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Welcome back, everyone. Well played, indeed.

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Rex, help yourself to a Year Sphere.

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Very good stuff.

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Excellent, there it goes, that was an exciting game.

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-How do you feel, Rex?

-Brilliant!

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-There was a bit of crashing going on, with the horses.

-Yeah.

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I couldn't go past because she was blocking my path.

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Rebecca, it sounds as if Rex is blaming you for it,

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-how do you feel about it?

-OK, I don't really...

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-You're taking the blame?

-Yes.

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Rex, congratulations, you just got there in the end.

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So, round two and to find out what's up next it's over to the Gory Grid.

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It's the Terrible Tudors.

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Four questions again and here are your all-important Tudor topics...

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So, Rebecca, it's your turn to pick first this time,

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-what would you like?

-Henry VIII please.

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True or false, when he was young and agile my father, King Henry VIII

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was nearly killed when he tried to pole-vault a stream.

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Let's have a look at those answers. They've all gone for false.

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Are they all right? Let's find out.

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It's true! His pole snapped and he landed head-first in thick mud.

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He had to be yanked out by his ankles.

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Well, I think that's one for Yea've Been Framed.

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Yea've Been Framed cos it's in the past!

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-"It's in the past!" Yeah, get on with it.

-Sorry.

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So, no points there.

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Rex, it's your turn to choose a category.

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I choose Cures.

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True or false, a Tudor cure for feeling sick

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was to eat dead ants covered with jam.

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Is that true, or is that false? Let's answer now.

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Everyone in total agreement, again, on false.

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Are you all right or all wrong?

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It's false.

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A Tudor cure for feeling sick was live spiders covered with butter.

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I thought everyone knew that.

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Well played, everyone. First points of the round have been scored.

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Kayden, your turn to choose a category.

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I pick Diet.

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True or false, posh people in the Tudor era didn't eat vegetables.

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Let's see those answers, please.

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Everyone in total agreement again, all going for true. Let's find out.

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It's true! Of course we didn't eat vegetables, they're bad for you!

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Yeah, posh Tudors' dreadful vegetable-free diet

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caused terrible scurvy, gout, blindness

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and all sorts of teeth problems too.

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Nonsense. It's never done me any harm.

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No, it's never done you any harm, Ma'am, I wouldn't suggest that.

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Good answers, everybody, that's a point apiece.

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It's neck and neck in this one, isn't it?

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So the final category in this round is Spoons,

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and that is a prop question.

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I... I put it in one of the cupboards, Dave.

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Yeah, Rattus, let me just tell you

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that I'm not falling for one of your booby-trapped cupboards ever again.

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Ha-ha-ha! You see? Completely missed me.

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Oh! Ouch!

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-Nine...ten, you're out!

-You're out if you keep this up, Rattus!

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There it is. I found the prop, no thanks to Rattus.

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I don't know what you're all laughing at.

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So this is an extra long spoon-type thing. Here's the question.

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True or false, Tudor ladies wore ruffs round their necks that

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were so long they had to make extra long spoons

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so they could reach their mouths to eat.

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Let's see your answers now, please.

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Well, you've all gone for true, and I can tell you,

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you're all right, it is true.

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So, that means that at the end of that round

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we have a tie-breaker situation.

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Beginning with the letter S, what is the surname of the famous playwright

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who wrote Hamlet, Macbeth... Yes, Rex.

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Shakespeare!

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Shakespeare is the right answer. Well done, Rex.

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Help yourself to another Year Sphere.

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CHORAL FANFARE PLAYING

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Very well played.

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So, Rex, as the winner of the Tudor quiz,

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you are through to play the Tudor game,

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but will you be playing alone or will everyone get to play too?

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Let's find out.

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It's a Single Player Brainy Game,

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-so I hope you're feeling brainy, Rex.

-Yes.

-Off down that Time Sewer.

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Down you go.

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-Now, William Shakespeare...

-I'm introducing this one, common person.

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Your Majesty.

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I was a big fan of William Shakespeare,

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he was a most inventive writer and came up with 1,700 new words,

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and better still, many of them were insults! It's time for...

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Seven insults, but only five were created by Shakespeare,

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two were made up by that foul rodent.

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Your Majesty.

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Your challenge is to work out which five

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are the real Shakespearean insults.

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Choose five insults and move them to the board,

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then touch the Hamlet skull to find out how many you've got right.

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Keep trying new combinations until you get all five right

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but you've got to be quick, though, as you're against the clock.

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And your time starts...now.

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So, Rex picks his first insult.

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How's he doing, Rattus?

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Well, pretty well so far, Dave.

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"Fusty Nut,"

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do you think that's one of Shakespeare's?

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Well, you know, I'm not going to ask you.

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"Dunghill," he's gone for that.

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"Greasy Tallow-catch," oh, that sounds horrible.

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"Clodpole," he seems to be doing very well here.

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"Hugger-mugger." He presses the skull!

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You have all five correct!

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-He's done it!

-He's done it! 18 seconds!

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18 seconds! Amazing! That is a record time.

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"Fish Face," and, "Bum Trumpet," Rattus, you didn't fool Rex!

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Welcome back, Rex, help your... Well, help yourself.

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CHORAL FANFARE PLAYING

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Lovely, three Year Spheres, superb. That was fast.

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-Well played.

-Yeah.

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OK, let's crack on.

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Round Three, let's find out what's up next from our Gory Grid.

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It's the Awful Egyptians.

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So, four questions on the Awful Egyptians coming up now...

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And, Rex, it is your turn to lead us off, what'll it be?

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I'll have Egyptian Gods, please.

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Here's what I want to know...

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Make your choices now, please.

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Kayden goes for C, the other two agreeing on B.

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Let's find out who's right.

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The answer is...B.

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There was no Egyptian rat-headed god of manure.

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No, there wasn't but there really should've been.

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Might've been interesting.

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So, well done, Rebecca and Rex, that's a point apiece for you.

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Kayden, your turn to choose a category.

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I choose Pharaohs, please.

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For how many years did King Pepi II rule Egypt?

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Let's see those answers now please.

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Kayden out on his own with A, Rebecca and Rex agreeing on C.

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Let's find out the correct answer.

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The answer is C, 94 years!

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He began when he was just six and he lived to be 100! Ha!

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Well done, Rebecca and Rex. Still time to catch up, Kayden.

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Rebecca, what topic would you like of the remaining two?

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Cures, please.

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That is a question from Rattus Rattus.

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Good choice, good choice...

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Show me your answers now, please.

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Well, look at that, everyone agreeing on B.

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-Rattus, what's the answer?

-I'm afraid they're wrong, Dave,

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because the answer is A, by spitting on it.

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So, no points for that question.

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The final remaining question in this round is on Sacred Bulls.

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We Egyptians believed a sacred bull called the Apis Bull

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could tell the future, but how did we know what it predicted?

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Let's see those answers now, please.

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Everyone going for A.

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Let's find out if you're all right or all wrong.

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The answer is B.

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We offered it different foods and depending on how it reacted,

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that told us the future.

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So, if the bull ate beans, for instance,

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-we knew it was going to be windy.

-FARTING NOISE

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Woo!

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Horrendously so.

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Which means at the end of that round we have a two-way tie

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between Rebecca and Rex.

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Kayden, just for now, you're history

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because we are going to a tie-break situation.

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Beginning with the letter H,

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what was the name of the formal writing system... Rex.

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-Hieroglyphics.

-Hieroglyphics is absolutely right.

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Very quick on the buzzer, Rex. Bad luck, Rebecca.

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Rex, help yourself to another Year Sphere.

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CHORAL FANFARE PLAYING

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That's a mighty collection you've got there now, Rex.

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Well played indeed.

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OK, so Rex, you've won the Egyptian quiz,

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you're through to play the Egyptian game,

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but will you be going it alone or will everyone get to play?

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Let's find out, shall we?

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It's a Single Player Gory Game.

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So, Rex, you know the way, back down the Time Sewer with you.

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Preparing pharaohs for the afterlife was nothing short of gross.

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Yeah, and by gross he means brilliant!

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I don't. It's time to play...

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Whoever mummified this pharaoh forgot to remove some organs.

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Your challenge is to find and remove the stomach,

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liver, intestines and lungs, and put them in the correct Canopic jars.

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The brain needs to be yanked out through the nose, then binned,

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and you also need to bin the bladder.

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But the heart must be left inside the body.

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Your time starts in three...two...one...

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and he's off.

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For some reason he's gone searching in the knee area

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for his first organ.

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That's more like it. What's he got there?

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Well, he's got the snake,

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that's a very unhelpful start,

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he's put it straight in the bin.

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Well played, Rex.

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What's this he's got hold of here? It's yellow.

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He's giving it a good wrestle.

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Oh, that's...that's coming out slowly,

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and it's the stomach.

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Now what he's doing now, Rattus,

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is looking for the correct picture

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to match with the stomach

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so that he can be sure he's putting it

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in the correct Canopic jar.

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Textbook!

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Rex is digging in there roundabout the midriff. Look at that,

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his arm's right in there, he's really giving it some elbow grease.

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Now, what's he got here?

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I think that's a little bit of liver poking out

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but he seems to be struggling to remove it.

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-Oh, he's got it out!

-He's got it, he's got it, he's got it!

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He's having a look, he's noted the correct jar

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and that's a lovely delivery.

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"Livery". De-livery, Rattus!

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Suit yourself.

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Oh, I think he's found a bug, there,

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that needs to go in the bin with the snake.

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He's going in at chest level.

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Now, up here we're going to be talking hearts,

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we're going to be talking lungs.

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-It's a lung!

-I think you're right, Rattus!

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Yeah, those are the lungs all right

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but again he seems to be struggling to release them from the mummy!

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Maybe the bandages are too tight.

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He's given up on the lungs, I don't blame him,

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instead he's ramming a spike into the mummy's head.

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He's jimmying it around. I mean, I...

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There's the brain.

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There's a bit of brain, he just needs to yank that out.

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30 seconds remaining.

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It's not budging.

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-They look like they're all snotted up.

-Yeah.

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And it snapped it off.

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If this mummy does recover now

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he's not going to be the same fella he was

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when he was alive.

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But Rex has released the lungs,

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well, that is excellent persistence there

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from Rex.

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He's still got the intestines

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and the bladder to go

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and he's only got ten seconds left.

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That looks like a bladder, hey?

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-Bladder! Bladder!

-The bladder comes out.

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He needs to bin that and yank the intestines out,

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get them in the jar - I don't think he's got time.

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Time's up.

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No, bad luck, Rex!

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You might want to put that down, fella.

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Well done, well done indeed.

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Bad luck. No Year Sphere this time, I'm afraid.

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I know, because when the lungs, they were next to the heart,

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and I got them jammed in so I couldn't, like, wrench them out.

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Well, at least, in your normal walk of life,

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-that will never happen to you again.

-I hope so!

-So do I.

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Right, it's the final round and that means it's over to the Gory Grid

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one last time to find out what we've got.

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It's the Slimy Stuarts.

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As always, no quirky quiz in our final round

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so it's straight to our Big Endgame, an all-player game.

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Everyone, back down the Time Sewer with the lot of you.

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-Whoo-hoo!

-Go on, Kayden.

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It's time to play...

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It's 1666 and you are King Charles II.

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Party on!

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No, not today, Rattus.

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The Great Fire of London has broken out

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and, just like the real King Charles II,

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you're going to help put it out.

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You have to collect water in your bucket, carry it along your lane

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and chuck it onto the flames.

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But watch out for those falling buildings.

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Whoever gets the most water onto the blaze within the time limit

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wins the Year Sphere.

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So, buckets at the ready because your time starts now.

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Off they go then with London's Burning.

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There's the first scoop.

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Down their lanes, over the cheese, and they're making their way along.

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Rex is already there, look.

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Now, who's going to throw the wat...

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Oh, Rex has let go of his bucket!

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Hey, don't throw the bucket!

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That's terrific advice, Rattus.

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Now there goes Rex skipping over the cheese,

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which incidentally was buried by Samuel Pepys

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to save it from the fire.

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Now, there goes Rebecca.

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Look at that, she hurdled the cheese that time,

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didn't step on the top of it, just hurdled it.

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Yeah, that's a decent effort. How's Rex going to go here?

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Oh, well, he hasn't quite got the technique

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at the end, there.

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First time he threw his bucket,

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second time nothing quite reached.

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What's Kayden going to do here?

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Is he going to get anything in?

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Oh, dear me,

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they're all falling a little bit short here.

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You tend to think that maybe Charles II was there,

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throwing water on it, not hitting with his water

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but everyone was too polite and afraid of him to say,

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"You're not doing this very well, Charles II.

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"Budge up, let's get some proper firemen here."

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-Now, Kayden. One!

-One!

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Hey! There's some water. That's put out a small barn.

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And he seems very, very happy about it.

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Well, that's a terrific throw.

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I mean, she got one in there, to be fair, Rebecca,

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and there's another one!

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Beautiful, one at a time, that's how to do it, lovely stuff.

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There's Rex. Well, he...

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Oh, dear, that hurdle went wrong and then the repercussions were bad.

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Kayden now safely over the cheese, back towards the fire

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and Rebecca scooping some more water there.

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To stop the fire spreading, some people's houses got pulled down

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so our players need to watch out for falling masonry.

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-Oh!

-Oh!

-What did I tell you?

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30 seconds remaining.

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So, just 30 seconds left then and it looks like Rebecca's got this one

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but I'll tell you what, Rattus, it's getting slippery out there.

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It's getting slippery.

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Kayden and Rex both falling down in very quick time

0:24:120:24:15

and Rebecca now... That was a good one from Rex

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and a good one from Rebecca!

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So they're beginning to get the hang of this, but it may be too late.

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I mean they're so tight and then Kayden's head-butted the cheese!

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Well, you don't see that every day.

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Seconds remaining and... Oh, dear!

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Time's up.

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It's all over and, by the looks of that little lot,

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I'd say Rebecca has won it.

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Very well played. That looked very, very exciting.

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It was incredibly close.

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The winner of the final Year Sphere is Rebecca.

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Please, help yourself to a Year Sphere.

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CHORAL FANFARE PLAYING

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Mm, interesting.

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there we go, almost changed your mind at the last moment, there.

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All the Year Spheres have been awarded,

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now it's time to count them up.

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And remember AD dates are added, and BC dates subtracted.

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It's the moment of truth.

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Kayden, let's see what you've got there.

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Ho! Ho! Ho!

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1587 AD, the execution of Mary Queen of Scots,

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it's a very good score. Well done, you're in the positive.

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Rebecca, can you beat that with yours? Let's have a look.

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Oh!

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Oh, no, it's 1323 BC, the death of Tutankhamen that year.

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Bad luck, you'd have actually been better without a Year Sphere

0:25:370:25:40

but never mind.

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Now, Rex, here we go, let's have a look.

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332 BC, Alexander the Great conquered Egypt that year.

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Let's have a look at the next one.

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You're back in the positive, 1876 AD,

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the year the vacuum cleaner was invented, interestingly enough.

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Let's have a look at the third.

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Ooh, it's another BC, he's gone back the other way.

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399 BC, the Greek philosopher Socrates was executed that year.

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It is incredibly close here.

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Rex, you need 443 AD or more.

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1455 AD and that was the start of the War of the Roses that year.

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With a total of 2,600, you are today's champion, congratulations.

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And look at that celebration.

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Well done, fella, brilliant.

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So, Rex, you are our champion and as a prize we'd like to offer you

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-a luxury cruise around the Mediterranean.

-Really?!

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We'd like to but we can't afford that, so it's probably going

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to be some old tat that Rattus has fished out of the Time Sewer.

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-What have we got, Rattus?

-Correct!

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And today's prize will really help you to get ahead in life

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because...it's a head!

0:26:510:26:54

-Oh.

-Oh, good grief.

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Yes, it's the severed head of the pirate Blackbeard.

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-There you go. Sorry it's a...

-Thank you.

-..head on a plinth,

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you might want to face it away from you when you go to sleep at night.

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Fantastic, well played, Rex, congratulations.

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Tough luck to our runners-up,

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I'm afraid you're going home through the Time Sewers.

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Down you go.

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I'm afraid this is going to get very unpleasant for you.

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SHE SQUEALS AND LAUGHS

0:27:240:27:26

Ha-ha-ha!

0:27:260:27:28

Ha-ha-ha!

0:27:300:27:31

Well, I've been Dave Lamb, sadly, he's been Rattus Rattus.

0:27:310:27:35

To the max!

0:27:350:27:36

To the max, and if you've just joined us you've missed Gory Games.

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Goodbye!

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Kayden, Rebecca and Rex compete to win year spheres in a series of games, including Lance-a-Lot and London's Burning. Warning: this show contains puzzles, poos and puns.


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