Episode 4 HH: Gory Games Play Along


Episode 4

Gayatri, Amy and Ayush battle it out to win year spheres in games including Mummify Me and Feeling Eel. Get the app and play along with quirky quizzes and gory games.


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-Five minutes, Dave.

-Thank you.

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Rattus, you do know that's a bog brush?

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Oh, yes!

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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 with me, Dave Lamb.

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And me, Rattus Rattus.

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Time to meet today's Horrible Historians.

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-Hi, I'm Ayushand. I'm from London.

-Hello, Ayush.

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-Hi, I'm Amy and I'm from Watford.

-Hello, Amy.

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-Hi I'm Gayatri and I'm from Birmingham.

-Hello, Gayatri.

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Welcome, everyone.

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And you can play along at home, too, using the Gory Games app.

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Check out the CBBC website.

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You lot are playing to win Yearspheres.

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

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will win a fabulous prize that I picked out myself.

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So if it wasn't already disgusting it certainly is now,

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now that Rattus has had his paws all over it.

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Time to get on with the show,

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and to find out what our first round is about it's over to the Gory Grid.

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It's the Vicious Vikings.

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Four questions on the Vikings coming up now.

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The person who gets the most right wins the first Yearsphere.

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And your four Viking topics are...

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So, Gayatri, what would you like?

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Can I have Viking kings please?

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When Viking Arthur Canute became King of England

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what did he do to his dead brother?

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Let's see your answers now please.

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Everybody thinks it's C.

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Let's find out what the answer is.

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The answer is C.

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Arthur Canute had his brother's body dug up and chucked in the Thames.

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I get the feeling perhaps they didn't get on.

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That was superb. Congratulations everyone. You're all off the mark.

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Amy, it's your turn to pick a category.

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Can I have show offs please?

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According to one story

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Olaf Trigvason impressed his men by doing what?

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They've all gone for A. What's the answer please?

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The answer is B.

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He used to run along the ores of his ship balancing carefully

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so not to fall in the water.

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Well, you didn't get any points there

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but at least you all stuck together which is nice.

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Ayush, it's your turn to pick a topic.

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Can I have Viking myths?

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Let's see if you know this one.

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Oh, that's a tricky one. What do you think?

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Our first disagreement of the day.

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Let's find out the answer.

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Let me put you out of your misery.

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The answer is A.

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It had eight legs and could fly.

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Points there for Gayatri and for Amy. Ayush, you're still in this.

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There's one category left in this round.

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Names. And it is a question from Rattus Rattus.

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Certainly is.

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How according to some did Harald Bluetooth get his odd name?

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Girls with C.

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Ayush out on his own with B.

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Rattus, what is the answer?

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The answer is A. He ate a lot of berries.

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Which apparently stained his teeth. I'd be Rattus brown tooth.

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Yuck.

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So no points there but at the end of that round we have a tie.

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Gayatri and Amy. Ayush, just for now you are history.

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Girls, it's time for a tie-breaker question.

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Beginning with the letter L what type of ship did Vikings sail in?

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Gayatri.

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Long ship.

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Long ship is absolutely right. Very well played, Gayatri.

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You won the quiz which means it's time for you to choose

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your Yearsphere, and it's time for me to say:

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VOICE ECHOES: All hail the potty pyramid!

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ANGELIC CHOIR

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Gayatri, help yourself to a Yearsphere.

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Nice.

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Now, winning the Viking quiz means that Gayatri is automatically

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through to play the Viking game.

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But will she be alone or will everybody else 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, everyone, get down that time sewer.

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Go on, Ayush, lead us off. Away you go, Amy.

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The Vikings were a surprising bunch.

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Along with massive axes to lop off their enemies' heads

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they also used tiny ear spoons to clean the wax out of their ears.

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It's time to play:

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Your challenge, to clean out a Viking ear,

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carry the wobbly wax on your Viking ear spoon

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over the wobbly bridge, and flick it in your bowl.

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The person who gets the most ear wax from their ear into their bowl

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within the time limit, wins the Yearsphere.

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Spoons at the ready. Your time starts...now.

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And they're off.

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Now we are with Gayatri as she jimmies away, trying to get

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that crusty cob of a blob of earwax out of the Viking ear.

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Look at that. Amy has got two on one spoon.

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Straight away there.

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She's a study of concentration as she goes over that seesaw.

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-And towards the basket.

-Oh, and she's got one.

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Gayatri has got one.

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But Amy...yes, has delivered two. And oh, dear me.

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Ayush must have just lost his at the last second there.

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And the ears, of course, there,

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care of the famous Viking, Olaf the Massive Ears.

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What, you mean Olaf the Three Massive Ears?

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That's the one.

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Oh, look at this. Gayatri has got two as well.

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That's great wax balling.

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And Amy coming up again and scores a third.

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And Ayush is off the mark.

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And if anyone wants to know what that wax tastes like, get your own.

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That lot is all mine.

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Is there anything you won't eat, Rattus?

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-Rat poison.

-Fair enough.

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I have to say, there is not much time left.

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30 seconds remaining.

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The pressure is on now. And that's a good delivery.

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And another one. Yes, that's how it's done. Everyone has scored.

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Very, very close. And there's the two wax specialist.

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Can she get that double in before the time runs out?

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No she can't. And Gayatri has dropped hers too.

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This really is going to go down to the wire.

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One for Ayush. He's catching up here.

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But is he going to run out of time?

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I think he is. 3...2...1...

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Time's up!

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It's all over and that's a win for Amy.

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Back behind your podiums please. That was very, very close.

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But the winner was Amy, with three bits.

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Help yourself to a Yearsphere, Amy. Congratulations. Very good.

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So, Round 2, 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 four all important topics:

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

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Wives, please.

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That is a question from Rattus Rattus.

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Certainly is. True or false?

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Henry VIII's second wife Anne Boleyn

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needed the toilet a lot during her coronation

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so her ladies in waiting kept a potty handy under a table.

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Her ladies in waiting kept a potty handy under a table.

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Is that true or is that false?

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Gayatri and Amy think it's true. Ayush thinks it's false.

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-What's the answer Rattus?

-It's true.

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I hope wife number two only needed it for number ones.

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Oh, let's hope so. Well played, Gayatri and Amy.

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-Ayush, it's your turn to pick a topic.

-Theft.

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True or false?

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In Tudor times if you stole 11 pennies

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you would be sentenced to death.

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If you stole 11 pennies you would be sentenced to death. True or false?

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Let's see those answers now please.

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Well, are they all right or all wrong? Let's find out.

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It's false.

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If you stole 11 pennies or less you'd be sent to prison.

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But if you stole 12 pennies or more you would be sentenced to death.

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Note to self, punishment far too soft.

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Bad luck, everybody. You got that one wrong. No points there.

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But points available with this next question.

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-Gayatri, what's it going to be?

-Teeth please.

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True or false?

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In the later years of my life I wore false teeth made of elephant ivory.

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So, what do you think? True or false?

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Well, the girls in agreement again, with true.

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Ayush has gone with false. What's the answer?

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It's false. My teeth were rotten but I refused to have them

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pulled out, despite the near constant toothache. Ah!

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Well done, Ayush you're back in it.

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And this is the final question in this round. It's on holidays.

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True or false? Tudor schools had 16 weeks summer holiday.

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Is that true or false?

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Let's see your answers.

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Everybody thinks that's false.

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It is false or is true, Your Maj?

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It's false. Tudor schools had no summer holidays whatsoever.

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It's quite right too.

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Congratulations, everybody. A point each.

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And at the end of that round we have a three-way tie.

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So it's the tie-breaker situation.

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Beginning with the letter A,

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complete the name of Henry VIII's first wife. Catherine of...

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Aragon.

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Aragon is absolutely right. Well done, Amy.

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You've won the quiz which means it's time to grab yourself a Yearsphere.

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# It's small, it's round Inside a date is found

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# Yearsphere, Yearsphere. #

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# It's... # What?! It might catch on!

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So, Amy, as the winner of the Tudor quiz you're through to play

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the Tudor Game, but will you be going it alone or will you have company?

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Let's find out.

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Oh, Ayush has got his head in his hands

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because it's a single player brainy game.

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Amy, put your thinking cap on and get back down that time sewer.

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-It stinks.

-It does stink.

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William Shakespeare...

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Excuse me, I'm the Queen. I'll explain this game.

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I was a big fan of William Shakespeare.

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I also liked a good insult.

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So what could be better than a Shakespearian insult? It's time for:

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Eight insults. Five were invented by Shakespeare

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but three were invented by that stinky rodent.

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Your Maj.

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All you have to do is work out

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which five are the genuine Shakespearian insults.

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To do this choose five insults and move them to the board.

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Then touch the Hamlet skull to see 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 as you're against the clock.

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And your time is starting now.

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Here we go then.

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She's got to choose the genuine Shakespeare insults

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and put them on the easels.

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Stockfish she's going for.

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Well, that sounds about right doesn't it, Rattus?

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Of course you made up the other three on there, didn't you?

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I did. I'm a naughty rat.

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Clay-brained is up there.

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Putrid Piddle Bucket has joined the other two there.

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What's the fourth one? Humpty Nuggets.

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Humpty Nuggets!

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That is somehow appalling, Humpty Nugget, for me.

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And Badger Breath. Now, how many has she got.

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'You have two correct.'

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Rattus, you really are a naughty rat.

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You've slipped three past her there.

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She's removed Stockfish.

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Now I've got a feeling that's a genuine one.

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She's replaced it with Mouldy Rogue.

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Well, that's right for right, Rattus.

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'30 seconds remaining.'

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Amy has gone for Tailor's Yard there.

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'You have three correct.'

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So one better. Putrid Piddle Bucket comes off. What's going back up?

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Stockfish.

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'You have four correct.'

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She's got four. Oh, she's taken it off.

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Come on Amy don't be clay-brained.

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Humpty Nuggets!

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'You have three correct.'

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She's got herself in a real muddle here. There's only seconds left now.

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-Stockfish is coming back.

-'Time's up.'

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But it's too late. Bad luck, Amy. Three out of five.

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Welcome back. Oh, that was tricky wasn't it? That was tricky.

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Right, onto Round 3.

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To find out what's up next it's over to the Gory Grid.

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It's the Awful Egyptians.

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So, four questions on the Egyptians coming up now.

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Your four topics are...

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So, Ayush, it's your turn to lead us off.

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Cat fat.

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In ancient Egyptian houses cat fat was sometimes

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spread on the walls and the floors, but why?

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Show me now, please.

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Ooh. Everyone has gone for A.

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Let's find out what the answer is.

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The answer is B.

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Cat fat could be spread around to keep rats out.

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Yes, I might try that in my dressing room.

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You wouldn't.

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No points there for anybody I'm afraid. Gayatri, it's your go.

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Cures, please.

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Now, that is a prop question.

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Prop question, prop question, prop question.

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And today's prop is...

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No, Rattus. Don't say another word.

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You always somehow manipulate me

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into choosing the two cupboards with the boxing gloves.

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Well, not today.

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Today I will choose a cupboard using my own powers of deduction.

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I'm going to test them. Ah. Boxing glove in the bottom cupboard.

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Aha. And the middle cupboard.

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So, by a process of elimination...

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..glove in the top cupboard too.

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What I was going to say was today's prize is under the desk.

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I didn't put it in the cupboard

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because they were all full of spring-loaded boxing gloves.

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Haha(!) Laugh it up, Rattus.

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My next choice was actually going to be under the desk.

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And here is the prop. Mashed up pig's eyes.

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This is an Egyptian cure for blindness.

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Pig's eyes with red powder and honey.

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But where would you pour this treatment?

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So, you've had a look. What do you think? A, B or C?

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Gayatri has gone for A.

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Amy for B, and Ayush, C.

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I can tell you that the answer is B. Well, done Amy.

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You pour it into the ears.

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And it's actually your turn to choose. What will you have?

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Sacrifice, please.

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Here's what I want to know.

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Let's have a look at your answers please.

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Wow, everybody has gone for B.

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Let's find out the answer.

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Well, I can tell you the answer is:

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Proving that not even Egyptian gods like sprouts.

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Rattus! No points there, though, I'm afraid. One question remaining.

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Let's hear it.

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In the ancient Egyptian city of Pi Ramesses there were stables

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to house hundreds of horses.

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But what surprising facilities did they have?

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Let's see your answers now please.

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Gayatri out on her own with B.

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Amy and Ayush agree on A.

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Let's find out what the answer is.

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The answer is A.

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The stables had horse toilets.

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OK, so let's award those points.

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One for Amy, one for Ayush

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and it means that at the end of that round,

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Amy, you've won yourself another Yearsphere.

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There it goes.

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OK, Amy, you won the Egyptian quiz so you're through to play

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the Egyptian game, but will you be going it alone?

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Let's find out, shall we?

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Yes, you will. It's a single player scary game.

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So, off down the time sewer on your own.

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Bye, Dave.

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Bye.

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Now, if you're eating, I recommend that you stop right now.

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Why? Because we're about to play...

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This mummy is nowhere near ready for the afterlife.

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Your challenge is to finish the mummification job.

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Find and remove the stomach, liver, intestines and lungs

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and put them in the correct canopic jars.

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Yank the brain out through the nose and bin it.

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Find the bladder and bin that as well.

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But the heart must be left inside the body.

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And your time starts now.

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And she's straight in.

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She's gone up there and what we know, Rattus, is that the heart

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and lungs are up there, and she's got the lungs.

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They're free.

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So now she has to get those lungs into the correct canopic jar

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which involves matching them to a picture.

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There they are. You can just see them there.

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And that's the right jar she's heading for.

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It's a very good start from Amy, isn't it, Rattus?

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-Certainly is, Dave.

-Now she's going for the brain.

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She'll need to hook them out and pull them through the nose.

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Oh, they're coming out a bit slowly there.

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That was a bit graphic, wasn't it, Rattus?

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And as she's pulling them out by hand.

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That is allowed although not advised.

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And that brain needs to go straight into the bin.

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And she's done it. Good remembering from Amy.

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-She's being very methodical here, isn't she?

-Bin and gone.

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Now that, for me, is a massive liver.

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What's she going to do with it?

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She's looking for the accompanying picture.

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So where's this liver going?

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Now, I'm not so sure she knew what she was doing there, Rattus.

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-What are your thoughts?

-There were blanks looks all round.

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She's put the liver in the jar where the stomach should go

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and that could cost her the game.

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And there is the stomach.

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Now I think Amy has realised her error.

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She's emptying the canopic jar.

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She's realised very cleverly that the stomach needs to go in there.

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So what she's done is up-turned the canopic jar

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and removed the liver.

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But what's she done with it? She's put it in the bin.

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Oh, she's 'bin' silly there, Rattus. 'Bin' Silly? Please yourself!

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Oh, dear me.

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She seems to have hold of the bladder and it seems to be

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squirting quite a lot of wee all over her and the room.

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There it is, the bladder.

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And that needs to go in the bin. Yeah.

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There's far too much splash wee-wee.

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There's wee in that there bin.

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The liver will be covered in the stuff. Oh, there's the intestine.

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This is often your favourite bit here, Rattus.

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If it was up to you there'd be a bit of skipping going on.

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'30 seconds remaining.'

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There they go. They're crossing the room.

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She's looking for the correct canopic jar for them

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and yes, she's got that absolutely right.

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So it's a shame about the liver really.

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But with only 20 seconds remaining

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I'm not sure she's got time to sort it out.

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But wait, she's gone back for the liver.

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Could this be an extraordinary recovery? I think it could!

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And she's done it. And beaten the timer as well.

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Well played, Amy.

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Well done. Help yourself to your fourth Yearsphere.

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But will it be a good one? Nice.

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Very good. So it's the final round.

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And that means we go over to the Gory Grid one last time

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to find out what we've got.

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It's the Measly Middle Ages.

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It's the final round. There's no quirky quiz.

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We're straight on to our big all play Middle Ages endgame.

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Feeling Eel. And this is a stupid death game.

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So, everybody get down that time sewer.

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See you later.

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Now it's over to you know who to explain the game.

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Boo! Ha-ha. Yes...

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King Henry I ate far too many lampreys

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which are sort of like really ugly eels.

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Afterwards his doctor gave him some laxatives to empty his bowels.

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But obviously gave him too many as Henry got severe diarrhoea and died.

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When I heard that story I almost pooed myself!

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Anyway, you've got to feed hungry Henry

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as many slimey lampreys as possible.

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Run down the lane and shove them in his gob.

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Whoever shoves the most in within the time limit wins the Yearsphere.

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And your time starts now.

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And we're off.

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So this game is Ayush's last chance to get a Yearsphere.

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Let's see how he gets on with that first lamprey.

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And there it goes, and this never fails to appal me.

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This is appalling what's going on out here.

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Heads first, tail first, doesn't seem to matter.

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They get rammed in there somehow. And back they go.

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Amy with a slight advantage but Ayush pushing her very, very close.

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There's Gayatri just finishing off her first

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as the others arrive with their second.

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Oh, here we go again.

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Dave, if you think lampreys are slimey you should try frogspawn.

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I think I'll pass on that, Rattus.

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Ayush in the lead there but only just.

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Amy hot on his heels.

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Gayatri is bringing up the rear...of the lamprey.

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They're neck and neck, aren't they? Look at this.

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Ayush and Amy are absolutely level pegging.

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That's another one going in there.

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Oh, Dave, those lampreys sure are ugly.

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Do you know what, Rattus?

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I'm making it a rule to never eat anything uglier than I am.

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So you can eat everything then, Dave?

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So what are you saying, Rattus?

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Are you saying I'm ugly or attractive?

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Try and be more clear with your insults next time.

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Gayatri has got another but she's being out-lampreyed by the others.

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So close, aren't they, these two? They are level pegging.

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They couldn't be any closer.

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Tick tock, your time is running out.

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I don't know about you but I really wish he wouldn't do that.

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So Gayatri has drawn level.

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But not for long.

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There's a fifth for Ayush. He's looking tired though.

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But Amy is flying up the course. Five points a piece.

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Now Amy has taken the lead.

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She's certainly finishing the stronger of the two here.

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Gayatri valiantly cramming in an eel there

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but it's between Amy and Ayush, this.

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We're in the last few seconds. Either of them could win it.

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Which way is it going to go? This is extremely close.

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'Time's up.'

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It's all over and Ayush and Amy have tied, 6-6.

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Well done. Those eels really were disgusting, weren't they?

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Horrible. Amy and Ayush both win a Yearsphere.

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Here we go.

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Excellent. So now it's time to count up those Yearspheres.

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And remember AD dates are added to your total

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and BC dates are subtracted from it.

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It's the moment of truth.

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Gayatri, let's have a look at your Yearsphere. What's inside it?

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264 BC. The first Roman gladiator games that year.

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It's bad, but it's not totally disastrous.

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Amy, let's see your Yearspheres.

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1665 AD - the plague happened around about then.

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Let's have a look at that second one.

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1901 AD, Queen Victoria died.

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You're going nicely so far.

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Let's have a look at that third one.

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1135 AD. The death of Henry I. this could be a massive score.

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Let's have a look at the fourth.

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122 AD. Hadrian's Wall began to be built that year.

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Let's have a look at that last one. Oh, no!

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10,500 BC. The end of the last Ice Age.

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Ayush, you have got -264 to beat.

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Let's have a look. What's inside it?

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Oh, no!

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753 BC! The City of Rome was founded.

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Oh, my goodness me.

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That means that today's winner is Gayatri, with a score of -264.

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I have to say, Gayatri, you are about to receive

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the most amazing prize that you can imagine,

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providing that you have very, very limited imagination.

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Yeah, you've guessed it.

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It's something that Rattus has found in the time sewers.

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That's right. A powerful elixir of youth.

0:27:030:27:06

You mean it keeps you feeling young?

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Well, that's what the Romans believed, Dave.

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Yes, it's bottled gladiator sweat.

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There you go, Gayatri. I wouldn't drink it if I was you.

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I'd just hang it on the wall. So, well done, Gayatri.

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And also well done to Amy and Ayush.

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And you have won a trip home that is truly once in a lifetime.

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Because no-one in their right mind wants to do it twice.

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Yeah, we're flushing you down the time sewers. Off you go.

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There's no need to look quite so happy about it.

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If you want to play along at home next time, don't forget to download

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the Gory Games app.

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Eurgh, this is really gooey!

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Oh, I've wet myself.

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Well, I've been Dave Lamb. He's been a health risk.

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But a loveable one.

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And this has been Gory Games. Goodbye.

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Gayatri, Amy and Ayush battle it out to win year spheres in a series of games, including Mummify Me and Feeling Eel. If you're of a nervous disposition, a bit squeamish or easily shocked, then this show is not for you.


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