Episode 11 HH: Gory Games


Quirky quizzes and gory games. Rattus invents a new warm up game featuring putrid pond water and leeches, and contestants must feed Henry VIII lots and lots of pies.


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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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# You'd better turn off this show ain't for you

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# Still watching?

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# Then let's test your brains

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# With Horrible History's Gory Games

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# Horrible History's Gory... Games! #

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Hello and welcome to Gory Games, with me, Dave Lamb,

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and the rodent we know as Rattus Rattus,

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but who 10,000 fleas simply call "home".

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Hey! I'll have you know I've got fewer fleas than I used to have.

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How could you know that?

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Cos I just saw at least three jumping onto you.

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Oh, what? Oh, thanks a lot(!)

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This is the show where you get to test your knowledge

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of history's most horrible happenings.

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Or as I like to call them, the best bits.

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By taking part in the goriest games imaginable.

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-Oh, that's it! Tonight you are having a bath.

-Uh?

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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Yes!

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Let's meet our Horrible Historians.

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Hi, I'm Erin.

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Hi, I'm David.

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Hi, I'm Rebecca!

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Hey, Rebecca! Hanging nicely.

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To start things off today, I've come up with a rat-tastic new game

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from the Middle Ages, called Leech Yeech.

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Leech Yeech?

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Yeah! Doctors used leeches to treat illnesses back then,

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so leeches were worth money, and poor people would collect them

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by standing in putrid ponds until they were bitten.

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And how exactly are you going to make THAT into a game?

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With three buckets of stinky pond water, with plenty of leeches!

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Contestants run around the buckets and collect as many leeches...

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No, this is not going to happen, not on my watch.

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-The contestants will get bitten! They'll lose blood!

-Come on!

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They'll be fine! Just a quick game.

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No! Could someone help me get these out of here? I'm not happy.

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Don't go. I spilt pond water and if you're not careful,

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you're going to... you're going to...

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-You're going to fall over.

-Argh!

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Brilliant(!) Now I've got fleas AND leeches.

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On the bright side, you've just won the game!

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A-ha-ha(!) A-ha-ha(!) Ow!

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Sorry I need a bath and a change of shirt.

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Can someone help with the rest of these leeches?

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Right, Erin, David, Rebecca, you're playing to win Year Spheres.

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Each one contains a historical date, and at the end of the show

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your Year Sphere dates will be added up,

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with AD dates being ADded to your total.

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Do you see where we're going with this?

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And BC dates suBtraCted from it.

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So if these were your Year Spheres your total would be, Rattus?

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Erm, it's not three, is it?

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No it isn't. It's 735.

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Exactly. So like I said, it's not three.

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At the end of the show the person with the highest year score

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will win a truly unique historical prize.

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It's something I've picked out myself. You're going to love it.

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That would be a first(!)

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And we're off! So to find out

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what this round's about, it's over to the Gory Grid.

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Arrr! The Putrid Pirates it be!

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So four questions coming up on Putrid Pirates. The person who gets

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the most right wins the first Year Sphere.

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Your four pirate topics are, punishments, pirate talk,

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Sadie the Goat and pirate names.

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Erin, it's your turn to pick first.

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Er, the goat.

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Sadie the Goat.

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You're extremely lucky.

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It's a prop question!

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Yes, it is, it's a prop question, and here comes...

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-Oh, my word!

-RATTUS CHUCKLES

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Oh! That is a bitten-off ear. Here's the question.

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A famous pirate from the 1800s called Sadie the Goat,

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so she was a pirate, had her ear bitten off in a fight,

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but what did she do with the chewed-off ear? Did she,

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A, wear it on a chain around her neck?

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B, eat it with some tomato sauce?

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Or C, mount it on the wall in the crew's quarters

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to make them think she could hear anyone plotting against her?

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Let's see those answers now please. Everybody's gone for C.

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I can tell you that the answer is actually...

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A! She wore it on a chain around her neck.

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Right, David it's your turn to choose a topic next.

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Punishments.

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What did pirate Ned Low do to the captain of a captured whaling ship?

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A, cut off his ears?

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B, maroon him on an island?

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Or C, make him walk the plank?

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Let's see your answers now, please.

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Oh, interesting! Erin and Rebecca going for B, David going for A.

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Let's hear the actual answer.

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The answer is A.

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Ned Low cut off his ears and made him eat them,

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sprinkled with salt. Huh! Original.

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Wish I'd thought of it, actually.

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Well done, David. You're the first off the mark.

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You have a point, and Rebecca, it's your turn to choose a topic.

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-I'll do pirate talk.

-Will you? Very interesting.

-Yes.

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Lovely, well considered, lovely choice. Let's hear that question.

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What does the pirate expression "heave to" mean?

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A, stop the ship?

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B, be sick over the side?

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Or C, fire the cannons?

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So what does the pirate expression "heave to" mean?

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Let's see those answers now, please.

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Oh, a complete spread of answers there, the full range.

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See what the actual answer is.

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The answer is, A, "heave to" means stand still.

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So it means "stop the ship".

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Can't believe you didn't know that you scurvy landlubber!

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Ah, which means "person who'd be happier on land",

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and has a nasty disease.

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Thanks for clearing that up, very helpful.

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That means, with only one question left and David on two points,

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you have won the Year Sphere! Congratulations, David.

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He's won the Year Sphere?

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I've added it up - he's won the Year Sphere!

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Thanks, Rattus, up to date as always(!)

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So, David, you have won the quiz, time to choose your Year Sphere.

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Let's hope it's not one with a Stone Age date inside,

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because that can be worth a few million minus points.

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Push, push, push, push, push, push, push, push, push, push!

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David, come and choose a Year Sphere.

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-Any one you like.

-I'll have this one.

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That one? Lovely choice. Hm...

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Push, push, push...

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Winning the quiz means that David is automatically through to play

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the Pirate 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 messy game,

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so it's off down the Time Sewer with the lot of you. Go on, Rebecca,

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-lead the way. It's not as bad once you get in there.

-Oh, it stinks!

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-In you go, David.

-Oh, no, urgh!

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-Away you go, Erin.

-Do I have to?

-Yeah, sorry, bye.

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COUGHING AND SPLUTTERING

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This game is all about chests and keys.

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And where are the keys? Well, that would be telling

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but there are some clues to help you find them.

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The first person to retrieve the treasure map from inside

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their colour-coded chest will win the Year Sphere.

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But be warned - all is not as straightforward as it seems.

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It's time to play:

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KLAXON BLARES

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Oh, a bit of a cautious start from everyone there, Rattus, wasn't it?

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I think they're not quite sure of what it is

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they're attempting to do.

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Well, what they have to do

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is read the instructions on the chest.

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Without that, they are going to be hopelessly lost,

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and it looks to me as if David has done just that

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because he's headed to his

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correctly colour-coded tub

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and he's going back with the first key.

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Erin has the wrong key.

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The only way she could have the wrong key

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is by not following the instructions.

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They're very slippery, these keys. But that's not stopped David.

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He's through the first chest.

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Now, will he read the instructions on the second chest? There he is!

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Time to get yourself all mucky, Swabbie's Bucket, so yucky.

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He's gone to Swabbie's Bucket, and he's got the key! It's very simple

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-when it's done correctly.

-Absolutely.

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It's very clear. It's written down on the side

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-of the trunks there.

-You have to say,

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Erin's making it look particularly difficult.

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But David is onto his third chest.

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Rebecca's realised she has to take the little chest out of the big one.

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Good. But David... David's run into trouble. He can't find his clue.

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Can't find the instructions, but he's found them.

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Want to get the swag?

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Go look in the hanging bag!

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Well, he's doing just that,

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and he's having a good rummage round.

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He's just got to open this

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to win it.

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Too late for Rebecca and her new best friend, the parrot, I fear.

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He's opened it!

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Sound the hooter. It's all over,

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for David has the Scroll of Superbness

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in his mucky, mucky hands.

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Welcome back, everyone.

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David, collect your Year Sphere.

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I'll have this one.

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Why not? It looks a good one. Moving on,

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over to the Gory Grid to find out who's up next.

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It's the Vile Victorians.

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Good day!

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So, four questions again, and here are your four Victorian topics:

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David, your turn to pick first.

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Famous Victorians, please.

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Robert Peel was famous for what?

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A, bringing the first oranges into the country?

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B, founding the first police force?

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Or C, being the first person to swim the English Channel?

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Let's see those answers now, please.

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Everybody is going for B.

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Well, let's find out if everybody's right.

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The answer is, B.

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Robert Peel founded the first police force in 1829,

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which is why they were nicknamed "the Peelers".

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You learn a new thing every day.

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Yes, like never work with animals(!)

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Thank you.

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So an excellent start from all of you, a point apiece. Erin,

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it's your turn to choose a topic.

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Gadgets.

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And THAT is a prop question.

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-Now then.

-Wooh!

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Now then. What was this invention for?

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Was it A, an early TV aerial?

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Was it B, a carpet beater?

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Or was it C, a fly scarer?

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Let's see your answers now, please. And so

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David and Rebecca going for B, Erin going for A. I can tell you

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that the actual answer is, C!

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It was a fly-scarer. Would you believe that?

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Rebecca, your turn to choose a topic.

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-I'll do slang, man.

-Slang.

-Slang.

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I like it. I like it. Don't know what I'm doing with my hands.

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Slang, let's hear the question.

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Poor children in Victorian London sold "pure".

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But what was pure?

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Was it A, dog poo?

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B, rotten fruit?

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Or C, horse sick?

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Let's see those answers now, please. Interesting,

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Erin and David going for A, Rebecca going for C. Rattus,

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put us out of our misery.

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The answer is A, dog poo. They sold it to tanners to make leather.

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Let's just award the points there, one for Erin, one for David.

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The final question

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and this is about the Crimean War. Let's hear the question.

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Florence Nightingale was a famous nurse during the Crimean War,

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but what was her nickname?

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The lady of the what?

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Was it A, the thermometer?

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B, the lamp?

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Or C, the tramp?

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Let's see your answers now, please. Everybody has gone for

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B. Let's see if you're all right.

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The answer is B.

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She was known as the Lady of the Lamp,

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for her habit of making hospital rounds at night.

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So what we have here is a tie-break situation between Erin and David.

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If you could be ready, poised above those buzzers,

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as what we have here is a buzzer question.

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Beginning with D, what's the surname of the famous Victorian writer

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who wrote Oliver Twist and a Christmas Carol?

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Charles...? David?

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-Dickens.

-Dickens is correct. You've just won another Year Sphere.

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Superb work.

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OK, David, as the quiz winner

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you're also through to play the Victorian game,

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but will it be just you,

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or will the others 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, David, back down that Time Sewer with you.

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-In you go, fella.

-Argh!

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Victorians came up with some of the silliest names on the planet.

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Names like the Princess Cheese and names like Abraham Pooh...

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-CHORTLES

-..both real Victorian names.

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So seven Victorian names, but two are totally made up. Choose five

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and move them to the real board,

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then touch the Princess Cheese,

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and be thankful it's not an Abraham Pooh.

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To see how many you've got right, keep trying new combinations

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until you have all five. Be quick - you're against the clock.

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It's time to play:

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KLAXON BLARES

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So David begins the Victorian Name Game.

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What'll he go for first? He's having a good look, isn't he?

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I always think this is one of our cleanest games,

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but one of our trickiest games.

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It's so very easy to wrong-foot yourself. If you doubt

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the validity of your choice at the start of this game,

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then it's all over for you, really, Dave.

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It is. He seems to be doing well.

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He's gone for Nutty Haddock and Batty Treasure.

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There goes Squirrel Nutkin. So he's made his first three selections.

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I like the way this lad's taking his time, Felicity Made-up goes on.

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Having a little spurt.

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He's really sprinting. Farty Gladwish. Touched Princess Cheese.

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-'Three right!'

-He's got three right.

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And the tactics come on.

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He's got James Bottom Bottom Bottom.

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Three guesses where James Bottom Bottom Bottom came in the class!

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Donald Duck's gone up,

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Farty Gladwish has come off. James Bottom Bottom Bottom in his hand,

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back on the real board, Felicity Made-up leaves.

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'Four right!'

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Four right, so he found one of those he just put on there was correct.

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-Donald Duck now leaving.

-'Three right!'

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I would instinctively say that Donald Duck was right wrong.

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Well, he, he was actually three right at that point

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so he's taken Felicity Made-up back off, put Donald Duck back on.

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-'30 seconds remaining.'

-BELL CHIMES

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-'Four right!'

-Four!

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He has time, but he'll have to pick one up rather than leaving them

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all on the table. Batty Treasure goes on. What will he replace?

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What's it going to replace? Squirrel Nutkin comes off.

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-'Five right.'

-That has done it!

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-Five, he's got five!

-What a great dance!

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Congratulations, David.

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Pick yourself a Year Sphere, you know the drill.

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-I'll have this, thank you.

-So you're quite right, Felicity Made-up

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was indeed made up,

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and Squirrel Nutkin is just the Beatrice Potter character,

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but the others, remarkably, were all genuine Victorian names.

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To name their son Donald Duck,

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his parents must have been absolutely...

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Tell me you're not about to say "quackers".

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-Just thought better of it.

-Good.

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Over to the Gory Grid to find out who's up next.

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It's the Awful Egyptians.

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And here are your four Egyptian topics:

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Miaow!

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-So, Rebecca, what's it to be?

-Cleopatra.

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Lovely choice, let's hear the question.

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True or false, Egyptian Pharaoh Cleopatra could not speak Egyptian?

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Is that true or is that false? Let's see those answers now, please.

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Everybody has gone for true. Let's find out if you're right.

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It's true. She and all her family were Greek. That's right, Greek,

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descended from Alexander the Great's favourite general. Go figure.

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Well, I did not know that. Did you know that, Rattus?

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I did not know that either!

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I did not know that either, but I've said that already.

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-Erin, it's your turn to choose a topic.

-Fashion.

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Fashion.

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-That is a question from the lovely Rattus Rattus.

-Thank you.

-Pleasure.

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True or false - posh Egyptian women regularly shaved their heads?

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Let's see those answers now, please.

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That's two trues from the girls, and a false from David.

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Rattus, what's the answer?

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It's...true!

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There were so many lice in Ancient Egypt, it was more pleasant

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to shave your head and wear a wig whenever you wanted.

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I'd do the same myself, but I'd look silly in a wig.

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To be fair, you look pretty silly without one.

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David, your turn to choose a topic.

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I choose pyramids.

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True or false,

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our pyramids were built by slaves?

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Let's see those answers now, please.

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Everybody's gone for true. It's a clean sweep, are they all right?

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It's false, the pyramid workers were free men,

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farmers who had no farming to do while the Nile flooded.

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I'd inspect the work personally to make sure no-one was slacking.

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No-one except me that is - I'm a Pharaoh.

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HE SNIFFS

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So no points there, but one question left in this round

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and it means you're all still very much in the round.

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The final question in this round, is a prop question. How exciting.

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Look out, that is a mummified cat.

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-Woah.

-When explorers discovered the Temple of Bastet,

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the Egyptian goddess of cats, they found it was filled

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with thousands of mummified cats. Is that true or false, I wonder?

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Let's see your answers now, please.

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You've all gone for true.

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I can tell you that the answer is...

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true!

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So well done.

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Yes, the mummified cats had been left as offerings to the goddess.

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A moment's silence please, for the passing of thousands of cats.

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Woo hoo, ha-ha-ha ha-ha-ha-ha ha-ha-ha!

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Sorry, did I ruin the moment's silence? I don't like cats!

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That means we're in a tie-break situation.

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This is buzzer round between Erin and Rebecca.

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Let's have your fingers on the buzzers.

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Beginning with the letter T,

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name the famous teenage pharaoh whose tomb... That's Rebecca.

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Tutankhamun.

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Tutankhamun is correct!

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You have won yourself your first Year Sphere. So, Rebecca,

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dance your way round to collect your Year Sphere. Lovely.

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Dance followed by a skip, superb.

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What a precious sphere you've chosen.

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You are through to play the Egyptian Game

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but will you be playing alone or will everybody get to play with you?

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Let's find out.

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It's a single player scary game. So, Rebecca,

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dance your way into the Time Sewer for us. Lovely. What a shimmy.

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Wooh, argh!

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The dancing queen has left the building.

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In ancient Egypt, it wasn't just important how you looked in life,

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it was important how you looked in the afterlife.

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Whoever mummified this pharaoh forgot to remove some organs,

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and you've got to fix things fast.

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Your challenge is to remove the stomach, liver, intestines and lungs

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-and put them into the correct canopic jars.

-Argh!

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The brain's to be yanked out of the nose and binned,

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but the heart must be left inside the body.

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It's time to play:

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KLAXON SOUNDS

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So, Rebecca begins her go

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at Mummify Me.

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Goggles on. Very important, that, Rattus isn't it?

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Very important to wear the goggles.

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You never know what's going to burst out of that mummy.

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No, you don't, but she's gone in at the top of the torso,

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and that's a lung. That is a pair of lungs.

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That is a pair of lungs. That'll leave him breathless!

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You're absolutely right there, Rattus.

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And she pops that into

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the correct canopic jar. She's going back in.

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-Say that again for me.

-Canopic.

-Oh, I like that!

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It's a lovely word isn't it? Canopic,

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begins and ends in a C.

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But that, could that be the heart?

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She doesn't want the heart. No, it's OK,

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that's OK, that's the liver.

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She's having a look to see which canopic jar

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that needs to go into.

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This is well played, Rattus -

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calm under pressure.

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Very calm, very together.

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Yeah, lovely to watch.

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It's top quality surgery.

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And there's the stomach!

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There's the stomach, that's going to go into that jar, correctly does it.

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Intestines and brain required. Must leave the heart where it is.

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Look out! Here come the intestines, and there's an awful lot of them.

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-Oh, dear me, there we go.

-Apparently, the intestines

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go right from the beginning of you,

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-right way through to the end.

-Yes, and they curl round

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a few times by the look of it, as well.

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They're all being stuffed in there slowly.

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That is absolutely revolting.

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Now, what's she going to go for? She's now going in for the brain.

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CRUNCH! SPLURSH!

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Oh, dear me. Oh, that's got to smart.

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Let's hope he's definitely dead, because that would really hurt.

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The bandages are coming off! We don't want to see that! Here comes

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the brain - out the nose in the approved fashion.

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-She's got the lot, in the bin.

-Brain's in the bin.

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That's where it's to go.

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The brain needs to go into the bin.

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She's checking all her pots, she's done it, the thumb's up.

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-Thumbs up.

-Now, will we see the trademark Rebecca dance?

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-Uh-huh!

-Yes, of course!

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There's the dance, Dave!

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She's not going to disappoint. It's that robotic, twisty thing!

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Well done, Rebecca. Collect your Year Sphere.

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Time for the final round. It's over to the Gory Grid

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

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It's the Terrible Tudors.

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So, no quirky quiz in our final round -

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it's straight to our big all-play Tudor endgame,

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and it's a very silly one. So,

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-get down that Time Sewer.

-Let's go!

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-There you go.

-Argh!

-Ohh!

-Wah!

-They're in.

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Now, I think it's fair to say that, in later life,

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Henry VIII did get a little bit chubby.

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Oi! It's not my fault! I've got a gammy leg.

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No, of course, Your Majesty.

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Although constant pie eating probably didn't help.

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I heard that!

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You have to collect pies and fling them into Henry's mouth.

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Sounds easy, right?

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Which is why we've attached you to these bungee cords. Sorry!

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Whoever gets the most pies in their Henry's mouth in the time limit,

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wins the Year Sphere.

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It's time to play:

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-It's play time!

-KLAXON BLARES

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And we are go with Who Ate All The Pies? Wow! Erin has scored

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with her very first throw! That was extraordinary - what a start!

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What a start that was.

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No joy for Rebecca or David as yet, but look at them -

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they're absolutely haring along. It's the fastest

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we've ever seen Who Ate All The Pies played.

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David missed by a whisker. Erin struggling against the bungee.

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Look at that over-arm fling.

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David looks incredibly determined, doesn't he?

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And it's paid off! He's up and running. Lovely, lovely stuff.

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Ah, David seems to be having some issues

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with his cord there, it yanks him back.

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Look at Erin - went back like an express train!

0:23:340:23:37

She's back and game for another.

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And she scores!

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Look at her go! Absolutely being pinged back!

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Is her cord tighter than the others?

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It might be,

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but I don't think so cos that would be unfair

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-on the contestants.

-Everything is above board and fair.

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-That much we do know.

-You know what?

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She does come back very quickly though, Rattus.

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Oh, that's Rebecca's first pie! Congratulations.

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And Erin responds with her third.

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They've got to get the pies into Henry's mouth

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to score points, and some are beginning to land.

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Over-arm technique. That's new, a lovely over-arm technique,

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There's your classic Frisbee. Lovely.

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There's the netball over-arm pitch and there's the hoik.

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What a lovely exponent of the hoik David is.

0:24:170:24:19

Erin's down again! She really is down more than she's up.

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'30 seconds remaining!'

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Very little time left now.

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David gets his second, he's still in it!

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Look at that! Rebecca's beginning to tire, Rattus.

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There's the over-arm we've come to know and love,

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bouncing off Henry's head. Rebecca, though,

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is she still in this? I don't know. For me

0:24:390:24:41

I think Erin is nosing in front. Another one!

0:24:410:24:43

She's scored another one! She's doing incredibly well.

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For me, Dave, there's just one thing missing from this game - gravy.

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-Oh, she's down again.

-'Time's up!'

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-KLAXON BLARES

-I think it's all over,

0:24:530:24:56

judging by the way that everyone seems to have collapsed.

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Erin has won with four pies. Well done, Erin.

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Welcome back, Gory Gamers. What a tremendous game that was.

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Congratulations, Erin. Pick a year sphere, please.

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Excellent. Time to count up those Year Spheres

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and remember, AD years are added to your total, BC years are subtracted.

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Erin, we're going to start with you.

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Could you reveal for me now, please, what is in your year sphere?

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1542 AD! Mary Queen of Scots became Scottish Queen,

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so that gives you 1542, positive score.

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David, let's start with your Year Spheres. Let's see number one.

0:25:360:25:39

793 AD, Vikings attack Lindisfarne monastery.

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So you're off and running. Let's see two.

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Oh, my goodness me, 8,000 BC!

0:25:470:25:55

Woolly mammoths died out.

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Well, you're going to need to go some here.

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Let's see the third.

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1455 AD, the start of the War of the Roses.

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And let's have a look at the last one.

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-305 BC, Alexander the Great conquered Egypt.

-Oh!

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That gives you a total of minus 6,057.

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Bad luck, David. Rebecca, let's have a look at your first Year Sphere.

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1199 AD, the death of Richard the Lionheart.

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So, that means that the turn of this sphere will decide

0:26:300:26:34

who wins today. Let's have a look at it.

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Oh, my goodness me! It's 16,000 BC!

0:26:380:26:42

That is the age of the oldest

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caveman pots and bowls ever found,

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and I'm afraid, Rebecca,

0:26:460:26:48

that leaves you with a total of minus 14,801.

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But that's history, it's horrible.

0:26:530:26:55

Erin, you have come from nowhere to win, congratulations to you!

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You have won today's star prize.

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Yes, it's another piece of old junk plucked out of the Time Sewers

0:27:030:27:07

by my mangy mate here. Come on then, Rattus, what is it this time?

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Well, Dave, today's prize is a piece of British naval history.

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They belonged to a genuine Georgian hero,

0:27:150:27:19

it's a pair of Lord Nelson's shoes!

0:27:190:27:22

That actually sounds really good!

0:27:220:27:24

Unfortunately, he suffered from terrible seasickness

0:27:240:27:26

so I'm afraid they're covered in sick!

0:27:260:27:29

Brilliant! I take it all back.

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I'm so sorry, Erin, perhaps if you wipe them off

0:27:320:27:35

you might be able to wear them.

0:27:350:27:37

It just remains for me to say thanks to our champion, Erin,

0:27:370:27:40

and thanks also to our gallant runners-up, David and Rebecca,

0:27:400:27:44

and no thanks whatsoever to Rattus.

0:27:440:27:47

Glad to be of service.

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You've been watching Gory Games, goodbye.

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# Was that show messy enough for you?

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# Or would you have preferred

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# A little more poo?

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# Have you had your fill

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# Of blood, guts and gore?

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# Or have we left you

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# Still wanting more?

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# Well, keep watching

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# We'll be back again

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# With Horrible History's Gory Games

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# Horrible History's Gory...

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# Games! #

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Dave is going to have to change his shirt again thanks to a brilliant new warm up game that Rattus has provided. It involves putrid pond water and leeches!

There are the usual brainy and messy games, as well as a really excellent game feeding Henry VIII pies, and lots of them. He loves a pie!


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