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Quirky quizzes and gory games. Rattus has borrowed Dave's watch without his permission. Also, there is a coin to release from Barmy Brunel's throat.


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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 me, Rattus Rattus, fresh from my annual bath.

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Wow, well, perhaps I should take this rare opportunity

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to give you a bit of a stroke seeing as you're clean.

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Aah, he's lovely, he's lovely.

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You don't know what I'm doing behind your back.

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And you don't know what rats bathe in.

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Urgh, ha-ha. Ah, ah.

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Oh!

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That is disgusting,

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which I'm afraid is about all you can expect on this show,

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which tests your knowledge of Horrible Histories

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by playing the goriest games we could think of.

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But before we can start, we need some Horrible Historians.

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-Hi, I'm Hannah.

-Hi, I'm Noah.

-Hi, I'm Daisy.

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-Welcome, one and all.

-Dave.

-What?

-Dave.

-What?

-Dave.

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Let's get things underway with a little Georgian warm-up game

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that I call Techno Trash.

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Oh, why do I feel nervous?

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Back in the Industrial Revolution,

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textile workers didn't like losing their jobs

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to the huge new weaving machines

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brought in to replace them, no!

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So they started smashing the machines up.

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We couldn't find any genuine Georgian technology for you to smash up

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in this game so we're having to use some modern technology instead,

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specifically, Dave's mobile phone, MP3 player and watch.

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-What?

-Grab your hammers and get smashing.

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No, no, no, stop.

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No, no, we are not doing this, not on my watch

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and definitely not on my watch, OK?

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Uh, hold on, these are all wet.

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You'd locked them in your dressing room,

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so I had to get in and out through the toilet.

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Well, water and electrical goods do not mix, this MP3 player is ruined.

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Frankly, Dave, with the music that was on it

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I've done you a favour, mate.

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Right, words, Rattus. You and I are going to have words.

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Dave! Dave! Stop, think about it -

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are you really going to hit a rat with a mallet on network television?

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No, of course I'm not.

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THEY LAUGH

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Right, Hannah, Noah and Daisy, you are playing to win Year Spheres.

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Each Year Sphere contains a historical date and,

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at the end of the show, your Year Sphere dates will be added up

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with AD dates being added to your total

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and BC dates being subtracted from it.

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So if these were your year spheres your total would be, Rattus?

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-Can I use a calculator?

-If you must.

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Can someone show me how to use it?

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It's 735.

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Oh, do you know, that brain of yours works well for its age, doesn't it?

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All right, that's enough.

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The person with the highest year score

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at the end of the show will take home a unique historical prize.

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-Ooh, that's right - one I picked out with my own fair paws.

-Enough said.

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Right, let's get cracking

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and to find out what this round's about it's over to the Gory Grid.

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It's the Vile Victorians. Good day.

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Four questions on the Victorians coming up.

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The person who gets the most right wins a Year Sphere

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and your four Victorian topics are...

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Hannah, it's your turn to pick, what's it going to be?

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-Sport.

-Sport.

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In 1875 Matthew Webb became the first man to what?

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Was it: A) To score a hat trick in the cup final

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B) To run a mile under four minutes

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or C) Swim the English Channel?

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Let's see those answers now please.

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Everyone is agreed on C, are they all wrong or are they all right?

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The answer is C, he swam the English Channel.

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In 1883 he attempted to swim the rapids above Niagara Falls.

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Didn't go very well. He snuffed it.

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So you're all off to a great start, that's a point apiece.

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-Noah, your turn to pick a topic, what's it going to be?

-Gadgets.

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-Gadgets, that is a prop question.

-Prop question, prop question, mm, mm.

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And here is the prop.

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OK, this is a genuine Victorian contraption but what was it for?

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Is it: A) Stretching top hats

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is it: B) Cleaning canon barrels

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or is it: C) An automatic hair cutting device?

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OK, the girls agreeing on B,

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Noah out on his own with A.

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The answer is A,

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it's a device for stretching top hats.

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Daisy, it is your turn to pick a topic.

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-Queen Victoria.

-Queen Victoria.

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Let's see how clever you really are.

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What did Queen Victoria love?

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A) Insects

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B) Eating turtle soup

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or C) Opera music.

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Oh, it's complete agreement, everybody thinks it's C,

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are they all right or are they all wrong?

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Righty-ho, the answer is C, she loved opera music.

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Well, they were, of course, all right

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and she hated insects and turtle soup.

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Excellent, so the scores, therefore, are Noah with three,

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Hannah and Daisy with two.

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There's one question left and it is on schools.

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If you were caught talking in class at a Victorian school

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you were punished with the log

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but what did that punishment involve?

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Was it: A) A heavy log being strapped to your shoulders

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B) Being beaten with a log

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or C) Having to roll a heavy log up a hill?

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Split of opinion, Hannah and Noah going for B,

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Daisy on her own with A.

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The answer is A, a heavy log was strapped to your shoulders.

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That stopped the talking all right.

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Well, that means, at the end of that round,

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we have ourselves a tiebreak situation.

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Hannah, for now, don't buzz in, in this round

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but Noah and Daisy, fingers on your buzzers

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for the tiebreak question.

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Here we go.

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Beginning with the letter R, which sport began as football

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but adopted new rules, an odd-shaped ball and a new name in 1871?

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-Noah.

-Rugby.

-Rugby is the correct answer.

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Well done, Noah, you've just won the quiz,

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it's time to choose your Year Sphere from our Trolley Wally.

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Push! Shove! Ugh!

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Come on, Noah, come and choose your Year Sphere, lighten me load.

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But be warned, one of those year spheres has a Stone Age date inside

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that could be worth a few million minus points.

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Back to your podium. Thanks very much.

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Fwor, push, p...

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Oh no, it's lighter. Whee!

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Winning the quiz means that Noah is automatically through

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to play the Victorian 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 a Single Player Brainy Game.

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So, Noah, get your thinking cap on and get down that Time Sewer.

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In a seated position, strange.

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Everyone loves magic, right?

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Well, I bet Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel

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went off it a bit when a trick he was doing went wrong

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and he ended up with a large coin lodged in his windpipe.

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He eventually managed to dislodge it using a clever device.

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It's time to play Barmy Brunel.

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Your challenge is to work out which cog goes where.

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Once they're in the right place you can turn the wheel

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and flip Brunel upside down to dislodge the coin

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and win your Year Sphere.

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But be quick, you're against the clock which is starting to tick now.

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KLAXON

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So here goes Noah then on Barmy Brunel.

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That tiny little cog's not going anywhere is it, Rattus?

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Tiny little cogs seldom do, Dave.

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That's a better cog,

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it's quite small but it certainly fits in there, which is good.

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Dave, I have to say, this series of poorly fitting cogs,

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surely this is what the inside of your brain looks like?

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Who said that?

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He seems to be approaching this very methodically, doesn't he, Rattus?

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He certainly is, he's taking a great deal of care and consideration

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over each of those heavy, heavy brass cogs.

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He knows that the cogs need to be able to touch each other

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and, for me, that's going to make this quite easy for him,

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because once you've worked that out

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it really does become just a case of trial and error

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as you said earlier, and that's exactly what Noah is doing.

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It's a terrific display this, it's very impressive.

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Dave, my fear here is that one day the machines will turn against us.

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Was that just a film I saw?

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Either way I think you're right,

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it would be horrific to have the machines turn against us

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but this machine might be turning itself here.

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One more to get in, he just needs to wiggle it. It's there.

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There he goes, turning it, there goes Brunel

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and I think that coin'll be nestling in the roof of his mouth now.

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he's had to put his fingers in but he's claimed it, he's claimed it.

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Noah has saved Brunel's life and he looks pleased with himself.

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Congratulations, Noah, help yourself.

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Ha-ha-ha! Straight in there.

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Well done, Noah, very good work. Your second Year Sphere is in place.

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Lovely. On to round two and to find out what's up next

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it's over to the Gory Grid.

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It's the Awful Egyptians.

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Four questions as always then on the Awful Egyptians,

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Noah, it is your turn to pick first.

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-Fashion.

-Fashion.

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Who wore the most make-up in Egypt?

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A) Men

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B) Women

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or C) They both wore the same amount.

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Let's see those answers.

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Noah and Hannah have gone for A,

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Daisy all on her own with C. What's the answer?

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The answer is C, men and women both wore the same amount.

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Do you like my eye shadow? It's macho, isn't it?

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Not the word I'd use.

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-Daisy, your turn to pick a topic.

-Er... Pyramids.

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Pyramids, that is a question from Rattus Rattus.

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According to archaeologists,

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how many workers were needed to build the Great Pyramid of Giza?

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Was it: A) 500

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B) 70,000

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or C) 2 million?

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Oh, look at that,

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everybody has gone for C.

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Ooh, the answer is B) 70,000.

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The Great Pyramid is made up of 2.3 million massive stones

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but, apparently, it only took five years to build.

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Five years indeed, Rattus. Hannah, it's your turn to pick a topic.

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-Egyptian gods.

-Egyptian gods.

-Here's what I want to know.

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Oh-ho-ho, complete agreement.

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Let's see if you're right.

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Well, I can tell you the answer is A) a falcon.

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Yes, you're absolutely right.

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The scores at the end of that question are two points to Daisy,

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one point each to Noah and Hannah.

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There's one question left in this round

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so you're all still very much in it and your topic is pharaohs.

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We pharaohs ruled Egypt for thousands of years

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but what did the word pharaoh mean?

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Was it: A) Great face

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B) Great chariot

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or C) Great house?

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Hannah and Noah going for B,

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Daisy out on her own again on A.

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The answer is C, pharaoh means great house.

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The pharaoh's mortal body was thought to be a house

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for his divine soul.

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So no points scored there which means,

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at the end of that round, Daisy, you've won your first Year Sphere.

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So, Daisy, you're obviously through to play the Egyptian Game

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but will it be an All Play or a Single Play affair?

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Let's find out.

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It's an All Play Brainy Game which means that

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all of you are heading off down the Time Sewer.

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To make sure no-one forgot them after their deaths

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pharaohs were buried in huge stone tombs.

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It's time to play Pyramid Puzzle.

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Your challenge, to build a pyramid.

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Work out which block goes where

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and finish it first to win the Year Sphere.

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To help, we've already put a block in place.

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The Egyptians took about five years to build their pyramids,

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but if you're quicker, the programme on after us would be grateful.

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Ready, steady, get building.

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KLAXON

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So here we go then with the Pyramid Game once again,

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it's a lovely start from Hannah, that looks like a sizeable piece

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and it should fit on the base there.

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Certainly a confident start from her.

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-Daisy too making a very confident start.

-Yeah.

-Good to see.

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Noah seems to be having a rifle through all his pieces,

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just having a look at exactly what he's got

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which is methodical and very clever, I think.

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Ever built yourself a pyramid, Rattus?

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No but I built a small Eiffel Tower out of sugar cubes once.

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That's about the same thing.

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Noah has now had a look at every piece of his puzzle, I think.

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Meanwhile, Hannah has completed the ground floor of hers already,

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-what an excellent start that is, Rattus.

-Excellent start.

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Once you have the ground floor in that's pretty much the start of it

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and things'll move on swiftly from that I would imagine.

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You'd have to hope so.

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Ooh and Daisy nearly came a bit of a cropper there.

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That big unwieldy piece almost overbalanced her completely.

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Now, I don't want to worry you, Rattus,

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but I've got a feeling that Noah is

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building it on the flat,

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several feet from where it's supposed to go

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so that basically means he can't possibly win,

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because to win the game you have to build the pyramid using all levels

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including that base one.

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Still, he doesn't know that so we can enjoy his efforts nonetheless.

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Daisy meanwhile has completed her ground level

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and is starting on the next floor.

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Very impressive. But not as impressive as Hannah, look at this.

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Very nice, very nice construction technique.

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It's important to remember, Rattus,

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that these pyramids aren't one-to-one scale, are they?

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They're not one-to-one scale, no,

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because that would mean that Egypt was the size of Birmingham.

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Which it isn't.

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Everyone in Birmingham's shouting "Don't be ridiculous."

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There's plucky Noah carrying on,

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pyramid in the wrong place of course.

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Daisy looking quite good over there in the yellow,

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-isn't she, Rattus?

-She's ploughing along there, Daisy.

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She's doing more than ploughing along,

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she's only got three pieces left,

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she's going to win this I think. There goes one of them.

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There goes another.

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She's completed it all but the tip,

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just the final piece going on now.

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-It's pyramid time.

-Yay!

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It's pyramid time as she dances next to the pyramid

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that she has constructed, look.

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Well done, everybody. Out you come, out of that Time Sewer.

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Oh, it's a tricky one to get out of.

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Daisy, help yourself to a year sphere. Well played.

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Noah, we give you the first bit, that's your base.

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-I didn't realise that that was the first bit.

-I'm sorry about that.

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How was it for you, Daisy?

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I kind of imagined the whole pyramid in my head and it sort of came to me.

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It was very impressive, very well done.

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The Great Pyramid of Giza was finished around 2560 BC roughly

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and was the tallest man-made structure in the world until 1311,

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when Lincoln Cathedral was finished.

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Moving on. It's over to the Gory Grid to find out what's up next.

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Aar, the Putrid Pirates it be.

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Ah-ha-har, four questions again then

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and here are your all-important piratey topics.

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Daisy, it's your turn to lead off, what do you fancy?

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Um, superstitions.

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Superstitions.

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True or false? Us pirates were very superstitious.

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To bring good luck before a voyage, we'd throw a black cat overboard.

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Let's see your answers now please.

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The girls agreeing on false, Noah on his own with true.

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What's the answer?

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It's false, if you throw a black cat overboard

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a storm will follow and the ship will be cursed.

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But the rats on board will throw a huge party.

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Yes, understandably. Hannah, your turn to pick a topic.

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Prisoners.

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Prisoners, that is a question from Rattus Rattus.

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Pirate prisoners, held below decks,

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could be offered food made out of grubs, beetles or cockroaches.

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Is this true or false?

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You've all gone for true.

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Rattus, are they all right or all wrong?

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Well, of course they're all right, it's true!

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Hah, they were fed grubs, beetles and cockroaches.

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Lucky them, that's what you serve in a rat five-star restaurant.

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Ha-ha-ha! Delish.

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OK, Noah, your turn to choose a topic, what'll it be?

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-Tricks.

-Tricks.

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True or false?

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In 1720, pirate Anne Bonny and her crew

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fooled a ship into coming up close so they could attack it

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by all pretending to be dead.

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Rattus is giving you an example of how that might have looked.

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-Lovely reconstruction, Rattus.

-Thank you.

-Well done.

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Let's see your answers now, please.

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OK, well, Noah and Daisy have gone for true,

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Hannah on her own with false.

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It's true. Yeah, they covered themselves in fake blood

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and waited for the sailors to climb aboard and then suddenly

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they stood up and attacked 'em.

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One question left in this round then.

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A look at the scores shows me that Daisy's in the lead with three,

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Noah and Hannah both on two, still all to play for.

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The final question in this round is on Ned Lowe and here it is.

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Be this true or be it false?

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OK, the girls agreeing on true, Noah on his own with false.

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What's the answer?

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It's true.

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True? That is sick and not in a good way.

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No, I happen to agree with you for once,

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so, at the end of that round, Daisy, with maximum points,

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has won herself another Year Sphere.

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So Daisy, as quiz winner, you're through to play the Pirate Game

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but will it be just you or will the others play too?

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It's All Play Messy Game,

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so off down the Time Sewer with the lot of you.

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It's time to play Pirate Treasure.

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This game is all about chests and keys and where are the keys?

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That would be telling, but there are some clues to help you find them.

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The first person to retrieve the treasure map

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from their colour coded chest will win the Year Sphere.

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But be warned, it may not be as easy as it seems.

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In three, two, one.

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KLAXON

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So here we go with Pirate Treasure.

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That's good, they're all reading the first clue.

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It's very important to read the clues because,

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by reading the clues, you find out where the keys are hidden.

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For example, why not try a pirate coat? The first green key's there.

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Look in some rotten fruit,

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the first brown key will be in some rotten fruit.

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Hang on a second though, yes, look at that, he's goi...

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-He's in the wrong bucket there.

-Oh, my God.

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That's green, Noah, you're wearing brown.

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Well, now, this is trouble

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-because Noah will not be able to unlock his box.

-Lovely(!)

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And Hannah will have a key missing when she comes to open one of hers

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so that means that Daisy is surely in a good position here?

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Noah, you can wrestle with that all you like, fella,

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it's not going to go in there.

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Hannah, well, she's doing well now but she's got trouble later on

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because a key is missing for her.

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Daisy, she may have a gunky hand but she's in good shape.

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There we go, Hannah off for her second key,

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that one she will find, that's OK, it's the rotten fruit one

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she's going to struggle with and she's found it, well played indeed.

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Which bird says, "Pieces of eight?" Daisy needs to find a parrot.

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Ah, there we are, she's got her second key from the parrot's beak.

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And there is the third chest, that's the third chest.

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Unfortunately, Noah has got the key, but he's put it back,

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she's just walked straight up to the barrel and taken it!

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She's stolen a real march on Daisy

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and if she can just get this open, Daisy's got the final chest out.

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-All Hannah needs to do is unlock it.

-She's there!

-And there it is!

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She holds the map aloft in her gunky fist

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and she has found the treasure.

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Well played, everybody. Hannah, go and get yourself a Year Sphere.

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Well done. Your first one, marvellous. Relief or joy?

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-Joy.

-Joy, excellent, good stuff.

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Noah, you actually had Hannah's key for quite a long time, didn't you?

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-Yeah...

-I tell you what, it was very good of you to put it back though.

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You should be thanking Noah, he did you a favour there.

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OK, time for the final round.

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Over to the Gory Grid one last time to find out what we've got.

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It's the Terrible Tudors.

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Well, no quirky quiz in our final round,

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it's straight to our big All Play Tudor End Game

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so everyone, get back down that Time Sewer.

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Now, you probably wouldn't describe King Henry VIII as skinny.

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Quite right, I prefer the term slim and athletic myself.

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Yes, well, that's your business. The truth be told, he liked the odd pie.

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-Divorced, beheaded and pied.

-HE CHUCKLES

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Hah!

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Right then, it's time to play Who Ate All The Pies?

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Your job is to collect pies and fling them into the King's mouth,

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a simple sounding task made a little trickier by the fact that

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we've attached you all to bungee ropes.

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The person who gets the most pies in their Henry's mouth

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in the time limit wins the Year Sphere.

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Three, two, one, it's pie time.

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KLAXON

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Who ate all the pies? They approach the Henries...

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Oh, Noah scores with his first pie

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and, oh dear, Daisy was over before she'd released the pie.

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-Ah.

-And that's his second one in a row, eh.

-Beautiful.

-Two in a row.

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Yes, he's doing extremely well, unlike the girls unfortunately,

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he has mastered this already,

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I think Noah is looking very, very good for this title.

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Daisy seems to be spending most of her time on the floor.

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There she goes again.

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The pie man working very hard again, nice to see,

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he really is a professional pie man, this man.

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Lovely clothes, terrific pies of course.

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Noah's got four now, extraordinary performance.

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There he goes again!

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Noah just keeps on filling his Henry's face.

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Look at the determination.

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Ooh, he's shouted something there at Henry,

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a bit of verbals from Noah!

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# He's big, he's round

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# He gets to wear a crown He's Henry, Henry... #

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Ahem! Sorry. And here comes Noah, he's charging back,

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he can't get back to that pie man quick enough

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and looking at the scoreboard there, it seems that Hannah has actually

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scored her first pie. When did that happen?

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Hopefully not while Rattus and I were chanting at Henry there,

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er, if that is the case I do apologise for that

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and apologies to Hannah there,

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but she has got off the mark, so that's good news.

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30 seconds remaining.

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That one went slightly wide there.

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Daisy hasn't actually scored yet,

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her Henry is going to be absolutely starving by the end of this.

0:24:130:24:16

It's all looking a little bit desperate from Hannah as well

0:24:180:24:21

on the end there. But it's all looking superb for Noah,

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look at that, Frisbee action, straight through, eight points.

0:24:240:24:28

She was unlucky there but look at Hannah, she's tired,

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she's tiring and that underarm technique

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with a slight round arm style,

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it's not really going to get anywhere.

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-Time's up.

-And it's all over.

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The contestants sink to the floor

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in absolute exhaustion

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and I can tell you that Noah has won it by a country mile.

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# Horrible Histories' Gory Games. #

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Welcome back, very well done.

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-You're out. Third place with, sadly, no pies was Daisy.

-Yeah.

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-How did you find it, Daisy?

-Tiring and exhausting.

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Tiring and exhausting. In second place with one pie was Hannah.

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-How did you find it, Hannah?

-Hard.

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Yes, and you seem a little out of breath still.

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First with eight pies is Noah.

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Help yourself to a Year Sphere, Noah.

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Lovely.

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Ooh, which one's giving off the best vibes?

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Lovely. There we go.

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So, time to count up those Year Spheres then and remember

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AD years are added and BC years are subtracted from your final total.

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Hannah, what's in that Year Sphere of yours?

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1588 AD, the Spanish Armada destroyed, that's excellent.

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Noah, that's what you've to beat, let's look at your first sphere.

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1851 AD, the Great Exhibition was held in London that year.

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1305 AD, the execution of William Wallace.

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You're in the lead now,

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the third one is crucial, let's have a look at it.

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Oh, it's 150,000 BC,

0:25:570:25:59

Neanderthals started making art round about then,

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but that's no consolation at all, is it?

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You've ended up with a massively low score of minus 146,844.

0:26:050:26:12

Oh, that's history though, it's sometimes horrible.

0:26:120:26:15

Daisy, let's look at your Sphere.

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405 BC, it's bad but it's not disastrous,

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it's also the year that the Spartans beat the Athenians

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in the Peloponnesian War.

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Let's look at your second Sphere.

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1805 AD, the Battle of Trafalgar.

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It all hinges on this sphere, let's have a look at it.

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It's 79 AD, the Coliseum opened in Rome.

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It's 1,479

0:26:400:26:44

that makes it incredibly close but not quite close enough.

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So today's winner with 1,588 points is Hannah

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who goes home with our star prize and if this is our star prize

0:26:520:26:56

I dread to think what our normal prizes would be like,

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cos it's something that Rattus fished out of the Time Sewers,

0:26:590:27:02

probably some Victorian toilet paper or something.

0:27:020:27:05

-No, it is NOT toilet paper.

-Oh, thank heavens for that.

0:27:050:27:08

-Because Vikings didn't have toilet paper.

-Oh.

0:27:080:27:11

No, it's some moss used by Vikings for toilet paper.

0:27:110:27:17

Are you telling me that this

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has actually been used to wipe a Viking's bottom?

0:27:180:27:21

-Give it a sniff.

-Oh, that's a yes, I'm afraid to say.

0:27:210:27:25

-Con-rat-ulations, Hannah.

-There you go, Hannah, well done.

0:27:250:27:30

You might want to handle it with gloves and not to smell it.

0:27:300:27:33

Well, it just remains for me to say thanks to our winner, Hannah,

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thanks to our gallant runners-up, Noah and Daisy

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and no thanks whatsoever to Rattus.

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Yeah, don't mention it.

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I won't. 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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# Horrible History's Gory Games. #

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Rattus has borrowed Dave's watch without his permission. Also, there is a coin to release from Barmy Brunel's throat, some keys to find in some pretty slimy pirate barrels and Henry VIII is demanding pies to be fed to him.