Episode 8 The Dog Ate My Homework


Episode 8

Iain Stirling hosts the school-based comedy panel show. He is joined by special guests Katie Thistleton, Stu Goldsmith, Ivo Graham and Suzi Ruffell.


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Oh, dog! Good work, mate.

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Loving it. Loving it.

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What about you, Smashie, how are you doing?

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Ha-ha!

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Oh, that's not right at all, is it?

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Aaaaarrrgh!

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BELL RINGS

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Oh, my days! Hello!

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I'm Iain Stirling. How you doing?

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Good. Glad to hear it.

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Someone in the audience actually answered.

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Incredible. Welcome to The Dog Ate My Homework,

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the show that gives funny answers to serious questions,

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serious answers to funny questions,

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and sometimes I seriously question what everyone's going on about.

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So let's take the register.

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On my right, a girl who tried to learn the hoola hoop,

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but ended up going round in circles, it's Poppy!

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-Here, sir.

-APPLAUSE

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And on Poppy's team, a presenter who loves reading and says

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there's nothing like a good book.

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Like this book, my autobiography,

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Iain Stirling: How It All Went Handsome.

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She says this is nothing like a good book.

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It's Katie Thistleton, everyone!

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-Here, sir!

-APPLAUSE

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Also on Poppy's team, a comedian who likes to use big, long words,

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what make him look all clever and that!

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-Hello.

-It's Ivo Graham.

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Here, sir.

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APPLAUSE

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And on my left,

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a boy whose teacher made him sit all his exams on a school camping trip,

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he described it as "in-tents"...

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GROANING AND LAUGHTER

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"In-tents"! Come on, it's Ben!

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Here, sir!

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And, on Ben's team, a street performer turned stand-up comedian,

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means he now craves people's attention indoors,

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it's Stu Goldsmith.

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Here, sir.

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And, finally, on Ben's team,

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a comedian who's been described as "going places".

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Not tonight - she's contractually required to stay here.

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-It's Suzi Ruffell.

-Here, sir.

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Can you please give it up for both of our teams?

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Here's how we roll, Iain-style! LAUGHTER

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Our teams quiz it out... I don't regret saying that!

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Our teams quiz it out to see who scores the most

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and who's thick as a post,

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and what they're all playing for are these magical gold stars.

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-ALL:

-Oooooh!

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Along the way, I can also award

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bonus stars for pretty much anything,

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like, for example, who can say "Iain"

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in the highest possible voice.

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-ALL HIGH-PITCHED:

-Iain.

-Iain.

-Iain.

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-Iain.

-Iain.

-Iain.

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Do that again, Ben?

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-SQUEAKILY:

-Iain.

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It sounds like a squirrel. You've got yourself a bonus gold star, Ben.

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Well done.

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But be warned - any nonsense and I can take those stars away, get away.

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Get away.

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Hey, don't moan, cos it's Iain's school, so it's...

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-ALL:

-Iain's rules!

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Yes, the team with the most gold stars at the end of the show

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are the winners, whilst the losers face detention with a man

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who makes more growling noises than your dad's belly - it's Mr Smash!

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HE ROARS

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HE GRUNTS AND LAUGHS

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BZZT!

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Argh!

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LAUGHTER

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BZZT!

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Argh!

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WHIRRING

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Hmm...

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BZZT!

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Aaaargh!

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Er, let's get on with the show!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Time now for Stick To The Point.

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-VOICE-OVER:

-Stick To The Point.

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This is a quickfire round, and if our teams are too slow, or repeat,

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or just talk rubbish, then I'll put them in the shush position.

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Can I see you in your shush positions, please, teams?

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Very well played.

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But first, I need my stick of pointiness.

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Bringeth inneth the stick of the pointiness!

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CEREMONIAL MUSIC

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APPLAUSE

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OK. The last team speaking wins, you all know the rules.

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Your first topic is...things that are sticky.

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Things that are sticky, Stu?

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-A stick.

-Yes!

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-Katie?

-Situations.

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Ooh! I find myself in a sticky situation.

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-Ben?

-Sellotape.

-Yes.

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-Poppy?

-Honey.

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Honey? Yes, please.

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-Suzi?

-Chewing gum.

-Yes. Katie?

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-Lip gloss.

-Stu?

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Er, octopus tentacles.

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Oh, they are very sticky.

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-Katie?

-Jam.

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Yes. Suzi?

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-Marmalade.

-Marmalade, yes.

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-Ivo.

-Bark from a tree.

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No-one saw that coming, but I had it.

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He's in the locker! Ben?

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Jelly.

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You're not sure about this at all, are you?

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-Poppy?

-Flora butter from Asda.

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Can we stop naming brands?!

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More brands, please.

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Stu?

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Generic rhubarb chutney.

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Yes! Bonus gold star for non-specification.

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Aww!

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-Katie?

-I haven't named a brand the whole time, I want a star.

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Well, you just got in the shush position,

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cos that's not what I asked you. Learn the rules, young lady.

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-Ivo?

-I don't want any part of this any more.

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-I'm walking.

-Shush position!

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-Ben?

-Slugs.

-Yes.

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-Poppy?

-Snails.

-Yes, Ben?

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BUZZER Shush position.

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-Poppy?

-Pomegranate.

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Pomegranate?!

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Suzi?

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-Er...

-Shush position!

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It's Stu versus Poppy.

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They said it wasn't going to happen. It is happening, right now.

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-Poppy?

-Cereal.

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You just named the driest thing ever!

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The cereal that's honey nut flavoured.

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Shush position, Poppy. The gold star goes to Ben's team!

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Our next question - things that are awkwardly shaped.

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Ivo Graham?

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-A pear.

-Yes, Suzi?

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-A wedding cake.

-Yes, please.

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-Katie?

-Me after the Christmas period.

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We've all been there, sister, we've all been there.

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Ben?

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Toy cars.

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Wha... What? Do you mean if you're trying to get into one?

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He was trying to get into a toy car back stage earlier on.

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It's too small. I'll give you that, then.

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-Ivo?

-Travel plug adaptors.

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What a good answer!

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Ben?

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Wires?

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I like it when you don't know an answer,

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you just say the first word that

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comes into your head, but in a really quizzical way - "Wires?"

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I'm going to put your in the shush position, my friend.

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-Poppy?

-Christmas trees.

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Yes, please. Stu?

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Plutonium, the atom.

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It's not an atom, is it? It's an element.

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-I'll put myself in the shush position.

-Katie?

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-Pine cones.

-Yes! Suzi?

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-A crown.

-A crown.

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-Ivo?

-The FA Cup.

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Suzi?

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-Your stick.

-It IS quite awkwardly shaped.

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You can't really get any nose pickage.

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-Eww.

-What?! I'm saying you CAN'T get any nose pickage!

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Poppy?

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Toothpicks.

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Hesitation. Shush position, please.

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Suzi?

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-A typewriter.

-Ooh, yes. Katie?

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Giraffe.

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Suzi.

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-Donkey.

-Ivo?

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No.

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-Nothing.

-Katie versus Suzi. Suzi?

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-A car.

-We had that.

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-No, we had a TOY car.

-OK, I'll give you that. Katie?

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Iain's hair.

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Minus one gold star, Katie Thistleton.

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AUDIENCE MOAN Hey! It's Iain's School, so it's...

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-ALL:

-Iain's rules!

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-Suzi?

-A snail.

-A snail, yes, Katie?

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BUZZER

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The gold star goes to Ben's team, there.

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BELL RINGS

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And at the end of that round, the gold star goes to...

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Ben's team!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Time now for Judge A Book By Its, erm...

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Ahh, don't tell me, don't tell me... I know this one.

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-Cover!

-Yep, that's it.

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-It's time for Judge A Book.

-Judge A Book.

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Judging a book by its cover is exactly the idea,

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as our teams have to guess the title of a book

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just by looking at it, OK? These are all...

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School disco!

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Go!

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# Tell me that you need me

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# Tell me that you want me

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# Tell me that you need me

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# Tell me that you want me

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# Tell me that you need me... #

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OK. These are all genuine books, available to buy in any shop.

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Here is your first book.

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OK. And the title is: Be blank With blank.

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Buzz in if you think you know the answer.

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Yes, Ben's team?

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Be Horrible With Food.

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No! It's not what we've got here.

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Poppy?

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Be Happy With Frying Pans.

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BUZZER

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I love the idea of being happy with a frying pan.

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-Ben.

-Yes?

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Be Inventive With Slices.

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BUZZER

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Not miles away.

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-Ivo?

-Be Comfortable With Who You Are As A Person.

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Nothing to do with the book. Just an important... Just a good message.

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-Yes, Ben?

-Be Inventive With Edible Things.

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BUZZER

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-Nice.

-Nice. It's in the right ball park.

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-Yes, Ivo?

-Be Part Of The Losing Team With Ben.

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Oh, trash talking!

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-Ben.

-Be Privileged With Ivo.

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Oh!

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Poppy?

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Be...Awesome With Vegetables.

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BUZZER

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Right, I'm going to give you one of the words, just so you know,

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and the final word is Bananas.

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-Ben? Yes, Stu?

-Behave With Bananas.

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-Poppy?

-It's good, but not what we're after.

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Be Bananas With Bananas.

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-Oh!

-Ben.

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-Yes, Suzi?

-Be Creative With Bananas.

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Oh! A lot of alliteratives.

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-Stu?

-Be 'Nanas With Bananas.

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I'm going to give you a bonus gold star for that, Stu Goldsmith.

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-Well played.

-Ben.

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-Yes?

-Be Bold With Bananas?

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Is the right answer!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Next, book, this is the cover.

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This is the title, it is: Blank blank. Blank blank.

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Yes, Ben?

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Pink dolls.

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-Poppy?

-That's a cat!

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-Yes?

-Depressed Cats.

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-Depressed Cats. That is the saddest book of all time.

-Ben.

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Yes, Ben's team?

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Fashionate Cats.

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-Sorry?

-Fashionate Cats.

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"Fashionate"? He's invented the word "fashionate".

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You've invented the word "fashionate",

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but I'm going to give you it, Ben - it is Fashion Cats.

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-Whoa!

-Well done!

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OK. Next book. Here is the cover.

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OK. And it is Anybody Can Be blank But blank Takes Practice.

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Poppy?

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Anybody Can Be Loving But Helping Takes Practice.

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-Aww!

-I mean, it's cute, but it's not what I've got on the card.

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Yes, anyone else? Anyone else?

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Yes, Ben's team.

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Anyone Can Be Interesting But Jumpers Takes Practice.

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That is a strong jumper game.

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Yes, anyone else?

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Yes, Poppy's team? Anybody Can Be Iain But That Hair Takes Practice.

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-Ben.

-Ben, you've got stop buzzing in!

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Cos at the minute, everyone's answer on this team has been

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Anyone Can Be... Ben!

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-Poppy.

-Poppy.

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Anybody Can Be Good But It Takes Awesome Prac...

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Ben.

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Unbelievably, Poppy's throwing-stuff-against-the-wall technique

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has got her "Awesome".

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-"Awesome" is in there!

-What...?

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-Suzi?

-Anyone Can Be Cool But Awesome Takes Practice.

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Suzi Ruffell's got it right!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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BELL RINGS

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And, for winning that round, the gold star goes to Ben's team!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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It is now time for Pie The Supply.

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Pie The Supply.

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Yes, we have once again persuaded four more people to come into the

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studio and play our favourite round.

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Also they wanted to meet me, and I get that!

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Hi, guys. Lovely to meet you all.

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They really are excited about it, however,

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only one of them is a real English teacher.

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All our teams have to do is to identify and then pie the supply.

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OK. Here are our teachers.

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They are, number one, Mr Main,

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number two, Mrs McMenemy,

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number three, Mr Oazie,

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or number four, Ms Di Mambro.

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OK. Those are your teachers.

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Poppy's team, I just want first impressions.

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I think number two seems too sweet to be a teacher.

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I already think she's too nice

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to put up with secondary-school students.

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Not like the rest of them, who are all horrible!

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If you walked into your classroom, which one of those would you be...

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Would you think was a teacher?

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Number three, because he has a blazer on.

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Oh, the old blazer routine!

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Number three's going, "I know I shouldn't have worn that blazer."

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OK, Ben's team, one, two, three or four?

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It can't really be number three, because he's got too cool hair!

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-Look!

-Ah!

-Look, number three is like, "Goodnight.

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"See yous later!"

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Let's delve deeper.

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Poppy's team, you're first up. You can ask questions.

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Number three, I want to hear about your elbows.

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Are there any patches on those blazer elbows?

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Let's see the elbows.

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-Actually, they're real.

-It's a patch-free zone.

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Oh, no patches.

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Number one, tell me exactly why you put a tie on today?

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Why the tie?

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Because it looks smart.

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There you go, it looks smart.

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-OK, Ben's team.

-What's a pronoun?

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-What is a pronoun?

-Wow!

-Ohh!

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-What did he say?

-"What's a pronoun?"

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We'll start with number three, what is a pronoun?

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-A pronoun.

-LAUGHTER

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I don't like my pupils making noise in class when I'm talking.

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OK. Number two, what is a pronoun?

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Well, I know, but do you know, Ben?

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-Ohh!

-That's a good teacher answer!

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Number four, what is a pronoun?

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-It is a noun that is very positive.

-Yeah.

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She's faking! She's faking!

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She would know that if she was a teacher, and if she gets it right,

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we'll know she's a teacher, she'll get a pie in the face.

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She's pretending not to know what a pronoun is!

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And, finally, number one, what is a pronoun?

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He might as well have gone, "What am I, a teacher?"

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Right, listen, let's see what our audience think.

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One, two, three, or four, please vote now!

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AUDIENCE SHOUT ANSWERS

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I think the audience might think it's number four.

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Poppy, it's time to Pie The Supply.

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Pie The Supply.

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Go, go, go, Pops. OK, Poppy.

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Oh, that's a big, old pie!

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-Oh-ho-ho-ho-ho!

-Ooh, who's getting pied?

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Get off him!

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APPLAUSE

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Yes, Pops!

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-Wow.

-Number three tried to duck!

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Poppy still got him!

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Ben, we're not leaving you out, mate.

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-Off you go, Pie The Supply.

-Pie The Supply.

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Gently, gently, Ben, catchee, catchee monkey. OK.

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-ALL:

-Ooooooh...

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APPLAUSE

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Ben, too nice to pie!

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Ben! Ben! Come back over.

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Stop admiring your work!

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Ben was just sitting there going,

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"Yeah, I really pied her in the face!"

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OK. Was it two or three?

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Let's find out. Would the real English teacher

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please step forward?

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No! We missed again!

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-We missed again!

-We knew!

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We just wanted to pie number three.

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Wait, you deliberately pied number three?

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Yes, we thought it would look funny in the hair and it does!

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OK. At the end of that round,

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no-one got any gold stars, but we pied two people in the face!

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APPLAUSE

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Time now for High School Dropout.

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High School Dropout.

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In this round, two of our adult guests

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will go head-to-head on this -

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The Dog Ate My Homework Drop Zone!

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DUN-DUN-DUUUNN!

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-ALL:

-Ooooh!

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Yes, the chosen guest each stand on the drop zone

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and then have to answer general knowledge questions.

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The first to get three wrong is then dropped

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into a pit of Iain Stirling lookalikes.

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Yes, it's death...

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by handsome!

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DING!

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So, who are you choosing to face this well-chiselled fate?

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Poppy, out your team, you have Ivo, you have Katie,

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who do you want to see get binned?

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I'm going to go with Katie.

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OK, Katie.

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APPLAUSE

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And Ben? Stu. Suzi.

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Suzi.

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OK, Suzi. In that case, Katie and Suzi,

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take your positions on the drop zone!

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OK. Guys, you can confer with your team-mates,

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but get three questions wrong and you're binned.

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All right? Cool. So, first question is for Katie.

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Don't forget, you can confer. Here we go.

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As of the end of 2015, which reality show had the most series on UK TV,

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not including celebrity specials -

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Strictly Come Dancing or The X Factor?

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Ivo, Poppy, Katie, what are you thinking?

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I'm thinking X Factor. What do you guys think?

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I think it's Strictly.

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Oh, because we're not counting Pop Idol, and there was the whole...

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Well, we're not counting Pop Idol, because that's a different show...

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and the general rule is, if it's a different word, different thing.

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-Are we counting The Apprentice?

-No!

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Sadly, The Adventures Of Scooby-Doo do not contribute.

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-No.

-Poppy, what do you think?

-X Factor.

-I think it is Strictly.

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You think X Factor? I think Poppy's on my side more than you are, Ivo.

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OK, so the girls think X Factor.

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I'm going to go X Factor.

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Big, silly boy Ivo thinks Strictly Come Dancing?

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-You daftie.

-I've seen 'em all.

0:20:550:20:57

Girls, you'll be glad to know, the answer is...

0:20:570:21:01

-Strictly Come Dancing!

-Yes!

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That's the wrong answer, you go to amber, Katie on your first question.

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Two more and you're getting binned!

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OK, Suzi.

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In the Harry Potter series of novels, who is older?

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A, Harry Potter or B, Ron Weasley?

0:21:170:21:21

Who is older?

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-Ben, are you a Harry Potter fan?

-No, not at all.

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It's a shame, cos we could have drawn a scar on your head.

0:21:260:21:29

-I am, but...

-Yeah, I am as well, but I don't know.

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-I've no idea.

-I wonder if anyone in the audience...

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-No, don't help them out! Don't you dare help her out!

-Do! Do!

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-I want to see her get binned!

-Harry or Ron?

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AUDIENCE SHOUT ANSWERS No!

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Is it Ron?

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SHOUTING

0:21:450:21:46

They're my friends! I've got one big team!

0:21:480:21:49

We are suddenly very confident that it's Ron.

0:21:490:21:52

OK, Ron.

0:21:520:21:54

I can tell you that Ron Weasley...

0:21:540:21:56

is the correct answer!

0:21:560:21:57

APPLAUSE

0:21:570:21:58

Thank you, Ben.

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-Thanks, Ben.

-Ron was born on the 1st of March, 1980,

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whereas Harry was born on the 31st of July, 1980.

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OK, Katie Thistleton.

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-OK.

-What is the minimum number of strokes

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with which a tennis player can win a set?

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A, 24 or B, 12?

0:22:170:22:20

-Do you know, Katie?

-I haven't got a clue. I went to Wimbledon this year

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and I feel like I should have paid more attention now.

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All right, name-drop.

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-It's 24.

-Do you know what, Ivo? You got it right last time,

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so I'm going to go with your answer. Do you think 24?

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-I think 24.

-24?

-24 it is.

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OK. You said 24. You ignored Ivo last time.

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-Yes.

-It bit you on the bottom.

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This time, you've listened to Ivo.

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It's bit you on the bottom again - the answer is 12.

0:22:440:22:47

-Four aces on each of their serves for three games...

-Yeah.

0:22:490:22:53

..and their opponent double-faulting all three of their games.

0:22:530:22:57

No!

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Oh, just throw me in the bin and get it over with.

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I didn't think about double faults!

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Ivo, you overlooked the double faults.

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OK, Suzi, you're up next.

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You're looking good thus far.

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Which planet is larger by mass?

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A, Neptune or B, Uranus?

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LAUGHTER

0:23:170:23:19

Which planet is larger by mass?

0:23:190:23:21

A, Neptune or B, Uranus?

0:23:210:23:23

-Stu, I've got no idea.

-Erm, I...

0:23:230:23:27

From what I remember in science classes, they're quite similar.

0:23:270:23:31

Thanks for that, that really helps(!)

0:23:310:23:33

That's really narrowed it down for me(!)

0:23:330:23:36

-I think... I feel like Neptune is a giant.

-Yeah, Neptune.

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Neptune was one of the gods.

0:23:380:23:40

-I think it's Neptune.

-Yep.

-What do you think?

0:23:400:23:44

-We think it's Neptune.

-Cos Uranus isn't that big.

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Cos Uranus isn't that big, says Ben, with a cheeky smile!

0:23:460:23:51

-OK, OK.

-I trust my team. I'm going with Neptune.

0:23:510:23:54

-Neptune.

-Neptune. OK, you said Neptune, or very similar.

0:23:540:23:58

But the larger one by mass...

0:24:000:24:02

is Neptune!

0:24:020:24:04

Suzi's going nowhere!

0:24:050:24:07

Come on, guys. We are rubbish!

0:24:070:24:10

-Katie Thistleton.

-Yes?

0:24:100:24:12

You are one wrong answer away

0:24:120:24:14

from getting binned in the quickest possible time.

0:24:140:24:20

-I can see that.

-Which artist was born first?

0:24:200:24:23

-Ugh!

-Van Gogh or Claude Monet?

0:24:230:24:27

-Oh!

-Any thoughts, Katie Thistleton?

0:24:270:24:28

-I notice the audience aren't chipping in on this one.

-Yeah!

0:24:280:24:31

"We've all read Harry Potter, but we haven't studied any Monet plays!"

0:24:310:24:35

-No-one's got a clue. Van Gogh, you're thinking?

-I think it's Monet.

0:24:350:24:38

-Van Gogh! Van Gogh! Van Gogh!

-Ivo thinks Monet, Poppy thinks Van Gogh!

0:24:380:24:43

Let's just go for it. Let's get this over with.

0:24:430:24:44

-Put me out of my misery.

-You need to give me an answer first!

0:24:440:24:47

You don't even know how to play the game!

0:24:470:24:49

-It's a double default!

-Van Gogh or Monet?

0:24:490:24:51

-I think it's Monet. I think it's Monet.

-Van Gogh!

0:24:510:24:54

-He got it wrong last time!

-I'm going Van Gogh.

0:24:540:24:56

-So you're going to ignore Ivo...?

-And listen to me!

0:24:560:24:59

Does that feel like a good idea?

0:24:590:25:01

It's got me far in life so far. I'm going to continue with that.

0:25:010:25:03

So, originally, you ignored Ivo.

0:25:030:25:06

-Yes.

-You got the answer wrong.

0:25:060:25:08

-Yes.

-You then listened to Ivo. You got the answer wrong.

0:25:080:25:12

-Yes.

-You then ignored Ivo again.

0:25:120:25:16

-Yes.

-And I can tell you that the answer is...

0:25:160:25:21

..on this card here...

0:25:220:25:24

..the artist that was born first was...

0:25:250:25:28

..B, Claude Monet!

0:25:300:25:31

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:25:350:25:37

Which means Suzi wins and Ben's team get a gold star!

0:25:400:25:43

Audience, do we let Suzi come down on the ladder or do we get her...?

0:25:470:25:51

-AUDIENCE:

-No!

0:25:510:25:53

-CHANTING:

-Drop her! Drop her! Drop her!

0:25:530:25:56

APPLAUSE

0:26:030:26:04

Guys...that's just about it.

0:26:080:26:10

SAD VIOLIN MUSIC

0:26:100:26:12

TEARFUL: Guys... But don't cry...

0:26:120:26:14

Don't be sad, and...

0:26:160:26:18

Could you not do that?!

0:26:190:26:21

You're making me really upset.

0:26:220:26:24

HE GRUMBLES

0:26:240:26:26

OK, guys, it's time now to add up the scores!

0:26:270:26:31

-ALL:

-Ooooh!

0:26:320:26:36

And the winners are...

0:26:390:26:41

Ben's team!

0:26:410:26:43

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:26:430:26:45

Congratulations, you lot.

0:26:470:26:50

As for Poppy's team,

0:26:500:26:52

not only does the dog eat your home work,

0:26:520:26:54

but you have detention with Mr Smash.

0:26:540:26:56

It's time to do the walk of shame.

0:26:560:26:58

This way, guys.

0:27:000:27:01

# Losers! #

0:27:010:27:02

-Come on.

-# Losers! #

0:27:020:27:04

-Get going!

-# Losers! #

0:27:040:27:06

-Get going!

-# Losers!

0:27:060:27:08

# Losers!

0:27:080:27:10

# Losers! #

0:27:100:27:12

So, that's your lot.

0:27:120:27:13

As ever, we didn't learn much, but it was fun trying.

0:27:130:27:16

See you all next time on...

0:27:160:27:19

-ALL:

-The Dog Ate My Homework!

0:27:190:27:22

See ya!

0:27:220:27:24

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:27:240:27:27

Two teams fight it out to dodge detention. Iain Stirling is joined by child team captains Poppy and Ben and special guests Katie Thistleton, Stu Goldsmith, Ivo Graham and Suzi Ruffell, who battle it out in a series of hilarious new rounds and challenges guaranteed to make you laugh.


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