Episode 17 Beat the Brain


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Episode 17

John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and problems to win money. Four friends who met on a brewery tour try and Beat the Brain.


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Hello, it's me, The Brain.

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Have a go at solving the kind of puzzles

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I'll be posing to our team today.

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Short-changed.

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What's the difference in the value?

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Here's one more.

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Head Spin.

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Count the red teapots.

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I'll put you out of your misery at the end of the show,

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when I reveal the answers.

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Let's see if today's team have all the answers,

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as they attempt to Beat The Brain!

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APPLAUSE

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Please welcome our very own resident genius, John Craven!

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-HE LAUGHS:

-Well, thank you for that!

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Now, over the next half hour, you can play along with our contestants,

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as they attempt the toughest test in TV quizzes.

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So, Brain, what are you planning for us today?

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Ah, hello, John, I'm planning lots of very, very difficult games.

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I'm going to beat you! I feel invincible! Bwah-ha-ha!

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Well, there's confidence for you, but is it justified?

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Let's find out as we meet our team. Please introduce yourself.

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I'm Andy and I'm a parks controller.

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I'm Bernhard and I run a consultancy company.

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I'm Dave and I'm a mechanical engineer.

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I'm Phil, I'm an IT consultant and I'm the team captain.

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APPLAUSE

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And a big welcome to Beat The Brain.

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Phil, have you got a name for your team?

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Yes, our name is England 3 Germany 1.

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-Why is that?

-Well, we're all avid football supporters.

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Myself and my brother Andy are season-ticket holders

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at Walsall Football Club. Dave is a Kidderminster Harriers fan.

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And Bernhard is a Borussia Dortmund fan.

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Well, let's hope you enjoy the game today. Here's how it works.

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The show's Brain is divided into six Zones.

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Logic, Memory, Orientation, Observation, Language

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and Multi-tasking. Now, the Brain will select

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four of these six Zones for you to play today.

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Now, Phil, as the captain, you must nominate

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which members of your team will perform best in each of those Zones.

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And you're playing for time instead of points,

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with every correct answer adding three seconds

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to what we call the Brain Bank.

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And the more time you build up,

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the better chance you have of beating the Brain in today's final

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and walking away with a jackpot of £3,000.

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-So, England 3 Germany 1, are you ready to play?

-Let's go.

-Yes.

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Right, well, Brain, please can we have a Zone to face first?

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Multi-tasking.

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Right, Phil, who are you going to nominate for this round?

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Probably my brother Andy.

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Right, Andy, well, come and join me over here.

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APPLAUSE

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Are you a good multi-tasker?

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Yes, I am, a lot of things going on at work,

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two or three things at the same time, so yeah, I'll give it a go.

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Well, let's see how you do on Multi-tasking.

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You will play two games in this Zone.

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Both games have three questions worth three seconds each,

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so, Brain, what's the first game?

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-Hello, Andy.

-Hello.

-Are you feeling nervous in the presence

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of the great and powerful Brain? And I don't mean John!

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-LAUGHTER

-Just a little bit.

-Ha-ha!

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-I'm about to make you very dizzy now.

-Aw!

-Because here is your first game.

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Count the number of times

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the named object appears in the spinning wheels.

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To help you out, have a trial run.

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Count the sunglasses.

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11, 12...

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-12?

-12, you think you saw? Let's have a look and see if you're right.

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You're absolutely right. Well done. That's a good start.

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-Unfortunately, that was just a trial run.

-Right, OK.

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Let's play it for real, Brain.

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Please remember, Andy, I can only accept your first answer.

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Every correct answer will add three seconds to your Brain Bank.

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Your game starts now.

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Count the carrots.

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-How many did you count there?

-I think eight.

-Eight?

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You think eight carrots. Was that right?

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-It was correct, yes.

-TEAM APPLAUDS

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That's a very good start.

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Can we have the next game, please?

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Count the red fez hats.

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-15?

-15 you think?

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-That's brilliant! Well done!

-TEAM APPLAUDS

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I wonder how many people at home got that right. OK...

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Count the suns.

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How many suns?

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-How many do you reckon?

-I'm not 100% sure of this one. 14?

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You think 14? Let's see if you're right.

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-Well, you are!

-JOHN LAUGHS

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So, there you are, Brain, you've been beaten on that one.

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Yes, don't rub it in, John!

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As long as he doesn't get too cocky!

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-No.

-Brain, let's have game number two.

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Here's the second game.

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Count the named object on the left and add the numbers on the right.

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To get your eye in, have a trial run.

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Count the ice creams and add the numbers.

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-So, what was that? How many ice creams? What was the total?

-Three?

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-Three ice creams?

-And 11?

-11 total. Let's see if you're right.

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-Yes!

-TEAM APPLAUDS

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You're doing remarkably well here. Brain, we're ready to play for real.

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Very well, John. Andy, please remember

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I can only accept your first answer. Your game starts now.

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Count the carrots and add the numbers.

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-So, what did you make... How many carrots?

-Three?

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-Three carrots?

-And 12.

-Is that correct?

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-It is!

-JOHN LAUGHS

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Onto the next one, please.

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Count the bananas and add the numbers.

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-So, how many bananas and what was the number?

-Ooh...

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-Er, four and 20?

-Let's see.

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-Yeah!

-JOHN LAUGHS

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Now, OK, final one.

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Count the dogs and add the numbers.

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-How many dogs?

-Five.

-Five dogs?

-And 19?

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Five dogs, 19 number? Is that correct?

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Yes!

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-Well...

-JOHN LAUGHS

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Andy, you couldn't have had

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-a better start than that for your team.

-I surprised myself.

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So, congratulations, well done. What do you think of that, Brain?

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Andy, you were quite amazing and added 18 seconds in that Zone.

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That means...

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England 3 Germany 1 have 18 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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-APPLAUSE

-And now it's time to find out

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which Zone we're going to next and who is going to take it on.

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So, Brain, a Zone, please.

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Memory! So, Phil, who do you think would be best on the memory tests?

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It's quite difficult to follow that one, but, um...I think...

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I think, with me being the youngest, I think my brain should be

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-a bit more fresher, so I think...

-LAUGHTER

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I'll choose this one myself, actually.

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Well, come on and join me, Phil.

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APPLAUSE

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Now, being an IT consultant, you probably

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build computers and things like that, or not?

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-No, I'm more on writing code.

-Uh-huh.

-Things like that.

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More than on the building side of the computers.

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So, how do you think you're going to cope against our Brain?

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-She's been very well put together.

-Yeah, most people will think,

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because I work in IT, it would be quite easy, but I'm not sure.

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-We'll see.

-Brain, what's the first game?

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Oh, my darling, John, can I just say thank you for saying

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I'm very well put together? That's made my day!

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LAUGHTER

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Hello, Phil. So you think a young brain is a fresh brain, do you?

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-Hopefully.

-This is your first game.

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Repeat the order in which the colours flash.

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Here's your trial run.

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-So, what's the order of those colours out of that lot?

-OK.

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It was blue, white, yellow, black.

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Blue, white, yellow, black, you're saying? Let's see if that's right.

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Indeed! You were correct, yeah. OK, Brain, over to you.

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Please remember, Phil, I can only accept your first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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So, what order was that?

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Purple, yellow, blue, black and green. I think.

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Let's have a look. "Purple, yellow, blue, black and green."

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-Yes, well done!

-TEAM APPLAUDS

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-I wasn't sure about that one!

-THEY LAUGH

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Well, you could've fooled me. Right, onto the next one.

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So, a few more there.

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Yellow, purple, blue, green...

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-I think it was blue, but I'm not sure.

-Two blues?

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OK, let's see if you're right.

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-"Yellow, purple, blue..."

-There's more!

-"..green, blue..."

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-You forgot black at the end.

-Forgot black at the end, yeah.

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-Never mind.

-Right, our third and final one.

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Pink, yellow, purple, blue...

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yellow, blue...red, I think.

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-but I'm not sure.

-Let's have a look and see if you're right.

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"Pink, yellow, purple, blue,

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"yellow, blue and red."

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-So that was correct.

-Oh!

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-Yes!

-JOHN AND PHIL LAUGH

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And a lot of colours there to work out!

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I know. Wow! That was difficult. That was really difficult.

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So, Brain, let's have the next game, please.

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Here's your second game. It's called...

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You will see different ingredients being added to the pot.

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You must tell us how many of each went in.

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To get you in the groove, have a trial run.

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Count them out, aloud.

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Pepper, broccoli...

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-So, which of those went into the pot?

-Um...

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There was the most carrots,

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so it's either A or B.

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-Uh-huh.

-There were three.

-Yeah.

-And I think there was two peppers.

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-Right.

-So that, process of elimination, I think it was B.

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B, you think. Let's see if you're correct.

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And you are. Well done. Good.

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-Worked out logically, that one, wasn't it?

-Yeah.

-So, Brain...

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Please remember, Phil, I will only accept your first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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-Count them out.

-Two...

-OK.

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So, what did you reckon on that one?

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-Right, I think...I think there was three broccoli.

-Three broccoli.

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-And I'm sure there was only one carrot.

-One carrot.

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-So that would mean...

-So how many onions?

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Well, I think it'll have to be D.

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-D? Let's have a look and see.

-I think it was two onions as well.

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So, second one, please, Brain.

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Two. One carrot. Two.

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Two carrots.

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-Lots going in the pot that time.

-Right.

-What do you reckon?

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-Again, I think there was four carrots.

-Mm-hm.

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That was the most of those.

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And I think there was two peppers and I think...

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I think there was two onions as well, so A.

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-You say A.

-Yeah.

-Let's see if you're right.

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And you are. Congratulations, yeah.

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Just one more.

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-Now, what do you reckon on that one?

-Right...

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-All right...

-How any carrots?

-I'm a bit stumped.

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-I think...I think...I think there was three broccoli.

-Three broccoli.

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And that just rules everything else out, so it must be B.

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It must be B. Let's see if you're right.

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-Yeah.

-THEY LAUGH

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Well, what do you think of that, Brain?

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Yes, he may be impressed with himself, John,

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but I'm not impressed with him.

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Now, Phil, you added 15 seconds in that Zone. This means, in total,

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England 3 Germany 1 have 33 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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Right, let's find out which Zone is next and who is going to take it on.

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So, Brain, a Zone, please.

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So, Phil, who will you nominate

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amongst your final two people for Observation?

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-I think Dave might be quite good at this one.

-Right, OK.

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Well, come on and join me, Dave.

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APPLAUSE

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You think he's chosen correctly?

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Er, hopefully, yes.

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-You're pretty good, generally, at observation?

-Yes, yes.

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-Now, I hear you used to be a roadie at one stage in your life?

-Yes.

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A band from Wolverhampton called Dust,

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who were once described as "a sophisticated Slade."

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-Hard to imagine!

-Whatever that means!

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-LAUGHTER

-Well, don't forget,

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there are another 18 precious seconds on offer in this Zone,

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so that's three seconds for every correct answer you give, Dave.

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So, Brain, please reveal the first game that Dave will be playing.

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Of course I will. It's called...

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Count the number of missing bricks.

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You can warm up by having a trial run, Dave.

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So there goes the ball. How many bricks knocked out?

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How many do you reckon?

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-Er, 11, I think, John.

-11, you think? Is that correct?

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-It is.

-JOHN AND DAVE LAUGH

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Let's bring the game on, Brain.

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You have 45 seconds to answer three questions correctly.

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Please remember, Dave, I can only accept your first answer

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and every correct answer will add three seconds to your Brain Bank.

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Your game starts now.

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There goes the wrecking ball.

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And how many are missing?

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Count them out.

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-Nine.

-Nine, you reckon?

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-Nine?

-Sorry, I...

-That's 14. The next one?

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31 seconds left.

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How many missing here?

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-13.

-13, you reckon, this time? Let's see if that's correct.

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-Yes, it is.

-TEAM APPLAUD

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And you've got 16 seconds left for the last one.

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How many missing bricks?

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Ten seconds!

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Speed it up!

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-18?

-18, you reckon! Let's find out of that's correct.

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And that is correct, so well done, Dave.

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You left it to the very last second there, didn't you?

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-Making the most of my time.

-JOHN LAUGHS

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So, Brain, what have you got next in the Observation Zone?

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Here's your second game, Dave.

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What is the difference, Dave, in value between the two totals?

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Have a trial run.

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Two sets of coins. What's the difference?

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-What's the difference in value?

-DAVE COUNTS TO HIMSELF

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What do you reckon?

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Maybe a coin has changed or disappeared or something like that?

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-What do you think?

-Er, 10p.

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-10p, you're saying?

-Yes.

-Yeah? The difference is 10p?

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-And you're right, yes.

-THE TEAM APPLAUDS

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So you might have to be a little bit nippier than that.

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-Yes.

-Because you're probably up against the clock.

-Yes.

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We'll see what Brain says.

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Yes, John, he is up against the clock.

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You have only 45 seconds to answer three questions correctly.

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Your game starts now.

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What are you thinking? What's changed there?

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What's the difference in the total?

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-Er, 3p.

-3p?

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-Yes, well done. Yeah, yeah.

-THE TEAM APPLAUDS

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Next one?

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30, 28 seconds, 27.

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What's the difference?

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-Quickly, quickly!

-Er, 55p?

-55p, you're thinking?

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50p. That's not correct, but let's move on to the last one.

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15 seconds to go.

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What's the difference on that one?

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JOHN COUNTS DOWN

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Quickly. Give me an answer.

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£1. £1, you're saying?

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-And it's right!

-LAUGHTER

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-Again, you left it to the last second!

-Yes!

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-That's how you play the game, isn't it?

-Yes!

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-Make the most of your time.

-Yes.

-Check your answers.

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So what's your reaction to that, Brain? So close to the wire!

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Absolutely close to the wire. Dave, you added 12 seconds in that Zone,

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which means that England 3 Germany 1 have 45 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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-APPLAUSE

-Well played, Dave.

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Now, Bernhard, you're our final player, so why don't you swap

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places with Dave and we'll find out which Zone you will be playing?

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APPLAUSE

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So how do you think you're going to do against our Brain?

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Er, we'll see, you know, I'll give it my best.

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-It's going to be hard, though.

-Well, we have three Zones left,

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Bernhard, we've got Language, Logic and Orientation,

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-so which do you hope might come up?

-Oh, Orientation, please!

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Orientation you would love? Yeah.

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So, let's find out which Zone the Brain is going to choose for you.

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-It IS Orientation!

-Good stuff!

-JOHN LAUGHS

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So, Brain, please reveal the first game that Bernhard will be playing.

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Darling, here's your first game.

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Tell me whether the hands are left or right, Bernhard.

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Have yourself a trial run.

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-It's good to do it yourself, I think.

-Yeah, exactly, yeah.

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Yeah, yeah.

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-So, what are you saying now?

-I would say right, right, left.

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-Right, right, left?

-Er, Right, left, right!

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Ooh! Well... Ha-ha!

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-Yes!

-I think, because it was the trial, I'll let you have that.

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Right, left, right.

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Right, Brain, we're ready to play.

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Bernhard, you have a maximum of 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Unlike the trial, remember, I will only accept your first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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So, that is left, right, right.

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Left, right, right? Left, right, right?

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That's correct! Second one?

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Shout them out as you see them.

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Right...

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..left...

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-Right, left, right.

-Right, left, right? Is that correct?

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No, it's not. You've got 18 seconds left. One more.

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That's left, left...right.

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Left, left, right, you're saying?

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No, that's wrong as well! They're all right!

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I'm sorry, guys!

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-So, you weren't right!

-Yeah! I'm sorry.

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-So, Brain, you were pretty successful there.

-Yes, Bernhard!

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Here's your second game.

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Match the viewpoint on the left to the numbered position on the right.

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Have a trial run.

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Mm-hm.

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-What number matches up with the picture on the left?

-Number 2?

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Number 2, you're saying? Let's find if that's right.

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-It is right, so yeah.

-THE TEAM APPLAUDS

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So, Brain, maybe you've got a bit of a challenge here.

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I think not.

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Bernhard, you have 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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And please remember, only your first answer I will accept.

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Your game starts now.

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Which viewpoint? 1! Number 1?

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That was pretty quick. Was it correct?

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-It was correct, yes. Onto number two.

-SOME APPLAUSE

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Which one?

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6. Number 6, you're saying?

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That's correct. And you've got 27 seconds left.

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4. Number 4.

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-No, number 3. Number 3.

-Yes. Yes, I see, yeah.

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But you did two out of three in that section.

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-HE SIGHS

-And you did it well under the time.

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-So...

-Well, maybe I should've taken some more time.

-Yeah!

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What do you think of that, Brain?

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Bernhard, you added nine seconds in that Zone.

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That means England 3 Germany 1 have finished with a grand total

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of 54 seconds in their Brain Bank.

0:22:210:22:25

-APPLAUSE

-54 seconds!

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So we've finished the individual rounds

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and now it's time for our team to try to Beat The Brain

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one last time and take home a possible £3,000 in today's final.

0:22:320:22:37

So, today's team - England 3 Germany 1 -

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now it's your chance to turn the time you've built up into money.

0:22:430:22:47

You need to answer eight questions correctly - that's two each -

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in order to Beat The Brain.

0:22:510:22:53

Now, if you manage to do that within the 54 seconds

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that you've built up, well, you take our £3,000 jackpot.

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If you take more than 54 seconds, you still have a chance to win,

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because you have two further minutes in which to answer,

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but as the time runs down, so does the money.

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And, if the time runs out completely...

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so does the cash!

0:23:130:23:14

Phil, you've chosen the order in which your team are going to play.

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-Yes.

-What you're thinking behind that?

-Two reasons.

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The first reason, I think,

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from the level of nervousness of the team, from high to low, and

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I think, secondly, I thought Andy did the best in the earlier rounds,

0:23:250:23:28

so I thought we'd try to get off to a good start.

0:23:280:23:30

-Are you feeling nervous, Andy?

-Er, I was at the start,

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-but not now, to be quite honest with you, so...

-So?

-It's all OK.

0:23:330:23:36

All the very best to all of you and let's play today's final!

0:23:360:23:40

England 3 Germany 1,

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you will only face questions from the games you've already seen today.

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But for every game in the final, I will only accept your first answer.

0:23:460:23:51

-Beat me if you can!

-So that's the challenge!

0:23:510:23:53

Are you going to be able to Beat The Brain?

0:23:530:23:55

Well, as usual, we'll start with the player on the left -

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that's you, Andy - and when I've had two correct answers from you,

0:23:580:24:01

we'll go down the line, Bernhard and so on, OK? Good luck to everybody.

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Let's start the game!

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What's the difference?

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-Quickly.

-Pass!

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The answer is £1.

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Hands On.

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Right...left...

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right.

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No. Left, right, left. Next one?

0:24:320:24:35

-The colours? Order?

-Black, green, white...

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-..blue, yellow.

-Let's see if that's right.

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No, it's not, I'm afraid. Next one...

0:24:490:24:52

Whose view is this?

0:24:520:24:54

6? Number 6?

0:25:010:25:03

Number 8! Count the number of bricks missing after the ball.

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Seven.

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No, it was 10.

0:25:150:25:16

BRAIN: Count the broccoli.

0:25:160:25:18

Six.

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Six is correct.

0:25:230:25:24

-B.

-B?

0:25:310:25:33

B is correct. Onto Bernhard now.

0:25:330:25:36

How many bricks missing, Bernhard?

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-12!

-Let's see.

0:25:420:25:45

No, 11.

0:25:450:25:46

Hands On.

0:25:460:25:48

So that's, um...

0:25:530:25:54

..right, right, right.

0:25:570:25:59

Let's see if that's correct.

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No, it was right, right, left.

0:26:030:26:04

Er... (Three, four...)

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(50...55...)

0:26:090:26:12

-Pass!

-Pass.

0:26:120:26:14

Count the rubber ducks and add the numbers.

0:26:150:26:18

-1 and 11?

-1 and 11? Let's see if you're correct?

0:26:250:26:29

Yes, you are.

0:26:290:26:31

Follow the order.

0:26:310:26:33

Red, yellow, white...

0:26:360:26:39

pink, black?

0:26:390:26:41

See if that's correct.

0:26:410:26:42

It is indeed. Right, so we move on to Dave.

0:26:420:26:46

Which viewpoint?

0:26:470:26:48

4.

0:26:500:26:52

Number 4? Correct!

0:26:520:26:54

-15...

-Time is up, I'm afraid!

0:27:030:27:06

-APPLAUSE

-The Brain has beaten you.

0:27:060:27:08

Bad luck, guys. You did so well at the start of the show, didn't you?

0:27:080:27:11

But then you crumpled at the end.

0:27:110:27:13

I think I was right with the nervousness, I think.

0:27:130:27:15

-LAUGHTER

-Yes, you were.

-Sorry, guys.

0:27:150:27:17

-You never got a chance to be the anchor.

-Well, I think...

0:27:170:27:20

I think this one is on us.

0:27:200:27:21

So, final thoughts on this, Brain?

0:27:210:27:23

Absolutely! After all, I am the Brain.

0:27:230:27:26

It's hard to beat me, boys, and I'm willing to share my victory.

0:27:260:27:30

Let's all open a bottle of cham-brain, shall we?

0:27:300:27:32

-LAUGHTER

-Thank you all for watching at home.

0:27:320:27:35

I hope you enjoyed playing along.

0:27:350:27:37

But for now, it's time to say goodbye from England 3 Germany 1.

0:27:370:27:41

ALL: Goodbye, Brain!

0:27:410:27:43

-Bye, Brain!

-Goodbye.

0:27:430:27:44

And goodbye from me as well. See you next time.

0:27:440:27:47

Remember the questions I posed at the beginning of the show?

0:27:500:27:53

Here are the answers.

0:27:530:27:55

Short-changed.

0:27:550:27:56

What's the difference in the value?

0:27:560:27:58

The answer is...

0:28:010:28:02

And what about the second one? Count the red teapots.

0:28:030:28:07

The answer is...

0:28:110:28:12

Join me and John next time for more exciting games on Beat The Brain!

0:28:140:28:19

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