Celebrities test the depths of their general knowledge in this special edition of the quiz, with Dick and Dom among the guests. Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman present.
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Thank you very much. Hello, I'm Alexander Armstrong
and very warm welcome to a special celebrity edition of Pointless, where we test obscure knowledge.
Every single question has been asked to 100 people.
To be in with a chance of winning our final round jackpot, we need the answers
that the fewest of our 100 people could remember. Let's meet our Pointless celebrities.
-First up, welcome Dick and Dom!
OK, we know you best as children's TV presenters. How will you draw on that experience?
If we're not doing very well, I'll whack him in the face with a pie.
There is always that. What are you like working as a team? Are you going to be good? Or buckle?
-We're usually a bit competitive, but we can't be.
-Generally, as a team, 15 years working together,
we should be all right. But in a lot of the rounds we can't work together.
-When you're in a double act,
-you do think what the other person's thinking. Hopefully, that'll work.
-I do hope so. Very best of luck.
It's brilliant having you. Next, it's Charlie and Susanna!
Now, then, Charlie and Susanna. We know you from BBC Breakfast.
I need hardly remind you that the last BBC Breakfast people we had on
-If only we'd known...
-They were great, Bill and Sian.
Not only did they win, they were charming, had the audience laughing.
-Oh, man, they were good. We all went out after.
-Yeah, they took us out.
They flew us to Paris.
-How long have you worked together?
-About five years.
-And have you done things like this before?
-Not together, no.
But I totally trust Charlie. He knows a lot of things.
-What are Charlie's strong suits?
-He's done a lot of different jobs.
-I think you'll find things you didn't expect he would know.
-What's he done?
-You've been a doorman and a brickie and you used to clamp cars.
-I was a roofer for a while.
-There we go.
-So I think there will be categories you might not expect.
-What about Susanna?
-Susanna is very calm under pressure and extremely knowledgeable
and I'm entirely relying on her.
Good. It's all going to go well, then.
Very, very best of luck to you. Great to have you on the show.
Next we welcome Russell and Dawn!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-How long have you two known each other?
-Only about a year. We worked together and got on.
So we thought we'd do this together.
-Where did you first meet?
I was a guest on a panel of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now
and Russell does a hilarious sketch.
I have to do stand-up about the show every night to an audience of three people.
Then Dawn was giving her opinions and we got on.
Fantastic. Anything you'd hate to see come up, Dawn?
Anything that requires a shred of intellect.
Or something in which I think I'm an expert, but turn out to be an idiot.
-And then get humiliated. That would be horrible.
-Very best of luck to the pair of you. And finally we have got Vanessa and Ben!
-What are your strong suits, Vanessa?
-Reclining on a chaise longue while Ben peels me a grape
is the thing I really excel at. Everything else, I'm not much cop.
Talking I'm good at.
-Ben, what areas will you look after?
-Music I'd love to see come up.
-I love a bit of music.
-Because you're a lead singer.
-Hey, what's wrong with you?
-I had to do that.
-Not bad at all.
Of course, Ben is responsible for the greatest album title in the history of recorded music.
-He was in Phats and Small. Do you know what their first album was called?
-Now Phats What I Small Music.
That's genius, right? Come on.
-I'm still laughing about it today.
You're a couple on and off screen. What will you be like as a team?
We're going to be devoted and charming, gently nibbling one another's earlobes, billing, cooing.
-Just like we normally do.
-The occasional snog.
-And you're good under pressure?
-Under pressure, we rev it up! LAUGHTER
Well, welcome to you. We look forward to discovering all your hidden knowledge.
There's only one person left to introduce. He is my Pointless friend. He is Richard.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-I know, it's exciting.
-Once again I am the 10th most famous person in a room.
It should be a very good show. We've got some very clever people.
I'd also like to welcome Dick and Dom.
It should be a cracker. The first round should suit most of you.
-It should fit into the skill set of most of these teams.
-Very good. Thanks.
We put all our questions to 100 people, but this is Pointless. We want answers they didn't get.
To stay in the game, our celebrities need to score as few points as they can.
Everyone wants a pointless answer that nobody gave. When that happens, we'll add £250 to the jackpot.
As today's show is a celebrity special for nominated charities,
we start off with a jackpot of £2,500. There we are.
Right. Let's play Pointless.
Each of you must give me one answer and you cannot confer.
The team with the highest score at the end of the round will be eliminated.
An incorrect answer scores 100 points, so try to avoid those.
OK, our first category is... Words.
Words. Can you all decide in your pairs who's going to go first and who's going to go second?
Whoever's going first, please step up to the podium.
Let's see the first question. We gave 100 people 100 seconds
to name as many words ending in "..ight" as they could.
Words ending in "..ight". Richard?
Any word in the Oxford English Dictionary that ends "..ight". No hyphenated words,
no proper nouns, people or places. There is a word "ight". We won't accept that.
Occasionally, Xander might ask you to spell your answer out. If he does, make sure it ends "..ight"!
OK, well, Dick and Dom, you all drew lots before the show and you get to go first.
-Words ending in "..ight". Dick?
-Can't be hard. We'll show you how intelligent we are!
-You know what? I don't doubt it!
OK, lovely. You're hoping to score as few points as possible.
Let's see if "might" is a correct answer and, if it is, how many people said it, Dick.
It's good, it's right.
-It's a start.
-It's all right.
-It's a correct answer, so a good way to start the round.
-It can mean power, perhaps. It's 66 points to you.
-Now then, Susanna.
-OK, I was going to try and be clever, but that's always a mistake.
-I'm going to go for "fright".
-Fright. Let's see if it's right and how many people said it. Fright.
It is right.
-There we are! 25. It was a great answer.
-Yes, absolutely. Pretty low score,
but I would point out there are over 100 pointless answers on this list.
Also, I'm disqualifying "right" because Alexander keeps saying it.
-I might try to be clever.
-You see, that's brilliant.
You're hoping to score as few as possible. "Highlight".
Is that right and how many people said it?
That's how you do it. Three points for "highlight".
Yeah, well played, Dawn. Highlight - to bring into prominence or to bleach parts of your hair.
-Very good answer.
-Now, Vanessa. Let's have the most obscure word that you can summon.
Well, I want you to picture a medieval knight upon his white charger. So K-N-I-G-H-T.
K-N-I-G-H-T. Knight, says Vanessa. Let's see if that's right and how many people said it.
Of course it's right.
Eleven for knight.
Yeah, very well played, Vanessa. No incorrect answers. That's nice.
Thanks very much, Richard. We're halfway through the round. Let's look at the scores.
Dawn and Russell, fantastic. Three.
Then we go up to 11 for Vanessa and Ben.
Then 25, Susanna and Charlie. Then up quite a long way to 66 for Dick and Dom.
-Now then, Dom...
-You've got to find a fantastic word ending in "..ight".
Otherwise, as things stand, we will be saying goodbye to you.
OK, we're going to come back down the line. Could the second players take their places at the podium?
OK, remember, we're looking for words that end in "..ight".
Ben, the high scorers on 66 or Dom and Dick. Sounds wrong, that way round.
-If you can score 54 or less, you are definitely through to the next round.
I'm going to go for "eight".
Oh, ho, ho. Eight! How many people had to just go, "Hang on! Ohh!"?
OK, there is your red line.
If you get below that, Ben, you are through to the next round.
-Eight. Great answer. Let's see if it's right and how many people said it.
It's right, of course. And you are through - look!
-Very well done. 13.
-Wow, well done!
Takes your total up to 24.
Yeah, very well played, Ben. Eight's 13 bringing 11 up to 24.
-Em... I'm going to go with "slight".
Slight. How are you spelling "slight"?
-With an "..ight" at the end!
What are you... What are you putting before?
-Is this a trick question?
S and... Oh, yes. I'm still going to play it safe.
Slight. S-L-I-G-H-T. There is your red line. Below it to go through.
Is it right? How many people said it?
-Yep, he's done it.
23! Takes you to 26. You're through.
-Very well played, Russell. Great team.
-Charlie, you're on 25. Dick and Dom are still on 66.
If you can score 40 or less, you go through. Words ending in "..ight".
I'm going to go for...
-Gasps from everyone. Vanessa...
-I'm not sure that's a word!
Steward's inquiry from over there.
Uptight. There's your red line. Below that and you're through.
Uptight. Let's see if it's right and how many people said it.
It IS right.
Yup, you've done it!
Oh, very well done, Charlie! That scores you one.
It takes your total to 26. The lowest score of the pass, indeed of the round.
-Well played, Charlie. Look how close those scores are.
-On which note, Dick and Dom...
-We're going home, aren't we?
-Oh, Dick and Dom, the writing is on the wall.
-You are going to be leaving.
-Do I have one more chance to humiliate us?
-No, you have a chance to leave a beautiful legacy in the shape of £250 in the jackpot.
-I prefer this.
-What about that?
-OK. So I've got a word that ends in "..ight" when you verbally pronounce it
-and I think it's a belter. But it might not be cos it's got to be spelt right.
-Get on with it!
All right, now look... That's not the one I'm coming up with.
I was going to... Cos I know it's spelt I-T-E.
So I thought, "Let's play safe and just stick with flight".
Right, OK. Let's see if that's right and how many said it.
-It wasn't bad.
-It's not bad at all.
-Not bad at all, Dom.
And it's a darn sight better than satellite. What a stupid idea! Stupid!
That takes your total up to 95.
Oh, yes, look at that!
It's better than "might" as well. That's the main thing, isn't it?
-In the battle of Dick versus Dom, you've come out on top.
What a battle(!) LAUGHTER
-The reason, Russell, we asked you to spell slight is there is sleight of hand,
which would have scored only one point. And, Dawn,
lowlight would have been pointless. Let's look at some pointless ones.
Bantamweight - a boxing weight. Wainwright, candlelight.
All of these are pointless answers.
Sennight - an old word for a week. Microlight, birthright also a pointless answer.
Catfight - doesn't have a hyphen.
Skintight and 'sright, as in,
-"Yeah, 'sright." I'm guessing!
Very well done if you got those at home.
Richard, thank you very much. So the losing pair is Dick and Dom.
-It had to be someone.
-You'll miss us.
-I thought you said my missus!
Yeah? Your mum!
But, em... Yeah, we will miss you.
We've hosted game shows before and when the contestants come on, you think, "This is really simple!"
They say the same thing. When you're in the spotlight, you go blank.
Completely blank, yeah.
I'm afraid we have to say goodbye. Thank you very much for playing. Dick and Dom!
For the remaining three pairs, it's time for Round Two.
There's only room for two pairs in our head-to-head so one team will be leaving us after this round.
Our category for Round Two is...Musicals.
Can you all decide who is going to go first and second? Whoever is first, step up to the podium.
OK, so our Round Two question concerns..."jukebox" musicals. Richard?
One of those musicals based largely or wholly on the works of one particular act.
We'll show you six musicals. We asked 100 people which band or artist is that musical based on?
A nice obscure answer scores fewer points. An incorrect answer scores 100 points.
-12 musicals in all, 12 bands or artists. Very best of luck.
-Wow. Jukebox musicals.
We've all learned something. OK, we want the names of the acts featured in these jukebox musicals.
Here's our first list of six.
HE READS LIST
I'll read those all one more time.
Everyone's looking really worried. Now then, Susanna...
There's a couple I just don't know.
-I'm going to go for Jersey Boys and The Four Seasons.
-The Four Seasons.
-OK. Jersey Boys, The Four Seasons. Let's see if that's right and how many people said it.
It is right.
-Very well done. 16!
-Well done. It's a great answer.
-16. Lovely low score. Richard?
-Yeah. Won four Tony awards and an Olivier for Best Musical.
-Now then, Russell. What does that board look like to you?
-Oh, I just...
I work in the theatre on a daily basis, but I don't get on with musicals and I avoid them.
I avoid reading about them or going to see them. I don't have a clue.
All I can do is intuit from the songs back to an artist.
So I am going to guess that Good Vibrations is the Beach Boys.
Whether it's a real musical, who knows?
-God only knows.
Let's see if it is and how many people said the Beach Boys.
Yes, it is! Very well done.
-We're in trouble. That means you've got to...
-That's a lot better than 100.
-Well intuited. Richard?
A big score, but a good answer. Ran for 94 performances on Broadway.
-Is that a good run?
We are looking for the acts featured in these musicals. Now, Vanessa, you go last
-so you can talk us through the board and fill in any gaps you like.
-The top one's ABBA, obviously.
Then I'm assuming All Shook Up is Elvis Presley, although I've never heard of it.
I've never heard of this as a musical but I'm going to say Ring of Fire is about Johnny Cash.
Ring of Fire, Johnny Cash. Let's see if that's right and how many people knew that answer.
It is right.
-Horrible. What's the bottom one?
-38. Well, I dread to think.
-We'll find out soon enough. Johnny Cash - that only ran for 57 performances, that musical.
But it's rather good. Mamma Mia obviously was ABBA, but would have scored 95 points.
All Shook Up was Elvis and would have scored you 68.
All The Fun of The Fair, well done if you got it at home.
-It was just eight points. Any idea?
-How did you know that?
-Is it really?! That's hilarious!
-How did you get that?
-It was on that theatre down...
Charing Cross Road and it had a picture of him with a handkerchief tied round his neck.
Very good. We're halfway through. Let's look at the scores.
Fabulous score from Susanna. 16, look at that. Very strong.
Then up to 38 for Vanessa and Ben
and 66 for Russell and Dawn. That was an expensive choice.
So, Dawn, you'll have to hope it is a really good board for you and you find a low-scoring answer.
Can the second players please take their place at the podium?
OK, we'll put six more musicals on the board. Here they come.
HE READS LIST
I'll read those one more time.
You are looking for the acts around whose repertoire these are based.
You're trying to find the one the fewest people knew. So, Ben...
What are you thinking? What does that board look like to you?
I can guess... I'm just looking at song titles, really.
I'm stuck between Never Forget and Our House.
Our House, Madness.
Here's your red line coming in. If you get down below that red line, you are in the head-to-head.
Our House, Madness said Ben. Let's see if it's right and how many people said Madness.
It is right.
48 takes your total up to 86.
-Yeah, won the Oliver for Best Musical in 2003.
So we are looking for the acts whose music features in these jukebox musicals.
So, Dawn, the high scorers are now Ben and Vanessa on 86.
You're on 66. If you can score 19 or less, you are through to the head-to-head. What are you thinking?
I'm thinking that I feel horribly ashamed of myself!
-Because you know some of these?
-I was going to say Madness.
The only other one I know on that board is the big one.
So I've just got to say it. Sorry, Russell.
We Will Rock You, Queen.
We Will Rock You, Queen.
OK, well, let's see. Let's see...
There's your red line, Dawn.
-Try not to laugh as we're doomed!
There is your red line. If you get below that - maybe they forgot it! - then you are through.
We Will Rock You, Queen. Is it right and how many people said it?
74 is quite high, I'm afraid. That takes you up to 140.
-Sorry, Dawn. Right answer, but a big score. Opened in 2002 and still running.
-Have you seen it?
-I've had that pleasure. Anyone else?
-I've seen it.
-Two hours of our lives we'll never get back.
Charlie, here's the good news.
Even if you score 100 points, you will not overtake Dawn and Russell's high score of 140.
-Knowing that, why not see if you can find the most obscure answer?
-I have a hunch, no more than that,
because I've got a song in my brain. Movin' Out might be Billy Joel.
-And so... I think he has got a song called Movin' Out.
And he's got a lot of songs in his repertoire. So why not say there's a musical called Movin' Out,
-that I've never heard of, by Billy Joel.
-Brilliant reasoning. Let's see if it's right.
Is that right and how many people said it? No red line. You're through, come what may.
You're right, Charlie.
-Oh! Fantastic answer!
A score of two takes you up to 18! Very well done.
Great answer. Best answer on either board. Three years on Broadway.
Let's look at the rest of the board.
-Saturday Night Fever is the Bee Gees and would have scored you 57. Tonight's The Night.
-Absolutely. 21. Dawn, were you tempted by Never Forget?
-I actually was not, no.
-It was Take That.
-I'm not a fan!
So you won't feel bad you got it wrong. It would have scored 11 and seen you through.
Well done if you said Movin' Out.
Thanks, Richard. So the losing celebrity pair is Russell and Dawn!
-I'm sorry. We served you a terrible category there.
-It's your fault.
-To be fair, it's my fault.
But I'm really sorry.
It's something you either love and cherish or particularly detest.
I think we know which one it was for you two.
-So, in many ways, well done.
-You have been fantastic contestants. Thank you so much for playing.
-Good luck, guys.
For the remaining two pairs things get even more exciting as we enter the head-to-head!
Very well done, Charlie and Susanna, Vanessa and Ben.
Only one celebrity pair can make it through to the final and play for the jackpot, which stands at £2,500.
Here's how the head-to-head works. Each pair just gives me one answer and you're now allowed to confer.
You need an answer that scores less than the other pair.
The first pair to win two questions will play for today's jackpot.
Let's play Pointless.
OK, here is your first question.
We gave 100 people 100 seconds to name as many royal wedding venues since 1900 as they could. Richard?
We're looking for any venue at which any royal has married
from 1900 all the way through to May, 2011.
OK, thank you very much indeed. Charlie and Susanna, you go first.
OK? We've reached a consensus.
What's it going to be?
-We're going to go for Windsor Castle.
-Windsor Castle is your answer.
-Vanessa and Ben?
-Shall we go for that?
-Do you think so? OK, you go.
-I hope so.
-It is a venue and a royal couple did get married there.
We would like to go for the registry office in Windsor high street -
I can't give you the exact number - at which Prince Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles.
-Windsor registry office?
-We have Windsor Castle and Windsor registry office.
In the order they've been given, let's see if Windsor Castle is right and how many people said it.
It's good - 17!
17. Vanessa and Ben have gone for Windsor registry office.
Let's see how many people said Windsor registry office. It's right!
Yes, they've done it! Eight!
Windsor registry office on eight pips Windsor Castle on 17.
Vanessa and Ben are up one-nil. Richard?
Very good lateral thinking. And Sophie and Edward in Windsor Castle.
Let's take a look at all the answers. There's a pointless one.
The Duke of Kent and Katharine Worsley got married at York Minster. That was a pointless answer.
Crathie Church was the Princess Royal. The Duke of Gloucester
got married in Buckingham Palace. It would have scored seven.
There's the Guildhall, Windsor, where the registry office is.
Windsor Castle, 17. St Paul's, 39 - Charles and Di.
And there's been ten marriages at Westminster Abbey including William and Kate.
-Well done if you got the pointless answer.
-Here's your second question.
Charlie and Susanna, you need to win this to stay in the game. Here it comes.
We gave 100 people 100 seconds to name as many England cricketers
who have made 100 or more Test appearances as they could.
That's not one-day internationals. It's Test appearances
up to May, 2011, please.
This time, Vanessa and Ben go first.
-Mike Gatting, OK, say Vanessa and Ben.
-Charlie and Susanna?
-Neither of us know about cricket.
-At home I have the biggest cricket fan in my family
who is watching now going, "Come on! Don't let me down!"
-And we're about to crash and burn.
-I think we'll go - and hopefully it fits within the criterion -
-we'll go old and we're going to say...
WG Grace. We have Mike Gatting and WG Grace.
Vanessa and Ben said Mike Gatting. Let's see if that's right and how many people said it.
-An incorrect answer,
which means, Charlie and Susanna, WG Grace merely has to be correct for you to win this point.
Is it right and how many people said it?
Oh! Well, there we are!
Both incorrect, which means Vanessa and Ben are still up one-nil.
-Both very good answers. WG Grace was in the years before they played many tests.
And Gatting never quite reached his hundred. There's only eight.
There's a pointless answer.
Graham Thorpe, pointless answer. Alec Stewart would have scored one, David Gower six, Colin Cowdrey 11.
Mike Atherton 11, Graham Gooch 13,
Geoff Boycott 23 and Ian Botham 59. Well done if you got all of those.
OK, here is your third question. Charlie and Susanna, you have to win this to stay in the game.
We gave 100 people 100 seconds to name as many Magic Roundabout characters as they could.
-We're looking for any of the eight original regular members of the Magic Roundabout.
Charlie and Susanna, you go first this time.
-We're going to go for Dylan.
-Vanessa and Ben, you can now talk out loud if you like.
-Ermintrude, was it?
-Was it Ermintrude?
I'm sure it was.
-Ermintrude, the cow.
So we have Dylan and Ermintrude.
Charlie and Susanna, you have to win this. You have said Dylan.
Is it right and how many said it?
37. The question is if Dylan is more or less obscure than Ermintrude, the cow.
Ermintrude, say Vanessa and Ben. Is that right and how many people said Ermintrude?
Will it go lower than Dylan?
Yes, it does! 31!
-- You were the one who got it! - He always does.
Now that means that Vanessa and Ben are through to the final, two-nil.
Two good answers there. Eight in all. Two are killer answers.
Well done if you said either. Mr McHenry, the gardener, or Mr Rusty, the roundabout operator.
Brian, the snail, 28. Ermintrude, the cow, 31.
Dylan, the rabbit, 37. There's Florence 51, Dougal 63
and Zebedee tops the list on 68.
Thanks, Richard. So the losing pair is Charlie and Susanna!
-Dear, oh, dear. Such a strong performance.
-What will Bill and Sian say?
-We never talk to them!
-It's better that way.
I'm afraid we have to say goodbye, but thank you so much for playing. Brilliant contestants. Thank you.
But for Vanessa and Ben it's time for our Pointless final and the chance to win £2,500.
Congratulations, Vanessa and Ben. You have fought off the competition and won a coveted Pointless trophy.
You now have a chance to win our jackpot. At the end of today's show, it stands at £2,500.
The rules are very simple. All you have to do is find a pointless answer, that nobody thought of.
We haven't had any on the show today. Find one now and you go home with that money.
First, you choose a category from one of these three options.
Crime fiction is my least favourite kind of fiction. I love a novel, adore a poem, but not crime fiction.
-I don't think you do, either, do you?
-No, not at all.
-Boxing I'm not very good at.
-And neither am I!
-We'd better settle on Hollywood Legends because we know slightly more than the other two.
OK, Hollywood Legends it is. Let's find put the question.
We gave 100 people 100 seconds to name as many Paul Newman films as they could.
-We're looking for any feature film for which Paul Newman has received an acting credit.
No short films, TV films, documentaries or playing himself. Voiceover performances do count.
You have up to one minute to come up with three answers. All you need to win for your charity that £2,500
is for just one of those answers to be pointless. 60 seconds start now.
I can only think of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Italian Job. That's the only two I know.
The one I can think of that I hope is quite obscure was with his wife and it's called Mr and Mrs Smith.
-I've read the book.
-They made it with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, a new one.
-It's not that one.
-No, no. But people won't connect him with it.
-I hope it's Mr and Mrs Smith!
And not Mr and Mrs Jones or Brown!
I think it's Mr and Mrs Smith and it's about this couple who have been married for ages
-and the marriage is fraying at the edges.
-Do you know any others in case he's not in The Italian Job?
Just Butch Cassidy and he wasn't in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, was he?
-I didn't see that.
-No, I don't think he was in that.
-What about The Italian Job?
-5 seconds left.
-Oh, lawks. I'm hoping Mr and Mrs Smith will get us through.
-There is your minute gone.
We're looking for Paul Newman films. I now need three answers.
-Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Italian Job.
-The Italian Job.
-And Mr and Mrs Smith.
-Of those three, what's your best punt?
-I'm really hoping that Mr and Mrs Smith...
-We'll put that third.
-What's your least likely pointless answer?
OK, let's put them up in that order. Here we go.
We're looking for Paul Newman films. This was your least confident pointless answer.
You only need one pointless answer to win that jackpot of £2,500 for your charity.
Let's see if this is right and, if it is, how many said it.
But will it go down to zero?
If it does, your charities benefit to the tune of £2,500.
Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid finishes on 26.
Not a pointless answer. You only have two more chances to win that jackpot of £2,500.
-Who are you giving your money to?
-If we win, we'll be giving it to Breast Cancer Care.
It's a fantastic charity about life with breast cancer and life after it.
-It's really positive and I really hope we win for that.
Let's hope one of your remaining answers, maybe both of them, are pointless.
We're looking for Paul Newman films. Your next answer is The Italian Job.
Let's see if that's correct and how many people said The Italian Job. Good luck.
Unfortunately, that's an incorrect answer, so not a pointless answer.
Everything now hinges on Mr and Mrs Smith. You're quite confident?
-I hope so.
-You've read the book.
-I've read the book, he stars in it with his wife.
They're an ageing couple. I just hope no one remembers it!
-I hope I'm the only person who saw it!
-And, as Ben says, everyone will be thinking of Brad and Angelina.
OK. Very, very best of luck. It'll be brilliant if you win this.
We're looking for Paul Newman films. This was the answer you had most faith in. Mr and Mrs Smith.
This is your last shot at that jackpot of £2,500. Is it right and how many people said it?
-What was it called, then? Mr and Mrs Jones?
-Oh, bad luck!
Oh, no! I'm sorry.
Oh, no, I'm so sorry!
-What was it called?
-Unfortunately, you didn't manage to find that crucial pointless answer.
We'll find out shortly what that was called. But you do, of course, get our Pointless trophy.
-But you didn't win the jackpot.
-Oh, dear. What is it?
It was a 1990 film with Joanne Woodward called Mr and Mrs Bridge.
-If you'd said that...
-Oh, we'd have won!
-..it was a pointless answer.
-Oh, so close and so far away!
You played so well throughout. Let's look at the pointless answers. A New Kind of Love from 1963,
Absence of Malice, Exodus was a pointless answer,
From The Terrace, Lady L with Sophia Loren
and there's Mr and Mrs Bridge. Paris Blues, The Prize and Alfred Hitchcock's Torn Curtain.
Donald Sutherland is in the remake of The Italian Job. He's the grizzled old guy in that.
-Did you know many of those?
-No, none of them, really.
-I didn't know any, so, you know.
That's really tough. You did very well.
-We fought off the competition.
-You did, but we have to say goodbye to you now.
It's been brilliant having you on the show. Thank you so much for playing.
I'm so sorry. It was nearly there.
And a massive thank you to Dick and Dom, Charlie and Susanna and Russell and Dawn.
Very well done to all of them.
So nobody's won our jackpot, but we thank our celebrities for taking part in Pointless.
We'll donate £500 to each pair's charity.
-Meanwhile, it's goodbye from Richard.
-And from me.
Subtitles by Subtext for Red Bee Media Ltd - 2011
Celebrities test the depths of their general knowledge in this special edition of the quiz, with Dick and Dom among the stars trying to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.