Episode 27 Two Tribes


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Episode 27

Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge.


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Good evening, everyone.

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A warm welcome to Two Tribes, the quiz show that puts your

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knowledge and your personality to the test.

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We've got seven brand-new contestants all ready to play.

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So let's meet them.

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I'm Rob, I am a writer and public speaker from Evesham.

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Hi there, I'm John, I'm a driving instructor

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from Finchley in North London.

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Hi, I'm Janet, I am a support analyst from Bristol.

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Hello, my name is Jane

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and I am a senior traffic agent at Heathrow Airport

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and I come from Weybridge in Surrey.

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Hi, I'm Vee. I am a science technician from Birmingham.

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High, my name is Louise

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and I am a train driver from Brighouse in West Yorkshire.

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Hi, Richard. I'm Max,

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I'm a marketing manager from St Albans in Hertfordshire.

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Welcome to you all. Lovely to meet you all.

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I got excited when John was a driving instructor.

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I then got more excited when Jane worked at the airport.

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Then I got so excited

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when I discovered Louise was a train driver.

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This is going to be brilliant. Welcome, all of you.

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Before the show you all completed our questionnaire.

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Loads of questions about yourselves. A few of them on the screen now.

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In each round we'll split you into two tribes

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based on who said yes and said no to some of these.

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Each tribe will face some general knowledge questions.

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All you have to do is make sure you are on the winning tribe.

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If you do that, you could be walking away with today's jackpot of £2,000.

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All the very best of luck. Let's find our first two tribes.

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Before the show, we asked you the following...

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'I am a Star Trek fan'. Who has admitted....

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There is a few guilty little smiles in our seven there.

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Let's see who said yes to that and who said no.

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Out Yes Tribe is Rob, John, Jane and Louise.

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Which means our No Tribe is Janet, Vee and Max.

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Everybody, join your tribes.

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'I am a Star Trek fan'.

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What tribe are you on at home?

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My mum is 100% on the Yes Tribe on this one.

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Let's talk to our Yes Tribe. John, always been a fan?

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Ever since the series was first aired in the 1960s.

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I've got every TV series, every movie, a load of books.

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Even cookbooks that have been produced by them, so...

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AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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-To my eternal shame.

-Right, honestly,

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I thought my mum liked Star Trek.

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-Goodness me, John. A Star Trek cookbook.

-Yeah.

-And Louise.

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Louise, when you're driving your train,

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do you ever think you're on the bridge of the starship Enterprise?

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-Do you ever pretend?

-Every day.

-I absolutely would.

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Well, good luck to our Yes Tribe. No Tribe. No Tribe.

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-Vee, now, you will soon look like you're in Star Trek.

-Thank you.

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But you're not a fan of the show? Have you ever seen it?

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I saw one episode years ago. Didn't care for it.

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-"I did not care for it."

-No.

-Max.

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Max, you've got a slight look of a Trekkie about you but, no.

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AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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Oh, come on, I don't mean it in that way. Max, ignore them.

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But, you know, you could believe you were a sci-fi fan.

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But you're not a Star Trek fan?

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No, I'm not generally a big sci-fi fan at all.

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Don't feel bad that I called you that.

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-You've got a good look, it's a strong look.

-Thank you.

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It's quite a hipster look, but...

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Oh, I'll shut up.

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LAUGHTER

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Yes Tribe, we will start with you. 60 seconds worth of questions.

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If you get one wrong, I'll pass it down the line.

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If all four of you get the same question wrong,

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your time will end immediately.

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The winning tribe will be through to the next round.

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Best of luck. Start the clock.

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Rob, the Jewish symbol, the Star of David, has how many points?

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Six.

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Correct. John, the word 'thicken' is an anagram of which

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room in a typical house?

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-Pass.

-Jane.

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-Pass.

-Louise.

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-Pass.

-Rob, to save your tribe.

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Kitchen.

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Correct. John, Rumer, Tallulah

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and Scout are daughters of Bruce Willis and which actress?

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-Don't know.

-Jane.

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-Pass.

-Louise.

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-Demi Moore.

-Correct.

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Rob, from 1714 to 1830 the throne was occupied by four kings who

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shared which regnal name?

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-James.

-Incorrect. John.

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-Henry.

-Incorrect. Jane.

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-George.

-Correct, Louise,

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In which month of the year were the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics held?

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-February.

-Correct.

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Rob, a series of books by Charlie Higson follows which famous

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fictional spy in his younger years?

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James Bond.

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Is the correct answer. John...

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Oh, at the end of the round, Yes Tribe,

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I don't know how you managed it, but you got six points.

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APPLAUSE

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It kept looking like they were going to lose it, didn't it?

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Every single question, virtually.

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But six points, you managed to get which means, No Tribe,

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seven points will see you into the next round.

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Very best of luck. Start the clock. Janet.

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From 1661, Sir Isaac Newton studied

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at which prestigious British university?

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-Cambridge.

-Correct. Vee.

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In the abbreviation used to describe heart rate,

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the letters BPM stand for beats per WHAT?

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-Minute.

-Correct. Max.

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With which musical instrument was the jazz musician Miles Davis

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most famously associated?

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-Saxophone.

-Incorrect. Janet.

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-Clarinet.

-Incorrect. Vee to save your tribe.

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Pass.

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The answer was trumpet.

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And at the end of that, you managed to score...

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I thought YOU did badly!

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THEY LAUGH

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We are very lucky.

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No Tribe, at the end of that, you scored two points I'm afraid which

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means with six points, Yes Tribe, you are through to the next round.

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No Tribe, you are the losing tribe so we have to lose one of you.

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You are playing for survival.

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Two of you will be in the next round but one of you will be leaving us.

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Fingers on buzzers, please. Very best of luck to you all.

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In 2012, Barack Obama successfully defeated which Republican...

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Max.

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Mitt Romney.

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..successfully defeated which Republican candidate for

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the presidency of the United States? Mitt Romney is the correct answer.

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Max, you are through to the next round.

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Janet and Vee. One of you will be through to the next round,

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one of you will be leaving us. It all comes down to this question.

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I wish you both the very best of luck.

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Now the subject of a well-known pantomime,

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which legendary figure was the Mayor of London police three times...

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-Janet.

-Dick Whittington.

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..at least three times in the 14th and 15th centuries?

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Dick Whittington is the correct answer.

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Janet, you are through to the next round.

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-Vee.

-Ugh.

-I'm so sorry. Have you had a nice day with us?

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-I've had a lovely day, thank you.

-Excellent.

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Sorry we won't find any more about you. It's been a pleasure.

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For our remaining six players, however,

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it's time to find two brand-new tribes.

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So a win for our Star Trek fans.

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But I think perhaps we should forget that round ever existed.

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Let's start from now. Everyone's got a clean slate, OK?

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We'll split you into two brand-new tribes.

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Let's see how we are going to do it.

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Before the show, we asked you the following...

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Let's see who said yes and who said no to that.

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The Yes Tribe is Rob, Janet, and Jane.

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Our No Tribe is John, Louise, and Max.

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Everybody, join your tribes.

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I eat breakfast every day. I am on the Yes Tribe here.

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I never, ever miss an opportunity to have a meal. No Tribe.

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Louise, as a train driver,

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surely you've got to have a hearty breakfast before work?

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Not when you get up at supper time.

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-Oh, OK. So sometimes your shifts mean you can't have breakfast.

-Yeah.

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But that means you can have a cooked breakfast

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-at 5.00 in the afternoon which would be a amazing.

-Absolutely.

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Oh, I'd love to do that! Max.

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Max, you don't like Star Trek, you don't eat breakfast...

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-I do eat breakfast, just not every single day.

-Just not every day.

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When I remember to.

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-When you remember to?

-Yeah. Pretty much.

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-But there so many lovely things to have for breakfast.

-No.

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-I've got to have porridge.

-You've got to have porridge?

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I've got to be good.

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I suppose I wouldn't have breakfast every day...

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It's very easy to forget porridge.

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It is easy to forget, you're quite right,

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it is easy to forget porridge.

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-Rob. You would never miss a breakfast?

-Oh, no.

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4am onwards I could eat the planet.

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-Got to keep the energy up at all times.

-Oh, yes.

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We're not buying this from Max, are we?

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-Janet.

-Yes?

-Favourite breakfast?

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I do like it cooked breakfast but only occasionally. As a treat.

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-As a treat, but you would never skip it?

-No. Never skip brekkie.

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Never skip brekkie, kids.

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Jane. What's your favourite meal of the day?

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I think it's breakfast actually.

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I'm a bit of a fitness freak so I like fibre, blueberries,

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and semi-skimmed milk and raspberries every day.

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-It's lovely.

-Mmm.

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Fibre and semi-skimmed milk. You see what you're missing?

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Yeah, that's the reason.

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We'll start with our No Tribe. 60 seconds worth of questions.

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If you get one wrong, we'll pass it down.

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If you all get it wrong your time will end immediately.

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Try and get higher scores than that first round, please.

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The winning tribe will be through to our next round.

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Very best of luck to you. Start the clock.

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John. Which first name is shared by a famous Russian author

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called Pasternak and a Russian president called Yeltsin?

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-Boris.

-Correct. Louise.

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What is the name of the London Tube line formerly known

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as the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway?

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-Pass.

-Max.

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-Bakerloo line.

-Correct. John.

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Waldorf Salad and The Germans are the titles of episodes

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from which classic 1970s comedy series?

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-Pass.

-Louise.

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-Hogan's Heroes.

-Incorrect. Max.

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Erm...

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Waldorf Salad and The Germans are titles of episodes

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from which classic 1970s comedy series?

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Are You Being Served?

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I said get a bigger score!

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-Anyone on the Yes Tribe?

-Fawlty Towers.

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Fawlty Towers is the answer to that.

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At the end of that round, No Tribe, you scored two points.

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Two points.

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Somebody should've had breakfast this morning.

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Yes Tribe.

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Three points is what you need to get through to the next round.

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Very, very best of luck. Start the clock.

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Rob. Which US city was the intended final destination

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of the Titanic's maiden voyage?

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-New York.

-Correct. Janet.

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In which children's novel by Carlo Collodi

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does the carpenter Geppetto first appear?

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-Pinocchio.

-Correct. Jane to win.

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In the abbreviation for the American government agency,

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what does the letter 'B' stand for in FBI?

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-Bureau.

-Is the right answer.

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With a huge three points, Yes Tribe,

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you are through to the next round. Take your places in the centre.

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No Tribe. Goodness me. Two points.

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It means you are the losing tribe.

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It means we have to lose one of you, I'm afraid.

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Fingers on buzzers, please. You're playing for survival.

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Very best of luck to you all.

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The orchestral suite entitled The Planets

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is one of the best-known works of which...

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-John.

-Gustav Holst.

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..of which English composer? Holst is the correct answer.

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John, you are through to the next round.

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Louise.

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Max.

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We're going to lose one of you, I'm afraid.

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It all comes down to this one question.

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Very best of luck to you both.

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Which actor plays Jesse Pinkman in the US TV series Breaking Bad?

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-Max.

-Aaron Paul.

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It's the correct answer, Max. You are through to the next round.

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-Louise.

-I know.

-Louise, thank you so much for playing.

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-Have you enjoyed your time with us?

-I have. It's been wonderful.

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It's been lovely having you. Thank you for playing.

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For our remaining five contestants,

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it's time to find our next two tribes.

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Max, you've been on both losing tribes

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but saved yourself both times.

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Very impressive. We'll split into two brand-new tribes now.

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Before the show we asked the following...

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I have a crush on a politician.

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Interesting.

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We haven't specified which one. I have a crush on a politician.

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Our Yes Tribe is Rob and Max.

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Our No Tribe is John, Janet, and Jane.

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Everybody, join your tribes.

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So I have a crush on a politician. Tough one to say yes to.

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You are two brave men there on the Yes Tribe.

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Rob, one obvious question presents itself -

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which politician do you have a crush on?

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It's Esther McVey.

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-Esther McVey?

-Oh, yes.

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Oh, Rob. You're so naughty. Any others or just Esther?

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-That's probably enough.

-Is she the local MP of yours?

-No.

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-Are you thinking of moving so she is?

-Absolutely not.

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She must come to me.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Ooh!

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You hear that, Esther? There's one vote in it for you, Esther.

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Max, your political crush?

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Um...

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Possibly in the UK, Louise Mensch, former MP.

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Yep.

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In America, Hil Rod.

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Oh, really? You're a Hillary Clinton admirer?

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Goodness. She's in her mid-60s, Max.

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-Late

-60s. How old are you?

-22.

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Max!

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Goodness me. What would your girlfriend say?

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Um...

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LAUGHTER

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No Tribe. No Tribe, you're not attracted to the power, John?

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Uh...

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No, I've been under the thumb for 32 years so...

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We will start with our No Tribe.

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We'll give you 60 seconds worth of questions.

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If you get one wrong I'll pass it down.

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If all get the same question wrong, your time will end immediately.

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The winning tribe in this round will be through to our final four.

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Very best of luck to you all. Try and get four or more.

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That would be lovely.

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Very best of luck. Start the clock. John.

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A sextet is a group of how many people?

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-Six.

-Correct. Janet.

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In the Where's Wally puzzle books,

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the stripes on Wally's jumper are white and which other colour?

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-Red.

-Correct. Jane.

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Pneumonia affects which organs in the human body?

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-Lungs.

-Correct. John.

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Released in 1974, what girl's name forms the title

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of Stephen King's first published novel?

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-Carrie.

-Correct. Janet.

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Tracy Turnblad is the central character in which musical?

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-Hairspray.

-Correct. Jane.

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Which small European country is situated on the slopes

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of Mount Titano?

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-Italy.

-Incorrect. John.

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-Pass.

-Janet to save your tribe.

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Monaco.

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Incorrect, I'm afraid. The answer was San Marino.

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At the end of that round, No Tribe,

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you scored what for this show is a phenomenally high five points.

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Yes Tribe, six points will see you through to our final four.

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Very best of luck. Start the clock. Rob.

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The Industrial Revolution is generally regarded as beginning

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in Britain in which century?

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-18th.

-Correct. Max.

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Which animal features on the logo of the film company MGM Studios?

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-Lion.

-Correct. Rob.

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Manga is a style of comic book and graphic novel

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that originates from which Asian country?

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-Korea.

-Incorrect. Max.

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-Japan.

-Correct. Rob.

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In 2003, David Beckham was transferred from Manchester United

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to which Spanish club?

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-Barcelona.

-Incorrect. Max.

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-Real Madrid.

-Correct. Rob.

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Kal-El is the birthname of which superhero?

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-Superman.

-Correct. Max.

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Biddy Baxter was the long-standing editor of which

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long-running BBC children's TV programme?

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Erm...

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-Blue Peter.

-Is the right answer.

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And with six points, our winning tribe, it's the Yes Tribe.

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Please take your places in the centre.

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No Tribe, I'm so sorry. You are the losing tribe.

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We have to lose one of you.

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Two of you will be in our final four, one of you will be leaving.

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Fingers on buzzers, please.

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Which boys name represents the letter 'M'

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in the NATO phonetic alphabet?

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-John.

-Mike.

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Is the correct answer. John, you're through to the next round.

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Janet, Jane.

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One of you will be leaving us,

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one of you will be going through to our final four.

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It all comes down to this one question.

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I wish you the very best of luck.

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In the video to her 2000 UK hit single Spinning Around,

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Kylie Minogue famously...

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Jane.

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BUZZER

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..Kylie Minogue famously wore what colour hot pants? Gold.

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It does mean, however, Janet, you are in our next round.

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Jane. What did you think the question was going to be?

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-I don't know.

-LAUGHTER

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-You thought you just buzz in just for the...

-Just for the hell of it.

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Jane, thank you for playing Two Tribes today.

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It's been a pleasure getting to know you.

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Sorry you're not in our final four.

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For our final four, it's time to find our next two tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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Congratulations to our final four.

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That was bit more like it, I have to say.

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As you know, the final four is where things change a little.

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It's always to the two-vs-two and on the buzzers,

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and at the end of this round,

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two of you will be going through to play in today's final

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with the chance to win that £2,000 jackpot.

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Two of you will be leaving immediately. No more second chances.

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So, let's see how we're going to split you.

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Before the show, we asked you the following...

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That's nice. Let's find out who said yes, who said no.

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The Yes Tribe is Rob and John,

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which means they No Tribe is Janet and Max.

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Everybody, join your tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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Rob, a snow fan?

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Yeah, I like snow, it's pretty and it's white and it flutters.

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Makes everything look slightly different, that's the best thing.

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-And it's quiet, that's the nice thing.

-It is quiet, isn't it?

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I haven't really considered how quiet snow is,

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but you're absolutely right. But I can't believe, No Tribe,

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that you don't like snow, despite how quiet it is.

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Max, your back on your negative vibe here now.

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Absolutely furious about snow?

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Hmm, somewhat.

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Or slightly indifferent to snow?

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I enjoyed it as a kid,

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but when you get to being a bit older,

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it just becomes really annoying in every way, shape or form.

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-Do you not like sledging?

-I'd rather sunbathe than sledge.

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-What, in the snow?!

-LAUGHTER

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-Janet.

-Yeah.

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Snowballs, skidding,

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snowmen, sledging

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-and a fifth thing that I can't think of.

-Skiing?

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-No, not skiing, I hate to ski.

-THEY LAUGH

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Oh, now I hate snow.

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-But, really, nothing for you in the snow?

-It's cold.

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-Yes. That's not the snow's fault, to be fair.

-No, it's winter.

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But it's cold and wet and slippy.

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So you're like Max, you'd rather be somewhere hot?

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-Somewhere hot and sunny.

-Now, this round is all on the buzzer.

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The first tribe to score five points

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will be going through to today's final.

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For the losing tribe, it is game over.

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Very best of luck to all of you.

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Here's your first question.

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A painting by Sir John Everett Millais

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depicts which female Shakespearean character drowning in a...

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Janet?

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-Ophelia.

-..drowning in a stream?

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Ophelia is the correct answer, Janet. Well played.

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One-nil to the No Tribe.

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Which word beginning with Z is given to the branch of biology

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that is concerned with... John?

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-Zoology.

-..the branch of biology that is concerned with

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the behaviour, structure, physiology and classification of animals?

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Zoology is the correct answer, John. One point each.

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Bastille, Opera and Commerce

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are all stops on the underground train system

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of which European capital city? John?

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-Paris.

-Correct answer, John. Well played.

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Two-one to the Yes Tribe.

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Which Little Britain character played by Matt Lucas

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is known for saying, "No..."? Rob?

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Andy.

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That's not the right answer I'm afraid, Rob.

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I'll hand it over to the No Tribe.

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Which Little Britain character played by Matt Lucas

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is known for saying, "No, but yeah, but no, but yeah, but.."?

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-Vicky Pollard.

-Yeah.

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-Vicky Pollard.

-Is the correct answer.

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Well played, Janet. Two points each.

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In 2014, Jacques Rainier became the Crown Prince

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of which European principality? Max?

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-Monaco.

-Is the correct answer, Max. Well played.

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Three points to the No Tribe, two points to the Yes Tribe.

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Five points sees you in today's final.

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According to IBF rules, what is the maximum number of rounds

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fought during a professional championship...? Max?

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-12?

-..fought during a professional championship boxing match.

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12 is the correct answer, Max. Well played.

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No Tribe, you're on four points.

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You are one correct answer away from playing in today's final

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and a chance of winning that £2,000 jackpot.

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Yes Tribe, you are still three points

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from reaching that final. So it could all come down to this.

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Very best of luck to everybody.

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Which 1960 John Wayne film

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told the story of a small group of Texan fighters

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defending a former... Rob?

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The Alamo.

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..small group of Texan fighters

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defending a former Franciscan mission from Mexican forces?

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The Alamo is the correct answer, Rob. It is four plays three.

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No Tribe, you are still one correct answer

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from playing in today's final.

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Yes Tribe, you are two correct answers away from the final.

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Best of luck to everybody.

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Named after a US doctor,

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which emergency procedure for dislodging food...? Rob?

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Heimlich...manoeuvre.

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..from the windpipe of someone who is choking

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is also known as abdominal thrusts?

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Heimlich or Heimlich manoeuvre is the correct answer, Rob.

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It's four-all.

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No Tribe, four, Yes Tribe, four.

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First tribe to five points is playing in today's final.

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You will have the chance to win that £2,000 jackpot.

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It all comes down to this one question.

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Very best of luck to both tribes.

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Rob and John, Janet and Max,

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fingers on buzzers, good luck.

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The characters Iron Man, Captain America and Thor

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all appear together in which 20...? Max?

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The Avengers Assemble.

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..all appear together in which 2012 feature film?

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The Avengers Assemble is the correct answer.

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No Tribe, five-four, you're in today's final.

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APPLAUSE

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Goodness me, well played, Janet and Max.

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-That was scary comeback, wasn't it?

-Yeah.

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Very, very well done.

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Rob and John, you really made a fight of that.

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Very well played. Have you enjoyed your time with us today?

0:21:370:21:40

-Good stuff, yes.

-Thank you so much.

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But for Janet and Max, it's time to play today's Two Tribes final.

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APPLAUSE

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Janet and Max, congratulations.

0:21:470:21:50

-That was a tense one, wasn't it?

-It was.

-Yeah.

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A tense final four. But very well played to both of you.

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We've split you into your very own tribes now.

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It's Janet versus Max.

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We've also given you your very own 45-second clock.

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You have to protect that clock at all costs.

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The first question, and only the first question,

0:22:030:22:05

will be on the buzzer.

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Get it right, your opponent's clock will start ticking down.

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It'll keep ticking down until they get a question right,

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then your clock will start ticking down.

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Your challenge is to force your opponent's clock down to zero, and

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if you do that, you'll be playing for today's jackpot of £2,000.

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Wish you both the very best of luck.

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Janet, Max, let's play the Two Tribes final.

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APPLAUSE

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So this first question is on the buzzer.

0:22:280:22:30

In a series of stories and novels written by PG Wodehouse,

0:22:300:22:33

the Empress of Blandings is what animal?

0:22:330:22:35

-Janet?

-A pig.

-Is the correct answer.

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It means that as soon as I start the next question,

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Max, your clock will start ticking down.

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Max, Queen Victoria celebrated her diamond jubilee

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in which decade of the 19th century?

0:22:450:22:47

Erm, the first decade, 1910.

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It was 1890s. Max, the textile pattern

0:22:490:22:51

made up of broken checks usually in black and white

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is now as hounds what?

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-Pass.

-Tooth.

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Max, in the BBC TV drama series Merlin,

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Bradley James played which legendary King?

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-Pass.

-It was King Arthur.

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Max, which children's author wrote The Faraway Tree series of books?

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-Enid Blyton.

-Correct.

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Janet, which word from the French for morning

0:23:060:23:08

refers to a play or show performed during the daytime?

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-Matinee.

-Correct.

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Max, which city is the capital of the German state of Bavaria?

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-Munich.

-Correct.

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Janet, how many faces does a dodecahedron have?

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-12.

-Correct.

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Max, in which 1973 horror film

0:23:200:23:22

is Regan MacNeil possessed by a mysterious entity?

0:23:220:23:25

Erm...pass.

0:23:250:23:26

The Exorcist.

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Max, which French pop duo had a UK hit single in 1997

0:23:270:23:30

with Around The World?

0:23:300:23:32

-Pass.

-It was Daft Punk.

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Max, which tax was first levied in the UK on April Fools' Day in 1973?

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Income tax.

0:23:370:23:38

It was VAT, I'm afraid,

0:23:380:23:40

and it means, with 38 seconds left on the clock,

0:23:400:23:43

a visibly shocked winner today, it's Janet.

0:23:430:23:46

APPLAUSE

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-Oh, Max. It's OK.

-I know.

0:23:500:23:53

-You've had a nice day, haven't you?

-Yeah, it's been good fun.

-Excellent.

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Janet...it is time to play for today's jackpot.

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APPLAUSE

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Janet, that was a great final for you, wasn't it?

0:24:020:24:06

It was very good.

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So you've got all the way through to the jackpot round.

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You now have the opportunity to win some money.

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It wasn't won last time, so it stands at £2,000.

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So one question for £2,000.

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Let's take a look at your categories.

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Would you like your final question to be about...

0:24:180:24:21

-Harry Potter.

-Dream category?

0:24:230:24:25

It should be fairly good, I've read all the books.

0:24:250:24:28

Excellent. It sounded like one you were happy with.

0:24:280:24:30

Excellent, so Harry Potter is your category.

0:24:300:24:32

There's also millions of people at home

0:24:320:24:34

cheering that you chose that as well.

0:24:340:24:36

They're going, "Don't go for currencies, go for Harry Potter!"

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Let's take a look at what your final question is.

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That's an acting credit according to IMDb.

0:24:500:24:53

Those are your Two Tribes.

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Here are your four answers...

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Your job is to put all four of those answers

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into their correct tribes.

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There can be four in one tribe, zero in another,

0:25:100:25:12

three in one or two in two. Could go any way whatsoever.

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If you put all four of them into their correct tribes,

0:25:150:25:17

you're going to walk away with £2,000.

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So, Janet, two tribes, four answers, £2,000.

0:25:200:25:23

-You ready to play?

-Yeah.

-Let's play.

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All right, Ralph Fiennes was Lord Voldemort,

0:25:250:25:28

so he's in the Yes Tribe.

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So we'll put Ralph Fiennes into Yes. There he goes.

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And Julie Walters was the mum, so she's in the Yes Tribe.

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So Julie Walters in Yes as well.

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Stephen Fry narrated the audiobooks,

0:25:380:25:41

but I'm pretty sure he wasn't in any of the films.

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So I think he's in the No Tribe.

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let's put Stephen Fry in the No Tribe.

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And I don't think Judi Dench was in any of the films,

0:25:470:25:50

so I'll put her in the No Tribe as well.

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So put her in the No Tribe.

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That was pretty quick, Janet, I have to say.

0:25:530:25:56

-Looking at those, are you happy with them?

-Yes.

0:25:560:25:59

-Shall we lock them in?

-Yes.

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Let's lock them in.

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Very, very swift indeed.

0:26:020:26:05

Do you agree at home?

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I'm sure you put them into two tribes as well.

0:26:060:26:08

You need to get all four of these right, Janet.

0:26:080:26:10

If you do that, you're going to walk away with £2,000.

0:26:100:26:14

I wish you the very, very best of luck.

0:26:140:26:16

Ralph Fiennes, you say, plays Lord Voldemort.

0:26:170:26:19

So I've acted in a Harry Potter film,

0:26:190:26:21

Ralph Fiennes, are in the Yes Tribe?

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Yep, you knew that one. Very well done.

0:26:280:26:30

You were certain of the second one, as well, you gave us, Julie Walters.

0:26:300:26:33

So, Julie Walters, I've acted in a Harry Potter film,

0:26:330:26:36

are you in the Yes Tribe?

0:26:360:26:37

Yes, Molly Weasley, as you said.

0:26:420:26:44

So you were absolutely certain on both of those.

0:26:440:26:47

The other two, you never know.

0:26:470:26:49

You've got to get all four of them right to win £2,000,

0:26:490:26:52

you are halfway there.

0:26:520:26:54

Stephen Fry, you said he did the audiobooks,

0:26:540:26:56

but didn't have a role in any of the films, not even a small role.

0:26:560:27:00

I wonder if people at home agree.

0:27:000:27:02

I've acted in a Harry Potter,

0:27:020:27:04

Stephen Fry, are you in the No Tribe?

0:27:040:27:07

Absolutely right, Janet.

0:27:110:27:14

You are three quarters of the way there.

0:27:140:27:16

Just Judi Dench standing between you and £2,000.

0:27:170:27:22

So...here we go, Janet.

0:27:220:27:25

Been a terrific show.

0:27:250:27:27

You fought incredibly hard with that five-four in the final four,

0:27:270:27:30

and now you are one question away from our £2,000 jackpot.

0:27:300:27:33

I wish you very, very best of luck.

0:27:330:27:36

I've acted in a Harry Potter film,

0:27:360:27:39

Judi Dench, for £2,000,

0:27:390:27:42

are you in the No Tribe?

0:27:420:27:44

Absolutely right, Janet.

0:27:490:27:51

Very well played.

0:27:510:27:52

APPLAUSE

0:27:520:27:55

Well, congratulations.

0:27:550:27:57

What a lovely end to the show.

0:27:590:28:02

-What a nice category for you, Harry Potter was, wasn't it?

-It was good.

0:28:020:28:05

Janet, £2,000.

0:28:050:28:07

What are you going to do with that?

0:28:070:28:08

I'm going on holiday, I'm going to Madagascar shortly,

0:28:080:28:11

so that will actually pay for my holiday.

0:28:110:28:13

Absolutely lovely. Have a brilliant time.

0:28:130:28:15

It's been a terrific show, it's been lovely getting to know.

0:28:150:28:18

Thank you so much for playing.

0:28:180:28:19

We hope you'll join us again next time

0:28:190:28:21

when seven brand-new contestants will be trying to do

0:28:210:28:23

exactly what Janet just did. Will see you then on Two Tribes.

0:28:230:28:26

APPLAUSE

0:28:260:28:28