Episode 28 Two Tribes


Episode 28

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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APPLAUSE

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Good evening, everyone, and a very warm welcome to Two Tribes,

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the quiz show where you never know whose side you're going to be on.

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

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-so let's meet them.

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I'm Andrew, a local government officer,

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from Bridgend in South Wales.

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I'm Phil, I'm a sports writer from Sheffield.

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I'm Akua, I'm an executive assistant from Croydon, South London.

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My name's Chris. I'm a council inspector from Coventry.

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My name's Colette.

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I'm a Masters student from Yelvertoft in Northamptonshire.

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I'm Darren, I'm a librarian from Newtownabbey in County Antrim.

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I'm Sheri.

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I'm a retired computer programmer from Rutland in the East Midlands.

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APPLAUSE

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Welcome to you all. Lovely to have you here.

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Before the show, you all filled in a big questionnaire,

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answering all sorts of questions. There's a few of them up there.

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In each round, we're going to split you into Two Tribes,

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

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Each tribe will then face a series of general knowledge questions.

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All you've got to do is make sure you're on the winning tribe.

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If you do that, you could be playing for today's £1,000 jackpot.

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Very best of luck to you all. Let's find our first Two Tribes.

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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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Our Yes Tribe are Phil, Chris and Colette,

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which means our No Tribe is Andrew, Akua, Darren and Sheri.

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-Everybody, join your tribes.

-APPLAUSE

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What tribe are you on at home?

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I'm on the No Tribe, I'll tell you that for nothing.

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I would be with the Noes every day of the week.

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Darren, you're a librarian, surely your life is full of risk!

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Oh! I was just about to say - we're not...

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I'm not averse to risk, but we are a conservative, with a small C,

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bunch, on the whole.

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-A quiet risk.

-Quiet risk.

-Andrew, not a risk taker?

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No, not if I can help it. I prefer to stay in bed!

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That's exactly right.

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Although, for some of us, that's a risk in itself, Andrew.

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Now, look at this Yes Tribe. It's like watching an episode of Jackass.

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LAUGHTER

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-Phil, your life is one big long risk.

-Yeah, I'd go that far, yeah.

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I like a gamble, I like a bet, so I suppose that's inherently risky.

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-Colette, what sort of risks do you take?

-I take ones that scare me.

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I think that unless you do things in life that scare you,

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then it doesn't... You've got to get the adrenaline going.

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You do physical things, you do bungee jumps, stuff like that?

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-I'm going to be doing a skydive later this year.

-Colette!

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That sounds awful, doesn't it? Can you imagine?

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Colette, it's very impressive though, I have to say.

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Is there anyone here for whom coming on Two Tribes would be

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considered a risk?

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Going on the Underground was a bit of a risk!

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LAUGHTER

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Very, very good, Andrew. We will start with our No Tribe.

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I'm going to give you 60 seconds' worth of questions.

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If you get one wrong, I'll pass it down the line. If all four of you get the same question wrong,

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your time will end immediately. The winning tribe will be through to the next round.

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Start the clock.

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Andrew, the musical instrument maker Antonio Stradivari is most

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closely associated with which stringed instrument?

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-Violin.

-Correct.

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Akua, what is the main alcoholic ingredient in a Margarita cocktail?

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-Rum.

-Incorrect. Darren?

-Gin.

-Incorrect. Sheri?

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-Tequila.

-Correct.

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Andrew, which rugby term can also be used to describe a disorderly

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crowd or struggle?

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-Scrum.

-Correct. Akua, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

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and Time After Time were 1980s UK hits for which singer?

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-Pass.

-Darren?

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-Cyndi Lauper.

-Correct.

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Sheri, in the UK, the Antipodes is an informal way of referring

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to Australia and which other country?

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-New Zealand.

-Correct.

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Andrew, The Pied Piper Of Hamelin is a poem written by the English

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poet called Robert who?

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-Pass.

-Akua?

-Pass.

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-Darren?

-Browning.

-Correct.

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Sheri, lockjaw is another term for which infection?

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-Tetanus.

-Correct.

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Andrew, the 2006 hit Sexy Back was which singer's first UK

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number one single?

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-Pass.

-Akua?

-Justin Timberlake.

-Correct.

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Darren, the New Jersey Devils

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and the Anaheim Ducks are teams that compete in which sport?

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-Ice hockey.

-Correct.

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Sheri, what is the surname of James, the archenemy of Sherlock Holmes?

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It was Moriarty. At the end of that round, No Tribe,

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you've scored a very nice nine points.

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APPLAUSE

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Well played. Yes Tribe, fancy a little risk?

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Ten points is what you need to see you safely into the next round.

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Very best of luck. Start the clock.

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Phil, something that is easy to do is often referred

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to as a piece of which sweet baked food?

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-Cake.

-Correct.

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Chris, what is the name of Elvis Presley's

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mansion in Memphis, Tennessee, where he died in 1977?

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Nashville.

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-Incorrect. Colette?

-Can you repeat the question, please?

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What is the name of Elvis Presley's mansion in Memphis,

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Tennessee, where he died in 1977?

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-Pass.

-Phil?

-Graceland.

-Correct.

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Chris, in 2012,

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which DJ became the host of BBC Radio 1's Breakfast Show?

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-Zoe Ball.

-Incorrect. Colette?

-Chris Evans.

-Incorrect.

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-Phil, to save your tribe.

-Nick Grimshaw.

-Is the right answer.

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Chris, a written acknowledgement of debt is commonly referred

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to by what three letter abbreviation?

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-Pass.

-Colette?

-IOU.

-Correct.

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Phil, Andrew Gale, Darren Gough and Geoffrey Boycott have all

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captained which English county cricket team?

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-Yorkshire.

-Correct.

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Chris, which British Army officer founded the Boy Scout

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movement in 1908?

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-Pass.

-Colette?

-Lord Baden-Powell.

-Correct.

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Phil, according to the title of a song in Disney's Peter Pan,

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you should never smile at which animal?

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-Crocodile.

-Correct.

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So, at the end of that round, largely thanks to Phil,

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you scored seven points.

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It means with nine points, No Tribe, you're our winning tribe.

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-You're through to the next round.

-APPLAUSE

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Yes Tribe, seven points. I'm afraid it means you are the losing tribe.

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One of you will be going home. This will be exciting for you, Colette.

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On the buzzer, a lot of jeopardy, get the heart racing,

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a little bit of adrenaline. One of you will be leaving us,

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two of you will be through to the next round.

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It all comes down to a series of questions on the buzzer.

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I wish you all the very best of luck.

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Following his victory at the 2015 Brisbane International,

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which tennis player became only the third man in history to have

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-won 1,000 ATP matches in his career?

-BUZZER

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Phil?

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-Roger Federer.

-Is the correct answer, Phil.

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-You're through to the next round.

-APPLAUSE

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Chris, Colette, one of you will be leaving us, one of you will be through to the next round.

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Very best of luck to you both. What common name is given to the layer of dermal fat of sea

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-mammals, such as whales, which...?

-BUZZER

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-Chris?

-Blubber.

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Which provides insulation and stores energy. Blubber is the correct answer.

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-Chris, you're through to the next round.

-APPLAUSE

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-Colette!

-Yeah, too slow there.

-Colette, thank you so much for playing.

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Sorry we don't get to know anything more about you.

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For our remaining six players, it's time to find two brand-new tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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Well played there.

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Well played, our No Tribe, and also to Phil and to Sheri.

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You got all of your questions right in that last round. Very impressive.

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Let's find two new tribes.

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Before the show, we asked you the following:

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I know what tribe I'm on here as well, I tell you.

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Our Yes Tribe is Andrew, Akua and Chris,

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which means our No Tribe is Phil, Darren and Sheri.

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-Everybody, join your tribes.

-APPLAUSE

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Yes Tribe, Andrew and Akua, once again,

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I find myself drawn to your tribe here.

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Andrew, what's your favourite thing to eat?

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Anything with plenty of sugar in it.

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-Desserts, sweets, cakes, chocolate...

-Oh! Stop it!

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LAUGHTER

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Oh!

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I feel your pain, Andrew.

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Akua, what's your favourite sort of thing to eat?

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-Gummy sweets, lemon posset, cheesecake...

-Oh! Man, oh, man!

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We're standing here, everyone at home's having their tea.

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You can have something sweet, we can't. Chris, sweet tooth?

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Yeah, definitely. I'll eat anything.

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It doesn't matter if it's sweet or savoury. I like all food.

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-So, you've got an everything tooth.

-Yeah! I never turn down food.

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Never turn down food. Very wise.

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No Tribe, I find this very unusual. Darren?

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I would rather have a starter than a sweet, but whenever the dessert

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trolley comes round, I make a dive for the cheeseboard.

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-Sheri, not a sweet tooth?

-Not particularly, no.

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I'm a cheese freak as well.

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I'll eat any sort of cheese, any time, anywhere.

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-I think the No Tribe are more sophisticated and I count myself as a member of the Yes Tribe.

-Good.

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We will start with our Yes Tribe. 60 seconds' worth of questions.

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

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If all three of you get the same question wrong, your time ends.

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The winning tribe will be safely through to the next round.

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Best of luck to you all. Start the clock.

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Andrew, first presented by Jim Davidson in the early '90s,

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the TV game show Big Break centred around which sport?

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-Snooker.

-Correct.

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Akua, what is the main ingredient of the Italian sauce passata?

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-Tomatoes.

-Correct.

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Chris, Simon Le Bon is the frontman of which British band whose

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hits have included Rio and Ordinary World?

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-Duran Duran.

-Correct.

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Andrew, which carnivorous dinosaur has a name meaning tyrant lizard?

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-Tyrannosaurus Rex.

-Correct.

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Akua, the name of which city in Morocco means white

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house in Spanish?

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-Agadir.

-Incorrect. Chris?

-Marrakech.

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Incorrect. Andrew, to save your tribe?

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I don't know. Pass.

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The answer was... Anyone on the No Tribe?

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Casablanca.

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Casablanca. Absolutely right.

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At the end of that round, Yes Tribe, you scored four points.

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APPLAUSE

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No Tribe, five points will see you into the next round.

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Very, very best of luck. Start the clock.

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Phil, which X Factor judge has managed both Boyzone and Westlife?

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-Louis Walsh.

-Correct. Darren, in UK supermarkets,

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the lid of whole milk is traditionally which primary colour?

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-Blue.

-Correct.

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Sheri, which word can be used to refer to

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the flow of water in a stream or electricity round a circuit?

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-Pass.

-Phil?

-Current.

-Correct.

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Darren, since 1952, who has been the head of the Church of England?

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-The Archbishop of Canterbury.

-Incorrect. Sheri?

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-The Queen.

-Correct.

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Phil, to win, which of the UK's National Parks is the only

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one to begin with the letter E?

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Exmoor.

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Correct answer and with five points, No Tribe,

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-you're into the next round.

-APPLAUSE

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Oh, Yes Tribe, I can't believe it.

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The sugar has rotted all of our brains!

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One of you, I'm afraid, is going to have to be leaving us.

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I'm going to ask you a series of questions on the buzzer.

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Get one right, you'll be in to the next round. Get one wrong, you will be leaving us immediately.

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Very best of luck to you all.

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In 2006, Lordi won the Eurovision Song Contest with

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-Hard Rock Hallelujah, representing which Nordic...?

-BUZZER

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-Andrew.

-Finland.

-Representing which Nordic country.

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The correct answer, Andrew, is Finland. You're through to the next round.

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APPLAUSE

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Akua and Chris, 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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Which 1990s TV series starred Derek Jacobi as a medieval

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Benedictine monk who solves mysteries?

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BUZZER

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-Chris?

-Cadfael.

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It's the correct answer, Chris. You're through to the next round.

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APPLAUSE

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-Akua...

-Yeah.

-Unlucky.

-Highly unlucky. I knew Casablanca as well.

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-With respect, Akua, you didn't know it.

-Yeah.

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Akua, it's been lovely having you on the show.

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-Sorry we don't get to know any more about you. Have some pudding on us.

-Thank you for having me.

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For our remaining five contestants, it's time to find the next Two Tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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Well done to our final five. I'm going to split you into two new tribes now.

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Before the show, we asked you the following:

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OK. I Believe In The Afterlife. The No Tribe is Phil, Andrew and Sheri,

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and our Yes Tribe is Chris and Darren. Everybody, join your tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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So, Yes Tribe, we're probably not going to solve this question once and for all

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on today's show, but Darren, you believe in some form of afterlife.

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Well, I'm going to refer you back to the first question, are you one of life's risk takers,

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and I thought it might be a wee bit risky to say no to this question.

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That is a chicken's way out, Darren. It really is.

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Andrew, I was more comfortable talking to you about sweets. Don't believe there's anything?

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No, I've always been a believer that you're only here once

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-and that's it, basically.

-Make the most of it while you're here.

-Yeah.

-And Sheri? You don't believe?

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No, I believe when you're gone, you're gone, that's it.

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-Perhaps, in some people's memories, but not yourself.

-Keep it light.

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LAUGHTER

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

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

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If you all get the same question wrong, your time ends.

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

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four, so very, very best of luck, both tribes. Start the clock.

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Andrew, which member of The Beatles was born Richard Starkey?

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-Ringo Starr.

-Correct.

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Phil, what is the full name of the London museum often referred

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to as the V&A?

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-Victoria and Albert.

-Correct.

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Sheri, mute and whooper are both species of which large aquatic bird?

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-Swans.

-Correct.

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Andrew, at the age of 12, which Welsh soprano singer released

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her debut album, titled Voice Of An Angel?

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-Charlotte Church.

-She did.

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Phil, which Black Sea resort hosted the inaugural

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Russian Grand Prix in 2014?

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-Pass.

-Sheri?

-Odessa.

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It wasn't. Andrew, to save your tribe?

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-Sochi.

-Correct.

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Phil, in which 1990 multiple Oscar-winning film did

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Kevin Costner play an American Civil War army officer?

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-Pass.

-Sheri?

-Pass.

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-Andrew, to save your tribe?

-Saving Private Ryan.

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-Incorrect, I'm afraid. The answer was Dances With Wolves.

-Oh!

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At the end of that round, No Tribe, you've scored five points.

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APPLAUSE

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

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Chris and Darren. Good luck to you both. Start the clock.

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Chris, weasel and stoat is rhyming slang for which item of clothing?

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-Pass.

-Darren?

-Coat.

-Correct.

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Chris, the name of which Shakespearean hero represents

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the letter R in the NATO phonetic alphabet?

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-Raphael.

-Incorrect. Darren?

-Romeo.

-Correct.

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Chris, in which ocean does the climactic phenomenon

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known as El Nino take place?

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-Atlantic.

-Incorrect. Darren?

-Pacific.

-Correct.

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Chris, in Arthurian Legend, what was Excalibur?

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-A sword.

-Correct. Darren,

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Mary Robinson was the first female president of which European country?

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-Ireland.

-She was.

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To win, Chris, which US TV series featured detectives

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James Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs?

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-Starsky And Hutch.

-Incorrect. Darren?

-Miami Vice.

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Is the right answer. And with six points, Yes Tribe,

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largely Darren, I've got to say, you are through to our final four,

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please take your places in the middle.

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APPLAUSE

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That means, No Tribe, you are the losing tribe.

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We have to lose one of you before our final four.

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Fingers on buzzers, please. Playing for survival.

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What name is given to the woven fabric consisting of various

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-checked patterns that is commonly associated with Scottish clans?

-BUZZER

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-Phil?

-Tartan.

-With Scottish clans. Tartan is the correct answer.

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-Phil, you're through to our final four.

-APPLAUSE

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Andrew, Sheri, one of you will be leaving us,

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one of you will be in our final four.

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It all comes down to this question. Very best of luck to you both.

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-Which rally first began in Paris in 1978 and is named after...?

-BUZZER

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-Sheri?

-Paris Dakar Rally.

-First began in Paris in 1978,

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it's named after the capital of Senegal, the original end

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point of the race, Paris Dakar Rally is the correct answer.

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-Sheri, you're through to our final four.

-APPLAUSE

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Andrew, the good news is that you may not believe in an afterlife,

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but there's afterlife on Two Tribes - it's called the green room.

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And that's where you're heading now. Andrew, it's been an absolute pleasure having you on.

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-Thank you for joining us. Have you enjoyed yourself?

-Lovely, thank you.

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For our final four, however, it's time to find our next Two Tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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So, our final four. This, of course, is where things change.

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It's always going to be two against two and at the end of this

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round, two of you will be going through to play in our final.

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The other two will be going home immediately. No more second chances.

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Very best of luck to you all. 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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The Yes Tribe is Chris and Sheri,

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which means our No Tribe are Phil and Darren.

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-Everybody, join your tribes.

-APPLAUSE

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-So, hi-tech gadgets. Sheri, you have a love of gadgets.

-Yes.

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I play about with computers most of the time.

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What's your house like? Have you got all sorts of things in it?

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-Most of them are a bit old these days, but...

-Aren't we all, Sheri?

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LAUGHTER

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My kids will probably say that they're not hi-tech,

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-but to me they are.

-And Chris, loads of gadgets?

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Yeah, I'm a games reviewer on the side,

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so I like to play a lot of games, like to have the latest stuff.

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Takes up too much of my time, but it's worth it.

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-No Tribe, Phil, you're not a big gadget fan?

-Not massively.

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I've got a laptop and stuff, but not a big computer game fan.

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-I'd rather have a dartboard.

-A man after my own heart.

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You also look like you'd probably be at home in the Wild West or

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something, in a time before electricity. You look like you could carry yourself.

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And Darren, of course, you're a librarian,

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-you have to know how everything works.

-I'm an analogue kind of guy.

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If a kettle and toaster count as hi-tech gadgets,

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then I'm on the wrong team!

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So, digital versus analogue. That's what we've got here.

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Pick a side at home. As you know, this round is all on the buzzer.

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The first tribe to get five questions right will be playing in today's final.

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For the losing tribe, it's game over immediately. Very best of luck to both tribes.

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Which ecclesiastical court established by papal bull

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in 1478 to combat heresy was the...?

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-BUZZER

-Darren?

-The Spanish Inquisition.

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Was the subject of a famous Monty Python sketch.

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Spanish Inquisition, correct answer, well played. One-nil.

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Which novel by Alexandre Dumas takes its title from the alias

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-of Edmond Dantes?

-BUZZER

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Sheri?

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The Count Of Monte Cristo.

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Is the correct answer. One-all. Well played, Sheri.

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In total, how many goals were scored by the England men's football

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-team at the 2014...?

-BUZZER

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-Chris?

-Two.

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At the 2014 Fifa World Cup finals. Two is the correct answer.

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Well played, Chris.

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Two-one to the Yes Tribe. Some very good answering all round.

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Which 2014 stage musical was inspired by the real life

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-story of a campaign by workers at an Essex car plant...?

-BUZZER

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Sheri?

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-Sorry.

-Dagenham...

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I can give the whole question to the No Tribe, you can confer.

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Which 2014 stage musical was inspired by the real life

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story of a campaign by workers at an Essex car plant for equal pay?

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-Made In Dagenham?

-Yep.

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-Made In Dagenham.

-Made In Dagenham is the right answer.

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I know you knew it, Sheri.

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Two points each.

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What is the surname of brothers Gerry and Fred,

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who topped the charts as members of Gerry And The Pacemakers?

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-BUZZER

-Darren.

-Marsden.

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Absolutely right, Darren.

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It's three points to the No Tribe, two points to the Yes Tribe.

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What regnal name was shared by four successive British monarchs

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-who reigned from...?

-BUZZER

0:19:500:19:52

-Sheri?

-George.

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1714 to 1830, George is the correct answer.

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I thought this was going to be a good final four. Three points each.

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Five points is what you need to be in today's final.

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Which British actor's film roles have included Bridget Jones'

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dad, one half of Gilbert and Sullivan...?

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-BUZZER

-Phil?

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Jim Broadbent.

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And Denis Thatcher. Jim Broadbent is the correct answer, Phil.

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Very well played.

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Four points to the No Tribe, three points to the Yes Tribe.

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No Tribe, you are one correct answer, one question away,

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from today's final.

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Which word is defined by the Oxford Dictionary Of Economics

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as a persistent tendency for nominal prices to increase?

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-BUZZER

-Sheri?

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Inflation.

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Is the correct answer, Sheri. Well played!

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Yes Tribe, four points, No Tribe, four points. It comes down to this.

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A 1997 international treaty aiming to reduce

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the emission of greenhouse gasses is commonly

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known as the protocol of which Japanese city?

0:20:510:20:53

-BUZZER

-Darren?

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-Kyoto.

-Is the correct answer, Darren.

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The No Tribe win by five points to four.

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APPLAUSE

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Very well played, gents.

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Very strong performance. What a terrific final four.

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-Sheri, have you enjoyed your time with us?

-Very much, thank you.

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It's been absolutely lovely having you here,

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you've been a terrific player, and Chris, have you enjoyed your time?

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Yeah, I was lucky to get here.

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Chris and Sheri, thank you so much for playing.

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But for Phil and Darren, it's time to play the Two Tribes final.

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APPLAUSE

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Phil and Darren, that was a great final four. Very, very close.

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I suspect it's going to be a very close final as well.

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Now, we split you into your very own tribes. It's Phil against Darren,

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

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You've got to protect that clock. Only the first question will be on the buzzer.

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If you get it right, your opponent's clock will start ticking down.

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It will keep ticking down until they get a question right and then your

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clock will start ticking down and your job is to force your opponent's clock all the way down to zero.

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If you do that, you'll be playing for today's jackpot of £1,000.

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So, Phil and Darren, let's play the Two Tribes final.

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APPLAUSE

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So, just this first question on the buzzers.

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In which decade of the 20th century did Nicholas II,

0:22:110:22:14

-the last Tsar of Russia, abdicate?

-BUZZER

0:22:140:22:17

-Darren?

-The 1910s.

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Is the correct answer, which means, Phil, as soon as I start

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the next question, your clock will start ticking down.

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Phil, which TV chef is known for his programmes

0:22:230:22:26

presented from River Cottage?

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-Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.

-Correct.

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Darren, a volleyball named Wilson features in which 2000 film

0:22:290:22:32

starring Tom Hanks?

0:22:320:22:33

-Cast Away.

-Correct. Phil, the legal thrillers The Pelican Brief

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and The Firm are novels by which American author?

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-John Grisham.

-Correct. Darren, sidewinder is a term commonly

0:22:390:22:41

used for a species of which reptile?

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-Snake.

-It is. Phil, aged 13, which British swimmer won two gold

0:22:430:22:46

medals at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games?

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-Ellie Simmonds.

-Correct.

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Darren, the novelist Emile Zola was born in which European country?

0:22:490:22:52

-France.

-Correct.

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Phil, in 1970, Dad's Army star Clive Dunn had a UK number one

0:22:530:22:56

-single with what title?

-Pass.

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Grandad. Phil, the Shakespeare play Romeo And Juliet

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is mainly set in which Italian city?

0:23:010:23:03

-Rome.

-Incorrect. It's Verona.

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Phil, Prince William famously supports which English

0:23:040:23:07

football team based in the Midlands?

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-Aston Villa.

-Correct.

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Darren, the Tet Offensive took place during which 20th century conflict?

0:23:100:23:13

-Vietnam War.

-Correct.

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Phil, The Modern Prometheus was the subtitle of which 1818 horror novel?

0:23:150:23:19

-Frankenstein.

-Correct.

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Darren, In The Lonely Hour was a 2014 UK number one

0:23:210:23:23

-album for which singer-songwriter?

-Pass.

0:23:230:23:26

Sam Smith. In Greek mythology, what name was given to the winged

0:23:260:23:28

horse that was born when Medusa was slain?

0:23:280:23:31

-Pegasus.

-Correct. Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding comprise

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which comedy act...?

0:23:330:23:34

-Mighty Boosh.

-Correct.

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Darren, author DH Lawrence was born in which East Midlands county?

0:23:360:23:39

-Derbyshire.

-It's Nottinghamshire.

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Darren, Amen Corner is a famous area at which golf course in the US

0:23:410:23:44

state of Georgia?

0:23:440:23:46

-Augusta.

-Correct. Phil, in 2014,

0:23:460:23:48

which politician was elected as leader of the Scottish Labour Party?

0:23:480:23:51

-Pass.

-It's Jim Murphy.

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Phil, the song Nobody Does It Better by Carly Simon is the theme

0:23:520:23:55

to which James Bond film?

0:23:550:23:57

The answer was The Spy Who Loved Me. Goodness me!

0:23:570:23:59

With eight seconds left on the clock, today's winner is Darren.

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APPLAUSE

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I said it was going to be close. That was a hard-fought final.

0:24:060:24:10

-Phil, very well played. We got through a lot of questions.

-Yeah.

0:24:100:24:13

-Have you enjoyed yourself?

-Yes, very much so. Thank you.

0:24:130:24:16

Been a pleasure getting to know you. You've been a terrific contestant as well.

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On many occasions, you would have found yourself playing for the jackpot.

0:24:200:24:23

But that honour on today's show falls to Darren. Let's play for today's jackpot.

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APPLAUSE

0:24:260:24:30

-Darren, congratulations.

-Thank you.

-Terrific stuff.

0:24:330:24:36

You now have the opportunity to win some money. Today's jackpot is £1,000.

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If you're ready to play, let's take a look at your two categories.

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Would you like your final question to be about children's books or money?

0:24:430:24:48

-I think I'm going to plump for children's books.

-Children's books.

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Let's take a look and see what it is.

0:24:520:24:54

That's title characters in the Roger Hargreaves series.

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OK, here are your four answers.

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You've got to put all four of those answers into their correct

0:25:120:25:15

tribe to walk away with £1,000.

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Could be four in one category, none in the other, could be three and one, could be two and two.

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If you get all four of them in the right category,

0:25:210:25:24

you will win today's jackpot. Any of those obvious to you?

0:25:240:25:27

Of the four up there, the only one that

0:25:270:25:29

I absolutely am pretty certain about would be Mr Happy.

0:25:290:25:32

-Shall we put Mr Happy in the Yes Tribe?

-Put Mr Happy in Yes, please.

0:25:320:25:36

-Yes, thank you.

-Move these around, if you need to.

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Mr Big doesn't ring any bells with me. It kind of...

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I'm going to put Mr Big into the No category.

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Let's put Mr Big into the No category.

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Two ironic answers to be left with here.

0:25:470:25:50

-Mr Clever and Mr Right. Uh-oh.

-Um...

0:25:500:25:53

I think I'm going to put Mr Clever in the Yes camp as well.

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-OK, we'll put Mr Clever in the Yes Tribe. there he goes.

-Mr Right?

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Right, Right, Right... Um...

0:26:020:26:04

I honestly have no idea. I'm just going to go...

0:26:040:26:07

Well, for the sake of even-ness or symmetry, I'm going

0:26:070:26:12

-to put Mr Right into the No camp.

-Put Mr Right in the No camp.

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Do you want to take one final look at those and let me know

0:26:160:26:19

if you're happy to lock them in?

0:26:190:26:21

-Yes, Richard. Lock them in.

-Let's lock them in.

0:26:210:26:25

OK, you need all four of these to be correct to win £1,000.

0:26:250:26:28

I'm sure you've put them in tribes at home.

0:26:280:26:31

Do you agree with Darren, or do you disagree with Darren?

0:26:310:26:34

Start with Mr Happy. You said he was a Mr Man.

0:26:340:26:37

I'm One Of The Mr Men - Mr Happy, are you in the Yes Tribe?

0:26:370:26:40

Course he is. Yeah. Third book in the series, Mr Happy.

0:26:450:26:48

APPLAUSE

0:26:480:26:50

Mr Big. Was Mr Big one of the Mr Men?

0:26:500:26:53

You've got to get all four of these right. You've got one of them right.

0:26:530:26:56

Have you got a second one right?

0:26:560:26:58

I'm one of the Mr Men - Mr Big, are you in the No Tribe?

0:26:580:27:01

Absolutely right, Darren. Halfway there. Halfway there.

0:27:060:27:09

-APPLAUSE

-There was a Mr Tall. Mr Big was in prison throughout the whole series.

0:27:090:27:14

LAUGHTER

0:27:140:27:16

So, Mr Clever, you thought he was a Mr Man. Good luck, Darren.

0:27:160:27:21

I'm One Of The Mr Men - Mr Clever, are you in the Yes Tribe?

0:27:210:27:26

APPLAUSE

0:27:300:27:32

Absolutely right, Darren.

0:27:320:27:34

He lives in Cleverland. So, it comes down to this. Mr Right.

0:27:360:27:42

You said, Darren, that he wasn't a Mr Man.

0:27:420:27:46

If you're correct, you're going to walk away with £1,000.

0:27:460:27:50

I wish you the very, very best of luck.

0:27:500:27:53

So, I'm One Of The Mr Men - Mr Right, are you in the No Tribe?

0:27:530:27:59

For £1,000.

0:27:590:28:00

-APPLAUSE

-Oh! Well played, Darren! Very well played!

0:28:050:28:09

Ooh!

0:28:110:28:14

Turns out, you were Mr Right. Very, very well played.

0:28:140:28:17

You've been terrific all the way through and well done if you put them in the correct tribes at home.

0:28:170:28:21

£1,000, Darren, what might that go on?

0:28:210:28:24

-Oh, um... Holiday, no question.

-Lovely.

0:28:240:28:26

-Have you enjoyed yourself?

-It's been great. Thank you for having me.

-It's been a joy having you here.

0:28:260:28:30

You played terrifically well and I hope you'll join us next time, where seven brand-new

0:28:300:28:34

contestants will be trying to do exactly what Darren just did. We'll see you then, on Two Tribes.

0:28:340:28:39

APPLAUSE

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