Recorded on Sunday, the 24th of November 2002 at the Grand Theatre in Blackpool and first broadcast on Monday, the 9th of December 2002. (Repeated on the 15th of December.)
Chair: Humphrey Lyttelton Pianist: Colin Sell Scorer: Samantha Producer: Jon Naismith Programme Consultant: Iain Pattinson


Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden   -v-   Tim Brooke-Taylor and Tony Hawks

Humphrey Lyttelton "The first of Blackpool's famous decorative illuminations were erected in Christmas 1912 when Princess Louise opened the Princess Parade. Her Royal Highness was then invited to inspect the seven miles of bulbs strung on poles, until she found the dud one that was stopping all the others from working."
Round 1: Uxbridge English Dictionary
Tim Brooke-Taylor "Polyunsaturated : A dry parrot" Graeme Garden "Carpentry : A way in for ornamental fish"
Barry Cryer "Extemporary : Permanent" Andy Hamilton "Macaroni : Inventor of the pasta wireless"


Round 2: Pick-up Song
Barry Cryer With My Little Stick of Blackpool Rock Graeme Garden You Make Me Feel So Young
Tim Brooke-Taylor If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body Tony Hawks Ain't No Sunshine


Round 3: Sound Charades
Tim Brooke-Taylor Tony Hawks Faking It Barry Cryer Graeme Garden There's Something About Mary


Round 4: What's The Question?
graeme-garden "By lifting up the kangaroo's tail.""How does Rolf Harris like to amuse visitors?" Barry Cryer "Can you see what it is yet?'
barry-cryer "Sit, paw, roll over, speak and lie down" Tim Brooke-Taylor "How does George Bush greet Tony Blair?"


Round 5: Mornington Crescent   North Circular Open & General Rules
Letters from Mrs Trellis of North Wales are a regular feature of this round Dear Angus, Thanks for the call last night. So sorry I wasn't available to join you at the Rhyll Motor Lodge for a can of coke. Despite the bad line, I could just make out what else you were after, so I've sent along some friends from the Ladies Methodist Chapel with a nice piece of steak. I hope you enjoy your rump with two protestants. Yours sincerely, Mrs. Trellis


Round 6: Book Club   Weightwatchers' Book Club
Tim Brooke-Taylor "Schindler's List Of Things You Can't Eat" Barry Cryer "Anorexic Karenina" Graeme Garden "Big Dorrit" Tony Hawks "Around The Waist In Eighty Days"


Humphrey Lyttelton " … as the Dentufix of time gently secures the top set of destiny, before it's ripped out by the Werther's Original of doom …"