Recorded on Monday, the 7th of May 2007 at the London Coliseum and first broadcast on Monday, the 11th of June 2007. (Repeated on the 17th of May.)
Chair: Humphrey Lyttelton Pianist: Colin Sell Scorer: Samantha Producer: Jon Naismith Programme Consultant: Iain Pattinson
 

Teams:

Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden   -v-   Tim Brooke-Taylor and Stephen Fry

and Featuring:   Electra
Humphrey Lyttelton "Just around the corner is Longacre, home to The National Association of Secondhand Car Dealers who claim a membership of twenty-five thousand. Although the true figure is probably more than twice that."
Round 1: Uxbridge English Dictionary
Barry Cryer "Dialogue : An awful piece of wood" Graeme Garden "Laburnum : French barbeque"
Tim Brooke-Taylor "King's Cross station : A royal lobster" Stephen Fry "Measles : What artists use for self-portraits"

 

Round 2: Sound Charades
Stephen Fry Tim Brooke-Taylor Meet The Robinsons Barry Cryer Graeme Garden The History of Mr. Polly

 

Round 3: Word For Word
Humphrey Lyttelton "The object here is to prevent the opposing team being able to make any logical connection and we'd like to thank Virgin Trains'  timetable department for their kind help …"

 

Round 4: Mornington Crescent   Mortimer's Variation, Version 3 Software
Letters from Mrs Trellis of North Wales are a regular feature of this round Dear Mr. Ronaldo, You must have been bowled over by your Player of the Year  trophy … even though it clearly never touched you.
Kind regards, Mrs. Trellis
Electra "Oh look, isn't that Barry Cryer? I've not previously seen him in colour."

 

Round 5: Chat-up Lines   Opera
Graeme Garden "They tell me you'll do anything for a tenor." Stephen Fry "I call it The Magic Flute."

 

Round 6: Swanee-Kazoo
Stephen Fry Tim Brooke-Taylor Goodness Gracious Me Barry Cryer Graeme Garden It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing

 

Round 7: Film Club   Learner Drivers' Film Club
Graeme Garden "Low Bridge Over The River Kwai" Barry Cryer "They Died With Their Boots Open" Stephen Fry "The Passion of the … Christ!"

 

Humphrey Lyttelton "… as the ink cartridge of time is rammed into the printer of destiny, and the printer finds he can't sit down …"