Recorded on Sunday, the 15th of July 2007 at the New Wimbledon Theatre and first broadcast on Monday, the 9th of July 2007. (Repeated on the 15th of July.)
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 Jeremy Hardy

Humphrey Lyttelton "Wimbledon is probably most famous for its tennis tournament which began in 1877. Until 1905 players were exclusively English but then a fourteen year old American girl, May Sutton, was allowed an entry and at her first attempt won the Ladies' Singles … the Men's Singles, the Men's Doubles, the Ladies' Doubles … and the meat raffle."
Round 1: Uxbridge English Dictionary
Graeme Garden "Stifle : A lot of pigs" Tim Brooke-Taylor "AWOL : Dyslexic owl" Barry Cryer "La vie en rose : Pink toilet" Jeremy Hardy "Bigamist : More fog"


Round 2: Sound Charades
Jeremy Hardy Tim Brooke-Taylor Puss In Boots Barry Cryer Graeme Garden The Big Sleep Jeremy Hardy Tim Brooke-Taylor A Midsummer Night's Dream Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Seinfeld
Humphrey Lyttelton "I was just wondering how difficult it would be to construct a glider."


Round 3: Dragon's Den
Jeremy Hardy Tim Brooke-Taylor Instant Automatic Cosmetic Surgery Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Say Goodbye To Packaging Misery


Round 4: Chat-up Lines   Tennis Players
Jeremy Hardy "Have I got new balls for you!" Graeme Garden "I'm thinking of entering you for the Mixed Doubles."


Round 5: Swanee-Kazoo
Jeremy Hardy Tim Brooke-Taylor Tit Willow Barry Cryer Graeme Garden A Policeman's Lot Is Not A Happy One


Round 6: Film Club   I.T. Film Club
Jeremy Hardy "I.T.s A Wonderful Life" Tim Brooke-Taylor "Confessions of a Windows Cleaner" Graeme Garden "The Pit and the Pentium" Barry Cryer "The Qwerty-Nine Steps"


Humphrey Lyttelton "And with that, ladies and gentlemen it's the end of the show, and indeed the end of this series. And what a marvellous time I've had … reading that previous sentence."