Recorded on Tuesday, the 4th of December 2007 at the Broadway Theatre in Peterborough and first broadcast on Monday, the 17th of December 2007. (Repeated on the 23rd of December.)
Chair: Humphrey Lyttelton Pianist: Colin Sell Scorer: Samantha Producer: Jon Naismith Programme Consultant: Iain Pattinson
 

Teams:

Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden   -v-   Andy Hamilton and Jack Dee

Humphrey Lyttelton "You join us this week for a second visit to Peter Brough. With his cheeky dummy Archie Andrews, Peter Brough became the world's most famous radio ventriloquist. However, most experts agree that his technique wasn't the greatest - in fact when Brough was listening to Archie you could see his ears move. Hang on, I see what's happened … there's an 'o' missing."
Round 1: Uxbridge English Dictionary
Andy Hamilton "Profiteering: A controversial item of jewellery in the shape of Muhammad." Jack Dee "Disarray: To give directions in China."
Barry Cryer "Loiter: Device used by smokers in the West Country." Graeme Garden "Endorse: The loser in the Grand National."

 

Round 2: Sound Charades
Andy Hamilton Jack Dee An Officer & A Gentleman Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Limelight Andy Hamilton Jack Dee Waking The Dead Barry Cryer Graeme Garden A Bridge Too Far

 

Round 3: Catalogue Shopping   Mail Order Brides
Graeme Garden "… She allegedly came from Bangkok, and she was supposed to be a titled lady. The widow of Lord Boy, I assumed.
  … She was full of surprises, she was."

 

Round 4: Any Answers   Christmas Problems
Humphrey Lyttelton "There's no evidence at all that Christmas Day should be in December. Some historians believe it should be in the month of September, some support October or November, while Tescos go for all of them."

 

Round 5: Swanee-Kazoo
Humphrey Lyttelton "When Sir Simon Rattle heard Colin play some of his own compositions recently, he said Colin deserved to be recorded and orchestrated. I know which option I'd go for."
Andy Hamilton Jack Dee The Lion Sleeps Tonight Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Big Spender

 

Round 6: Radio Times   Overweight Radio Times
Jack Dee "Pies Are Not The Only Fruit" Graeme Garden "Lady Windermere's Fat" Andy Hamilton "How Do You Solve A Problem Like My Rear?" Barry Cryer "Strictly Come Waddling"

 

Humphrey Lyttelton "… that's the end of the show, and indeed this series. I'd really like to say how much I've enjoyed it but … I'm not allowed to before 9pm.'"