Recorded on Tuesday, the 29th of June 2010 at the Corn Exchange in Cambridge and first broadcast on Monday, the 19th of July 2010. (Repeated on the 25th of July.)
Chair: Jack Dee Pianist: Colin Sell Scorer: Samantha Producer: Jon Naismith Programme Consultant: Iain Pattinson


Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden   -v-   Tim Brooke-Taylor and David Mitchell

Jack Dee "Notable Cambridge illumni include theologian Desiderius Erasmus, the most influential humanist of the Northern Renaissance, Sir Isaac Newton who defined gravity and the three laws of motion, Charles Darwin whose Origin of Species challenged the entire basis of western religion, and Graeme Garden, who knocked over a cardboard model of the Post Office Tower with a fluffy kitten."
Round 1: Movie Prequels
David Mitchell "Cheese Based Late Supper On Elm Street" Graeme Garden "Night Of The Living" Tim Brooke-Taylor "Where's Red October Gone?" Barry Cryer "The Cruel Bee"
Jack Dee "Well done, teams. How wise of you not to peak too early."


Round 2: One Song to the Tune of Another
Tim Brooke-Taylor Ace of Spades  to the tune of La Donna Imobile Barry Cryer Psycho Killer  to the tune of Run, Rabbit, Run
David Mitchell Sometimes When We Touch  to the tune of The Lambeth Walk Graeme Garden Wannabe  to the tune of Scotland The Brave


Round 3: Connections
graeme-garden "Staying in bed, peanut butter, vomiting, hot showers, rubbing lemon into your armpit and chocolate" Graeme Garden "That's a student timetable"
graeme-garden "Jack Dee, William Shakespeare, Margaret Thatcher, Fern Britton and Bing Crosby" Jack Dee … "In fact, they're all parents of twins.
Something I didn't know until tonight."


Round 4: Continuity Announcements
Graeme Garden "ITV Saturday at 7 o'clock, a team of celebrities try, unsuccessfully, to defuse an unexploded WW2 bomb. That's A Blast From The Past."


Round 5: Swankers
Jack Dee "According to his website, today's guest David Mitchell has won the British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance, Best Television Actor at the Comedy Awards, a Royal Television Society award, a BAFTA for Best Situation Comedy, Best TV Comedy at the South Bank Show awards, and a Golden Rose of Montreaux, all in the last four years. Well, David, between them our three regular team members have been in the business for nearly a hundred-and-thirty years, and no-one's ever heard them going on about winning awards."


Round 6: Song Book   Hospital Song Book
David Mitchell "Another One Bites The Dust" Barry Cryer "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag" Tim Brooke-Taylor "They Left My Heart In San Francisco" Graeme Garden "I Got Flu, Babe"


Jack Dee " … as the North Korean football manager of time calls up the sub of fate, and his team captain points out you're not technically allowed to fire torpedoes in a World Cup game …"