APPLAUSE Hello, everybody. I’m Richard Osman
and this is my House Of Games. You know how it works by now. I have four contestants playing
all week to win this trophy. We had a great show yesterday and that was thanks
to these four contestants. And they are Charlene White, Gregg Wallace, Holly Walsh and Chris Hollins.
Welcome back, all four of you. What a show we had. 3 points
between all four of you, Charlene. Yes. It was good, right? It was
good. I was panicked at the start but then I redeemed myself.
Slow start, very strong middle… And then… ..disappointing end. I’m hoping for more from myself.
We all are. Gregg, are you hoping of more
of yourself this time? Yeah, I think I’m beginning to
realise which rounds I’m better at. But a good performance yesterday. Shall we take a look
at the leaderboard as it stands? Gregg, you came third
so you’ve got 2 points there. Charlene with 1 point,
Chris with 3, Holly with 4. Holly, our winner yesterday. Walking off with
a House Of Games fondue set. It was a good one.
I used it last night. Was it good? Got pretty bad stomach-ache today. Chris Hollins, on the end there.
Chris, a good first day from you. We saw Holly win that prize
yesterday. Shall we take a look at today’s
daily prizes? I was so pleased for her. Aw.
We were all delighted for Holly. Yeah, we were. I could see.
Especially Gregg. House Of Games apron,
pillow there, gardening gloves. Nice pair of House Of Games
gardening gloves there. House Of Games scented candle. And,
look, the House Of Games decanter. What would you go for, Chris, if you
won today? Definitely the gloves… I don’t whether they’re
gardening gloves, they’re more like barbecue gloves. I think they look like they’re going
to handle nuclear waste. I call them triple purpose gloves. They are gardening gloves, you can
handle a pair of secateurs with them, they’re barbecuing gloves
and they are also nuclear resistant, Holly, you’re quite right. So you
can use them for anything. Perfect. Shall we just get on with it? Yes. Yeah. Let’s see what round
one is today. It is… I’m going to go along the line
and I’m going to ask you all two questions –
and they have the same answer. If you get it from the first
question, you’ll get 2 points. If you get it from the second
question, you’ll get 1 point. OK? The first question, however,
is a highbrow question. Like, la-de-da, classy sort of
question you get on a proper quiz show like University Challenge. And the second one
will have the same answer but it’ll be much more lowbrow, OK?
We’ll start with you, Charlene. Feast day. Louis… Name of a Pope. Pope Louis. Pope John. Pope… That’s a risky strategy. Pope Steve. Pope Steve! And then
you’ve gotta get the number. There was a Pope Steven. I’m going to have to go for lowbrow. You can take a free guess. Pope Steve. Steve.
Or Steven we’ll say. Pope Steven. Pope Steven. Yeah. So you’re going Steven.
And here’s your lowbrow. Oh, it’s gone completely
from my head, I can’t answer. No? You’re not going to go?
We can throw it open. BUZZER
Holly. Sylvester. Is that the right answer? It is. Well done. Pope Sylvester and Sylvester was with Tweety Bird. Gregg, here’s your highbrow
question for 2 points if you can get your answer
from this. I mean… Hydrogen. Hydrogen, says Gregg.
Let’s see if you want to change your answer or stay the same
with your lowbrow question. So a theatre that’s also
a chemical element? Yes. So it’s not the Old Vic. Palladium? I cannot think of a theatre that may
be a chemical element. Really? No. Gregg can’t think of one. BUZZER Charlene. Criterion. It is not Criterion, I am afraid. BUZZER
Chris. I’m going to go for the very famous
theatre called the Potassium. HOLLY: The London Potassium.
It’s not. Holly, everyone else has had a go.
You’re very welcome to, if you want. I take solace in the fact
none of you can get it. I mean, Palladium sounds
a bit like a thing. BUZZER Palladium. Palladium. Gregg had said
that before he gave up. But he didn’t say it properly.
He didn’t say it properly. It’s the correct answer. No! Yeah. Am I the only person disliking
Holly? To be fair, she sat back and let
everyone else get it wrong first. He did say it but he didn’t give it
as an answer. Oh. Holly,
it’s going well for you so far. For 2 points,
here’s your highbrow question. What’s a parasite? Like greenfly
and stuff like that, isn’t it? Go on, I dunno. Next.
Saying greenfly? Greenfly. Let’s see
if you stick with your answer. Let’s take a look at your lowbrow
question. Oh! Flea. Flea.
Is that right for 1 point? It is Flea. Well done. Chris, here is your one. I am going to say head.
A bigger head, you’re saying. Let’s see
if you stick with your answer. Let’s take a look at your lowbrow
question. Holly and Charlene both…and Gregg. Splash? They were all like that.
You went, “Splash?” “Oh!” I think we’ve found our level here. So you’re saying Splash.
Is that right? It is Splash. APPLAUSE Charlene, back to you. For 2 points. Really interesting question. Mm. Struggled to get to the end of it,
if I’m honest. Still a fascinating question. Yeah. I’m going to have to go for lowbrow.
And here’s your lowbrow. It’s gotta be bolognese, hasn’t it? You would have thought so.
Is it bolognese? It is. Well done. Gregg. For 2 points now.
OK, highbrow. OK. HMS Petticoat. HMS Petticoat?
Yeah. OK, let’s do that. Let’s see your lowbrow. I don’t know. I just don’t know. Tricky one.
Shall we time you out? Yeah. As soon as you hear the wrong
noise, the buzzers will be open. INCORRECT BUZZER Ah. Anyone? Anyone at home? I think the single was Patience. Yes. But is that the
name of a Gilbert and Sullivan…? There you go. I’ve never heard of that as a Gilbert and Sullivan opera. Holly,
here is your highbrow question. No idea. Let’s see your lowbrow. Oh, Gregg is on the buzzer.
Both of them are before my time. Well, you’re sitting next
to two men for whom it wasn’t before their time cos they’ve both
got their fingers on the buzzer. Great film. Wallace has got this.
Shall we time you out? Yeah. As soon as you hear the noise…
INCORRECT BUZZER BUZZER
Gregg. Poseidon. Well played.
That’s what that was about. Poseidon Adventure. Great film. We will end this round with Chris.
A highbrow question for 2 points. I’ll go Caesar. Caesar.
That’s not high… Yeah, but there might be
a lowbrow question. Let’s take a look at your lowbrow
question. Wallace is in.
White is in. Walsh is in. What? LAUGHTER Sister Sledge? No. This is like my dad at Christmas. LAUGHTER In a way I’m actually enjoying this
more cos this is really annoying you. Yeah.
Maybe I can break you that way. All three of them
so desperate to say this. I’ve no idea. Second
we hear the noise, you can buzz in. INCORRECT BUZZER BUZZER Holly. That’s good,
I’m glad she got it. No! Who was comin’ atcha? Cleopatra! I mean,
it was in the answer. I was going to say Cleopatra. But I’d never heard of Cleopatra. Well done if you said that at home. That’s the end of that round. Let’s take a look at what
it’s done to the scores. Cracks are appearing in our
relationship. Aren’t they just? Chris, Gregg, Charlene,
you all have 1 point. Holly, what a round for you.
4 points. Very nice. Well done, Holly. Thanks. Without further ado, let’s
move on to round two. And it is… There’s a clue in the name there.
This is pairs game. The person in last place gets to
choose their partner. We have three people in joint
second – Charlene, Gregg and Chris. Chris, I think you were unfairly
chastised in that first round with that Cleopatra-gate. Why don’t you choose
a partner for this round? I would choose Holly normally
but she was so bad yesterday. LAUGHTER So I’m going to break the spell –
see what I did there? Clever. And go for the opposite end,
Charlene. Just so we have a change of
partners. Charlene and Holly,
if you will change places. Charlene and Chris are playing
together. Gregg and Holly are playing
together. Let me tell you how
this round works. I’m going to ask you a series
of questions. If you know the answer,
buzz in and give me the answer. If it’s correct, your partner then
has to spell that answer. OK? Oh, no.
And only then do you get a point. Here is your first question. BUZZER That is Chris. Sorry. Chihuahua. Chihuahua is the correct answer. Charlene, one letter at a time,
please, nice and slowly, spell, if you can, Chihuahua. CHI… ..WA. It is not, I’m afraid. C-H-I-H… That’s a horrible
start to the round. C-H-I… ..H-U ..A ..U… Chihuahua-hua-hua-hua! Chihuahua. Here we go,
here’s your next question. BUZZER Yes, Gregg. Kajagoogoo. It was Kajagoogoo. Love that. Now, Holly.
I could fall on the first hurdle. OK, I’m going to go with C…
Uh-oh. That is a bad start. LAUGHTER Uh-oh. I like the fact Gregg
got in before the buzzer – “Uh-oh.” K-A. J. A. G. G-O-O. G-O-O? G-O-O, G-O-O? We got it. Well done. No points for anybody.
Kajagoogoo? Mate, Kajagoogoo. It’s going very well, this round,
isn’t it? Terrific stuff so far. At least there’s a leveller.
Here is your next question. BUZZER
Yes, Chris. Caffeine.
Caffeine is the correct answer. Charlene, spell caffeine for me,
nice and slowly, letter by letter. C-A-F-F… ..E-I-N-E. Is the right answer. Well played.
HOLLY: That’s surprisingly hard. Here’s your next question. What’s
the answer and how do you spell it? BUZZER Oh, no. Chris.
Good luck. Ratatouille. It is ratatouille.
You could do this. I get all the highbrow questions…
How to spell ratatouille. Letter by letter, Charlene,
nice and slowly. R-A… T… A… T… Now, here is the… O… U… So many people at home, by the way,
have got to this stage as well. I… It is. ..L-L-E. Boom! Charlene got it. APPLAUSE Here is the final
question in this round. What’s the answer
and how do you spell it? BUZZER
Yes, Holly. Is it trapezium? It is not. BUZZER
Chris. Hypotenuse. Hypotenuse is the correct answer. Can you spell hypotenuse? H-Y… Yeah, love it. P-O-T… O? It is not. Is it E-R? H-Y-P-O-T… U-S-U… Is it U-E-S-E or U-S-E? See, I got the… I didn’t know
if it was an O or an E. The rest of it, I knew. Holly and Charlene,
if you’ll swap back over, please. We’ll take a look at the scores. Going into round three. Gregg, you have 1 point. Charlene and Chris, you both have 3. Holly in the lead with 4 points. APPLAUSE Let’s start with round three.
Today it is… We have a broken karaoke machine. We’re going to show you the first
letters of various famous songs that come up in the rhythm that they
come up in the song. You just need to tell us
the names of the songs, please. Hm. Fingers on buzzers, everybody. Your first song in this round. 1984 this first song is from. BUZZER
Yes, Chris. # Relax, don’t do it… # Is it Relax? I cannot believe… Let’s have
a little listen. That’s brilliant. # Relax, don’t do it… # CHARLENE: Well done.
Beautiful. HOLLY: That’s very good. Oh, my goodness, how did I get that? Well played, Chris. It is
Relax, Frankie Goes To Hollywood. You get yourself a point.
Your next song is from… This would be the title. Anyone? Anyone at home?
BUZZER Yes, Holly. Is it We Found Love? Oh, is it We Found Love?
Let’s take a listen. # We found love in a hopeless
place… # Well played. # We found love in a hopeless
place… # By Rihanna, of course. We Found Love. Well done. Here is your next one. From… BUZZER
Yes, Holly. Bob The Builder. Let’s have a listen.
Is it Bob The Builder? # Bob the builder! # Yeah, we’ll give you that.
It’s actually Can We Fix It? # Bob the builder! # Yes, we can! # Yes, we can. Let’s take a look at our scores
after that round. Gregg, still on 1 point.
Low-scoring show. 3 for Charlene, 4 for Chris. Holly has a 2-point lead. 6 points. Two rounds to go.
Round four today… Every time I press this buzzer
a new game comes up. You don’t know what it’s going to
be, I don’t know. Today it is… This is a game we play on our
tablets, so tablets out, everybody. We’re going to show you a map.
Let’s see what the map is today. Europe. I’m going to ask you some questions, you just need to find, on the map,
where the answer is. The person who’s nearest will
win the point. OK. Here’s the first thing
I need you to find for me. What do you think at home? Charlene,
what did you think the answer was? I wasn’t, really.
It must be somewhere north. Yeah, and just, you know, not as north as places like Russia
or wherever. Where has Charlene put her answer? Germany. Sort of North Germany. Gregg,
what did you think the answer…? I thought it might be Moscow.
Ah, interesting. And where have you put Moscow? That’s not far from Moscow. Holly,
what did you think the answer was? I thought it was Warsaw. OK, where have you put Warsaw? Yeah, Poland, lovely. Oh, cool. That’s a relief, isn’t it? Chris, now, for many, many years
you were a sports reporter. I was trying to work out…
I thought it was Moscow, too, as the northernmost… Interesting. So I’m not far
from Gregg, I don’t think. OK, let’s see where Chris has gone. I’m trying to work out
where Moscow is. It’s very near where you
and Gregg are. The northern most city to host
the Summer Olympic Games was… ..Helsinki. Wow. The summer ones? Let’s see, where is Helsinki
and who has won the point? It is there. That’s quite tough. I think we’re going to have to
give them both a point. A point to Chris and Gregg.
Well done. Here’s your next one. What do you think at home?
Where might that be? Gregg, we will start with you. I mean, we don’t know the answer.
What would you guess…? I’m guessing Mozart’s either German
or Austrian, even though there would be no
Germany at the time. So I think I’ve put him
somewhere in Germany. OK. Sort of Berlin. Holly, what are you thinking? I thought he was Austrian. Mozart. So you’ve gone…?
Austria. Or where I have a guess… Knowing it’s Austria
and knowing where Austria is… There’s a huge geographical
difference. You have gone Czech Republic.
Oh. Right. That’s near Austria. Austria was
different then. Where is…? Oh, we’ll find out.
We will find out. Chris. But you won’t find out from me cos I thought it was
Germany-Austria border. OK. Known nowadays
as the Czech Republic. LAUGHTER Because I’m right next door to you. Look at that. Czech Republic getting
a lot of love on today’s show. Charlene, what did you think
the answer might be? Middle of Germany somewhere.
Middle of Germany somewhere. Where have you gone? Wow, middle of Germany somewhere. Are you going right in the middle
of Europe for every question? Yeah, yeah. That’s good thinking. We’re going to find out
it’s in Moscow, aren’t we? It is not in Moscow,
it’s in Salzburg in Austria. Where’s Austria? Charlene’s nicked it. Oh! Oh! She hasn’t nicked it.
That is very close. That’s Salzburg. I think that’s you. A tie between Chris and Holly.
A point each, both of you. Lovely. Here is your last question in this
round. Find me this, please. Do you know this one at home? I haven’t got a clue. Where is it? I’ve not heard of that before,
City of a Hundred Spires. Holly, what were you thinking?
I think it’s Gay Paree. Oh, really? That’s interesting.
Where have you put Paris? There we go.
That looks near enough Paris to me. Chris, what were you thinking?
I thought, I can’t get it, why don’t I stick myself
right in the middle of Europe? OK. But I might steal
something from someone. That’s not a bad plan. You are on the edge of Austria.
Correct. Charlene, did you have any idea? I went for Italy,
so I went for Rome. So where have you put Rome?
In the middle of Italy. Gregg, what did you think? I thought Paris. Excellent, OK. I think my Paris might be further
south. Let’s take a look. Very similar.
What do you think at home? The actual answer is… Where is
the City of a Hundred Spires? Did you know this at home? It is… ..Prague. Wow! Chris! Prague is the answer.
Where is Prague? There it is. That is in Prague,
and it’s a point for Chris. It’s the end of that round. Tablets away, please.
Well done, Chris. Let’s see where we stand at the end
of that round. How did you do there? Gregg, you have 2 points. Chris!
Charlene, you have 3. Holly and Chris out there in the
lead with 7 points each. One round to go. Final round. Let’s press this buzzer
and usher in Answer Smash. We’ll show you a picture,
there’ll be a clue underneath. Smash the answers together. If you give me a correct answer,
you score a point. Give me an incorrect answer,
you will lose 1 point. Very best of luck.
The first category… These’ll be the pictures you see. Who are these people and what
are the answers to the clues? I know the second bit
but I don’t know the person. I know the second bit, I’m trying to
think who the first person must be. Oh, OK. I’m going to go for it.
Go on Charlene. BUZZER
Yes, Charlene. Simone DeGeneres. Simone DeGeneres is incorrect,
I’m afraid. Shall I give you it? Mm.
Mm. It is… Oh! So hard.
She’s not wearing a black dress. She is, under that.
She’s got a little scarf around it. I thought it was Edith Piaf.
Well done for buzzing in, though. Here is your next famous
French person. BUZZER
Yes, Gregg. Gerard Depardieuro? Gerard Depardieuro is the right
answer. Well done. Gerard Depardieu, the euro.
Gerard Depardieuro. Here is your next French person
and your next clue. BUZZER
Yes, Holly. Affidavith… Edith P…
Affidavith… Sorry, we have to
take your first answer. What? BUZZER
Gregg. Edith Piaffidavit. Edith Piaffidavit, I’m afraid.
You went with Edith… Well, it’s Palladium payback,
isn’t it? It is Palladium payback. Here is your next category
and it is… We want the name of the country
you’re about to see the flag of, followed by the answer to
these clues. You can all get the second bit
but what is that country? Shall I give you it? Mm. Mm. What’s the second bit?
Tardis. It is… Qatar and Tardis.
Here is your next flag. BUZZER
Oh, Charlene. Pakistanley Kubrick.
Is it Pakistanley Kubrick? It’s not. Trouble is,
we know it must end in “stan” but there’s so many of them
and no-one wants to lose a point. Thank you for taking
one for the team. BUZZER
Oh, Holly wants to lose a point. What are you saying? Kurdistanley
Kubrick. Is it Kurdistanley Kubrick? It is not Kurdistanley Kubrick. Either of you want to lose a point?
Abso-bloomin’-lutely not. What have you got at home?
The answer is… Of course.
Here is your next category. Those will be the pictures,
there’ll be clues underneath. BUZZER
That is Chris. Gene Kelly Cates. Well played. APPLAUSE Here’s your next..
KLAXON BLARES Oh, that is the end. What a nice way
to finish with Kelly Cates. How lovely.
It’s the end of the show. Let’s take a look.
Holly won Monday’s House Of Games. Who has won Tuesday’s House Of
Games? It is, of course… ..Chris with 8 points.
Very well played, Chris. Very nicely done. Super close again. Chris,
you get your choice of prizes today. Thank you, partner,
cos you won me those points. It’s my pleasure. Do you want to split the gloves? Yeah, we’ll take one each.
We’ll take one each. You’re going to go for the gloves
and give one to Charlene. Chris wins House Of Games
gardening gloves. Chris, very well played. Let’s take a look at the weekly
leaderboard as we stand at the end of two days. Charlene, you have 2.
Gregg, you have 4. We have joint leaders,
7 points each, Chris and Holly. Well done. Three days to go. We’re sharing
the points between all four of you all week, I suspect.
I will see you again, same time, same place tomorrow. We’ll see you here as well
on the House Of Games. APPLAUSE Quality. I know.
I cannot wait to use this. I know.