Richard Osman’s House of Games – S03E67 (28 Jan 2020)

Richard Osman’s House of Games – S03E67 (28 Jan 2020)

February 4, 2020 24 By Sebastian Fry


Hello there, welcome back to
House Of Games. I’m Richard Osman. I’m joined by four famous faces
battling it out to win this trophy. Shall we meet the four people
who are playing? They played yesterday, they’re
playing again today and they are Kerry Godliman… Hello. ..Radzi Chinyanganya… Hello. ..Ebony Rainford-Brent… Hiya. ..and Hal Cruttenden. Welcome back, everybody. Hal, we will start with you,
sir. Yes. A huge win yesterday.
Yeah, do you know what, just when you did the intros just
then, I did sit here going, “I feel like the king.” Yes, I had a good win yesterday. Yeah, I do worry, I feel like
there’s a target on my back now. Yeah. I think the others
are all going to… Hmm. So I feel the pressure. I’d better
not let the pressure get to me. If we can stitch him up, we will.
We’re going to work together to bring you down. It’s like
Brazil at the World Cup, I know you all think
I’m going to be amazing, but it might not happen this time. It’s interesting because,
if you saw yesterday’s show, it’s a good win and you got lots of
points and all that kind of stuff, and the three of them are going,
“Oh, we’re going to team up now.” They gifted you so many points…
I know. ..just by shouting out answers,
by buzzing in with half answers… Those days are over. Ebony, finally we have
a professional sports person on the show and that’s good, so tactically, you’ve seen someone
go into a big early lead… Yeah. ..what do you do? How do you prepare? Sabotage. Sabotage, mind games… Tickling. Potentially. Getting close to the edge
of cheating, but not quite crossing the line,
as much as we can. Radzi, let’s take a look at
the leaderboard from yesterday. Hal was the winner
by quite some way. So Hal has 4 points. Radzi, you were second. Ebony, you were third. Kerry was in last place. Radzi… Yes. ..you can win one, right? Well, it was all about the Hal show, and I think if we can combine our
minds, greatness is going to happen. Mm. Yeah, I just… I doubt that. Kerry, now, yesterday Hal took home a lovely House Of Games
smoking jacket. Yeah. But we have new prizes today. If you were to win today,
here is your choice. A House Of Games dartboard there…
Ooh. ..a House Of Games tie, House Of Games duvet and pillow set, beer mats or
salt and pepper shakers. What would you fancy there? Think I’d like to season my dinner
with you. OK, that’s nice. The salt and pepper shakers are
good. Yeah, useful. Very nice. Yeah, we’ve seen them won
a couple of times. Shall we? Yeah, let’s do this. Shall we get on
and play Tuesday’s House Of Games? Very best of luck to everybody. Here
we go, your first round today is… What we do here,
I’ll go along the line, I will ask you each two questions, the answers to both of them
are the same. If you answer it after the first
question, I’ll give you two points. Answer it after the second question,
I’ll give you one. Kerry, for two points… Play-within-the-play, there’s
a play within a play in Hamlet. Has it got that character in it? Well, I assume so. I mean, I don’t remember that guy, but I remember
the play within a play in Hamlet. Do you want to go straight
to the lowbrow question? I think I’m just going to have to.
Yep. Oh, Bottom. So it’s Midsummer Night’s Dream,
isn’t it? Yeah, you see. One point to Kerry. There was another
play within a play. Radzi, two points if you can get
your answer from this first clue. I’ve got a furrowed brow,
let alone highbrow. I’ll go… I’ll go straight to
the lowbrow, please. I mean, it really isn’t,
but let’s just go… ..Joe McElderry. It’s… It’s all I’ve got. Is it Joe McElderry? It is not. Anyone can buzz in
if they know this one. BUZZER
Oh, Hal. Here we go. No, no, I really… It’s… No, no, no, before I give you
the correct answer, let me tell you why I haven’t got
the correct answer. He’s so humble. He’s so humble. No, I really haven’t. I know
the guy, though, I know his face, it was the grey hair… Yeah.
..sweeping back… Precisely. ..and he was older and it was
something like Wolfgang. But it’s not, but it’s like that.
It’s of that… Oh, oh, does he have blond hair? Are you going to say…?
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Wolfgang. Is it Wolfgang? It’s not. Incorrect. BUZZER Well, I… Yeah, I… Mozart. I don’t know. Is it Mozart? Wagner! Oh, Wagner. I still don’t… OK, that’s good. That was still the guy
with the grey hair? Yeah, yeah, yeah, that was Wagner.
Wolfgang, I knew it was a W. Your highbrow question
now for two points. Yeah, I know that one, actually. It just springs straight to mind. Talk of the England cricket team. So, yeah, you know, we just…
Yeah, no, no clue. Hold on, let me just… Before I jump down,
I’ll just give myself a second. No, move on, move on.
Just go through the rolodex. Yeah, yeah, just all
my Italian physicists. So, no is the answer. OK, here’s your lowbrow question.
Same answer. Oh, no, no, I need to… Hold on, hold on, hold on. Oh, look at these three here.
Ebony, look. Just give me a second. They’re all on it. Oh, no, I don’t want to give
this away but I’m going to have to come out
here cos… OK, so, what we’re going to have
here is a buzzer race. BUZZER
Radzi wins the race. Radzi. Is it Amadeus? Oh. Oh, no! Oh, no! It’s not. Not Hal, not Hal.
BUZZER Oh, it’s Hal. Hal, who is it? Galileo. Galileo! Hal, here’s your two-pointer. I don’t… I know she… She used to transform
herself into a swan but she would do anything,
I think, to… Anyway, but no, I don’t… I would say, then, a… A snake. Snake… Yeah. ..is Hal’s answer. Let’s see if you want
to change your answer when you see your lowbrow question
or if you want to stick with it. Oh, my God. The high is too high
and the low is too low. Yeah, exactly. You even said
that with disdain. That is low. That’s really hard.
I agree with you on this one. I have never watched an episode of
Geordie Shore. Stephen, erm… Stephen… Stephen… Stephen Crow. No. Is not so.
BUZZER Radzi. You’ve got to roll the dice. You have to. This is the name
of an animal that’s also a surname. Something like fish. I’ll go fish. Oh, yeah. Fish. Is it Stephen Fish? It’s not.
BUZZER Kerry. Elephant. Let’s find out. Oh. BUZZER
Ebony. Rabbit. No. Let’s take a look, Stephen… Oh, we’d have been here all day,
wouldn’t we? Yeah. Really hard. Stephen Bear, well done
if you said that at home, on either of those clues,
I have some respect for you. Back to Kerry. Highbrow question
for two points. Well, My Fair Lady’s based on… ..a George Bernard Shaw play,
isn’t it? Oh. And I can’t remember the name of it. Pygmalion. Pygmalion, you say. Shall we take a look
at the lowbrow question, see if you want to stick
with that? Hard to think what that would be
the answer to on the lowbrow. On the lowbrow. But we’ll find out.
It’s not that, then. Superman. It is. Superman, well done. Here we go, Radzi, for two points. Caesar is an option. I’ll definitely see
the lowbrow, please. Do you want to say Caesar? Why not? Caesar, you are saying. Let’s take a look at the lowbrow
question for one point. I’m flagging up syntax error in my
brain as I’m thinking. I’ve got… RADZI MUTTERS Shall we time you out, Radzi? Yeah. BUZZER
Oh, did I get it? Did I get it? I got it. Oh, no! Hal. I think it’s Tiberius. It is Tiberius, Hal, well done.
Well done. Ebony, it’s your turn now. OK. OK, highbrow for two points. I mean, the first thing obviously
that comes to mind is vulture, but that’s not necessarily it. That’s not a carnivorous mammal,
is it? It’s just a large bird. Let’s move to lowbrow. Yep, we’ll go lowbrow. I’m going to say tiger. Is it tiger? It is not.
BUZZER Oh, I forgot to do it. Radzi. Is it a fox? Is that right? It is indeed. AUDIENCE APPLAUD Hal, let’s see if we can get
a two-pointer to end the round. Oh, you see, Grey makes me
think of… Of thingy, of that, you know,
book, Charlotte Gray. It’s not Charlotte Gray
cos that’s set during the war. Erm, Grey, I would say… Oh, but maybe she was called
Charlotte Gray after a character
in an Anne Bronte novel. I don’t think it is. Free guess. Charlotte. Charlotte, you’re saying, let’s see if you stick with that
after the lowbrow question. Oh. So it’s a name that would
fit into an 1847 novel. I think it’ll be something
like Thelma, then, or Deirdre. Erm, Geraldine. It is not. Anyone?
BUZZER Kerry. Agnes. It is Agnes, very well played.
Oh, very good. That is very good. Well played, Kerry. That’s the end of that round.
Here are the scores. Well done. Go on, Kerry. Just don’t change anything. Round 2 today is… This is a pairs game. The player in last place
gets to choose their partner. Ebony… Yeah. ..who would you like
to team up with? Kerry’s all over it today. Girls club, come on. Yeah, you want to play with Kerry?
Yeah, let’s take the lads out. Radzi and Ebony, if you will swap
seats, please. Now here’s how this round works. I’ll ask you some questions,
buzz in if you know the answer, but you will only get your point if your partner can then spell
that answer correctly. Here we go. What is the answer
to this, please? BUZZER
Kerry. Mediterranean. Is the correct answer. Which means,
Ebony… Oh, my God. ..Mediterranean, I think… I think, scientifically,
is impossible to spell. But let’s show how far we can get
through it. But you’ll be fine. Yeah, cheers. M-E-D… ..I-T… ..-E-R… Oh. Yes. Ranean, so R-A… ..N-I… Oh, you did so much
of the hard work there. It’s E-A-N at the end. Great effort. Oh, yeah, yeah. Next one. BUZZER That is Hal. Eurythmics. Radzi, for a point,
how do you spell Eurythmics? One letter at a time, please. E-U-R… And I’m going to go Y… ..T-H… ..M-I-C-S. He’s only gone and done it. Yes! Well played, Radzi. Well done. Brilliant.
Well done. Nicely done. Next one. BUZZER
Kerry. Is it The Girl
With The Dragon Tattoo? So is it tattoo? It is tattoo. Oh, God. So, Ebony… Well, I’ve got
a big one so let’s see. Right, there’s a lot of Ts in this. Right, go slow. Here we go. T… ..A… ..T-T… ..O-O. Is the right answer, Ebony. Well played. Next one. BUZZER Yes, Hal. Stieg. That is the right answer. You’ve just seen it
written down, Radzi. S-T… ..I… ..E-G. Is correct. Well done. Well done.
Well played. Well done, well done. Fantastic. Very nicely done. BUZZER Yes, Kerry. Kaleidoscope. Oh, my God. Let’s buckle in. Spell kaleidoscope. I mean, I’m not
even confident of the first letter. K… ..A… ..L… ..E… ..D… Oh! Oh, missed out an I there,
I think. I. I-D, yeah. E. Oh, no. Scope at the end there. Sorry. Kaleidoscope, well done if
you spelled that right at home. Final question in this round. What’s the answer to this
and how do you spell it? BUZZER Yes, Hal. So sorry. I was hoping to
give it to you. Pennsylvania. Oh. Pennsylvania is correct. Radzi, please spell Pennsylvania. P-E-N… You see, Penn State is double N,
and I’m not sure if that’s… It must be colloquialism. I’m going to go N… Go on. Yes! Oh, well done. Yeah, you might
have a go over the hump here. S… ..Y-L… Yep, well done. Wow. Oh, erm, V-A-N.. ..I-A. It is the right answer! Well done. Thank you. Well done. Very nicely done. That is the end of that round. Ebony and Radzi, if you’ll swap back
places, please. Let’s take a look at the scores
at the end of that. Radzi, some beautiful spelling
there. Brilliant, Radzi. Well done, that was good stuff. Like Hal needs the points. I do in this game. Here’s how we are looking. Well played, Hal. Round 3 today is going to be… What I’m going to do now,
going to show you three clues, we will fill the letters in
on those clues letter by letter, all the way from Z up to A, so you’ll see more and more of the
clues as we go through the alphabet. You just have to tell me what
connects the three clues, please. Here are your first three clues. BUZZER
Yes, Kerry. Coronation Street. Incorrect. BUZZER
Oh, it’s Hal. It’s soap operas.
It’s pubs in soap operas. It is. I gave it to you again! I’ve got to stop speaking. Yes. No, I think keep speaking. Keep speaking but just say
different things. Or say it when you know it. Yeah. Next three clues.
What connects these, please? BUZZER
Hal. Is it types of penguin? It is. Wow. I only really knew rockhopper. Very nicely done. Types of penguin.
Well done if you said that at home. What connects
these three clues, please? BUZZER
Radzi. Bowling terminology
or bowling scores. Are they terminology
from ten-pin bowling? Course they are. Well done. What connects these three, please? BUZZER
Yes, Hal. Parts of a book. They are, well done. What connects these three, please? BUZZER
Yes, Hal. Are they all Disney films? Are they all Disney films? They’re not, are they? BUZZER
Yes, Kerry. Films with Emma Thompson in. Oh! Are they films
with Emma Thompson in? They are, well played. Nicely done. That’s the end of that round. Let’s take a look at the scores. Well played, Hal. Two more rounds to go. Round 4 today will be… Tablets out, please, everybody. I’m going to give you all a category and you just have to give me
a correct answer that fits into that category, OK? But the point will go to the person whose answer has
the most letters in it. Your first category is… So, you need to write down the name
of an Asian country but the longest possible
answer will win. Kerry, what have you gone for? Oh, I’m Pakistan. It’s not that long, though. It’s not a great answer but
I think it might be a correct one. Just say it like it is, Richard. I will do. Radzi, what have you gone for? I’ve gone for Bangladesh. It seems longer, doesn’t it? Yeah, it should be longer. Ebony, what have you gone for? Same. Also gone for Bangladesh. And Hal. It does still count as Asia? Papua New Guinea. So, Hal says Papua New Guinea.
How many letters is that? So, if that is a correct answer,
Hal, you’ve won yourself a point. Is Papua New Guinea
a country in Asia? Incorrect, I’m afraid, Hal. So it’s in…
It’s in Australasia, isn’t it? Yeah, Australasia,
off the coast of… I thought it would still count
as Indonesia. So a point to Radzi and to Ebony,
very well done. Have you won two points, though,
for the longest possible answer? Very well done if you said
United Arab Emirates at home. Well done to me, as well,
I said United Arab Emirates. Well done, you. Give me an answer to this, please. According to the Official Charts
Company up to February 2019. Radzi, what have you gone for?
Britney Spears top ten singles. I went for the obvious one. Think it is just called
Baby One More Time but we’ll count that
as your answer anyway. I think it’s called
Baby One More Time. Ebony, you said the same
as Radzi last time. Have you said the same again? I have. There we go.
It’s the only one major one. Also called it
Hit Me Baby One More Time. So Baby One More Time,
says Ebony, as well. Hal, what have you gone for? Yes, and I also copied off Ebony. Kerry, are you breaking
with the team? Well, this is exciting. Well, you’re all going to get
one point. We know that. But are you all going
to get two points? Let’s find out, shall we? Oh. Anyway, listen, a point
for everyone, that’s nice. Well done. Good game.
Well done, everyone. Last one of this round. Give me an answer to this, please. That’s at the beginning
of the 2018/19 season. We are not counting
the word stadium. Ebony, what have you gone for? Yeah, I’ve gone… Well, I’m not a football fan, so
I’ve just gone and linked cricket, and I’m thinking Old Trafford, erm, Manchester United, but I couldn’t remember if Emirates
Old Trafford was the sponsor, so I didn’t write it cos I didn’t
want to not get a point, so I’ve gone just Old Trafford. Old Trafford, says Ebony,
we’ll put that up there. Hal, what have you gone? Is Spurs’ new ground
still called White Hart Lane? I assume it is. Let’s put that up
there. I’m a bit worried. I think I might be wrong again.
Have they changed it? That is exactly what I was thinking. But at the start of this season,
I think it was still that. Yeah, but they were
playing at Wembley cos the stadium wasn’t finished. There may be an issue
with that later on. Kerry, what are you saying? United Emirates. We’re just going to take Emirates
as your answer there. And, Radzi, what are you saying? I’ve gone for Stamford Bridge. Oh, he’s in there. Stamford Bridge, and quite rightly
adding a “boooo” there. I say that as a Fulham fan, lots
of lovely Chelsea fans out there. Who do you support, Radzi? Arsenal. Arsenal. For my sins. From the United Emirates stadium. Well, exactly! This is what
this show’s doing to me. These are your people here! Stamford Bridge has 14,
is that a correct answer? If it is, you’ve just won
yourself a point. Of course it is. Chelsea stadium. Old Trafford and Emirates
both correct answers, White Hart Lane
we wouldn’t have taken cos at the start of that season,
they were at Wembley Stadium. But is that the longest
possible answer? Have you got a longer
answer at home? Has Radzi won himself two points? Two points to you. Tablets away, please,
that is the end of that round. We have one more round to go, so let’s take a look at the
leaderboard before we go into it. In the game. Beautiful stuff. One round to go, we have a tie at the top
of the leaderboard. That final round, as always, is… You know how this works.
We’ll give you a picture, we’ll put the clue underneath,
smash the answers together. Point for a correct answer, point
off for an incorrect answer. Very best of luck to you all. We have a tie. Will we have
a tie at the end? Who is going to win Tuesday’s
House Of Games? Here is your first category. BUZZER
Yes, that is Hal. Secateursula Andress. It is, well done. Secateurs and Ursula Andress. Next one. BUZZER
That is Radzi. Plant potassium. Absolutely right, well played. Next category. Those will be the pictures.
Smash them into the clues below. Yes, that is Hal. Daniel Day-Lewis Carroll. Certainly is. Well done,
well played. Next Oscar winner. BUZZER
Yes, Kerry. Oh, my… Oh. But I know the answer
to both of those but I don’t get
the smash up business. So what’s the answer
to the first one? Charlie Chaplin. And what’s the answer to
the second one? Linda McCartney. So Charlie Chaplin…da. Charlie Chaplinda McCartney. There we go. Yes! Next category, please. KLAXON What a strong end
to the show from Kerry. But who has won Tuesday’s show?
Super close. Hal, you ran away with it yesterday.
You’ve had no such luck today. It was very, very close.
Close in that final round, as well. Our winner of Tuesday’s
House Of Games is… ..Hal by one point. Well done, mate. Well played, Hal. Oh, thank you. 1 point this time,
pushed all the way by Radzi. Well played, Radzi. Hal, you win another prize. Brilliant. You win one of these.
What would you like? I’m going to go for
the pillow and duvet set. Hal Cruttenden takes home a
House Of Games pillow and duvet set. Congratulations. Let’s take a look at
the weekly leaderboard. It could all change over
the next few days. I will see you here again,
same time, same place, tomorrow. We’ll see you here, as well,
on the House Of Games. Hi. Join me… Join me and Richard in bed.