Series 3 (2009)
First Broadcast: Mon 10th August 2009
New host Rob Brydon joins regular team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack for the comedy panel show all about truths and lies. The panellists this week are Carol Vorderman, Larry Lamb, Jo Brand and Russell Howard.
First Broadcast: Mon 17th August 2009
Ken Livingstone, Reginald D. Hunter, Fern Britton and Stephen Mangan are the guests trying to lie this week. Does the 'D' in Reginald's name stand for 'Delicious' and is Lee Mack lying about a sausage roll?
First Broadcast: Mon 24th August 2009
Joining David Mitchell this week are songstress Jamelia and comic Marcus Brigstocke; while Mancunian motor-mouth Terry Christian and comedian and TV presenter Jimmy Carr unite with Lee Mack in a bid to outwit the opposing team.
First Broadcast: Mon 31st August 2009
TV presenter Claudia Winkleman, stand-up comedian Jason Manford, presenter Clive Anderson and comic actress Miranda Hart are the celebrity guests on a quest for the truth this week.
First Broadcast: Mon 7th September 2009
This week, comedian Jack Whitehall and former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie join David to do battle with Lee's team mates, TV presenter Christine Bleakley and stand-up comedian Frankie Boyle.
First Broadcast: Mon 14th September 2009
This week, TV presenter Davina McCall and comedian Dave Gorman join David's camp and compete against journalistic powerhouse Janet Street-Porter and funnyman Omid Djalili on Lee's team.
First Broadcast: Mon 21st September 2009
Joining David this week are Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy and impressionist Ronni Ancona. Teaming up with Lee are comedian and author Danny Wallace and sports presenter Gabby Logan.
First Broadcast: Mon 28th September 2009
Talking 'porkies' this week are fashionista Trinny Woodall, Psychoville star Reece Shearsmith, West End star Michael Ball and acerbic critic and TV presenter Charlie Brooker.
A special compilation episode of the comedy panel show about truth and lies, featuring classic and unseen bits from the third series. Contestants must remain poker-faced while revealing personal stories, tackling a quick-fire lies round, and explaining their real or invented relationship with a mystery guest.