Series 4, Episode 4
Rhod Gilbert - Milk
- The Queen's milk bottles are monogrammed. Found by Adam.
- Robert Redford's father was a milkman. Found by Adam.
- Hippos milk is pink. Successfully smuggled.
- The expression "Skimmed milk" originates from Shakespeare's play Henry IV Part 1. Successfully smuggled.
- If you bust a paper bag in the ear of a Jersey cow it stop producing milk for half-an-hour. Successfully smuggled.
Reginald D. Hunter - Julius Caesar
- It is widely believed that Caesar was born with teeth. Found by Shappi.
- Caesar wore vegetables to disguise his baldness. Found by Shappi.
- All Romans of the pre-Caesar era were vegetarian. Successfully smuggled.
- Caesar brought the first giraffe to the west. Successfully smuggled.
- Caesar and Cleo were the early stage names of Sonny and Cher Bono. Successfully smuggled.
Shappi Khorsandi - Kissing
- In the 19th century women put pins in their mouths to avoid untoward kissing in the dark. Found by Rhod.
- Noel Edmonds gave the kiss of life to a horse. Found by Rhod.
- Until the Romans invaded the British had no word for kissing. Successfully smuggled.
- In Iowa it is illegal for a man with a moustache to kiss a woman in public. Successfully smuggled.
- Vanessa Feltz's first kiss was with the DJ Pete Tong. Successfully smuggled.
Adam Hills - Kangaroos
- Kangaroos cannot walk backwards or fart. Found by Rhod.
- Kangaroos outnumber Australians three-to-one. Found by Rhod.
- Kangaroos are excellent swimmers. Found by Rhod.
- A group of kangaroos is called a "mob". Found by Rhod.
- The surname of Australian tennis player Evonne Goolagong translates into English as "kangaroo's nose". Successfully smuggled.
- Rhod Gilbert: 4 points
- Reginald D. Hunter: -1 point
- Shappi Khorsandi: -3 points
- Adam Hills: -6 points
- Monday 26th October 2009
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|David Mitchell||Host / Presenter|
|Reginald D Hunter||Guest|