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8 Out Of 10 Cats. Image shows from L to R: Rob Beckett, Jimmy Carr, Aisling Bea. Copyright: Zeppotron.

8 Out Of 10 Cats

E4 and Channel 4 and More4 panel show based around statistics. 188 episodes (20 series), 2005 - 2017. Stars Jimmy Carr, Rob Beckett, Aisling Bea, Sean Lock and others.

Returns Wednesday 27th December at 9:40pm. Episode Guide
Series 15, Episode 10 is repeated on 4Music today at 9pm

Series 9

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Friday 8th January 2010

8 Out Of 10 Cats is back for a ninth series. The guests joining Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and Jason Manford are Claudia Winkleman, Jamelia, Charlie Clements and Shappi Khorsandi.

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2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Friday 15th January 2010

Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock, Jason Manford and guests look at the news stories of the week. This week's guests are Josie Long, Fay Ripley, Peter Jones from Dragons' Den and Jack Whitehall.


3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Friday 22nd January 2010

In a sports-themed edition of the show Jimmy Carr asks Sean Lock, Jason Manford, Gabby Logan, Johnny Vaughan, John Bishop and Denise Lewis to guess the country's top sporting highlights.


4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Friday 29th January 2010

This week Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock, Jason Manford are joined by guests including Michael Ball and Jodie Kidd.


5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Friday 5th February 2010

This week Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock, Jason Manford are joined by guests David Walliams, Fern Britton, Greg Davies and Holly Walsh.


6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Friday 12th February 2010

This week's guests are Carol Vorderman, David O'Doherty, John Bishop and Peter Serafinowicz.


7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Friday 19th February 2010

With guests David Walliams, Rhod Gilbert, Lauren Laverne and Janice Dickinson.


Special: World Cup Special

First broadcast: Friday 11th June 2010

Jimmy Carr referees 45 minutes of end-to-end comedy featuring team captains Sean Lock and Jason Manford. Guests making up the final teams are Peter Shilton, Helen Chamberlain, Jack Whitehall and Paddy McGuinness.


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