Series 2, Episode 6
Lee Mack kicks off the final episode of the series by showing guests Chris Tarrant, Kimberly Wyatt and Robert Webb an unorthodox way of drinking wine, proving that you can open a bottle of vino with a boot. Please note that, while this is indeed possible, it's also a royal pain in the derriere - there is a very good reason why people use corkscrews rather than Caterpillars.
Kids are inquisitive creatures, sure, but did you know that the average child asks 288 questions every day? That's Tarrant's titbit, although the TV presenter doesn't disclose how many of these queries are simply the repetition of 'why'. Webb, meanwhile, goes all out to demonstrate that four ceramic cups can withstand the weight of a two-ton truck.
Confident she's got the evening's most impressive morsel, Got to Dance judge Kimberley Wyatt proposes that, in a public toilet, the cubicle closet to the door has the least amount of germs. And, who better to gather evidence for the singer's theory than former How Clean is Your House presenter Kim Woodburn.
The winning celeb then gets to assist Mack in a follicle-based final experiment.
- Monday 6th October 2014
- Sky One
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|Lee Mack||Host / Presenter|
|Simon Foster (as Dr Simon Foster)||Self|
|Emily Grossman (as Dr Emily Grossman)||Self|
|Richard Woolfson (as Dr. Richard Woolfson)||Self|
|Peter Ayton (as Prof. Peter Ayton)||Self|
|Andrew Bird||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Dominic English (as Dom English)||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Aiden Spackman||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Neil Webster||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Iain Wimbush||Script Editor|
|Karen Murdoch||Series Producer|
|Andy Auerbach||Executive Producer|
|Dean Nabarro||Executive Producer|
|Chris Brogden||Executive Producer|
|Phil Edgar-Jones (as Philip Edgar-Jones)||Executive Producer|
|Markus Blee||Production Designer|