Brendan, can you tell us a little bit about the show?
It's an idea I have had for a long time. I am a fact and trivia nut and one of things about the show that has always interested me is how a false fact often gets more traction than a true one. So I thought that if we could do it like a game night at home, then add the magic ingredient of audience members, we just might have some fun. We did, lots of fun.
Were you nervous stepping out of Mrs Brown's shoes and hosting your own show?
No, not nervous, as I am a stand-up comedian so going in front of the live audience was fantastic. But we record For Facts Sake in the same studio that we record Mrs Browns Boys and it did feel strange walking around the studio without high heels.
Are there any panel show hosts who have inspired you?
How do you think Mrs Brown would do on the show?
Terrible. Agnes thinks the manual labour is the Spanish Ambassador.
Who was the most competitive out of the team captains?
Ha!! Take your pick. We are a competitive family. When playing Trivial Pursuit in our house you need to say the answer exactly as it is on the card.
Did any of the captains surprise you with their general knowledge?
What was the most interesting fact you learnt from the show?
The density of custard.... I love custard, but I had no idea I could build my driveway with it.
Finally, can you tell us an interesting or unusual fact?
Oh my God, where do I start? I have a head full of trivia.
One quarter of all the fresh water in the world is in Canada...
In 1898 The Bayer Asprin Company bought the Trade Mark "Heroin"...
Crayola make enough crayons each year to circle the earth six times...
Earth is at its closest to the sun every January 3rd...
George Washington is the only president to win every electoral vote...
SOMEBODY STOP ME!!!