I'll Get This. Copyright: 12 Yard Productions.

I'll Get This

BBC Two comedy game involving a dinner bill. 13 episodes (2 series), 2018 - 2020.

Press Clippings

I'll Get This, BBC Two, review

Problems with the concept and no chemistry between the 'celebrities'. This creaky celebrity game show seemed to come from the 'notes to self' folder on Alan Partridge's dictaphone.

Adam Sweeting, i Newspaper, 12th May 2020

Review: I'll Get This

During the dinner-party parlour games (the overall loser has to foot the bill) the comedian Rachel Parris admitted to having worn handcuffs (she didn't say why) and her propensity for having, ahem, accidents inside her pants, of the worst kind. If you ever needed a reason not to watch The Mash Report...

James Jackson, The Times, 15th April 2020

The [o]BBC[o]'s celebrity dinner party gameshow returns for a second season, with this week's diners Jonathan Ross, Gabby Logan, Mark Wright, Anita Rani and Rachel Parris all surrendering their credit cards in the hope one of them will be footing the bill. A gentle hark back to the days of dining out.

Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 14th April 2020

Paul McGettigan interview

Comedy producer's tricks to make you laugh and the challenges his industry faces in coronavirus lockdown.

Pascale Hughes, i Newspaper, 10th April 2020

Dinner party show I'll Get This to return

I'll Get This, the comedy format in which celebrities play games over dinner with the loser paying the bill, is to return to BBC Two for a second series.

British Comedy Guide, 4th July 2019

The final episode of the frankly mundane gameshow, where celebs must win parlour games to avoid picking up the tab for dinner. 1Xtra DJ Dotty, comedian Russell Kane, actor Steve Pemberton, journalist Steph McGovern and accidental Partridge pioneer Richard Madeley take part, for their sins.

Hannah J Davies, The Guardian, 11th December 2018

This year's least essential programme invites Laura Whitmore, Chris Kamara, Rachel Johnson, Julian Clary and Tom Davis to go out for dinner and play parlour games to dodge the bill. It commits the cardinal sin of being less fun to watch than appear on, but they all seem nice enough.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 13th November 2018

I'll Get This review

This was a great new show where the time absolutely whizzed by (always a sure sign of enjoyment). Episode two next week is definitely worth a watch!

Telly Binge, 12th November 2018

New host-less gameshow in which celebs dine together and try to avoid picking up the bill by winning games. Carol Vorderman, Rylan Clark-Neal, Anton Du Beke, Ed Gamble and Ellie Taylor are this week's party of five, but the laughs are thin and there is a banal, enforced-fun feel to the whole thing.

Hannah J Davies, The Guardian, 6th November 2018

How we made I'll Get This

By filming famous faces playing silly games in a real restaurant, we hoped to make a panel show that looks nothing like any other, says Matt Walton.

Matt Walton, Broadcast, 5th November 2018