Series 6, Episode 6
The show starts with the headliners round, and the panel coming up with suggestions for the initials B.G.M.C. that correspond to a photo of the Olympics opening ceremony in China, then follows discussion about the games in general. The 4 x 1 joke relay round features stand-up material from Andy, Adam, Frankie and Russell, and then the comedians try to figure out what is the economy-related question if the answer is '691 million', and talk about the credit crunch and 'staycations'. The show ends as always with scenes we'd like to see - this week they are the things you wouldn't hear at the Olympics, and lines you wouldn't hear in a war film.
- Thursday 14th August 2008
- BBC Two
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Dara O Briain||Host / Presenter|
|Hugh Dennis||Regular Panellist|
|Andy Parsons||Regular Panellist|
|Frankie Boyle||Regular Panellist|
|Russell Howard||Regular Panellist|
|Simon Bullivant||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Rob Colley||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Steve Punt||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Colin Swash||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Dan Patterson||Series Producer|
|Jed Leventhall||Executive Producer|
|Jonathan Paul Green||Production Designer|
The team contemplate some things you wouldn't hear at the Olympics.
"When you're three you're into custard and jumping"
Featuring: Russell Howard.