Series 7, Episode 7 - The Perfect Stuff
Prize task: Most exciting thing beginning with "G".
* Rhod Gilbert: Greg's childhood toys. - 2
* James Acaster: Glasses which James claims belonged to Ghandi. - 2
* Phil Wang: A gold $5 bill (costs $3.95). - 1
* Kerry Godliman: A bowl of guacamole. - 1
* Jessica Knappett: A signed poster of Greg. - 1
Task 1: Throw something into the bin on the other side of this fence. You may not use ladders. You may not touch the fence. You must stay this side of the fence. Fastest wins. Your time starts now.
* Rhod: 3:17 - 5
* Phil: 7:19 - 4
* Jessica: 7:35 - 3
* Kerry: 12:02 - 2
* James: 19:10 - 1
Task 2: Don't blink. Last to blink wins. Your time starts in ten seconds.
* Rhod: 7:10
* Jessica: 1:17
* James: 12.4 seconds
* Phil: 12 seconds
* Kerry: 11 seconds
Task 3 (Team Task): Make the best extension to the Taskmaster house. You have 30 minutes. Your time starts now.
* The Girls - 4
* The Boys - 1, except for James who is given 2 because of the pain he went through doing the task.
Task 4: Make the best Christmas cracker. You have ten minutes to order your materials, and 20 minutes to make your Christmas cracker. Your time starts now.
* Phil - 5
* Everyone else - 3
Live task: Walk over and hit that drum in exactly 9.58 seconds. Also, there are two bonus points for the person with the most magnificent walk.
* Rhod: 9 seconds - 5
* James: 11.18 seconds - 4
* Kerry: 6.15 seconds - 3
* Jessica: 27.2 seconds, but gets the bonus points. - 3
* Phil: 6.1 seconds - 2
* Rhod - 21
* Jessica - 18
* James and Phil - 15
* Kerry - 14
- Wednesday 17th October 2018
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|Greg Davies||Host / Presenter|
|Alex Horne||Host / Presenter|
|Andy Devonshire||Series Director|
|Andy Cartwright||Series Producer|
|Richard Allen-Turner||Executive Producer|
|James Taylor||Executive Producer|
|Jon Thoday||Executive Producer|
|Hilary Rosen||Executive Producer|
|Rob Aslett||Executive Producer|
|Andy Devonshire||Executive Producer|
|Alex Horne||Executive Producer|
The contestants are tasked with throwing something over the fence and in to a bin, without using ladders to look over or touching the fence. Rhod has something to say about what constitutes as a ladder.
Rhod Gilbert attempts the no blinking challenge, with a painful approach.
James Acaster desperately defends his 'Ghandi glasses'.