- Panel Show
- Channel 4
- 8 (1 series)
- David Mitchell, Richard Ayoade and Micky Flanagan
- Barbara Wiltshire
- Giles Pilbrow and Arron Ferster
Two teams, captained by Micky Flanagan and Richard Ayoade, are pitted against each other in a battle of wordplay; answering questions based on sources including quotations, tweets and autobiographies, as well as some of the teams' very own one-liners to test their verbiage mettle.
Was It Something I Said? incorporates the first use of Twitter as a dedicated playalong companion for a TV show. Viewers are directed to the show's Twitter account (@somethingIsaid) by David Mitchell and encouraged to answer questions at the same time as they are put to the TV panellists. The more answers that a viewer gives, the more extra bonus content they unlock - including behind the scenes clips and deleted scenes, as well as funny pictures, animated GIFs and bonus facts and jokes from the show's panellists.
The show's rounds are:
Threesomes: The panellists must match a series of quotes to one of three famous people.
Complete the Quotation: Played over the advert break, the teams and audience at home must complete a famous quotation.
Keywords: The panellists are given a few keywords and must work out the famous quotation.
What Are They Talking About?: The teams hear a quote taken out of context and must then work out what it is really about.
Was It Something I Said?: Quotes are read out. Are they from one of the panellists, or the show's "virtual guest" (e.g. Piers Morgan).
- Production companies
- Also known as
- WISIS? (Acronym)
- Laugh track
- Live audience
- First broadcast
- Sunday 6th October 2013 on Channel 4 at 10:09pm
- Last new broadcast
- Sunday 24th November 2013 on Channel 4 at 10pm
- Length of episodes
- 30 minutes
- Last repeat
- Thursday 13th November 2014 at 1:35am on More4