This is the final episode of the modest internet hit No More Women. It's the "decider". Me and Mark Watson were locked at 3:3 coming into this and whoever won would "take all".Tim Key, BBC Comedy, 22nd February 2010
How hard can it be to break into the dictionary? Comedian Alex Horne recounts his long journey to linguistic immortality.Alex Horne, The Independent, 16th February 2010
"How could I commentate on the ultimate contest if I hadn't yet dipped at least one of my many many toes in the tepid but treacherous waters of the game itself."Alex Horne, BBC Comedy, 11th February 2010
We'd like to see No More Women take off around the nation so I've teamed up with my YouTube friend Daveyboyz in hope of inspiring you to have a go too.Myles Dyer, BBC Comedy, 5th February 2010
This was a tough game of No More Women played out by the lifts at the BBC (you can go on tours there where you catch glimpses of celebs/weathermen).Tim Key, BBC Comedy, 2nd February 2010
We are launching the first ever (possibly) twellyvision experience. For, as the ninth episode of our glorious quiz airs on Tuesday night (at 10pm on BBC Four), we (myself, Mark Watson and Tim Key) shall both be watching and tweeting for your entertainment.Alex Horne, BBC Comedy, 25th January 2010
On Thursday this week our very own We Need Answers found itself in the firing line of a report on public broadcasting from political think tank Policy Exchange.Mark Watson, BBC Comedy, 15th January 2010
No More Women:
Filmed in dimly lit rooms around their offices and the BBC, as well as on-set, No More Women features Key and Watson simply naming famous people in turn against the clock.
The trick is for each of them to create a new rule before their opponent's next go - for example "no more names with the same letter twice in a row" or for ruthless players, "no more women".
To enliven what is essentially a pub game, Horne wittily commentates on the action off-camera in much the same offbeat way as on the main TV show, incessantly layering on graphics and fact boxes.
And as the tournament has progressed, they've roped in T4 presenter Rick Edwards and Radio 1's DJ Nihal to challenge the regular players in some "exhibiton matches".Broadcast, 15th January 2010