Series 3, Episode 5
The panel debates whether Christine and Anton Du Beke danced their way out of being given a parking ticket; whether Kelvin has a nuclear bunker in his garden; and whether David had a brush with the law after he was caught breaking in to his own flat.
Jack Whitehall: Every Christmas my dad makes the whole family stand for the Queen's speech (Truth)
Frankie Boyle: When I was a child I was scared my whole life was a book read by a bear, and one day the bear would close the book and my life would end (Lie)
Ring of Truth
Mick Jagger has been asked by a company if they can sell his ashes in collectible egg timers when he dies (Truth)
This Is My...
Kelvin: Terry built the nuclear bunker in my garden
David: Terry is a policeman who was called out when I was caught trying to break into my own flat
Jack: This is Terry 'The Mean Machine' Frazier, and he is teaching me how to wrestle (Truth)
Lee: If you give me any date before the year 2000 I can tell you what day of the week it is (Lie)
Christine: A Coronation Street star (Adam Rickitt) once made me remove all the red M&Ms from a bowl (Truth)
The game is a draw, 5-5. Rob's top liar award goes to Kelvin McKenzie
- Monday 7th September 2009
- BBC One
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Rob Brydon||Host / Presenter|
|Lee Mack||Team Captain|
|David Mitchell||Team Captain|
|Rob Colley||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Dominic English||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Dan Gaster||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Charlie Skelton||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Aiden Spackman||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Christine Rose||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Will Ing||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Martin Trenaman||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Peter Holmes||Executive Producer|
|Ruth Phillips||Executive Producer|
Was Frankie Boyle really scared as a child at the thought that his entire life was just a book read by a bear?
The truth is discovered about Frankie and his bear.