The Big Fat Christmas Quiz, Channel 4

by | Dec 27, 2006 | All, Reviews


1 Host Jimmy Carr’s jokes including “Cannabis changed from a Class B drug to Class C which was a nightmare for Scouse kids. They had to learn a new letter.” “Dogging – you end up driving away in a car looking like a plasterer’s radio.” “Wayne Rooney broke his foot. He didn’t mind too much because all the brothels he visits have a stairlift.”

2 The competitiveness and campness of David Walliams, squabbling with his partner Rob Brydon

3 The victory for Jonathan Ross (we love) and June Sarpong (we also love)

4 “What do you do before you please a lady, David?” Before he could answer, Jonathan chipped in: “He goes to a cashpoint.”

5 David and Rob talking about Parky (aimed at Jonathan) “He’s a proper chat show host. He’s interested in you, not just going on about himself all the time.”

6 Jimmy Carr’s question: “Do you think Ant & Dec have ever double teamed a lady?”

7 The suggested answers to the question, what did Michael Jackson tell a boy white wine was? Man juice, love piss, Pepsi Cola. The correct answer was Jesus Juice

8 Jonathan Ross – “Ant and Dec, a massive cock and that little bloke – what a brilliant night that would be.”

9 Jonathan’s ciabatta/Lesley Ash joke

10 Jonathan’s impression of Nadia

11 Simon Pegg and Liza Tarbuck’s surreal answers

12 The Neasden primary school re-enacting The Office’s Golden Globes win and the art warehouse fire

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