APPLAUSE Good evening, everybody,
I’m Richard Osman and this is the House Of Games. All week, I am joined by
four celebrity contestants, and all week they are battling
it out to win this trophy. Who are this week’s players? Let’s meet them once again, and they are Nina Wadia… ..Johnny Ball… ..Suzi Ruffell… ..and Danny Wallace. Welcome back, everybody. It was lovely having you here
yesterday. Nina, in position one. So enthusiastic. I think you might have buzzed
in more than anyone in the history of the show. I mean, listen,
you didn’t get many points, but, my goodness,
you buzzed in a lot. Well, I just, you can’t put a buzzer
in front of me. It’s fun, right? You just can’t, yeah.
You want to press it. Yeah, I’ll be pressing Johnny’s
next, then I’ll dive over… You should be so lucky, Johnny. Any
time you like, any time you like. Johnny Ball,
showbiz legend, broadcasting legend. Lovely to have you here. You spent all of yesterday’s show
complaining your brain didn’t work, and then did rather well. My brain didn’t work very well. It’s kidology, Johnny…
Yes, it might be. Nobody is fooled by you, sir,
nobody is fooled by you. Shall we take a little look at the
leaderboard from yesterday? Please. Nina, buzzed in a lot,
but one point. Johnny, two points,
Suzi has three points. Danny Wallace won it yesterday,
he has four points. It was very close, though,
between everybody, very close. Suzi, when you win on this show,
you win a daily prize. Now, Danny won yesterday, but he
very kindly gave you his prize. I know, I was delighted.
That’s right. He won the House Of Games
roller boots. Yep. I did. And so today I’m going to work
really hard and try and win Danny whatever you want. Wow.
Yeah, whatever you want, it’s yours. Well, you SAY whatever you want,
it’ll be one of these things. Yeah, of course.
Let’s take a look. Within reason. There is… It’s a lovely cushion there. You don’t get the mannequin,
unfortunately. It’s just the apron. There is a House Of Games
scented candle, House Of Games gardening gloves, and then the House Of Games
cut glass decanter, as well. If Suzi wins today, Danny, what
would you like her to give you? The candle, the scent,
is that also… Is that your scent? It’s a mixture of my scent
and sandalwood, essentially. Oh! Oh! It’s a little bit of both. Erm, I think I’ll go for
the decanter. Yeah, I would if I were you. OK, shall we play round one
on Tuesday’s House Of Games? Yes, please. It is… I’m going to ask you two questions. The answers are anagrams
of each other, OK? That’s all you need to know. Here are your first two questions.
Fingers on buzzers, please. BUZZER Yes, Nina? Erm, ma… German Manger? German and Manger. There we go. APPLAUSE That’s the combination we need, buzz in,
and then get the right answer. That’s how you win THIS show. Listen, the odds are if you just
buzz in enough, at some point you’ll get
something right! Well, you disproved that yesterday.
I did! Here’s your next one. These two
words are anagrams of each other, but what are they? BUZZER Yes, Nina? Tango and… ..erm… ..Tonga! Tango and Tonga is the right answer! APPLAUSE Oh, well done! Wow. Of course. Here’s your third question. And what are these? BUZZER
Yes, Suzi? TS Eliot, Toilets? TS Eliot and Toilets. Yes. APPLAUSE Well played, Suzi. I’ve got every one
half a second late, every one so far,
half a second late! If everyone could slow down
for Johnny, please? Please, please, please. Here are your next two questions. BUZZER Yes, Danny? Well, it’s of course
the Duke of York, Andrew, and it would have to be a Warden. Is it Andrew and Warden? It is Andrew and Warden, well done.
Yes. APPLAUSE Here’s your next question. The answers are both anagrams. And what is the name of this song? # Even if I could,
it’d all be grey… # BUZZER Suzi? Stan and, well, Ants and Stan? Ants and Stan. Well played.
Very good. APPLAUSE Ants are kept in a formicarium,
Stan by Eminem. Here are your next two.
What are the answers? BUZZER Yes, Danny? Cheetahs and The Chase. Cheetahs and The Chase,
is that right? It is right. Well done. APPLAUSE Here are your next two. BUZZER Johnny Ball? Here we go. Teacher and Hectare. Teacher and Hectare
is the right answer. Wow. Welcome to the show. Yes, Johnny! The perspiration’s coming down
my forehead! You see how you make
people feel sorry for you, they’re all applauding you getting
the answer. Thank you very much! You’re an opponent. How about that?
“Bullet” Baxter, of course. Here is the last question
in this round. What are the two answers here? And what is this? BUZZER Yes, Johnny? Rosetta and Toaster. Rosetta and Toaster, Mr Johnny Ball.
Well played. APPLAUSE Well played, everyone. Let’s take a look at the scores
at the end of round one. Oh, my goodness. Look at that, how lovely is that? Listen, you were all
lovely to each other yesterday, and now look, just sharing
the points out. Two points for everyone. APPLAUSE Let’s get between you,
shall we, with round two. Today, round two is going to be… Now, this is a pairs game.
What we do in this round, the person in last place
gets to choose their partner. You’re all in last place. Equally, you’re all in first place,
which is rather lovely. You chose yesterday,
didn’t you, Nina? Yes. Johnny, why don’t you choose
a partner for this round? I think we’re going to
stick together. Oh, you’re going to stick
with Nina, that’s nice. If you’ll excuse me, Suzi?
Well, I’m quite hurt, but, yeah… I think we’ll stick, yeah,
cos she was brilliant. Yeah, and also you don’t have
to move. We don’t have to move. Which is lovely. So Nina and Johnny,
you’ll be playing together, Suzi and Danny, playing together. Now, this is how we play
Chron-Illogical. You’re going to see
three historical events. You simply need to put them
in order, OK? There’s a little twist,
you’ll see what it is, but you just have to put
these three events in order, OK? Nina and Johnny,
here’s the first one for you. Your category is Clubs. Here are your three things. NINA WHISPERS: When was it, Suzi?
Was it lunchtime? One of them happened at lunchtime,
one of them was tea time, one of them was breakfast. Right, I’ve no idea. OK. Suzi’s probably the latest here.
I don’t know. Yes, I would go with
Matthew McConaughey’s Oscar as the earliest thing, followed by Suzi,
followed by 50 Cent. Right, two, three, one. Happy with that, Johnny? Perfect! Absolutely…
It’s probably entirely wrong! I wouldn’t have said
anything different. So, are you right? Let’s put them in that order. So there we go. First of all, Suzi,
when, what year was your, that day? That would have been 2011. 2011, OK. Let’s find out.
Have you got the right answer there? No. You have not got
the correct order. Sorry! Let’s see what the right order was. Oh! Oh, there you go. It was 50 Cent, then Suzi Ruffell,
then Matthew McConaughey, 2014. How did you do at home? Erm, Suzi, Danny. Yes.
Three events for you here. All right. Let’s go. Your category is Doctors, and here are your three events
to put in Chron-Illogical order. Got you. And can you just tell us,
what years are these? I will in about a minute and a half. I see, I see. So I would say that Nina
and Doctor Who, if it’s Matt Smith, I think that’s
going to be the earliest… OK… ..cos Matt Smith was
about ten years ago. Then I’d say that Kanye West
receiving an honorary doctorate is probably the earliest,
er, is probably the latest. Yeah, I think Nina, then Doctor
Pressure, then Kanye West. All right, and I give that my…
Are you happy to go with that? I give that my full backing.
Until it’s wrong? Yeah. Yeah. So you think Nina,
Doctor Pressure, Kanye West? Yep. Nina, do you remember what year
that would have been? Oh, my. I think, actually,
I’d probably say Suzi’s right. It’s around ten years ago. OK. About ten years ago. Have you scored yourself a point? It is not the right order. Let’s take a look at
the correct order. 2005, Dr Pressure. Nina, 2010. How about that? And Kanye West, 2015. Johnny and Nina,
your category is Berlin, and here are your three events. I think, I think I’ve got an idea, so, as I had no idea last time. I think three comes first. I think Denzel Washington
goes back quite a way when he won the Berlin Festival. Malcolm X came out in what year?
I’m trying to think. So what was the wall,
which year did the wall come down? Oh! When did the Berlin Wall came down? I think it’s three… You think it’s three, one, two? I think it’s three, two, one. I think it’s three, two, one.
You think it’s three, two, one? Now. I think, I agree,
I think it’s three, two, one. Oh, now I’m going to mess it up… No, three, two, one. Yeah? Three, two, one. Yeah?
Oh, no, don’t let me mess it up. Erm… All right, three, one, two.
Nina, believe in yourself! Three, one, two. Three, one, two.
Three, one, two? Three, one, two. Three, one, two. Three, one, two.
Fine. Three, one, two.
And then it’s my fault. OK, yes, I’ll do that! Let’s put them in that order. Did you move to Berlin
before the fall of the wall? No, we went right after
the fall of the wall. No! Ah! That’s taken a lot of the
jeopardy out of this reveal. Oh, God! Let’s find out,
is that the right order? It is not. Let’s put them
in the right order, shall we? It was the Berlin Wall…
The Berlin Wall fell. Danny Wallace took one look
at Hasselhoff on the wall, said to his mum and dad,
that’s where I want to move. Yeah, get me there, get me there. Let’s see. Can anybody
score a point in this round? OK, come on. Come on, guys. Suzi and Danny,
your category is School. Here are your three events. Can you put these in order? OK, interesting. Well, the first St Trinian’s,
they were sort of, they were black and white,
weren’t they? Yeah. My instinct would say
Belles of St Trinian’s, black and white film. Yep. Play School started,
that was in colour, so I would say that was second, and then I would say after CSEs
came the GCSEs. I think you’re bang on the money.
Yeah? Yep. Shall we try it? Belles of St Trinian’s,
Johnny, GCSEs. Is that right? You’re absolutely right, well done. It was so easy, wasn’t it? Well played, everybody. Let’s take a look at what
that has done to the scores. Here’s where we are. Nina and Johnny still on two, Suzi
and Danny now have three points. Well played. Excellent work.
Happy with that, happy with that. Round three. You don’t know
what it’s going to be. I don’t know what it’s going to be.
It is… Now, I’ll tell you how we play this, but first, I will tell you what
The Elephant in the Room is, and today it is… ..ear. OK? I’m now going to ask you
a series of questions, buzz in and give me
the right answer, but you must not mention
The Elephant in the Room. If the word “ear” is anywhere
in the answer, you must not say it. Very best of luck to you all.
Fingers on buzzers. Here is your first question. BUZZER Top G. Top G. Absolutely right, Top Gear.
You lose the “ear”. Top G. Here’s your next one. BUZZER Yes, that is Nina. Shakesp…re! Is that right? No, I can’t take it, I’m so sorry. BUZZER Suzi? Shakesp – e. Shakesp – e is the right answer. Yeah, we take the “ear”
out of Shakespeare. I think you left in,
you left in the last R. I did the R. Yeah. Sorry, Nina.
That’s all right, no worries! Take the “ear” out of this answer,
please. BUZZER Yes, Nina? Oh ho ho! Ts… T S. Erm… ..for F S. Ts for Fs? Ts for Fs! I’ll give you
Ts for Fs, Nina. Well done. Ts for Fs, well done
if you said that at home. Here’s your next one. BUZZER Yes, Danny? Big S. Big-s, yeah, Big-s. Big-Ears
without the “ear”, so it’s Big-s. Leave the “ear” out of this answer,
please. # I think I can make it
now the pain is gone… # BUZZER Yes, Danny? I Can See Cl ly Now. I Can See Cl ly Now is the right
answer. Well done. APPLAUSE Here’s your next question. BUZZER Danny? Dermot O’L ly. It’s not, I’m afraid. Unlucky. BUZZER Nina? Dermot O’L ys. L ys? Er, L Y S. No, I’m afraid not. BUZZER Johnny Ball. Give me a moment! Dermot O L… Is it I O Y? I don’t… No, I can’t take that, either. This is… We all know who it is. BUZZER We’re just going to take the “ear”
out of Dermot O’Leary, Suzi. Help us out. Dermot… Yeah.
O L Y? Yeah. Dermot O’ly. Yeah. Absolutely. Oh, that was harder
than it should have been! Final question in this round. BUZZER Johnny? R Admiral. R Admiral, Rear Admiral. I got one! Yeah! Well done. Oh, that was harder than I thought
it was going to be. Yeah. Those were tough, those were tough. Shall we take a little look
at the scores, three rounds in? Nina and Johnny have three,
Suzi has five, Danny in the lead on his own,
six points. Thanks. Great. APPLAUSE Shall we play round four? Yeah. OK. It is… All take your tablets out, please, I’m going to show you
a series of pictures. I’m then going to ask you to put
your finger on something in the picture. OK? Here’s your first picture. There’s a picture of a dartboard. I want you to put the finger
on the following, please. That’s not the easiest darts
question in the world, I would say. Anyone happy with their answer? No, not really. Everybody is in. So where on that dartboard
is the madhouse? Let’s see where Nina has gone. Just between the one and the 18.
Yeah. Yeah, it’s a mad place to throw
a dart! It’s true. Johnny, where have you gone?
Double one. Double one, you say, is the
madhouse. Suzi, what was your thinking? I thought it was triple one.
Oh, really? But I’m not good at darts. OK. So perhaps you were aiming
for double one. That’s the thing!
And you hit triple one. Danny, do you know this one?
No, I didn’t. I just went sort of in the middle
cos it’s all crazy there. Anything could happen. What have I got? What have I got? And you run up and
you’ve got an 11 or a 14 or a green bit. So Danny’s madhouse. There’s the bull’s-eye.
It is the bull’s-eye. Also known as the bull’s-eye. I was going to say, they do
have a name for that already. Right. Where is the madhouse
on a dart board? It is… double one. Johnny, a point to you. Very well done. APPLAUSE Let’s take a look at your
next picture. Woo. There’s a picture, can you put your finger on
the following, please? We will start with Johnny. Johnny, who have you
pointed to? George Bush Senior.
George Bush Senior. Suzi, where have you gone? Me too.
Same one? Same one. George Bush Senior. Danny, where have you gone? I’ve gone for George Bush Senior,
but slightly closer to his navel. No, I haven’t. Oh, look at that! It’s his clavicle. And, Nina, where have you gone? I went for George Bush Junior. Oh, interesting. Well, listen, this is either
going to go very well for you, this round, or very, very badly. Are we going to give out three
points or are we going to give
out one point? Let’s see who previously served
as vice-president. It was George Bush Senior. Well done, the three of you.
APPLAUSE Unlucky, Nina. George Bush Senior was Reagan’s
vice-president, of course. One final picture in this round. Look, there’s a picture
of what, that’s like horsey stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Let’s take a look at what
we want here. Could you please put your finger
on the pommel? Anyone here ridden horses
in their time? Yeah, my dad does a lot.
He sort of works with horses. Really? OK. Yeah. He would be…
He’ll be disappointed watching this. Has everyone locked in? Yep. Yep. Danny, we’ll start with you. Do you know what the pommel is? Well, do I? It’s such a big question. There’s the saddle, right? Yeah. But then you think of
a pommel horse. Yeah. Think of what you do with a pommel
horse. Gymnastics. Yeah. So I thought it could be saddley,
but I didn’t go for the saddle bit. I went for the bit just
underneath the saddle, supporting it as a pommel horse
might. OK. So just underneath the saddle.
That’s your pommel. Yeah. Nina.
Where have you gone? Again, no logic to mine, though. I put it also on the saddle,
but on the kind of back end, that little darker bit there. No, that’s the front end. Oh, is it? See, I know nothing.
I know nothing! Is that the front of the saddle?
Yeah, that’s the front end. Oh, great. DANNY: What is a horse? Johnny, where have you gone? I think it’s the… It’s the highest bit at the front
of the saddle, which is on the right. And with the American cowboys,
they have an actual pommel, which is a nob, so they can wind their rope round it
when they’re hauling steers. Oh, really? OK.
I think that’s the pommel. Suzi. I’m in the same place
as Johnny. Really? Yeah. So you think that’s a pommel?
I think so. For the same reason of the cowboys. I mean, Nina and Danny,
I love you both dearly. But, I mean, if I was a betting man,
I would say, given neither of us know the front or the back of
a saddle… I don’t! DANNY: I also thought that I was
doing it on the front there. It’s beginning to look
a lot like Suzi and Johnny
might have got a point. Do you guys know the front
and the back of a horse? Cos maybe you’ve got the whole
thing twisted round the wrong way. Only in panto.
THEY LAUGH Here we go.
Where have you gone at home? Do you agree with Johnny or Suzi
or do you agree with Nina, or do you agree with Danny? There it is. Look at that. A point for Johnny
and Suzi. Very well played. Tablets away,
please. Oh, dear! We’ve got one round to go
on Tuesday’s House Of Games. Danny won yesterday. Who’s going to win today? Let’s see where we are. Nina, you have three. Johnny, you have six,
Suzi and Danny up the top there with seven points each. Wow! APPLAUSE So the last round, as always,
on House Of Games is… There’ll be some pictures,
there’ll be some clues, smash the answers together, please.
Point for a correct answer. You lose a point if you buzz in
and give me an incorrect answer. Anyone’s game. OK. Very best of luck to all of you. Here is your first category. Those will be the pictures,
there’ll be a clue underneath, smash them together. What do you
get? Good luck, everybody. Danny.
Phillip Scho… Field Of Dreams. Phillip Schofield,
Field Of Dreams is the right answer. APPLAUSE
There we go. Here’s your next one. Who is this and what’s the answer
to the clue? Yes, Nina. Stephen Mulhernia.
Stephen Mulhernia. APPLAUSE
Well done. I’m sorry, Stephen! Oh, you know what, if Stephen
is watching at home, that’s a Stephen Mulhernia. That’s great! Here’s your next clue. Yes, Danny. Bob Monk…
House of Fun. APPLAUSE Bob Monkhouse Of Fun. Well played. Here’s your next category. I love cables. Cables!
Well, that’s interesting. I haven’t… I mean, the question writers
throw curveballs sometimes, but you’re going to see pictures
of cables?! Yeah. I’ve got a lead. Let’s see what the answers are. Fingers on buzzers, everyone. Yes, Danny. USBee Gees. USBee Gees, is that right? It is USBee Gees.
APPLAUSE Well done. That is good. I’ll give
him that. I love cables. Do you? This is a great round for you.
Here’s the next one. I don’t know what they’re called! Danny. He’s going for it. H-D-M-I five? Is it H-D-M-I five? Yeah. Wow. It is. Well done. As soon as you buzzed in, you realised it could be five
or six. And, like I say, I love cables,
but I just wasn’t sure about wartime security services. Services H-D-M-I five,
HDMI and MI5. Here is your final cable. Thank God! Yes, Nina. Well, I know it’s… SHE GASPS
Ether netball! Is it ether netball? It is, well played. Ether netball. Here’s your next category. You’ll see a picture of boyband
members. Look at Suzi… Yeah. Yeah. I have got this. Yes, Danny. Now, is it “Ronan Keating her curds
and whey?” Whatever that is. “Ronan Keating her curds and whey”
for a point? Yes, it is, “Ronan Keating,
eating her curds and whey.” APPLAUSE Here’s your next boyband member.
SIREN WAILS No more boyband members,
I’m so sorry, Suzi. Yes. Danny had three cables
and you only had one boyband member. Finally, I thought,
I’ve found my stride… And then he even got that. Shall we take a look at who’s won
Tuesday’s House Of Games? With 12 points,
Danny Wallace has won again. Well played, Danny. Impressive.
Well played, Danny. So, Danny, yesterday you won
a prize, you won the roller boots and you gave it to Suzi.
I did. Would you like a prize for
yourself today, or are you going to keep up this
selfless display? Let’s take a look at what
you could be taking home. I think I’ll choose the one
that looks the most like an award so I can pretend I’ve won
the whole week. That’s a good idea. I’ll have the decanter, please. Danny is taking home
the House Of Games decanter. Congratulations, Danny.
APPLAUSE Let’s take a look at the weekly
leaderboard after two days of House Of Games. Here’s how we stand. Nina, you have two points. Johnny, four. Suzi, six. Danny up in the lead with eight
points. It can all change, though.
We have three days to go. Friday’s double points as well.
Been an absolute pleasure. Once again, I’ll see you same time,
same place, tomorrow. I will see YOU at the same time,
same place tomorrow as well on the House Of Games. APPLAUSE What’s in that? Have a little… I think it’s urine.