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  • If you're casting people for a game show, you want folks that are good on camera.

  • But you also want folks who will be evenly matched,

  • whose areas of knowledge overlap enough with the game and with each other

  • that they can put up a good fight.

  • With that in mind, please welcome Inés,

  • who has a PhD from Oxford in the biomechanics of insect flight,

  • and Toby, who is one of Britain's leading experts

  • in Pokémon.

  • I'm sorry, Toby!

  • [surprised noise]

  • Welcome to the Game Garage. Today we are playing Cash and Grab, with:

  • Bird Keeper Toby, hello.

  • And Inés from Draw Curiosity.

  • In front of you, there is the money box.

  • The box is real, but the money is fake. Those are our magical dollars.

  • Today they are pegged to the South African Rand.

  • The more you pull out of there,

  • the more money you could be going home with.

  • Three rounds, all you have to do is answer some questions

  • and then pull out the money. How hard can it be?

  • Round one, it's very simple, I'm going to ask you some questions,

  • you're going to answer them on the buzzers.

  • The first of you two to get to three points

  • can start pulling money out of that box

  • with these chopsticks.

  • -Okay. -They're going to go just there.

  • I'm, like, highly dyspraxic.

  • -Oh man, uh... -I am so clumsy.

  • I can't use-- I'm that guy at Wagamama's who asks for a fork or a spoon.

  • So the good news is: you don't have to hold them

  • in one hand like you usually do.

  • Oh, okay, I can whatever.

  • I had a Japanese neighbour teach me how to eat crisps with chopsticks.

  • Oh, you'd better hope...

  • But I'm not sure that'll work here.

  • You'd better hope you get to three first, Toby.

  • -Wow. -That's all I'm saying.

  • Okay, hope I'm good at the questions.

  • As long as the money comes through and out using those chopsticks, that's fine.

  • It's got to get in your bucket.

  • Does the money have to come out whole or can we stick a hole through them?

  • If you can somehow manage enough force with the chopsticks to pierce the money,

  • sure, as long as it comes out through that hole

  • with the chopsticks, that's fine.

  • Once it's out, use your hands, use whatever to get it into your bucket,

  • but it's got to come out with those chopsticks.

  • All right, so, three questions to start.

  • Whoever gets to three first, start pulling money.

  • The other person is going to keep answering questions

  • and they're going to have to get three more.

  • Doesn't matter what you're on at the time,

  • it's three to start and three to stop.

  • Fingers on buzzers please.

  • I'm just excited to use the buzzer, honestly.

  • Genuinely, I've never used a buzzer before, for anything like this.

  • I'm just hoping I do well at the...

  • Having never been on a game show before, I'm ready.

  • You haven't been on one now.

  • All right, everybody ready?

  • -Uh huh. -Mmhm.

  • Which word comes next?

  • Year, decade, century.

  • Millennium.

  • Correct, one-nil.

  • What is an Olympic silver medal actually made from?

  • Silver?

  • Correct, one all.

  • What shape is a complete rainbow?

  • -Inés? -Circle.

  • Correct, two-one. One more to start grabbing.

  • What girl's name is also a Christmas song?

  • -Myrtle? No, Mistletoe-- -No, handing it over.

  • No, you've got it now.

  • -Mistletoe, is that what you said? -Holly.

  • No, Carol!

  • -Oh. -Oh, Christmas carol, yeah.

  • The Trojan war was fought over the abduction of which woman?

  • Helen?

  • Yes, Helen of Troy, start grabbing.

  • Three to stop.

  • How many solar system planets are bigger than Uranus?

  • -Two? -Correct.

  • How many letters of the alphabet can be spoken using one syllable?

  • All of them.

  • -No, 25, W can't. -Oh!

  • What letter is dot dot dot in Morse Code?

  • -S. -Yes, correct, that's two.

  • Which musical instrument's name literally means "soft-loud"?

  • No, pass.

  • Piano, pianoforte.

  • Which child's toy has the real name Millicent Roberts?

  • I have no idea!

  • Barbie.

  • What is 16 divided by a half?

  • Eight.

  • No, 32. Divided by a half!

  • What's the singular version of opera?

  • I'm so sorry, Toby...(!)

  • -I don't know...! -Opus!

  • Where would you find the Sea of Tranquility?

  • -Africa? -On the moon!

  • What do honeybees collect?

  • -Honey! -No, pollen!

  • In which month does German Oktoberfest begin?

  • October.

  • No, September!

  • In which month does Russia celebrate the October Revolution?

  • -October?! -No, November!

  • In which sport would you perform a Fosbury Flop?

  • I don't know.

  • High jump.

  • Which crime fighting cartoon dog wears the initials SD on his collar?

  • Scooby-Doo!

  • Yes, close the box!

  • No!

  • I knew the Scooby-Doo one.

  • There was some there that you would have got without the panic.

  • Those were tough, not even I knew those!

  • Scooby-Doo! I know that one!

  • To be fair, "what do honeybees collect?" is just a--

  • Honey, wow.

  • That's a brutal question.

  • Yeah.

  • When you said that I knew it was a trick.

  • All right, we're going to count that up

  • and we'll see how well you did in a moment.

  • Does this count, or are these?

  • No it wasn't in the bucket at the end,

  • but we'll count that up and we'll see how you did in a moment.

  • How was that? Was that, uh...

  • It went well for you(!)

  • I liked it. I'm sorry!

  • No, it's great, and you really went for it with those chopsticks.

  • There was some genuinely vicious questions there,

  • and when you're panicking.

  • I'm just happy I got the Scooby-Doo one.

  • I was remembering those questions thinking,

  • "wow those are quite--"

  • -Those are hard. -Stopper ones can be harder.

  • Inés, you got quite a lot of money out there,

  • and quite a few of the colourful high value notes as well.

  • -$99. -Oh wow. I'm doing well.

  • $99. So, round two of three.

  • Three more questions to start, three more questions to stop.

  • There are a few more notes in there of a few higher values, and this time:

  • Use the forks, Luke.

  • -Knife(!) -Okay, so we got cutlery again.

  • Cutlery again, yes, just slightly different cutlery.

  • Cutlery that I suspect Toby--

  • I can handle this, I'm familiar with this.

  • --is a little more at home with, yes.

  • All right, fingers on buzzers, three questions to start.

  • How many dots are there on the Domino's Pizza logo?

  • -Inés? -Six?

  • No, handing that over.

  • -Four. -Three, it's one and two.

  • What is the tallest mammal on Earth?

  • -Toby? -Blue whale.

  • No, handing it over.

  • -Giraffe. -Giraffe.

  • In the phonetic alphabet. the letter Q is represented by which Canadian province?

  • -Inés -Quebec...?

  • Yes, two-nil.

  • What is the only country to be crossed by both the equator and the Tropic of Capricorn?

  • -Inés. -Ghana...?

  • No, handing it over.

  • Take a shot at an equatorial country.

  • Africa again.

  • Not a country! Brazil.

  • -Continent! -Oh...!

  • How many bones are in an elephant's trunk?

  • -Inés? -One.

  • -No, handing it over. -None.

  • Correct. Two-one to Inés, still.

  • How many of Snow White's dwarves don't have a name ending in Y?

  • -Inés. -One?

  • -No, handing it over. -None.

  • No, two, Bashful and Doc.

  • What is a Fender Stratocaster?

  • -Toby? -It's a guitar?

  • Yes. Two-all. This question to start grabbing.

  • Which time travellers have the full names William S. Preston and Theodore Logan?

  • Back to the Future?

  • No, handing it over.

  • The thing the with time machine that looks like a sled?

  • No. the thing with the time machine that looks like a phone box. Bill and Ted!

  • Oh, okay.

  • Well, not the other one, that has a time machine that looks like a--

  • Oh, Bill and Ted, all right, okay, yeah.

  • At the start of a game of chess, how bishops are on the board?

  • Inés? Four.

  • Correct, start grabbing!

  • Three to stop. Which comic strip was created by Charles Schulz?

  • -Don't know, pass. -Peanuts.

  • Which month of the year comes first alphabetically?

  • -April. -Correct, that's one.

  • What was thrown into a lake when King Arthur died?

  • -Excalibur. -Correct, that's two.

  • On a standard dice, which number is opposite the five?

  • -Three. -No, two.

  • In which world-famous museum is the Rosetta Stone?

  • -Pass. -The British Museum.

  • How many carats is pure gold?

  • -24. -Yes, close the box!

  • -Pwhoa. -I feel like I got there a lot faster.

  • You did, but I think there was a lot more money being pulled out.

  • -Oh no. -Let's count them up, and see how well you did.

  • Ines, $97 more, you're on $196.

  • You got a lot of 10s, a few 5s, a couple of 20s.

  • There are still some 50s in there, and this round we've added a few more back in as well.

  • So it is still all-to-play-for in round three.

  • So what I need to do is win this round, get four 50s.

  • -And you're good. -Pretty much.

  • -That's all there is to it. -Easy, easy.

  • That's all there is to it.

  • I was lulling you to a false sense of security, you see.

  • That's obviously what I was doing.

  • I feel this is the sort of thing where you start off going really well

  • and then in the last one you just crash and burn.

  • -Yeah, maybe a little bit. -Let's find out, round three.

  • More money in the box, more high-value notes in the box.

  • And your implement: tongs.

  • Good luck to you both.

  • Fingers on buzzers, three to start.

  • In the Northern Hemisphere, the Summer Solstice occurs in which month?

  • -Inés. -June.

  • Yes, one-nil.

  • Which point of the compass is directly opposite south-south-east?

  • -Toby? -North-north-west.

  • Yes, one all.

  • In sheet music how many horizontal lines on a--

  • -Inés? -Five.

  • Correct, on a staff. Two-one.

  • Two-one. Toby. If Inés gets another question,

  • she's grabbing money and we know you're out.

  • So I've got a little special offer for you,

  • if Inés starts grabbing money.

  • Uh-huh.

  • If you can stop her getting $200 out this round,

  • we will give you 100 of those dollars.

  • Okay all right, I'm in, I've got this.

  • But, two more questions and you're grabbing.

  • Yeah and that's what's going to happen, so we're good. We're good.

  • All right, good luck to you.

  • The 300th day of the year falls in which month?

  • -Inés. -October.