字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント 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. Yes, go! Toby. The university commonly known as MIT is based in which US State? Uh -- em-- -Pass. -Massachusetts. Which sign of the Zodiac comes last alphabetically? -Pass! -Virgo. In imperial measurements how many quarts are there in a gallon? I don't know! -Pass. -Four. A square pyramid has how many triangular faces? Four! -Yes, that's one! -Yes!