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Would I Lie to You?
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Series 8 - Episode 4
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Miles Jupp joins David Mitchell’s team tonight. Yes, Jupp and Mitchell, side by side at last – it’s like a posh-comic supergroup. At one stage, as Mitchell is in the midst of a typically heated interrogation of an opponent, Jupp turns to him and murmurs, “David, even if you don’t believe him, you don’t need to be angry about it.” At which Mitchell yells, “I’m trying to break him!”
Jupp also tells a brilliant story about having to tell neighbours that their cat had died, while he himself happened to have his face painted as a kitten. But in the end, it’s one of those episodes that Lee Mack carries almost single-handed. When he’s on this form, there’s no one quicker.
Rob Brydon hosts the comedy panel show in which two teams headed by David Mitchell and Lee Mack try to hoodwink each other with absurd facts and plausible lies about themselves. Comedian and actor Miles Jupp, chef extraordinaire Heston Blumenthal, actress Emilia Fox and funnyman Ed Byrne are this week's guests.
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