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Would I Lie to You?
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Series 9 - Episode 6
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It’s not really happening this episode. Like all panel games, WILTY is at its best when the game dissolves and you forget to care whether the panellist is telling the truth or not. But Trevor Noah and Sean Lock both do that thing where they spin a yarn so slowly and uncertainly, it’s obviously a lie. Or perhaps it’s a bluff, but either way we don’t reach the point where Lee Mack and David Mitchell are bouncing off each other, which is what it’s all about. Richard Hammond doesn’t do much and if poor Judy Murray did anything at all, it’s been edited out.
That leaves Mack to salvage something with a tale about feigning spinal injury to avoid visiting Ikea.
TV presenter Richard Hammond, tennis coach Judy Murray and comedians Sean Lock and Trevor Noah join team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack on the comedy panel show in which participants attempt to hoodwink their opponents with absurd facts and plausible lies about themselves. Hosted by Rob Brydon.
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