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Series 14 - Episode 12
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The presence of former tabloid talk-show host Jerry Springer lends a slightly rowdier air to proceedings, with the entire audience taking time to chant his name (in time with his personalised buzzer) at the top of the episode.
“Can you tell we’re a bit excited that you’re here, Jerry?” host Sandi Toksvig quips. Jeremy Kyle can only dream of such adulation.
But things settle down soon enough, as the guests (Springer, along with comedians Matt Lucas and Cariad Lloyd) wrap their “Noodles” around Second World War parachute drops, fortune fish, glowing jellyfish slime and the easiest way of sacking thousands of people at once.
Guests Matt Lucas, Jerry Springer and Cariad Lloyd join regular panellist Alan Davies and host Sandi Toksvig to contemplate the theme `noodles'. As usual, correctness and even intelligence go out of the window in this quiz, in which the questions are so difficult points are awarded for the answers its questionmaster finds most interesting.
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Full Episode Guide
Who is Great British Bake Off presenter Sandi Toksvig?
Meet the star of QI and The News Quiz who also co-founded the Women's Equality Party
Sandi Toksvig had a very fitting Bake Off code name to keep the secret
Why Alan Davies doesn't let his kids watch TV
JK Rowling pleads for mercy for QI Elf who got a Harry Potter fact wrong
Beyond Star Wars: Where to watch Carrie Fisher's scene-stealing roles online
How well do you know your quiz shows?
Sandi Toksvig on QI, Stephen Fry and her open wedding
QI with Sandi Toksvig: Stephen Fry may be gone, but the series is in the safest of hands
What time is Sandi Toksvig's first QI on tonight?
New host Sandi Toksvig and the QI crew don't know what a 'belfie' is
The Radio Times Podcast: The Crystal Maze, Sandi Toksvig's QI and five Harry Potter prequels
Can Damned co-stars Jo Brand and Alan Davies be fair to social workers – and funny?