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QI

  • 2017
  • Season 15
  • 18 episodes
  • Comedy
  • Game show

Summary

Bill Bailey, Phill Jupitus, Claudia Winkleman, Aisling Bea, Joe Lycett, David Mitchell, Sally Phillips, Ross Noble and Nish Kumar take part in the ‘O' series.

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Episode 9: O Christmas

Summary

Sandi Toksvig hosts the festive edition with Jason Manford, Romesh Ranganathan, Holly Walsh and Alan Davies attempting to answer the questions without setting off any alarms

Review

While most of the viewing public are still lost in a turkey-stuffed post-Christmas haze, QI remains unsympathetically tricky in this special festive edition. Maybe just lie back and let it wash over you for now.

Sandi Claus’s elves this week include Holly Walsh, Jason Manford, a white-bearded Romesh Ranganathan and series regular Alan Davies, all tackling tricky Christmas quandaries like the best location for a Yuletide fistfight, unusual tree decorations (snakes and apples, anyone?) and the secret behind red-breasted robins.

In the end, the whole thing descends into an extended mime-off, and as usual it’s the perfect blend of silly and informative. Even if the facts are a little harder to follow this time of year…

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Languages
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rolename
UnknownJason Manford
UnknownRomesh Ranganathan
UnknownHolly Walsh
UnknownAlan Davies
UnknownSandi Toksvig
DirectorIan Lorimer
ProducerPiers Fletcher
ProducerJohn Lloyd

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