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Room 101

  • Season 5
  • 9 episodes
  • Comedy
  • Entertainment

Summary

Fast-moving game show meets talk show, which sees Frank Skinner refereeing three celebrities each week as they compete to banish their top peeve or worst nightmare to the depths of Room 101.

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Episode 3: Room 101

Summary

Model Katie Price, comedian Greg Davies and Citizen Khan star Adil Ray tell Frank Skinner what really gets on their wick, in the hope he will banish their bugbears to the infamous room for ever. The celebrities' gripes include friends who give their dog specific instructions and talentless people on talent shows.
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Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

There’s a chance to meet the man behind Citizen Khan, Adil Ray. And perhaps because Ray’s professional life is spent permanently masked by fake facial hair, he selects “beards” as his first pet hate. His case against them is clearly flimsy, but slightly more convincing than his case against something central to our national culture: tomato ketchup. The audience is never on board for that one.

Elsewhere, in “the Great British Bellyache-Off”, Greg Davies has a terrific rant about people who give their dogs very specific instructions (“…and the same can be applied, while I’m on the subject, to toddlers”) before telling a story about dressing his dog in his dad’s underpants.

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Cast

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HostFrank Skinner
GuestKatie Price
GuestGreg Davies
GuestAdil Ray

Crew

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Executive producerStu Mather
ProducerAoife Bower
Series producerAdam Copeland

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  • Episode 3

    Room 101

    Summary

    Model Katie Price, comedian Greg Davies and Citizen Khan star Adil Ray tell Frank Skinner what really gets on their wick, in the hope he will banish their bugbears to the infamous room for ever. The celebrities' gripes include friends who give their dog specific instructions and talentless people on talent shows.
    Recommended

    Review

    Rating: 3 out of 5.

    There’s a chance to meet the man behind Citizen Khan, Adil Ray. And perhaps because Ray’s professional life is spent permanently masked by fake facial hair, he selects “beards” as his first pet hate. His case against them is clearly flimsy, but slightly more convincing than his case against something central to our national culture: tomato ketchup. The audience is never on board for that one.

    Elsewhere, in “the Great British Bellyache-Off”, Greg Davies has a terrific rant about people who give their dogs very specific instructions (“…and the same can be applied, while I’m on the subject, to toddlers”) before telling a story about dressing his dog in his dad’s underpants.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    HostFrank Skinner
    GuestKatie Price
    GuestGreg Davies
    GuestAdil Ray

    Crew

    rolename
    Executive producerStu Mather
    ProducerAoife Bower
    Series producerAdam Copeland
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