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Would I Lie to You?
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Series 9 - Episode 7
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Lee Mack has a bit of sport with Tinchy Stryder when the affable young rapper becomes involved in a convoluted tale about a handyman, games of ping pong and a conservatory. “You have a conservatory?” asks Mack, agog. “You’re very grime, aren’t you?” Stryder takes it all in his stride (er).
Elsewhere, Jack Dee has the grace to blush and then apologise when he makes a very ungallant, even very rude, joke about Lee Mack’s team-mate Gaby Roslin. And does anyone believe that former teacher and now stand-up Romesh Ranganathan accidentally locked a pupil in a cupboard as he tried to explain the concept of “probability” to his class?
Guest panellists Jack Dee, Romesh Ranganathan, Gaby Roslin and Tinchy Stryder join team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack on the comedy 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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