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Would I Lie to You?

  • Season 12
  • 10 episodes
  • Comedy
  • Entertainment

Summary

Comedy panel show where contestants have to bluff about their deepest secrets.

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Episode 10: Would I Lie to You? The Best Bits

Summary

Rob Brydon presents a special edition looking back over the best moments from the series. The celebrity panellists joining team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell include Jo Brand, Daisy May Cooper, Stacey Dooley, Ronan Keating, Prue Leith, Scarlett Moffatt, Diane Morgan and Bob Mortimer.
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Review

There’s a moment in this compilation of best bits when David Mitchell becomes almost incapable with laughter over a Bob Mortimer story involving Chris Rea, a bath and an egg. “If anyone else made this allegation, we wouldn’t give it a moment’s thought!” he manages to gasp when his team decide this ludicrous tale is true.

In other snippets, Jo Brand turns into a proper Miss Marple when she cross-examines Shaun Williamson over the details of his absurd nightclub story, while Lee Mack manages to offend both Rob Brydon and Mitchell by telling them that he was invited to the recent royal wedding.

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HostRob Brydon
Team CaptainDavid Mitchell
Team CaptainLee Mack
PanellistJo Brand
PanellistEmma Bunton
PanellistDaisy May Cooper
PanellistStacey Dooley
PanellistDion Dublin
PanellistRhod Gilbert
PanellistAlex Jones
PanellistRonan Keating
PanellistPrue Leith
PanellistDebbie McGee
PanellistScarlett Moffatt
PanellistDiane Morgan
PanellistBob Mortimer
PanellistBig Narstie
PanellistRichard Osman
PanellistRachel Parris
PanellistJonnie Peacock
PanellistLucy Porter
PanellistRory Reid
PanellistTomasz Schafernaker
PanellistEllie Taylor
PanellistGeorgia Toffolo
PanellistHenning Wehn
PanellistShaun Williamson

Crew

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DirectorBarbara Wiltshire
Executive producerPeter Holmes
Executive producerRuth Phillips
Series producerRachel Ablett
Series producerAdam Copeland

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  • Episode 10

    Would I Lie to You? The Best Bits

    Summary

    Rob Brydon presents a special edition looking back over the best moments from the series. The celebrity panellists joining team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell include Jo Brand, Daisy May Cooper, Stacey Dooley, Ronan Keating, Prue Leith, Scarlett Moffatt, Diane Morgan and Bob Mortimer.
    Recommended

    Review

    There’s a moment in this compilation of best bits when David Mitchell becomes almost incapable with laughter over a Bob Mortimer story involving Chris Rea, a bath and an egg. “If anyone else made this allegation, we wouldn’t give it a moment’s thought!” he manages to gasp when his team decide this ludicrous tale is true.

    In other snippets, Jo Brand turns into a proper Miss Marple when she cross-examines Shaun Williamson over the details of his absurd nightclub story, while Lee Mack manages to offend both Rob Brydon and Mitchell by telling them that he was invited to the recent royal wedding.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    HostRob Brydon
    Team CaptainDavid Mitchell
    Team CaptainLee Mack
    PanellistJo Brand
    PanellistEmma Bunton
    PanellistDaisy May Cooper
    PanellistStacey Dooley
    PanellistDion Dublin
    PanellistRhod Gilbert
    PanellistAlex Jones
    PanellistRonan Keating
    PanellistPrue Leith
    PanellistDebbie McGee
    PanellistScarlett Moffatt
    PanellistDiane Morgan
    PanellistBob Mortimer
    PanellistBig Narstie
    PanellistRichard Osman
    PanellistRachel Parris
    PanellistJonnie Peacock
    PanellistLucy Porter
    PanellistRory Reid
    PanellistTomasz Schafernaker
    PanellistEllie Taylor
    PanellistGeorgia Toffolo
    PanellistHenning Wehn
    PanellistShaun Williamson

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorBarbara Wiltshire
    Executive producerPeter Holmes
    Executive producerRuth Phillips
    Series producerRachel Ablett
    Series producerAdam Copeland

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