Would I Lie to You?

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 8 : Ep 7

    2014/10/24

    Airing Tomorrow

  • S 8 : Ep 6

    2014/10/17

    Aired 10/17/14

  • S 8 : Ep 5

    2014/10/10

    Aired 10/10/14

  • S 8 : Ep 4

    2014/10/03

    Aired 10/3/14

  • S 8 : Ep 3

    2014/09/26

    Aired 9/26/14

  • Cast & Crew
  • Rob Brydon

    Host

  • David Mitchell

    Team Captain

  • Lee Mack

    Team Captain

  • Angus Deayton

    Host

  • Frankie Boyle

    Himself

  • show Description
  • Fact or fiction? Find out when two comedy teams go head to head; revealing unbelievably funny and embarrassing personal stories. The burden to uncover the truth falls upon a panel of comedians, actors, presenters and other personalities. Hosted by Rob Brydon (Gavin & Stacey, The Keith Barrett Show) and featuring David Mitchell (Peep Show, That Mitchell and Webb Look) and Lee Mack (Not Going Out, The Sketch Show) as team captains, this BBC One comedy panel show features four celebrity guests each episode. The show was originally hosted by Angus Deayton (Have I Got News for You, Nighty Night).Produced by Zeppotron, a division of Endemol UK, series one was recorded at Fountain Studios in Wembley, London between 5th March and 4th April 2007 in front of a live audience. The second series premired on Friday 11 July 2008, at the new time of 9:00pm. The 3rd series premiered with, Rob Brydon taking over from, Angus Deayton Monday 10th August 2009 in the new time slot of 10.35pmmoreless

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  • Quotes (54)

    • Lee: (To Duncan) Just out of interest, when you finish having sex, do you say: "I'm out"? Duncan: Yeah. Frankie: The worst thing is his foreplay, which is "I'm in for 40%".

    • (On Jeffrey Archer writing all of his stories with a felt-tip pen) Dom: Hang on. He wrote a book when he was in prison. So all we need to know to work out if this true is, can you get felt-tip pens in prison? Natalie: Anyone? Lee: Frankie, you'll know this. What can you get in prison? Frankie: It depends just how much loving you're prepared to give.

    • Angus: Yes, it's the truth, Dom was at school with Osama bin Laden and still remembers those happy playground games like tag, stuck in the mud and die, infidel, die.

    • Angus: One useful tip, when spotting a liar, is that they often give themselves away by a variety of facial movements, unless, of course, the question you ask them is: "Have you had botox?"

    • Angus: John's right. Yes, apparently, it was a lie. Pam St. Clement was not a member of the British abseiling association and has not abseiled down mount Rushmore. Although, she did mount the north face of Frank Butcher.

    • John: I think it's false, but go for true if you wanna go for true, because you said you've never.. Lee: Alright, hissy mother, alright. Alright, then we'll just go with you. John: No, no, no. Lee: No. You've made your bed, you can lie on it. I doubt it very much, but John's always right. David: I don't understand why we have to sit here and watch this shit. Now, for God's sake make your f*cking mind up!

    • David: Very obsessive-compulsive people can sometimes do that, they sort of file their various excreta. John: How would you know? David: How would I know? John: About filing those sorts of things. David: Well, I'm a knowledgeable man, and it's part of my knowledge. You know, if I-- If I knew how I knew everything I knew, then I'd only be able to know half as much, because it would all be clogged up by where I know it from. So I cannot always cite my sources, I'm sorry.

    • David: (about Madonna) Maybe, by removing the toilet seats, she's created this sort of mystique, "oh, she has to remove her toilet seats, otherwise people will want to sell them", and in reality no-one would want to sell something that her old arse had touched.

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    Notes (22)

    • Originally Alan Carr was going to be a team captain, before being replaced by Lee Mack.

    • Original titles for this series were Unbelievable and Pants on Fire, before the producers settled on Would I Lie To You?.

    • Final scores: David - 11, Lee - 11

    • Final scores: David - 6, Lee - 10

    • Final scores: David - 13, Lee - 6

    • Final scores David - 7, Lee - 11

    • David's team won, 11-9.

    • David's team won, 9-8.

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    Trivia (2)

    • This is the only episode in which the Special Guest Person stands next to the panel near the audience. In the other episodes, the Guest Person stands between Angus and the panel.

    • Angus ends this episode with the line "We leave you with the news that...". This is the same way he ended almost every episode of Have I Got News For You when he hosted.

    Allusions (5)

    • Angus Abraham Lincoln once said: "You can fool some of the people all of the time, or all of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time". Mind you, he also said, "I'm looking forward to going to the theatre tonight". Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was the President of the United States when he was assassinated while attending a stage production at Ford's Theatre.

    • Claudia: (about David) I'm sitting next to Quincy! Claudia is referring to the main character in Quincy, M.E. (1976-1983), a medical examiner who would solve cases by finding small clues that everyone else had overlooked, and investigating those clues until he got to the truth.

    • Angus: Companies think carefully about who should endorse their products: if it's men's cosmetics, they get David Beckham, if it's women's fragrance they get Scarlett Johansson and if it's frozen sheep offal in batter, they get Kerry Katona! This is a reference to Kerry Katona being the face of frozen food supermarket, Iceland.

    • Angus Bruce only has one picture in his house. It's a picture of himself which he keeps in the loft, which remains youthful while Bruce gets older and older. This is a reference to Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray about a man who wanted eternal youth, and bartered his soul to get it!

    • Anton I recently hung a picture in Bruce Forsyth's bathroom. Lee Did you do the adjustments while he just stood behind you, saying, "Higher, Lower" This is an allusion to Bruce's Play Your Cards Right

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • Finally, a show that conquers comedy and that's the truth!

    By tstaewsieh, Aug 23, 2008

  • Lives and dies by the cast and research...

    By Qmoq, Sep 01, 2008

  • After a shakey first episode, this show really finds its footing!

    By count-chocula, Jun 14, 2008

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