Have I Got News for You

Season 31 Episode 1

Trevor McDonald, Marcus Brigstocke, Lembit Opik

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Apr 21, 2006 on BBC
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Trevor McDonald, Marcus Brigstocke, Lembit Opik
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Guest Host: Trevor McDonald Panellists: Marcus Brigstocke and Lembit Opik.

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      • Marcus (on Berlusconi): I think it's a shame that he's gone. I mean, he's very corrupt, but he's pretty funny. First day in the European Parliament, the Italian walked in, pointed at a German and went: "Hey, you're a Nazi!" Now that takes some balls, doesn't it?

      • Lembit (on him supporting Mark Oaten): Well look, Mark was a very good candidate in almost all respects.
        Ian: Apart from the rent boys.
        Lembit: Apart from the rent boys.

      • Trevor: But you never wanted to get rid of Charles Kennedy, did you?
        Lembit: No, i didn't, actually, no. He had my 100% support.
        Ian: As did the next guy, as well, didn't he?
        Lembit: Yes.
        Ian: It's funny, you backed everyone who then lost, didn't you? Which is why I was thrilled you were on my side...
        Lembit: You have my full support.

      • Trevor McDonald: What did Blair tell the NHS staff to do?
        Paul Merton: Go private?

      • Trevor McDonald: Tony Blair was drenched in sweat.
        Lembit Öpik: That was because he'd made a mess of the health service.
        Ian Hislop: Yeah, they put £90,000,000,000 into the health service, and then they're closing hospitals. Which normally would be taken as very very bad management, but he said it's not a problem. But then, you know, then he went into Iraq, didn't he? So... he's not really good at spotting when things have messed up spectacularly.

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