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Friday 10:00 PM on BBC Two Premiered Sep 11, 2003 In Season



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In today's world, the Information Age, there are a lot of things we don't know. What is life? What is consciousness? How did the universe begin and when will it end? As QI proves, we know a lot less about the universe, and even ourselves, than we previously thought. What colour is the universe? Beige. How many senses have you got? From nine to over twenty. How many moons does the Earth have? At least seven. Forget about the questions nobody has answers to. Immerse yourself in the Quite Interesting world of QI and never be bored again.

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AIRED ON 3/11/2016

Season 13 : Episode 18


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    • A intelligent quiz show

      Stephen Fry is the perfect host, with Alan Davies as his regular panelist on a show about interesting facts. This show manages to be educational and consistently funny. It also stays fresh due to having new guests each week . I would recommend this show to anyone anywhere
    • Superb show

      You can't get a gaming show as brilliant and as funny as QI! I've loved watching QI since my dad introduced the series to me and I try to watch it whenever I can. QI has become a family favourite which me and my dad have always watched together. No episode of QI is funnier without Jo Brand, Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock, Ross Noble and Dara O'Briain. It would not be the same without Alan Davies and Stephen Fry if they were to leave the show.moreless
    • Stephen Fry is the best of the English

      I have been watching the BBC show QI for the last 6 months in South Africa, Stephen Fry has a great sense of humour and interacts with the other guests on the show superbly. His witty and yet very informed and fair comments on just about any subject really does inspire me, I have a renewed interest in general knowledge thanks to Stephen and if only I had been lucky enough to have a school teacher as interesting as Stephen is I would have gone on to obtain many degrees. I hope you will keep the show running as long as possiblemoreless
    • Great

      I really love this show. It's my new favorite thing on the english television. It is great how it combines very informative facts with good humour. I like the guests, they select some decent ones which aren't boring at all. When I watch this show it truly relaxing, I love to learn new stuff and to brag with the line "hey! I knew about that!". And Alan Davies is the true star on the show, he makes it shine.. The host.. the man who is preseting, I don't remember his name.. it's kinda annoying sometimes and I don't like him I don't know why. Anyway, overall, it's a good show. Worths spending half of hour of your life for it.moreless
    • A truly unique and quirky enjoyable quiz show

      I discovered QI in its first series and began watching it purely out of a love for Stephen Fry and Alan Davies. There is so much good stuff in this show, it's hard to pinpoint it all. But I shall do my best to try.

      Stephen Fry is the perfect host for this show and is able to show off both his considerable knowledge and intellegence as well as his incredible wit. This works brilliantly with Alan Davies' everyman persona, asking the questions we would and displaying the disbelief most of us feel at the facts Fry produces. The banter between the two is worth watching the show for alone.

      Of course the other panellists are also worthy reasons to tune in - regulars such as Bill Bailey, Rich Hall, Phil Jupitus, John Sessions and Jo Brand as well as the occasional surprise addition such as Rory Bremner, Richard E Grant and Roni Ancona keep the laughs flowing. There's always at least one good one-liner per episode and always an astonishing fact or two to remember for pub quizes.

      A rare gem of a quiz show in that it doesn't lose its shine after repeat viewing, QI is one of the most original and witty quiz shows ever to hit our screens and is always worth watching. Roll on the next 20 or so series.moreless

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    Comedy, Game Show