Would I Lie to You?

Season 2 Episode 6

Michael Buerk, Danny Baker, Russell Howard, Anton du Beke

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Aug 15, 2008 on BBC
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Michael Buerk, Danny Baker, Russell Howard, Anton du Beke
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    • QUOTES (18)

      • Angus Vinnie must be great at poker as we've seen in all the fims he's been in his face betrays no emotion whatsoever.

      • David Lee, one of the advantages of language is that you don't have to have heard a whole phrase recently in order to define its meaning.

      • Angus Michael didn't steal an ashtray. He couldn't as his pockets were still full with the Woolworth s pick 'n' mix he'd lifted earlier on.

      • Danny Who knows how you could have changed history? Cherie shall we go to war? I'll have a cigar and think about it. No ashtray, I'll go to war!

      • Angus It's difficult when you're stuck with an embarrassing name from your parents, which is why Fifi Trixibelle Geldoff now refers to herself as Fifi Trixibelle Smith

      • Lee I had a very strange speech impediment. I couldn't pronounce my 'O's
        Russell It was awful, Lee could never convey surprise.

      • Angus Yes they are indeed Michael's walking and dining friends, sometimes reading the news just isn't exciting enough.

      • David I can imagine that the type of women that would want to kiss Alan Titchmarsh would wear excessive amounts of lipstick, hopelessly misapplied and smelling of gin and lavender.

      • Angus Michael Jackson's waxwork has been melted down and now looks exactly like him.

      • Angus Yes it is true, Michael used to share a house with Sue Lawley and if there was a long pause at the start of the news, one of them would realise they were in the wrong place.

      • David I remember the details of every sturgeon based anecdote in my armoury.

      • David I think the phrase, 'I'm trying to be honest here' could be overused in this game.

      • David The employee of the year was part time... On the basis that he's not there long enough to make as many fuck ups as everyone else.

      • 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.

      • 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"

      • Angus As ever they'd like me to point out that they've no idea what's written on the cards at this moment in time. In other words I think they mean, "don't blame me if I cock it up."

      • Angus Lies, like Take That come in all shapes and sizes and like Take That can come back and haunt us years later.

      • Angus Good evening and welcome to Would I Lie to You the show in which guests are invited to lie and deceive deliberately despite none of them having the political or journalistic training.

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      • 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

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