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DTCwordfan | 17:33 Tue 09th Apr 2024 | Film, Media & TV
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To be fair, the contestant said that she pressed the wrong button but would have got it wrong anyway....the studio reduced to wetting themselves with laughter.

The Question: King George III was the first monarch to open an account with which bank?

A. Coutts, B. The Clydesdale, & C. The Coop.

she pressed 'C'.......



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Love it!!! 😂

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Agree, the thought of Georgie Porgie waddling down to the Coop with his leather bags full of sovereigns and the occasional diamond or golf bar.....

There is one off Trafalgar Square or Soho which are probably the closest to Buck-Pal and in Windsor, there's a branch even closer in Arthur Road, behind the Castle Hotel and probably where Andrew goes to buy his Beefeater's.

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gold bar of still chuckling

It was visions of him collecting and saving his stamps that sprang to my mind.  😂

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Almost Pythonesque!

I like it - very egalitarian.

Well, it does begin with C.

I think that it's easy to press the wrong button especially when Bradley is shouting---'need an answer, need an answer, quick '.

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Andres - I wonder if the chasers have ever missed the time window to respond?

 ^^^^I should think so ,never really noticed but I will watch in future. 

Tipping Point, eh ...

So ,I seem to have got the wrong programme. OOPS *****

Yes it was The Chase...  haha

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true - I watched both....the original was a Chase one - apologies.....

There's only one button on tipping point.!😉

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true - even I could find that - half-cut too!

...its was the chase.

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