History Heartwarming / QI

28th Dec '14 8:57:57 PM Generality
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* In Series K, Episode 14, a klaxon goes off for "Santa isn't real", and Phil Jupitus stands up to face the screen and drops to his knees in mock-despair. Then Stephen says in the most comforting fatherly tone, "But Phil, that got a klaxon, so it can't be true", which would be heartwarming in itself. Phil then running up to Stephen with a childlike gait and hugging him tightly takes it UpToEleven

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* In Series K, Episode 14, a klaxon goes off for "Santa isn't real", and Phil Jupitus stands up to face the screen and drops to his knees in mock-despair. Then Stephen says in the most comforting fatherly tone, "But Phil, that got a klaxon, so it can't be true", which would be heartwarming in itself. Phil then running up to Stephen with a childlike gait and hugging him tightly takes it UpToElevenUpToEleven
* During filming of Series L, Stephen was asked to deliver a marriage proposal on behalf of an audience member. Everyone involved seems to have been very pleased, including the couple, Stephen and the people in the box, who said in commentary that they were ready with the klaxon in case of the wrong answer.
22nd Dec '14 6:24:49 PM Wyrmknave
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* In series D, Episode 6, Alan wins his first episode[[note]]actually his second - he won A10, but the fact that the episode had several questions dedicated to people called Alan means that it doesn't count in a way[[/note]]. Cue delighted expression from Alan and Stephen saying how proud he was.

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* In series D, Episode 6, Alan wins his first episode[[note]]actually his second - he won A10, but the fact that the episode had several questions dedicated to people called Alan means that it doesn't count in a way[[/note]]. Cue delighted expression from Alan and Stephen saying how proud he was.was.
* In Series K, Episode 14, a klaxon goes off for "Santa isn't real", and Phil Jupitus stands up to face the screen and drops to his knees in mock-despair. Then Stephen says in the most comforting fatherly tone, "But Phil, that got a klaxon, so it can't be true", which would be heartwarming in itself. Phil then running up to Stephen with a childlike gait and hugging him tightly takes it UpToEleven
16th Dec '14 10:17:45 AM koopakoop
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* In series D, Episode 6, Alan wins his first episode. Cue delighted expression from Alan and Stephen saying how proud he was.

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* In series D, Episode 6, Alan wins his first episode.episode[[note]]actually his second - he won A10, but the fact that the episode had several questions dedicated to people called Alan means that it doesn't count in a way[[/note]]. Cue delighted expression from Alan and Stephen saying how proud he was.
30th Jun '14 2:55:58 PM Fishpaste
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* In Series B, Episode 12, Alan doesn't want to do a round of General Ignorance because [[TheFool he always gets them wrong]] and doesn't want to look like a fool on Christmas. Cue Stephen giving him the host's chair and getting nearly ''every'' question wrong.

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* In Series B, Episode 12, Alan doesn't want to do a round of General Ignorance because [[TheFool he always gets them wrong]] and doesn't want to look like a fool on Christmas. Cue Stephen giving him the host's chair and getting nearly ''every'' question wrong.wrong.
* In series D, Episode 6, Alan wins his first episode. Cue delighted expression from Alan and Stephen saying how proud he was.
1st Mar '13 6:54:43 PM IJVin
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1st Mar '13 6:08:24 PM IJVin
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* In Series B, Episode 12, Alan doesn't want to do a round of General Ignorance because [[TheFool he always gets them wrong]] and doesn't want to look like a fool on Christmas. Queue Stephen giving him the host's chair and getting nearly ''every'' question wrong.

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* In Series B, Episode 12, Alan doesn't want to do a round of General Ignorance because [[TheFool he always gets them wrong]] and doesn't want to look like a fool on Christmas. Queue Cue Stephen giving him the host's chair and getting nearly ''every'' question wrong.
19th Nov '12 1:33:21 PM Naivette
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* In Series I, Episode 11 "Infantile", a question regards how long should the perfect hug last. Inevitably, everyone started hugging everyone else and it was actually rather sweet.

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* In Series I, Episode 11 "Infantile", a question regards how long should the perfect hug last. Inevitably, everyone started hugging everyone else and it was actually rather sweet.sweet.
* In Series B, Episode 12, Alan doesn't want to do a round of General Ignorance because [[TheFool he always gets them wrong]] and doesn't want to look like a fool on Christmas. Queue Stephen giving him the host's chair and getting nearly ''every'' question wrong.
13th May '12 4:03:31 PM CyricZ
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* In Series I, Episode 11 "Infantile", a question regards how long should the perfect hug last. Inevitably, everyone started hugging everyone else and it was actually rather sweet.
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