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While asking for the proper name for the full face veil, Jimmy warned the contestants to "keep the casual racism to a minimum". Russell and Noel wrote "peep scarf".
Jimmy: Now, Jonathan and Cat have gone for the only slightly less racist... Jonathan: ...The post box.
Russell and Noel answered a question with Hitler Diaries. To avoid people thinking that they were endorsing Hitler, they also drew a picture of Hitler condemning him. They condemned him by writing 'Bad, Bad Hitler'.
Sean Lock berating the acting abilities of the Mitchell Brook Primary School children doing one of their topical plays.
Sean Lock and James Corden answer a question (what was unusual about a pregnancy) with 'It was an abomination'. The correct answer is that it was male pregnancy. They manage to convince Jimmy to give them the point.
Rob Brydon's "small man in a box" voice, especially when he's ranting about being treated as a trained money who is prodded to do the voice, and mid-rant, Claudia Winkleman (his partner) pokes him in the arm and he immediately starts speaking in the voice.
After Jimmy makes a joke, Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand feign outrage and walk off the set. Jimmy's response?
Jonathan Ross pressuring David Mitchell and Charlie Brooker to dance to "Poker Face".
And failing utterly.
"Oh fuck sake! I'm having a stroke! That's so embarrassing!"
Anything Richard and Noel put down as an answer.
Richard Ayoade, when asked by Jimmy Carr how he was doing, provided a short story about how, while he was fine, he was having issues with the hot water unit at home, which was bothering him a little. Jimmy begins to make light of the non sequitur, causing Richard to deadpan:
Richard: I'm sorry, I just made the mistake of genuinely responding to your question.
And he manages to stay completely deadpan while saying that the problem might be that he replaced his water tank with a bean bag.
When Jimmy asks Jonathan Ross what he's doing, Ross jokes about taking over Carr's shows on Channel Four and Carr gets the funniest faux-Oh, Crap look on his face.
When Noel mentions that he hasn't read any Harry Potter books, Jonathan replies that Noel appears in the books as Severus Snape.
Noel: Was I good? Jonathan: You are very good in them.
"Why do you think it's weirder throwing a live wasp than a nightmare?"
The entire Mr. Blobby segment must be seen to be believed. The sheer terror on Jack Whitehall's face the entire time is both amazing and hilarious, considering he had earlier in the show stated his fear of Mr. Blobby.
Jack Whitehall: How the fuck were you allowed near kids?
Dara Ó Briain acting out a girl from Babe Station receiving odd requests as if someone has called and demanded she do exercises from a basic acting class.
Claudia Winkleman's impression of Damien Hirst.
00s Edition - 2012
Jimmy's laugh is mocked again, this time by Noel Fielding.
Noel dons an eyepatch at one point for no real reason.
The look on Richard Ayoade's face when Jimmy revealed the losers will be gunged note have slime dumped on them.
Richard:I will kill you in your sleep.
As a Call Back to the pizza from the previous year, Jonathan Ross brought a turkey to the studio and made sandwiches. He also re-gifts his unwanted Christmas gifts, which happen to be Jimmy Carr DVDs. Noel opens a DVD case, fills it with turkey and gives it to a member of the audience, calling it a perfect gift.
Kristen Schaal has to explain "cake farts" to all the other contestants.
Jack and Dara describing Deal or No Deal to Kristen Schaal:
Jack: Basically, this guy opens all these boxes, and in one of them is a severed head... Dara: And then you just gotta deal with it or not deal with it.
Dara putting on Noel's massive black fur coat. Someone points out that they end up looking like two people who've just had a really awkward one night stand at Glastonbury.