Tim Brooke-Taylor: ... not up for a threesome. Graeme: Is it very big? I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue started in 1972 and is still going. She tells me she's got a man coming round who's … It has always been billed as 'the antidote to panel …
Jack: Alright, teams, your suggestions for tobogganists and other winter sporters...who might happen to smoke. ", "Samantha has just started keeping bees, and already has three dozen or so. ...I'm trying to introduce the next round. But it stopped short never to go again So now-- How about the Pick-Up Song where Graeme's singing seems well in time, and he manages to get the audience to join in on the chorus...and when the sound is turned up, they find the record has stuck. I do apologize, ladies and gentlemen. Here's some of her excuses for leaving early: **Important** - A warning about a new book about Humphrey Lyttelton. "I See Trees of Green...(Beep)...Red Roses too". I went on all the R.E. Graeme: Uh, Jack...that's "Tobacconist's". Samantha has to nip out again to see an elderly lord who regularly complains to Radio 4 about their parliamentary … They did tests, and what they found is that I'm actually quite thick. Jeremy: Shouldn't be in your bottom. At which point the house is brought down. From the same episode, Tim and Willie get into a discussion amongst themselves at the end of a round. More Close Quotes, these ones from Cherie Blair's autobiography: The attempt at playing "The Upstairs Downton Forsyte Abbey Saga" which degenerated into a mass of sound effects being played on top of each other. "Girlfriend in a Coma" to the tune of "Tiptoe Through the Tulips". He'll carefully take out her 38 bees... and soon have them flying round his head. She says she's got an expert handler coming round to give a demonstration. I'll give it a week and then check this discussion space. Stephen:(Highpitched nervous voice) No Cherie Blair: I'd gone to a girl's convent school, where the nuns had always encouraged us to use all our... I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue Quotes, Series 40 - 43 Samantha Has To Go Now... BBC Radio 4's I'm Sorry I Haven't Clue scorer Samantha rarely stays until the end of the show. I'll give it a week and then check this discussion space. That would end the series...it's a good round, this. I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue: smuttiest jokes. The format of the game is very simple: four players are given silly things to do by the Chairman, with Colin Sell setting some of them to music. Graeme: That's the end of our contract.
Satnav: I love you Jeremy.
In a Series 56 episode, the panel had to do scenes with some people replaced by ducks. Cb6 (talk) 23:08, 6 July 2012 (UTC), https://en.wikiquote.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:I%27m_Sorry_I_Haven%27t_a_Clue&oldid=1460852, Pages which need their copyright status checked, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page has been flagged for a review of its. Computer, take away one wrong answer and one right answer. The mood-swing is audible and hilarious.
Barry: Can I go 50-50? Musical Families, the One where Graeme Garden Sings Louis Armstrong's "It's A Wonderful World" in the style of Neil Armstrong, which seems boring until the first line; Or The Sound Charades where Tim Brooke-Taylor And Jeremy Hardy have to so "The Sopranos".
Audience: FORCES OPEN BY LEVERAGE! Tony Blair: This dome is going to opened on time and on budget, it will not be torn down, it will be a lasting asset for the country, it is a triumph in the end for confidence over cynicism, boldness over blandness, and... "The Quiz of Quizzes", an intentionally absurd mash-up of assorted quiz formats. Since its inception 'Clue' has seen its success blossom from the impish son of 'I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again' to the big daddy of all panel games. These are a few of my favourite things... bzz-bzz, bzz-bzz
Eventually, though, it degenerates into a fight between Ross Noble's and Graeme Garden's characters ... during which Graeme has a gun and Ross has his fists. Jack: Don't allow yourself to become careless in your conversation, and as far as possible, don't use the clichéd expressions of the moment, such as... The "Swanee Kazoo" rendition of "Tequila" where the swanee whistle attempted to play the whole melody and the kazoo's only contribution was the "tequila!" Celebrity Misquotes: what the Famous … This page was last edited on 6 July 2012, at 23:08. "...but instead it becomes "What, The first time Jeremy Hardy appeared on the show, he stumbled on a word while playing. (slight audience laughter) What's here took someone a lot of effort but from the contents list down none of it is encyclopedic and no editing is going to make it so. They're going on a driving tour of Wales. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Willie: Well, he's an alternative, you know. ", “While Samantha nips over to Prague for a quick check-up...". I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue has been delighting fans since 1972.
Needless to say, this was cut from the radio broadcast. Tim:(In a similar voice to Stephen) Speak up Stephen. It's her first day, so apparently she's going to give a speech in the back room and hand jobs out in the office. https://allthetropes.fandom.com/wiki/I%27m_Sorry_I_Haven%27t_a_Clue/Funny?oldid=49167. Here's some of her excuses for leaving early: **Important** - A warning about a new book about Humphrey Lyttelton.
Please. Cherie Blair: It was quite cold that night, and I quite like my husband, and I'm afraid to say that the Queen was...
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue Quotes, Series 36 - 39 Samantha Has To Go Now... BBC Radio 4's I'm Sorry I Haven't Clue scorer Samantha rarely stays until the end of the show. In one round of Pick-Up Song, everyone has a notable moment (Tim singing "I'm A Believer" and getting the audience to join in, Barry singing "Some Enchanted Evening" in the persona of a pub owner), finishing with Jeremy -- who sings Jo Cocker's infamous bluegrass version of "With A Little Help From My Friends". Graeme: It can be any size can it?
Samantha tells me she has to nip out now as she's been invited to an exclusive club to meet a group of aristocrats. A round of Closed Quotes with quotes taken from a 1930's husband's etiquette manual. Satnav: Please sing to me. Jeremy: No! at the end of the line. I'm completely flexible about this but it's not right as it stands. Jack: Always remember your wife is like tar. Tim: Yes, don't mind us. Tim, will you start? These include: 84 Chicken Cross Road: the teams construct a lively correspondence between two famous characters, word by word. Tim Brooke-Taylor: ... batteries sparingly. Tim: Anyway, so I said to her--, Jack Dee: Don't squeeze the toothpaste from the top instead of from the bottom. Here's some of her excuses for leaving early: **Important** - A warning about a new book about Humphrey Lyttelton. After a few moments, this ensues: The episode just prior to the Millennium recorded at the Royal Greenwich Observatory includes a round in which the teams play the playground game "What's the time, Mr Wolf? "Before I nip out with Samantha for a time honoured blow on the seafront..”, "Samantha tells me it's time to let her whippet out.”, "While Samantha nips out to enjoy a mouthful of Jacob's…”, "So as Samantha heads off to the Highland games to admire the contestants in the caber competition, and perhaps have a go at tossing one or two herself...", “Samantha has to nip out now with her new gentleman friend. Humphrey Lyttelton: For a show such as this to have lasted thirty years might be thought achievement enough in itself. All through the night Eventually, the other panellists and the audience all join in...and when the record comes back on, he's … Cb6 23:08, 6 July 2012 (UTC) Tim: I really wanted to do that one, which I think was Brown Girl In The Ring, which goes "Show me your motion...".
Tim: "And I pay my licence fee for this...". As BBC Radio 4 agrees not to tone down I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, here are some of the show's smutty Samantha jokes over the past four decades ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT! Michael Jackson: That's the most horrifying, ridiculous story I've ever heard, its crazy... Margaret Thatcher: At this Conference last year, you'll remember that I said, "The National Health Service is safe with us"... Samantha has to nip off now as she's selling her seaside apartment. Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer, regular panellists on Radio 4's panel show I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, Possessor, London Film Festival, review: Cronenberg Jr serves up a sleek, eerie sci-fi thriller, Millions of Yemenis lose access to aid amid funding shortfall, UN says, reports that BBC Radio 4 considered toning down.
Are these jokes too smutty for Radio 4?
Stephen: It can be any size really. Cherie Blair: I never wore makeup at all until 1994, when someone said... Humph: Do you mind? Jack: It's almost time to end the show, but we've just got time for a round of Tobogganist's Film Club. ", "While Samantha nips out to warm up her little Morris...", “Samantha has to nip out now as she's got a new job working in the sound archive as the manager.