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  1. Does anybody watch this? It's a great sort of mini-panel show that Alex Horne, Tim Key and Mark Watson have been playing over Zoom earlier in the year during lockdown, releasing a new episode each week. The rules are: They have to name someone, real or fictional, then specify a category based on them to narrow the range of people the other two can subsequently name. It can be a category about any verifiable aspect of the person or their name, so things like: "Spike Lee - no more people whose surnames can be first names" "Sylvester McCoy - no more names with the same letter twice in a row" "Rick Astley - no more singers" "Pat Butcher - no more people whose surnames are professions" They can randomly challenge each other to "Name another?" after setting a category, so that they're not just setting one that only applies to the person they've named. The difficulty comes from the three of them trying to remember all the categories, because they're a bit pissed, and creating ridiculous categories that eventually make it completely impossible to name anybody, because they're a bit pissed. There are 14 episodes so far from 'Set 1' on their YouTube channel: And at midnight tonight they're doing a live watch along on YT of the first game in Set 2: It's a series which, when you think of it, is really funny. Over.
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