Phil ‘The Beast’ Collins and his dreadful riddles were finally slain at The Reverie last night as GOOGLE EYED came face to face with their maker and correctly nailed this easy Riddle of The Beast which, as I had promised, was the easiest one yet.
Which of these evil celebrities does Phil Collins respect the most? (answer at bottom)
I’m going to rest the league for the next few months – until I get a sponsor anyway. However, I will be replacing the million pound scratch-card prize for teams in the boozer with an online contest. All you have to do to enter is sign up to the mailing list. Towards the end of the motnh I will send out a question or questions and the best answer will win a million pounds.
In the meantime, Let’s Get Quizzical pipped One Swell Foop for the honours in April, so I’ll give them a million pounds (in scratchcards) when I see them.
ONE SWELL FOOP were the runaway winners at Jenny Ha’s to such an extent that they ended up with something ludicrous like a fifteen-point victory, even after playing safer than Durex in the final Minefield round, only choosing to answer one out of five questions. Crazy.
Meanwhile, Dusty aced the jokes round with some utter nonsense about talking like a frog.
Dusty’s delight turned to misery as he realised that the prize was a ZAC EFRON CALENDAR! Here’s Dusty himself, being unimpressed.
Then, the Beast was on form and Paige (or Page?) from ONE SWELL FOOP went for Antarctica when she should have gone for Bangladesh. Now you know. Jackpot next week: £80
Grum, the sharp-shootin’ darts master from ONE SWELL FOOP was the hero as the team who have been threatening a victory for so long at both The Reverie and Jenny Ha’s, finally delivered in a brilliant final round at Jenny Ha’s which left their rivals scratching for chicken feed.
Grum took the challenge as the situation moved to the Jenny Ha’s dart board and he needed to score forty points to win the ton.
first dart was a single seventeen, good steady stuff. However dart number two landed in the single 6, leaving Grum with 17 required on the final arrow.
Taking his life in his hands and praying to all the saints of darts, Jocky, Eric and Phil – Grum slotted his final dart straight and true to the single 20 and, that’s the CHAMIPONSHIP.
A hundred pounds in cash IS a hundred pounds in cash. If you were to try and argue otherwise, you wold lose.