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#77: most watched video - United Kingdom
(August 23rd 2008)
This is A video i made of the BBC(2) Show "Mock The Week".
BEFORE ANYONE ASKS:
YES i DID get the following information of wikipeidia.(well i'm not gonna type it all!)
Mock the Week is a British topical panel game, hosted by Dara Ó Briain. It is made by independent production company Angst Productions and made its debut on BBC Two on 5 June 2005. The programme returned for a sixth series on July 10, 2008. Episodes regularly attract 3.5 million viewers.
Created by Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson, the same people responsible for the comedy game show Whose Line Is It Anyway? Mock the Week is usually described as a cross between Whose Line Is It Anyway? and Have I Got News For You. The show's theme music is "News of The World" by The Jam.
There are two teams of three, with Frankie Boyle and Hugh Dennis on one side and Russell Howard and Andy Parsons on the other (with one member of each team being a guest panelist each week). Russell Howard and Andy Parsons have been regulars on the show since series five (series 1 and 2 featured Rory Bremner and two guest panelists), although both were very frequent panelists in series 3-4.
Next to Dennis's team is the Press Pit, which is a large desk where they play a round called Between the Lines. Next to this is the Performance Area which is a much larger area with a large TV monitor, normally used for stand-up challenges such as Dating Videos and Scenes We'd Like To See.
Although Hugh Dennis is in effect a team captain (and is sometimes referred to as such in publicity material), such a distinction is never made on the programme itself. For the first two series Rory Bremner was considered to be the other team captain, however he left the show after series 3 and was replaced by a different guest panelist each week.
Although each episode has a winning and losing team, questions and games exist mainly to provide starting points for improvised comedy routines rather than to function as a serious competition and specific scores are never referred to. It is common for rounds to be contested with only members from the same team participating and for Dara O'Briain to end rounds by declaring simply "points for everyone". It has been stated by Dara comically, that the scoring system is in fact a 'load of bollocks'.
The Game Has (Had) 11 Rounds to Choose from:
5 - Regular Games
1 - Optional Game
5 - Past Games
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