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April 20, 2022

 

In the prestigious grand final, there's chocolate gobbling, bizarre body movements and indecent proposals, but which plucky competitor will be declared the Taskmaster series champion?

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Scores are tight in the penultimate episode of the series. Can Alex Horne give Desiree Burch goosebumps? Plus: paint throwing, and enforced yawning.

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Desiree Burch draws on her face, Guz Khan endures a ball to the groin and Alan Davies loses an eye, as the quest to win Greg Davies' golden head heats up among our comic contenders

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It's the 100th episode of Taskmaster. Greg Davies, Alex Horne and their merry band of comics celebrate the only way they know how: with tasks involving cling film and flapjacks!

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Alex Horne gets all fired up by a fiendish riddle, as crafty comics including Victoria Coren Mitchell and Morgana Robinson contend with peas, jam, sunglasses and songs

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Taskmaster Greg Davies struggles to contain his scorn as Desiree Burch does something inexplicable with sand, Victoria Coren Mitchell draws an exploding cat and Alan Davies hurts himself with a rubber band.

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The contestants have a mountain to climb, but can they hack teamwork? Morgana Robinson inspects suspect doggy bags. Guz Khan slaps a space hopper.

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Greg Davies and Alex Horne welcome five fresh competitors, including Guz Khan, who are desperate to lay their mitts on Greg's golden head-trophy. This time: creepers, catapults and one (fake) cactus.

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Charlotte Ritchie stumbles into some sand, Lee Mack dunks Little Alex Horne and Sarah Kendall stacks fish fingers. Meanwhile, Jamali Maddix staggers around a bit and Mike Wozniak staggers absolutely everyone - again.

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Greg Davies is impressed by Charlotte Ritchie's snack-munching methods and Jamali Maddix's pretty wings, as the race to win Greg's shiny skull-trophy continues.

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There are fires, alarms, bizarre banquets and surprising sound effects, as our five comics complete pointless tasks under the watchful eye of Greg Davies and Little Alex Horne

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Jamali decorates the caravan, Sarah is appalled by a kiwi fruit and, under severe pressure, Mike delivers a revelation so visceral that it leaves everyone in a state of horrified delirium.

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Greg Davies and Alex Horne set their captive band of comics humiliating missions involving cling film, fashion for insects, and face-based shape-shifting

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Charlotte Ritchie climbs a ladder with some loo roll, Mike Wozniak tries out a new catchphrase, and Lee Mack terrifies an innocent member of the public

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Lee attempts an audacious hammer throw, Sarah makes sitting down memorable and Jamali forgets his passport. As usual, Alex Horne offers the intrepid contenders moral support

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Katherine Parkinson searches for a spider, Daisy May Cooper destroys a mannequin and Johnny Vegas's pocket watch finally comes in handy.

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The comics go all out to win in the semi-final: Richard Herring bleeds on beer mats, Mawaan Rizwan volleys oranges and Katherine Parkinson counts plastic balls.

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Alex Horne gets an acting role, while Richard Herring delivers a star turn from behind a bush. Mawaan Rizwan nicks a cup of tea. Johnny Vegas takes a tumble.

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Mawaan is not at all fazed when faced with a task involving office chairs, chickens and remote control cars, although the same cannot be said of his rivals. Daisy tries to decipher mysterious messages from Richard, and Katherine is baffled by a giant marble

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The competing comics demonstrate their love of watermelon and Johnny tries to win points by grabbing a passing cyclist and introducing him to some Christmas-related equipment.

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Daisy flirts with a security guard, Richard is surprised by some chickens and Johnny convinces Alex to wear sparkly shoes while operating heavy machinery.

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Mawaan Rizwan attempts a farm-related illusion in the hope of impressing domineering Taskmaster Greg Davies. Plus: pasta disasters and catapult calamities.

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BAFTA-winning game show. Taskmaster Greg Davies and his sidekick Alex Horne test the wit of Daisy May Cooper, Johnny Vegas, Katherine Parkinson, Mawaan Rizwan and Richard Herring.

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It's the grand final, which features peas, teas and absent keys, as Ed Gamble, Jo Brand, Katy Wix and Rose Matafeo vie to go home with Greg Davies's massive face.

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Greg Davies delivers angry appraisals from his comfy throne, as Ed Gamble dons a baby's bonnet, Katy Wix makes Alex Horne wince and Rose Matafeo does a spot of screaming.

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The competitors are lured to a wasteland for a challenge involving eggs and medical equipment. David Baddiel spray-paints his face and Jo Brand reveals her psychic superpowers.

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Jo Brand demonstrates an impressive grasp of street slang, Katy Wix uses a long part of her body to steal something and David Baddiel takes a sledgehammer to a problem.

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Jo Brand shows cowboys how to cowboy, Katy Wix tortures Alex Horne with the help of a garden arch and Rose Matafeo asks a stranger if they have a library card.

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David Baddiel shows a readiness to bare his chest and Katy Wix robs a piggy bank. Meanwhile, Alex is powerless in the face of Ed Gamble's creative vision.

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David Baddiel steers some heavy machinery toward a representation of his childhood sweetheart, in the hope of impressing Taskmaster Greg Davies.

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Greg Davies is back, joined as ever by Alex Horne. The five celebs making grand entrances for series nine are David Baddiel, Ed Gamble, Jo Brand, Katy Wix and Rose Matafeo.

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Lou Sanders chews on some stationery, Sian Gibson is crushed by a caravan, Paul Sinha wrecks a camera, Joe Thomas gets cross and Iain Stirling waves a stick about.

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Paul Sinha, Lou Sanders and Iain Stirling become one while Greg Davies watches on, ready to issue his judgements. Sian Gibson seeks to redefine the definition of bounce.

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Beach balls, water and sand contribute to a seaside feel, a jolly tone that is interrupted when Greg Davies deals with the questionable actions of one contestant.

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Joe Thomas grapples grumpily with some awkward hand-wear, Sian Gibson seems to find proof that she may be psychic and Iain Stirling shows some tasty shortbread who's boss.

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Alex Horne takes scrupulous notes as Paul Sinha squats in a telephone box, and Iain Stirling stakes his claim for the Scottish national football team.

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Paul Sinha has some struggles with a basketball, Joe Thomas has a disastrous birthday and will Sian Gibson rescue Little Alex Horne from the sharp beak of an aquatic bird?

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The competitive nature of Taskmaster bubbles alarmingly to the surface as a simple team task involving a hammock exposes tensions between two of the five comics vying to win.

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Five new contestants - Iain Stirling, Joe Thomas, Lou Sanders, Paul Sinha and Sian Gibson - complete a series of tasks under the watchful eye of Greg Davies and Alex Horne.

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Two episodes remain in the series and with Greg Davies's shiny head trophy within touching distance, tensions are beginning to run high between the beleaguered contestants.

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Phil Wang makes sure his outstanding outfit leaves even less to the imagination that it did before, Jessica Knappett demonstrates her mastery of a child's percussion instrument and James Acaster's dream comes true.

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Greg Davies challenges his five fearful funny people to entertain him by completing more baffling challenges, which this week involve corneas, crackers and construction.

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At the halfway stage, all contestants, with the possible exception of Phil Wang, still have high hopes of winning. Kerry Godliman and Jessica Knappett resort to soapy violence.

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Rhod Gilbert endangers Alex's life (again), Jessica Knappett's sunny outlook on life is severely tested by a former traffic warden and Phil Wang has a lovely old time with a squeezy jar of mayonnaise.

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Jessica Knappett piles shoes on a butcher's scales, James Acaster tries an emergency alarm and Rhod Gilbert smears mustard in his eyes - all to please Taskmaster Greg Davies.

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Phil Wang makes ogres poignant, Jessica Knappett mimics a funny noise and James Acaster finds circles. Alex Horne records it all for Taskmaster, Greg Davies.

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Phil Wang makes ogres poignant, Jessica Knappett mimics a funny noise and James Acaster finds circles. Alex Horne records it all for Taskmaster, Greg Davies.

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The Taskmaster Greg Davies returns, sending fear coursing through the veins of James Acaster, Jessica Knappett, Kerry Godliman, Phil Wang and Rhod Gilbert.

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The Taskmaster Greg Davies returns, sending fear coursing through the veins of James Acaster, Jessica Knappett, Kerry Godliman, Phil Wang and Rhod Gilbert.

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