Issue 1515
dumb britain The Chase, ITV
Bradley Walsh: On television, which brothers lived in the fictional county of Hazzard?
Contestant: The Chuckle Brothers.

Walsh: Who, in 1930, became the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia?
Contestant: Emily Pankhurst.


Tipping Point, ITV
Ben Shephard: Which Dickens novel featured the criminal Magwitch?
Contestant: Kane and Abel.

Shephard: Which female American tennis player shares her first name with the Roman goddess of love?
Contestant 1: The only American tennis player I can think of is Steffi Graf, so I’ll pass.
Contestant 2: No idea. I was going to say Serena Williams, but I don’t think she’s American.


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