Issue 1511
dumb britain The Chase, ITV
Walsh: Which chain of coffee shops is named after a Roman Emperor?
Contestant: Is it Costa?


Cash Trapped, ITV
Bradley Walsh: In 2000, Michael Douglas married which Welsh actor?
Contestant: Richard Burton.


The Chase Australia, Seven Network
Andrew O’Keefe: Colloquially, another reader examining something offers a fresh pair of what?
Contestant: Pants.


Tipping Point, ITV
Ben Shephard: Bronchitis primarily affects the tubes carrying air to and from which pair of major bodily organs?
Contestant: The ears.


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