QI (2003– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Game-Show

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A comedy panel game in which being Quite Interesting is more important than being right. Sandi Toksvig is joined each week by four comedians to share anecdotes and trivia, and maybe answer some questions as well.

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  • Noel Fielding in QI (2003)
  • Sandi Toksvig in QI (2003)
  • Andy Hamilton in QI (2003)
  • Teri Hatcher and Phill Jupitus in QI (2003)
  • Sean Lock in QI (2003)
  • Doon Mackichan in QI (2003)

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15 October 2003 | datrex1
Stephen Fry, as per usual, is involved in one of the funniest and most entertaining shows on British Television. After Blackadder and the like what can one expect from him? This programme is not just funny it is indeed, Quite Interesting(sorry for the pathetic pun). If anybody has ever wondered what noises frogs make, how many wives Henry VIII had, or the why Plato was called Plato, you must see this programme!

My friends and the whole of my college, after me watching it, know what snippits of information have been on the programme because i make sure that they are told the best bits. I advise any power-crazed factophile to watch this at the earliest opportunity (Thurs BBC2 10:00, BBC4 10:30)!

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Did You Know?


The "K" series set had KKK on the walls twice, with the Ks arranged in triangles.


Guest: One thing I learned working on the Vagina Monologues is that the clitoris has no other function than pleasure. I liked that, nice that otherwise it was purely decorative.
Stephen Fry: As indeed is my penis.
Sean Lock: Hey Stephen, what are you pissing through these days?


The photograph of the piece of knitting with "I woolly love you" in Morse Code knitted into it is shown upside down. This is particularly noticeable because the O in you (dash dash dash) and the I (dot dot), are in the wrong places.

Crazy Credits

The on-screen credits for each episode of Series 16 (the P series) include a credit for a Puzzle Wrangler called Pandora. The "surname" of this "person" changes with each episode. These are clues to a puzzle, with a mystery prize to be revealed for one lucky winner at the end according to the programme makers.

Alternate Versions

Occasionally the arrangement of the opening/end credits music would be modified slightly to match the theme of that particular show. So, for instance, when the given topic was something like "All things french", an accordion would be heard prominently in the mix. But perhaps the most obvious case of modification would be in the "Holiday Special", where in addition to jingle-bells being added, the first two lines from the song by that same name were cleverly integrated into the music - thus adding three more notes to the second line of the main melody.


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