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Noel Edmonds ...
 Himself - Host / ... 40 episodes, 1991-1998
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 The Butler / ... 17 episodes, 1991-1998
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Set in Noel Edmonds' fictitious grand house in the equally fictitious town of Crinkley Bottom, the show centres around games involving the studio audience and special guest celebrities. Contestants can "grab a grand", home viewers can be caught out live in their own homes and celebrities get their just desserts in the gunge tank. Written by Steven Wilson

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Noel Edmonds borrowed the idea of appearing in the Gotcha sketches in disguise from the ITV hidden camera show "Beadle's About". See more »

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Referenced in Comedy Connections: Shooting Stars (2006) See more »

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Why Did This Show Have To End?
16 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

I still miss Noel's House Party. It is so sad to consider that it ended and that long after it ended, there is mostly tripe on Saturday evening television.

Noel Edmonds had charisma and knew how to entertain his fans. I actually met the man in 1994 and spoke to him for a few moments-he was a genuinely nice man and charismatic even in real life.

Noel's House Party was set in a fictitious village called Crinkley Bottom. There were celebrities galore doing all manner of silly things and generally making a fool of themselves. The show was non-stop fun for the entire fifty minutes. There was stuff such as Grab A Grand where celebrities in a machine tried to catch blowing money for charity and my favourite skit called Wait Till I Get You Home where young children told Noel Edmonds tales about their parents. And who can forget the lovable big fat Mr. Blobby?

Noel's House Party was the perfect way to sit down on a Saturday evening after a hard week at work and just relax. Nowadays, you get all these pesky interactive shows where you can't sit and relax because the shows are constantly telling you to ring in with your views or to vote for something or other. Noel's House Party wasn't like that. It was entertainment, plain and simple.

I do wish someone would bring back this fun show but I won't hold my breath.


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