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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 would introduce episodes of "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" live on the set of the show, which this show proceeded the "Superman" series, with a link-in during the closing credits by Edmonds, which this show started right away after the closing credits. In one show, Dean Cain made a cameo in character as Clark Kent/Superman, which Edmonds tricked him into thinking green jelly was Kryptonite. See more »

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Beating the banker, Abandoned Bottom

COME BACK NOEL!!!

The one thing in this entire universe where I generally feel that something is missing on Saturday nights.......'Noels House Party'. WHAT a show!

Noel Edmunds is a genius, he has the natural gift to entertain thousands of people. Since his departure from crinkly bottom, the likes of Mr Blobby has disappeared also! Where did he go?

What really gets up my snout is things like Bob the bloody Builder, copying the Blobster with releasing a song, Nobody, I mean nobody was cooler than Mr blobby so trying to follow in his footsteps just ain't happening. Blobby was original, funny and cool!

Noel really has made a good come back to our British screens with 'Deal or no Deal', but nothing compares to 'Noels house party'

P.S As Noel Edmunds is tiny I think He was probably bullied into presenting 'Deal or no Deal'

SOMEONE SHOULD SAVE HIM


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