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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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Radio DJ David Lee Travis, a Gotch victim, swore revenge on Edmonds for his Gotcha Prank swearing "You are a dead man!!". In the season finale, Travis got his revenge on Edmonds and appeared on the set and had Edmonds gunged. See more »

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Noooooooooooo
8 April 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Please make the pain go away.

I'd rather have my leg gnawed off by a herd of depraved yaks being driven slowly mad through cranial injections of battery acid than sit through another 'hilarious' alleged celebrity having a bowl of custard poured on their head.

The format was vaguely amusing for 6 episodes, but they carried on with this tat for eight long years.

Noel Edmonds literally built a theme park based around this series, but a euthanasia clinic would seem more appropriate.


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