3-2-1 (1978–1987)

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Three couples compete in a missing word game, with the winning couple going on to solve riddles left by guest performers to win prizes and avoid Dusty Bin's booby prize.

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Ted Rogers ...
 Himself - Host (149 episodes, 1978-1987)
Chris Emmett ...
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Three couples compete in a missing word game, with the winning couple going on to solve riddles left by guest performers to win prizes and avoid Dusty Bin's booby prize.

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The show's mascot Dusty Bin was constructed by Leeds-based visual effects engineer Ian Rowley, who also operated the unit on-set by radio-control. It utilised 73 microprocessors, cost around £10,000 to build and was said to have never broken down once. See more »

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Typical late 70s/early 80s TV rubbish
18 July 2003 | by (scotland) – See all my reviews

I naturally wasn't a regular watcher of this show but from what I saw of it, it seemed it had a resident group of failed comedians performing a sketch, one of the comedians would go over to the contestants and recite a cryptic poem which made no sense which invariably they failed to understand and they'd then be told by host Ted Rogers that they'd rejected a brand new Austin Metro or a holiday in Jamaica. Like a lot of 1970s and early 1980s TV this show seemed like a load of rubbish and I never understood it.


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