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The QI logo.

The Gospel of John, chapter 14.

Binary code

A description of scleroproteins

A page from the Oxford English Dictionary, open around "pragmatism"

A text in alchemical symbols

A chemical text in French

Some writing about physics

A DNA code (although the bases are grouped in fours, fives and sixes, whereas they should be grouped in threes)

Some mathematical equations

Another text made of symbols

A chemical text in German

Several images: a Mandelbrot fractal, flowers, bananas, a space shuttle, a Friesian cow, a British red telephone box, Leonardo da Vinci's "helicopter", a tiger, a young boy, an Ancient Greek painting, Christ the Redeemer, the periodic table, a great white shark, the world (the magnifying glass then shows Sardinia), Mahatma Gandhi, ivy, the Statue of Liberty, a frog (with Devanagari script over it), a pigeon (part of a telephone book over it), a clockface, a baby, Saint Basil's Cathedral, an island with a coral atoll, William Shakespeare.

Yes, on the K Series episode, "Kinetic". The question was "What is the largest animal on Earth?" and Alan did not answer. (He was beaten to the buzzer by Marcus Brigstock.) Alan was (understandably!) very frustrated afterward.

And in one of the F episodes in season 6 ("France"), Stephen Fry asked Alan a question in French ("Tell me the name of a large marine animal that can't eat anything bigger than a grapefruit") to which the correct answer was Blue Whale, but because it was in French, Alan didn't understand it.

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