Bambi's first question, "Born in 1311 of Manchurian stock, he came to represent--", likely refers to the Chinese military strategist Liu Ju, born July 1, 1311. His second question, "He came to represent the modal cathartic slipwit of the--", is apparent nonsense, not to mention lending a part to, or borrowing from, the first question. Lord Snot quickly preempts the third question with "Battle of Bannockburn", a decisive Scot victory in the First War of Scottish Independence, said battle occurring three years almost to the day after the birth of Liu Ju. See more
When the doctor is talking to the elephant, you can clearly see the elephant handler on the elephant's right side. He hides behind the elephant's front leg, but he keeps poking his head out. See more
You spiteful bastard, Neil! Just because you've done loads and loads of work for this, just because you're a creepy little swot you've done about 15 million tons of work for this, like a girl, and I'm so hard and street and cool that I've done absolutely bugger all, and you've done loads, look at it, loads and loads, loads and loads...
Stop it, Rick! It's only University Challenge, Rick, it's only University Challenge!
...loads and loads, loads and loads...