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== Co-hosts ==
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Donna Preston as 'Tracey'
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: Each time our celebs summon her help, Tracey can connect them with someone in the real world that might be able to help. Less phone-a-friend, more like comedy cold calling. And that means everyone from dog groomers to massage parlours, piano tuners to equine dentists, roadside burger vans to reptile houses.
: Each time our celebs summon her help, Tracey can connect them with someone in the real world that might be able to help. Less phone-a-friend, more like comedy cold calling. And that means everyone from dog groomers to massage parlours, piano tuners to equine dentists, roadside burger vans to reptile houses.
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Gameplay was simple; teams of three celebrities attempted to find answers to questions for which they could call Tracey, who would give them a choice of three firms who they could ask. A correct answer wins the celebrities the next question and the contestant a small prize (for example a dog bed or a year's supply of beef and tomato pot noodle); a wrong answer throws play over to the other team. After four questions, the player whose turn it is is asked the fifth question for £2,500.
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== Key moments ==
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Dommett's contempt for the "normal people" the celebrities were trying to win money for. We all once were one…
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Any occasion where the firms put the phone down or otherwise insulted either the caller or Joel, or better still when Tracey was rude to one of the celebrities.
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== See also ==
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[[Debatable]]
[[Category:General Knowledge Quiz]]
[[Category:General Knowledge Quiz]]
[[Category:Current]]
[[Category:Current]]
[[Category:Awaiting Review]]
[[Category:Awaiting Review]]

Current revision as of 11:15, 24 March 2020

Contents

Host

Joel Dommett

Co-hosts

Donna Preston as 'Tracey'

Broadcast

Dr Pluto for ITV2, 17 June 2019 to present

Synopsis

The ITV press office sent over a press release. It said,

Celebrities play to win cash for members of the public… with some unpredictable consequences.
In real life if you don’t know the answer to a question you can ask Siri or Alexa. In this show, unfortunately you’re stuck with Tracey. If our celebrities don’t know the answer to Joel's unusual questions, they can say "Hey Tracey!" and enlist the help of his very own virtual assistant.
But forget your high-end Silicon Valley artificial intelligence – Tracey was thrown together by some sixth formers in the late 90's as part of their technology coursework… and she can usually be found tucking into a pie or painting her nails.
Each time our celebs summon her help, Tracey can connect them with someone in the real world that might be able to help. Less phone-a-friend, more like comedy cold calling. And that means everyone from dog groomers to massage parlours, piano tuners to equine dentists, roadside burger vans to reptile houses.

Gameplay was simple; teams of three celebrities attempted to find answers to questions for which they could call Tracey, who would give them a choice of three firms who they could ask. A correct answer wins the celebrities the next question and the contestant a small prize (for example a dog bed or a year's supply of beef and tomato pot noodle); a wrong answer throws play over to the other team. After four questions, the player whose turn it is is asked the fifth question for £2,500.

Key moments

Dommett's contempt for the "normal people" the celebrities were trying to win money for. We all once were one…

Any occasion where the firms put the phone down or otherwise insulted either the caller or Joel, or better still when Tracey was rude to one of the celebrities.

See also

Debatable

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