QI

QI is the world’s most impossible quiz. On the face of it, QI (short for Quite Interesting) is a TV comedy panel game like any other. It has a chairman and four contestants, who are asked questions and get points for their answers. But there the resemblance ends.

The questions on QI are so difficult that the panellists almost never get one right. So the chairman only gives points for interesting answers, regardless of whether they are correct, or even relevant. In theory, it is quite possible for the most ignorant person in the room to win the game. In practice, this rarely happens. This is because the game is booby-trapped to the disastrous disadvantage of people who believe everything they are told.

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Series 5, Episode 4

BBC UKTV

Alan Davies, Bill Bailey, Rich Hall and Sean Lock join Stephen Fry in a quite interesting quiz concerning the topic of exploration.

Series 6, Episode 4

BBC UKTV

Stephen Fry quizzes Pam Ayres, Sean Lock, Johnny Vegas and Alan Davies on fight and flight

Series 6, Episode 5

BBC UKTV

Phill Jupitus, Jo Brand, Hugh Dennis and Alan Davies are quizzed on all things French.

Series 6, Episode 6

BBC UKTV

Sean Lock, Jimmy Carr, Marcus Brigstocke and Alan Davies are quizzed on fakes and frauds.

Series 5, Episode 4

BBC UKTV

Alan Davies, Bill Bailey, Rich Hall and Sean Lock join Stephen Fry in a quite interesting quiz concerning the topic of exploration.

Series 6, Episode 7

BBC UKTV

Jo Brand, Phill Jupitus, Dara O Briain and Alan Davies are quizzed on fingers and fumbs.

Series 6, Episode 7

BBC UKTV

Jo Brand, Phill Jupitus, Dara O Briain and Alan Davies are quizzed on fingers and fumbs.

Series 6, Episode 8

BBC UKTV

Clive Anderson, Rich Hall, Reginald D Hunter and Alan Davies are quizzed on fashion.

Series 6, Episode 8

BBC UKTV

Clive Anderson, Rich Hall, Reginald D Hunter and Alan Davies are quizzed on fashion.

Series 6, Episode 9

BBC UKTV

Stephen Fry faces the future with Sean Lock, Rob Brydon, Ben Miller and Alan Davies.

Series 6, Episode 9

BBC UKTV

Stephen Fry faces the future with Sean Lock, Rob Brydon, Ben Miller and Alan Davies.

Series 5, Episode 5

BBC UKTV

Alan Davies, Phill Jupitus, David Mitchell and Dara O Briain join Stephen Fry in a Quite Interesting show. This episode has a European theme.