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The series reaches a thrilling climax with Sue Perkins forgetting about the milk and Julian Clary performing a gentle assault. Who will lift Greg's golden head to the heavens?
Julian Clary makes smart use of a fishing rod, Sue Perkins reimagines Botticelli, Sam Campbell collects some coins and Lucy Beaumont asks Alex Horne to sit on a sled.
Excitement reaches volcanic proportions as the mystery of the secret task is finally revealed to the baffled cast of comics. And who will get to wear the Special Hat?
Does Julian Clary need more than one pie? Should Lucy Beaumont flick a forbidden switch? Is a deer head preferable to a boundary line? Plus: Sam Campbell rips off his own head.
Julian Clary gets on his hands and knees. Sue Perkins makes an extraordinary noise. Lucy Beaumont creeps everyone out. And Sam Campbell identifies some colourful birds.
We're halfway through the series, and the comics just want to leave with a bit of dignity intact. Which isn't likely as Lucy Beaumont plays with some toilet roll.
Greg Davies watches on in wonder, delight and sometimes disgust as Alex Horne chokes down some vaguely cylindrical meals. And Sue Perkins sniffs a door.
Poor Alex Horne gets insulted by panpipe-playing Sue Perkins. Meanwhile, Julian Clary destroys a table and Lucy Beaumont munches on a tree.
Julian Clary finds a former Taskmaster champion hiding behind a door. Susan Wokoma does something unexpected with mice and fish. Sue Perkins loves portcullises.
Greg slaps Alex because of peas. Lucy Beaumont marvels at a canned blindfold. And everyone tries to put a big duck in a lake.