Long-running soap opera in the UK beginning in 1982 and ending in 2003. It aired on Channel 4 and was the basis for a family who live near a place called Liverpool. The program starred Dean Sullivan and Claire Sweeney.
It seemed very clear that performer Tony Slattery wasn't a big fan of this series as there were at least two instances in 1995 in which the show is mentioned and Tony responds with disgust.
1972 film starring Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, and Jon Voigt. Men from the city go river rafting in the woods in the deep south and get harassed by a bunch of scary hillbillies. That's why every time somebody plays a redneck in Let's Make A Date or Party Quirks, the guesser usually jokes that he's a cast member of "Deliverance".
A constant target of Tony Slattery, Jeremy Beadle was a television presenter famous for practical joke and hidden-camera shows such as Game For A Laugh and Beadle's About. Also presented home video show You've Been Framed. He died in January 2008 from pneumonia after a long battle with kidney cancer.
Used as a musical style a few times during Greatest Hits, Louis Jordan was a swing/jump blues singer during the 1940's-early 1950's. His songs were usually humorous, bordering on novelty songs. Wayne's song "Five Guys and a Motor" comes closest to capturing his style best.
An American singer-songwriter mostly known for his soft rock ballads and tenor vocals. Ryan Stiles appears to have a severe disdain for him
The ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) is a wild, nocturnal cat that can be found in Latin America. Its appearance resembles that of a domestic cat and its fur resembles that of a jaguar. Greg Proops has mentioned this animal sporadically throughout his appearances
The first primetime soap opera. It ran in the late 1960's, and was also a book and a movie. Referred to in Brad and Wayne's doo-wop song to Peyton the actress
A crunchy snack shaped like small twigs and originally flavored with a substance similar to Marmite or Vegemite, although they now come in several varieties. They were often mentioned in the British games of Party Quirks as a snack being served at the party. Twiglets are a trade name, not a generic name; the brand is owned by The Jacobs Bakery Limited, a subsidiary of United Biscuits. Similarly to Marmite, people tend to either find the flavour compelling or revolting. Their popularity rose after reports that Princess Diana enjoyed them.