[What is the loudest thing in the ocean?]
Alan Davies: Crabs!
Stephen Fry: No, not quite crabs.
Alan Davies: Lobsters! Crayfish! [starts snapping his hands like crab claws]
Jo Brand: Is it some sort of vibrating thing?
Stephen Fry: Well, no, you’re doing exactly— what Alan is doing is exactly right.
Alan Davies: [still snapping his hands] What I am doing is exactly right!
Stephen Fry: What is the world’s most expensive meat?
Jimmy Carr: Unicorn steak. Or a mermaid fillet. Or a griffin burger.
Alan Davies: Did you have a skateboard?
Stephen Fry: No. But, erm …
Jimmy Carr: Did you try and buy one, and they went, [posh accent] “I don’t think this is for you.”
Stephen Fry: No! It’s not the kind of thing I liked.
Phill Jupitus: They actually had a Bentley skateboard made of teak. With fine, original, Birmingham wheels.
Stephen Fry: It seems, though, that the part of the body that has changed most recently, in the last ten thousand years, is the nose, funnily enough. And we’re not quite sure why. It seems— there’s some noses, in case you didn’t know what they looked like.
Jimmy Carr: And are you going to tell us that the more highly evolved people have got sort of a slightly bent to one side nose, Stephen?
Stephen Fry: What’s this for?
Rob Brydon: It’s not four, it’s three!