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Viewers have been blown away by a truly baffling quiz question on Tenable, which required a lengthy explanation from host Warwick Davis before the contestant was able to proceed. Watch a clip here:
The British game show sees contestants attempt to win up to £125,000 by completing lists of 10 items. Sounds fairly straightforward, right?
Well, apparently not when it involves frozen veg at Iceland, which became the subject of a mind-boggling recent question.
Davis posed the conundrum to contestant Zoe on the show earlier this week, saying: “The 10 frozen vegetables after broccoli sold at Iceland.”
But he wasn’t finished there, continuing: “We’ll just clarify this for you: we’re looking for the 10 vegetables that come after broccoli alphabetically, which are sold separately at Iceland as part of their own brand range.
“This list is based on the following search on the Iceland.co.uk website – first under frozen, then under vegetables and rice. Finally then under vegetables.
“We’re not including vegetables sold on any other pages of the website. There are no potato products on our list.
“This is according to the Iceland.co.uk website, as of 10th February 2022.”
He added: “So good luck with this, are you ready to kick off?”
Amazingly, despite a slightly puzzled expression mid-way through Davis' diatribe, Zoe seemed relatively unfazed by the elaborate question, saying with a smile: “Yep, let’s go!”
Viewers watching at home, however, weren’t quite so sure, with one tweeting: "Earlier today I was fully reduced to total hysterics by this question and the detailed explanation from Warwick Davis of what this question means."
Someone else replied: "Wait. What? OK, I've got it, no wait. What?"
Even Iceland got involved, admitting in the comments: "OK - even WE don't understand this question..."
OK - even WE don't understand this question... 😜😁— Iceland Foods ❄️ (@IcelandFoods) June 8, 2022
Another person missed the point altogether, writing: "Am I dummy for not knowing that Iceland is a store in the UK? The whole time I was wondering why the country of Iceland has a vegetables section on their website."
Naturally, others were just keen to know what on earth the answers were:
Eventually, game show maestro Richard Osman also stepped in to offer up a bit of context on the matter, explaining: "The key here is that you have to say that stuff in the studio, for legal reasons."
He added: "But, for the love of St. Christopher, DON'T KEEP IT IN THE EDIT."