Return of the Awesome Dudes

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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by James Robinson » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:35 pm

Mike Brown wrote:
James Robinson wrote:COMPLETION!!!!!

Well, I'm all out of recaps. My work is done. ;) :) :D :mrgreen: 8-)

So, tidy up on the wiki will be by next job, which will take me many, many hours, but will be nice to have an even more relaxing job to do. 8-)
S'pose you could add the max words for the Series 2 progs as they get added - and maybe do partial c4c recaps for - if you fancy it. :) I've got a few of the contestants' scores and words from the qualifiers that I've yet to add and will probably do partial recaps for in the next week or two.
That would be nice, although I know what my first task is,........... wiki cleaning.

Making sure that all the wiki pages are spick and spam is my big task.

That'll keep me going for a bit. ;) :) :D
WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!
UP THE MIGHTY TERRIERS!!! ;) :) :D :mrgreen: 8-)

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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by Mike Brown » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:57 pm

James Robinson wrote: Making sure that all the wiki pages are spick and spam is my big task.

That'll keep me going for a bit. ;) :) :D
No worries, just didn't want to think you were having too much of a rest... and I sincerely hope you're not going to spam the wiki. :o :o :lol:

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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by Thomas Carey » Wed Jul 27, 2011 3:35 pm

Wow. Finally done those 20 recaps that I booked in February.

Series 17 is now complete.

For whoever puts them on the wiki, I have the wikicap for most of them, but I can't put them on because I don't have an account.

A bit of cleanup is required, e.g. one of them is in the database 3 times, another lists Evan Simpson's name as Ewan, etc.

Are there any more unbooked historical recaps where Mike's notes are readable?
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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by James Robinson » Wed Jul 27, 2011 3:53 pm

Thomas Carey wrote:Wow. Finally done those 20 recaps that I booked in February.

Series 17 is now complete.

For whoever puts them on the wiki, I have the wikicap for most of them, but I can't put them on because I don't have an account.

A bit of cleanup is required, e.g. one of them is in the database 3 times, another lists Evan Simpson's name as Ewan, etc.

Are there any more unbooked historical recaps where Mike's notes are readable?
I believe all of the recaps are done now, Thomas. We've just been waiting for you to finish to make it official. 8-)

If you have the wikicaps, you can forward them to me, so I can put them on for you.
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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by Thomas Carey » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:44 pm

Hello,

I have the wikicaps for all from 9 feb (end of my load) to 26 Jan (without 27 jan as Mike did it. I also have 19 jan and some random incomplete ones.

Thomas



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 3 February 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Tim Morrissey]] played [[Elizabeth Dorey]], with Tim Morrissey winning 59 - 40. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Frazer Hines]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Tim Morrissey|Elizabeth Dorey}}
{{R-letters |1 |ZSTIOSEKL|STILES |STOKES |KETOSIS*, ZLOTIES* | 6|6 | 7}}
{{R-letters |2 |CTDYOUEST|CUSTODY |COSTED |CUSTODY, SCOUTED, TESTUDO*| 13|6 | 14}}
{{R-letters |3 |DUJIHSORP|proudish {{x}}|PROUD |JODHPURS | 13|11 | 22}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 100|9|1|5|2|3| 416
|416|sol1=(100*(3+1))+(9+5+2)
|416|sol2=((100+9)-(2+3))*(5-1)
|23|21|32}}
{{R-letters |5 |LRLTOAANF|FRONTAL |FRONTAL |FRONTAL | 30|28 | 39}}
{{R-letters |6 |LRNAIEPRO|AILERON |PLAINER |PRALINE, ALIENOR*, LORINER*, OPALINE*, PROLINE*| 37|35 | 46}}
{{R-letters |7 |NDQVEOEWG|WOVEN |WEDGE |GOWNED | 42|40 | 52}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 25|9|2|3|1|7| 776
|778|sol1=3*7=21 21+9=30 30+1=31 31*25=775 775+2=777, which is closer than what he declared. Unlucky.
|—
|cv=776|solcv=(((((9+3)*2)+7)*25)+1)
|49|40|62}}
{{R-conundrum|9|DEIIMNNOS|c1time=11|c1sol=DIMENSION|59|40|72}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]


{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 31 January 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Tim Morrissey]] played [[Dave Chapple]], with Tim Morrissey winning 77 - 56. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Sylvia Sims]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start||}}
{{R-letters |1 |WNAFROUFM|FROWN |FROWN |FROWN, AMOUR*, FORMA*, FORUM*, FURAN*, MANOR*, MORAN*, MOURN*, ROMAN*, ROWAN*, WOMAN*| 5|5 | 5}}
{{R-letters |2 |IEAIXHVMG|IMAGE |HIVE | | 10|5 | 10}}
{{R-letters |3 |TEOSDRIOP|DROOPIEST|DROOPIEST|DEPOSITOR | 28|23 | 28}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 100|3|10|4|7|2| 264
|264|sol1=(100-(10+2))*3
|264|sol2=(((10*3)+100)*2)+4
|38|33|38}}
{{R-letters |5 |EIAISRNJL|NAILERS |JAILERS |AIRLINES | 45|40 | 46}}
{{R-letters |6 |GPLEATEMB|TEMPLE |GAMBLE |PELMET, BEAGLE*, EAGLET*, GAMETE*, LEGATE*, MABELE*, METAGE*, PELAGE*, PELTAE*| 51|46 | 52}}
{{R-letters |7 |OEIAQNPDR|RAINED |PRONE |ANEROID, APRONED*, OPERAND*, PADRINO*, PADRONE*, PONIARD*| 57|46 | 59}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 75|10|7|6|1|5| 905
|905|sol1=(((6+7)-1)*75)+5
|905|sol2=(((10+7+1)-6)*75)+5
|67|56|69}}
{{R-conundrum|9|AGHIINRSV|c1time=1|c1sol=RAVISHING|77|56|79}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Sylvia Sims as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 6 February 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Nick Camp]] played [[Evan Simpson]], with Evan Simpson winning 65 - 45. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Frazer Hines]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Nick Camp|Evan Simpson}}
{{R-letters |1 |DSAEFTVUX|FASTED |FASTED |FASTED, STAVED, DEFATS*, DUVETS*, ESTUFA*, SAUTED*| 6|6 | 6}}
{{R-letters |2 |IMHRETUPR|THUMPER |PERMIT |UMPIRE, HUMPIER*, MURTHER*, PRIMEUR*, TRIUMPH*| 13|6 | 13}}
{{R-letters |3 |OENBADSTI|SEDATION |SEDATION |BOTANISED | 21|14 | 31}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 75|9|9|1|5|10| 135
|130
|135|sol2=((5+1)*10)+75
|21|24|41}}
{{R-letters |5 |ADYGTEIZL|dazily {{x}}|LIGATED |GLITZED* | 21|31 | 48}}
{{R-letters |6 |DAHESAERT|HEADERS |SHEARED |HEADREST*, HETAERAS*, TEAHEADS*| 28|38 | 56}}
{{R-letters |7 |NRKIASDNE|SNAKIER |SARDINE |SARDINE, SANDIER | 35|45 | 63}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 75|8|1|3|9|2| 127
|127|sol1=(75*2)-((8*3)-1)
|127|sol2=((9+3+1)*(8/2))+75
|45|55|73}}
{{R-conundrum|9|CEINOPPRU|c2time=2|c2sol=PORCUPINE|45|65|83}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes with Frazer Hines as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 9 February 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Evan Simpson]] played [[Eileen Stokes]], with Evan Simpson winning 69 - 5. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Della Thompson]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Eve Pollard]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Evan Simpson|Eileen Stokes}}
{{R-letters |1 |HRLEVQSIU|QUIVERS |QUIRES |SHRIVEL | 7|0 | 7}}
{{R-letters |2 |DZYVEOSDA|DOZES |SAVED |VADOSE* | 12|5 | 13}}
{{R-letters |3 |XPBGEMUTI|IMPUTE |EXIT |IMPUTE, GUIMPE*, UPTIME*| 18|5 | 19}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 100|1|5|4|9|7| 525
|525|sol1=(4+1+100)*5
|527
|28|5|29}}
{{R-letters |5 |RLTEPNOIM|POINTER |IMPORT |ORPIMENT | 35|5 | 37}}
{{R-letters |6 |CGUSLGEAN|GLANCES |LUNGES |ANGELUS*, GLUCANS*, LANGUES*, LEGUANS*, SNAGGLE*, SNUGGLE*, UNLACES*| 42|5 | 44}}
{{R-letters |7 |DRDEHIRTA|HARRIED |HAIRED |TRIHEDRA* | 49|5 | 52}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 100|2|9|6|7|10| 844
|844|sol1=(9*100)-((10-2)*7)
|845
|cv=300|solcv=(6/(1+1))*100
|59|5|62}}
{{R-conundrum|9|ABDEOORRV|c1time=8|c1sol=OVERBOARD|69|5|72}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes in Series 17]]
[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Eve Pollard as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Della Thompson as a guest]]



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 8 February 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Evan Simpson]] played [[Esther Poligadoo]], with Evan Simpson winning 73 - 34. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Frazer Hines]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Evan Simpson|Esther Poligadoo}}
{{R-letters |1 |FNOIDSEAR|ANEROID |FRIENDS |ANEROIDS, FORESAID, ANODISER*| 7|7 | 8}}
{{R-letters |2 |NHDRUIDEG|HERDING |HINDER |UNGIRDED* | 14|7 | 16}}
{{R-letters |3 |TKREABTMO|BROMATE |MARKET |ABETTOR | 21|7 | 23}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 100|5|10|8|9|9| 507
|507|sol1=5*100+8-(9/9)
|507|sol2=5*100+8+9-10
|31|17|33}}
{{R-letters |5 |TGEAWLJOR|LEGATOR |GLOAT |GLOATER* | 38|17 | 40}}
{{R-letters |6 |ILPFAESCN|PELICANS |PLACES |CAPELINS, LIFESPAN*, PANICLES*| 46|17 | 48}}
{{R-letters |7 |LRPTOENTA|PORTENT |PORTENT |TOLERANT* | 53|24 | 56}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 100|1|10|9|6|1| 300
|300|sol1=(10-6-1)*100
|300|sol2=(9-6)*100
|cv=300|solcv=(6/(1+1))*100
|63|34|66}}
{{R-conundrum|9|DEEIPPRRS|c1time=7|c1sol=PERSPIRED|73|34|76}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes with Frazer Hines as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 7 February 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Evan Simpson]] played [[Frank Peach]], with Evan Simpson winning 49 - 48. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Frazer Hines]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Evan Simpson|Frank Peach}}
{{R-letters |1 |WLGUEAQVE|LEAGUE |VALUE |LEAGUE, QUELEA* | 6|0 | 6}}
{{R-letters |2 |RFPIUJLIO|FLOUR |FLIP |FLOUR, POILU* | 11|0 | 11}}
{{R-letters |3 |CPRAELASN|PARCELS |PRANCES |PARLANCES, PANCREAS*, PARLANCE*| 18|7 | 29}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 25|3|1|5|9|2| 254
|254|sol1=(25*(9+1))+(5+2-3)
|254|sol2=(25*(9+1))+(5+2-3)
|28|17|39}}
{{R-letters |5 |STDISEATI|DISTASTE |DISTASTE |TIDIES, DISTASTE, STAIDEST, DITSIEST*| 36|25 | 47}}
{{R-letters |6 |NYLEAEZRH|NEARLY |NEARLY |NEARLY, HEALER, LARNEY*, LEANER*| 42|31 | 53}}
{{R-letters |7 |TRMTAEBVI|VIBRATE |VIBRATE |AMBIVERT, VERBATIM | 49|38 | 61}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 25|1|3|3|8|7| 681
|682
|681|sol2=((8*3)+3)*25+(7-1)
|49|48|71}}
{{R-conundrum|9|CEEGINORS|sol=RECOGNISE|49|48|81}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Frazer Hines as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 2 February 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Tim Morrissey]] played [[Jenny O'Sullivan]], with Tim Morrissey winning 70 - 45. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Frazer Hines]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Tim Morrissey|Jenny O'Sullivan}}
{{R-letters |1 |WMGIAXEHV|IMAGE |WEIGH |AWEIGH | 5|5 | 6}}
{{R-letters |2 |RTIDESPAF|TRAIPSED |ASTRIDE | | 13|5 | 14}}
{{R-letters |3 |RIUFNLOEN|FUNNIER |FUNNIER |FLUORINE | 20|12 | 22}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 25|10|9|2|1|5| 223
|223|sol1=(25*9)-2
|223|sol2=(25*9)-2
|30|22|32}}
{{R-letters |5 |TBIMLAREV|VIBRATE |maltier {{x}}|AMBIVERT*, VERBATIM*| 37|22 | 40}}
{{R-letters |6 |LRPOAIREQ|RAPIER |REPAIR |RAPIER, PAROLE*, RAILER*, ROPIER*| 43|28 | 46}}
{{R-letters |7 |NCWODAETS|DONATES |DECANTS |DOWNCAST | 50|35 | 54}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 75|4|9|2|5|10| 383
|383|sol1=(75*5)+(10-2)
|383|sol2=(75*5)+(10-2)
|60|45|64}}
{{R-conundrum|9|EIKMNRSSU|c1time=6|c1sol=MURKINESS|70|45|74}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Frazer Hines as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 1 February 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Tim Morrissey]] played [[Gail Cattermole]], with Tim Morrissey winning 61 - 20. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Frazer Hines]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Tim Morrissey|Gail Cattermole}}
{{R-letters |1 |NDEITAWSC|STAINED |DISTANCE |DISTANCE, TAWSE | 0|8 | 8}}
{{R-letters |2 |STILZEKSA|LAZIEST |STALKS |TALKIES* | 7|8 | 15}}
{{R-letters |3 |YDCOETUGS|SCOUTED |STODGY |SCOUTED, CUSTODY | 14|8 | 22}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 75|10|7|5|1|2| 990
|987|sol1=((7+5+1)*75)+(10+2)
|987|sol2=((10+2+1)*75)+(5+7)
|cv=990|solcv=(((7*2)-1)*75)+(10+5)
|21|15|32}}
{{R-letters |5 |DSICAHTID|DITCH |STAID |CADDISH, ADDICTS*, DISTICH*| 26|20 | 39}}
{{R-letters |6 |NTESORBIP|POINTERS |INSERT |PROTEINS, REPOINTS* | 34|20 | 47}}
{{R-letters |7 |RJESANOLG|ANGLERS |REASON |ORANGES, GALJOEN*, GAOLERS*, JANGLES*, LOANERS*, ONAGERS*| 41|20 | 54}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 50|2|10|5|1|9| 720
|720|sol1=((9+5)*50)+(10*2)
|711
|51|20|64}}
{{R-conundrum|9|ACEEHORRV|c1time=10|c1sol=OVERREACH|61|20|74}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Frazer Hines as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]




{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 30 January 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Tim Morrissey]] played [[Mary Hawes]], with Tim Morrissey winning 46 - 35. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Sylvia Syms]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Tim Morrissey|Mary Hawes}}
{{R-letters |1 |LSCAUTIZO|CLOUTS |OCULIST |STOICAL, OUTSAIL* | 0|7 | 7}}
{{R-letters |2 |PDTAEISRW|TRAIPSED |ASTRIDE |WIRETAPS* | 8|7 | 15}}
{{R-letters |3 |TROEJSLON|LOOTERS |JOSTLE |ROOTLES, RETOOLS*, TOOLERS*| 15|7 | 22}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 50|3|3|5|6|10| 611
|610|sol1=((6+5)*50)+((3+3)*10)
|610|sol2=((3+3+6)*50)+10
|cv=611|solcv=(50-3)*(10+3)
|22|14|32}}
{{R-letters |5 |GLSEIIGPD|PIGGIES |PLIED | | 29|14 | 39}}
{{R-letters |6 |MKABNAEQE|ABEAM |EMBANK |EMBANK | 29|20 | 45}}
{{R-letters |7 |PTYIOESDC|DOPIEST |DESPOTIC | | 29|28 | 53}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 50|10|10|7|6|9| 211
|210|sol1=((9-6)*7)*10
|210|sol2=((9+6+7)*10)-10
|cv=211|solcv=(50*6)-(10*7)-(10+9)
|36|35|63}}
{{R-conundrum|9|DEGILLMNO|c1time=2|c1sol=MODELLING|46|35|73}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Sylvia Syms as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]



{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 26 January 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[Tim Morrissey]] played [[Russell Turner]], with Tim Morrissey winning 57 - 25. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Freda Thornton]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Sylvia Sims]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|Tim Morrissey|Russell Turner}}
{{R-letters |1 |GETOWPENA|PAGEaNT {{x}}|WAGON |PEONAGE* | 0|5 | 7}}
{{R-letters |2 |JTSUONRAE|SENATOR |jouster {{x}}|JOUSTER*, NATURES*, SANTERO*, SAUNTER*, SOUTANE*, TONSURE*, TREASON*| 7|5 | 14}}
{{R-letters |3 |SLAIGLESA|ALIASES |SILAGE |GALLIASS* | 14|5 | 22}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 25|7|5|2|6|5| 824
|824|sol1=(((7*5)-2)*25)-(6-5)
|824|sol2=(((7*5)-2)*25)-(6-5)
|24|15|32}}
{{R-letters |5 |RSEDATOPI|ASTEROID |TIRADES |PARODIES, ASTEROID, ADOPTERS*, DIASPORE*, DIOPTASE*, DIOPTRES*, PARODIST*, PASTORED*, PASTORIE*, READOPTS*, RIPOSTED*, SEPTORIA*, TRAIPSED*| 32|15 | 40}}
{{R-letters |6 |TBKEUQAUN|BANQUET |BANK |QUAKE, BANQUET | 39|15 | 47}}
{{R-letters |7 |TFIESCAPI|PACIFIES |FIESTA |PACIFIST, ASEPTIC | 47|15 | 55}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 75|10|6|1|2|9| 613
|613|sol1=((9-1)*75)+((6/2)+10)
|613|sol2=((9-1)*75)+((6/2)+10)
|57|25|65}}
{{R-conundrum|9|AGIMMNSUY|sol=GYMNASIUM|57|25|75}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:9-round games]]
[[Category:Episodes in Series 17]]
[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Sylvia Sims as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Freda Thornton as a guest]]


{{episode|previous=Episode ?|next=Episode ?}}
'''Episode ?''' was broadcast on 19 January 1989 as part of [[Series 17]].

[[David Poulter]] played [[Alison Baker]], with David Poulter winning 58 - 31. The [[Dictionary Corner]] guest was [[Georgia Hole]], and the [[lexicographer]] was [[Lance Percival]].

==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|David Poulter|Alison Baker}}
{{R-letters |1 |RSOAWJDES|WADERS |WADERS |DOWSERS*, DROWSES* | 6|6 | 7}}
{{R-letters |2 |LTSTOELSA|TALLEST |STEALS |TALLEST, SALLETS*, STALEST*| 13|6 | 14}}
{{R-letters |3 |OAGATBPVI|PIVOT |BOAT |PATIO, BIGOT*, BIOTA*, GAITA*, TAIGA*| 18|6 | 19}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 75|25|1|8|5|9| 767
|767|sol1=((9+1)*75)+(25-8)
|767|sol2=((9+1)*75)+(25-8)
|28|16|29}}
{{R-letters |5 |NEOGREANG|GANGRENE |nagger {{x}}|GANGRENE | 36|16 | 37}}
{{R-letters |6 |FCBOIEDTU|DOUBT |CITED |OUTBID, BODICE*, COIFED*, CUBOID*, FOETID*, FUCOID*, OBDUCT*| 41|21 | 43}}
{{R-letters |7 |PICTEIVPA|CAPTIVE |ACTIVE |CAPTIVE, ACTIVE | 48|21 | 50}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 25|3|1|8|2|9| 284
|284|sol1=((9+2)*25)+(8+1)
|284|sol2=((9+2)*25)+(8+1)
|58|31|60}}
{{R-conundrum|9|QUEENTICH|sol=TECHNIQUE|58|31|70}}
{{Rounds-end}}

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[[Category:15-round games]]
[[Category:Episodes in Series 17]]
[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Lance Percival as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Georgia Hole as a guest]]



And that’s the end. I’ve got some incomplete ones here:



==Rounds==
{{Rounds-start|David Poulter|Jean Bakewell}}
{{R-letters |1 |ZDEOHRESN|SHORED |DOZENS |ENDORSE, DEHORNS* | 6|6 | 7}}
{{R-letters |2 |KXPRAOESL|PEARLS |PEARLS |PAROLES, SPARKLE, PLEXORS*, REPOSAL*| 12|12 | 14}}
{{R-letters |3 |OAETSHRTA|SHATTER |SHATTER |RHEOSTAT, AEROSTAT* | 19|19 | 22}}
{{R-numbers |4 | 25|7|5|1|1|3| 699
|699|sol1=((25*(3+1))*7)-1
|699 {{x}}
|29|19|32}}
{{R-letters |5 |VBPNUEOTE|BONE |EVENT |POTEEN*, TOUPEE* | 29|24 | 38}}
{{R-letters |6 |FRIGVANGE|FEARING |GRANGE |VINEGAR, GEARING*, GRAVING*, REAVING*, VERGING*| 36|24 | 45}}
{{R-letters |7 |PCDBEAOCT|ACCEPT |pacted {{x}}|BOATED*, CAPOTE*, COATED*, DECOCT*, TOECAP*| 42|24 | 51}}
{{R-numbers |8 | 75|7|4|1|1|3| 343
|—
|—
|cv=343|solcv=((75+9)*(3+1))+7
|42|24|61}}
{{R-conundrum|9|CEEILNNOS|sol=INSOLENCE|42|24|71}}
{{Rounds-end}}

{{DEFAULTSORT:?}}
[[Category:15-round games]]
[[Category:Episodes in Series 17]]
[[Category:Episodes presented by Richard Whiteley]]
[[Category:Episodes with Carol Vorderman as arithmetician]]
[[Category:Episodes with Clement Freud as lexicographer]]
[[Category:Episodes with Georgia Hole as a guest]]

Just the Rounds bit


I also have a screenshot of 18 Jan, ask if you require it.
(The internet was dying and I managed to screenshot this before it did)

EP.SThey don't have episode numbers, and say they were 15s in the category thing. Sorry!
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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by Joseph Krol » Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:31 pm

It will be done. Haven't done much wikiwork recently so will get me back editing. :)
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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by Tony Atkins » Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:33 pm

Yahoo seem to have done something to the groups so the pages that redisplay from there in series 50/51
eg http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/gevinc ... ssage/4350 give an error that the content cannot
be shown in a frame, but gives you a link to open a new window.

Also some from 2006 at the end of S54 and the 1st of S55 (games 690-700 and 713) are now blank.

Hopefully someone can sort it, and maybe convert the yahoo ones to current format!

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Re: Return of the Awesome Dudes

Post by Adam Gillard » Sun Dec 02, 2012 9:37 am

Are all of the historical recaps supposed to be hosted on here as well as the Countdown database, or is cdb the main hub? Only I was looking for the MUTINEER game featured on the wiki and only found a recap on cdb.
Mike Brown: "Round 12: T N R S A E I G U

C1: SIGNATURE (18) ["9; not written down"]
C2: SEATING (7)
Score: 108–16 (max 113)

Another niner for Adam and yet another century. Well done, that man."

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