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Noel's House Party


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Stephanie Beacham is the special guest in the last house party in the present series. Lionel Blair gets the Gotcha treatment and soccer star John Barnes attempts to Grab a Grand.
The series has enjoyed some notable achievements. Viewing figures have settled at around 12 million, beating all other
Saturday night competition, and the show's mascot, Mr Blobby , reached number one in the Christmas pop charts and has spawned a wealth of merchandise of questionable taste.
But producer
Jonathan Beazley says the show's popularity rests on the weekly features. "We have had some phenomenal Gotchas, notably Angela Rippon , David Gower and Sue Barker , and this year's new item, Big Pork Pie, has been really successful." A new series is planned for the autumn. Executive producer Michael Leggo


Unknown: Stephanie Beacham
Unknown: Lionel Blair
Unknown: John Barnes
Unknown: Mr Blobby
Unknown: Jonathan Beazley
Unknown: Angela Rippon
Unknown: David Gower
Unknown: Sue Barker
Producer: Michael Leggo

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