The last in the present series. The score at this point:
Roy Hudd. June Whitfield and Chris Emmet : 5.
The studio audience: 4. So, with everything to play for: Peter Moss and the Huddliners.
Warming up on the touchline MICHAEL DINES , TONY HARE. MALCOLM WILLIAMSON ,
GED PARSONS . PETER HICKEY , MARK BRISENDON , SIMON BULLIVANT , JEREMY BROWNE and RICHARD QUICK
Facing relegation DIRK MAGGS
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