Taskmaster Bleeped

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Taskmaster Bleeped

The competitors' mettle is tested in the most dramatic gladiatorial arena of all as they all contemplate using a hose. Things just got serious. Edited for language. (S15 Ep10/10)

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Series 15
The pressure is so intense that Mae Martin forgets the only rule to a task. Expect paint, stomping and sneaky prizes in this sort-of semi-final. Edited for langauge. (S15 Ep9/10)
The comics retrieve pineapples from a pond. And in a fitting climax, Frankie Boyle goes to town on a gigantic cat scratching post. Edited for language. (S15 Ep8/10)
Greg and Alex take things up a notch by introducing a pulper to proceedings. Jelly babies cause friction. And Mae Martin and Ivo Graham say 'duck' a lot. Edited for langauge. (S15 Ep7/10)
It's episode six, and you know what that means? That's right, it's time to meet everyone's imaginary friends in a domestic and poignant setting. Edited for langauge. (S15 Ep6/10)
Frankie Boyle impresses with his falsetto, while Kiell Smith-Bynoe wows everyone with his spoon retrieval abilities. Edited for language. (S15 Ep5/10)
Kiell Smith-Bynoe finds himself playing bingo without any shoes on. And all the comedians create boats to carry eggs in a race involving eggs (in boats). Edited for langauge. (S15 Ep4/10)
Things are getting heated as the competitors bid to impress the Taskmaster. Can they keep it together for the all-important sausage exam? Edited for language. (S15 Ep3/10)
Jenny Eclair imparts her wisdom about piles. Frankie Boyle has some strong opinions about golf. Edited for language. (S15 Ep2/10)
Alex Horne unveils the new snack that's set to take the food world by storm. Frankie Boyle plays with some string. And everyone throws a toilet roll. Edited for language. (S15 Ep1/10)
Series 12
In the grand final, there's chocolate gobbling, bizarre body movements and indecent proposals, but which plucky competitor will be declared champion? Edited for language. (S12 Ep10/10)
Scores are tight in the penultimate episode of the series. Can Alex Horne give Desiree Burch goosebumps? Plus: paint throwing, and enforced yawning. Edited for langauge. (S12 Ep9/10)
Desiree Burch draws on her face, Guz Khan endures a ball to the groin and Alan Davies loses an eye, as the quest to win Greg Davies' golden head heats up. Edited for language. (S12 Ep8/10)
Greg Davies tries to make sense of Morgana Robinson sliding a pole through a sponge. Alex Horne lends his considerable acting skills to a promotional film. Edited for language. (S12 Ep7/10)
Desiree Burch tackles tennis balls and gaffer tape, and Alan Davies finds out how many circles he can carry, as Greg Davies dispenses justice. Edited for language. (S12 Ep6/10)
It's the 100th episode of Taskmaster. Greg Davies, Alex Horne and their band of comics celebrate with tasks involving cling film and flapjacks! Edited for language. (S12 Ep5/10)
Alex Horne gets fired up by a riddle, as crafty comics including Victoria Coren Mitchell and Morgana Robinson contend with peas, jam, sunglasses and songs. Edited for language. (S12 Ep4/10)
Taskmaster Greg Davies struggles to contain his scorn as Desiree Burch does something inexplicable when faced with sand. And is that an exploding cat? Edited for language. (S12 Ep3/10)
The contestants have a mountain to climb, but can they hack teamwork? Morgana Robinson inspects suspect doggy bags. Guz Khan slaps a space hopper. Edited for language. (S12 Ep2/10)
Alan Davies, Desiree Burch, Guz Khan, Morgana Robinson and Victoria Coren-Mitchell take on the Taskmaster in a no-naughty-bits version of series 12. First up: catapults. (S12 Ep1/10)