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Episode 3

Room 101, Series 3 Episode 3 of 8

Frank Skinner hosts as three celebrities battle to banish their top peeve or worst nightmare to the depths of Room 101. With guests Lee Mack, Dave Myers and Ruby Wax.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 7 Feb 2014 23:25
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only

Dave Myers

Dave Myers is 50 per cent of the Hairy Bikers - a born and bred Jordie foodie. In this week's episode he tried to get the following into Room 101:-

  • Deal or No Deal - Dave just feels it's wrong on so many levels. It is a game show that’s completely and utterly devoid of all skill, although he admits it could maybe be spice up with wasps...?
  • Chunky chips - according to Dave they’re always raw in the middle and soggy on the outside - not what a chip should be. Oh and he finds the stacking of them pretentious.
  • Wigs - Dave’s life has been beset by wigs since he was a little boy. He believes that if you’re bald – you should just be bald!


Find out more about Dave and his partner in crime Si on the BBC Food website.

Ruby Wax

Ruby Wax is a writer, performer and comedian. The things she attempted to relegate to Room 101 were as follows:

  • Celebrity Shark Bait - a thrilling programme making experience that Ruby would rather forget. Luckily Frank had a clip...!
  • New age books - books that teach you all sorts of useful skills - from how to talk to animals to reiki massage and how to find the 'you' in 'you'.
  • Her mother! - the A-lister of A-listers when it comes to eccentrics. 


See Ruby's 2013 appearance on HardTalk - explaining the 'addiction' of celebrity.

Lee Mack

Lee Mack is an English stand-up comedian and actor, best known for his appearance in Not Going Out. In this episode of Room 101 he wanted to submit the following:-

  • Top Gear - Lee feels he speaks for everyone when he says driving is boring.
  • David Blaine - Lee misses the days when magic was simple and would much rather see Paul Daniels turn Debbie Mcgee into a leopard.
  • Childrens' parties - It’s fairly simple. Lee hates children. And he hates parties.


Lee recently joined Kirsty Young for an episode of Desert Island Discs. Find out what music Lee took to his island.

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterFrank Skinner
ParticipantLee Mack
ParticipantDave Myers
ParticipantRuby Wax
ProducerAdam Copeland
DirectorIan Lorimer

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