Mark Watson, Tim Key and Tom Basden returned to Radio 4 for the third episode of the series. This week: Intelligence. A certain amount of intelligence is pretty useful. Without the ability to reflect and calculate, we would all be setting fire to our shoes and buying those novels about women who shop and have relationship issues. Yet intelligence has been something of a curse to many. Galileo was tortured for knowing more about science than the church leaders, and Paxman sighs an awful lot when he's hosting University Challenge.

As ever, we needed your tweets texts and comments. We asked: when have you been too smart for your own good?

We tried to publish as many of your answers and comments as possible in our liveblog:

Mark asked the audience whether he should end the show with a display of intelligence (a quiz) or stupidity (a tickle). Here's what happened:

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