Navigate this Obstacle Course Blindfolded & In a Wheelie Bin | Full Task | Taskmaster

11. aug.. 2020
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Split into teams, Mel Giedroyc, Hugh Dennis, Joe Lycett, Noel Fielding and Lolly Adefope must navigate an obstacle course with one person in a wheelie bin and the drivers blindfolded... oh and no one can speak English. Full task from series 4 of Taskmaster.
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In this Broadcast Award-winning, BAFTA and Emmy Award-nominated entertainment show, Taskmaster tyrant Greg Davies (Man Down, Cuckoo), with the help of his loyal assistant Alex Horne (The Horne Section and the show’s creator), sets out to test the wiles, wit and wisdom of five hyper-competitive comedians.
Comedians that have risked life, limb, and dignity in the hope of making the Taskmaster proud so far include: Frank Skinner (The Frank Skinner Show), Mel Giedroyc (The Great British Bake Off), Romesh Ranganathan (Asian Provocateur), Hugh Dennis (Outnumbered), Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones’ Diary), Rose Matafeo (Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner 2018), and Russell Howard (The Russell Howard Hour). Unaware of what awaits them in each wax-sealed envelope, only one competitor can become the victorious owner of His Royal Task-ness’ golden head and be crowned the next Taskmaster Champion.

Kommentarer
  • Why do they always refer to german as ‘the other language’?

    Alphabeta OmegaAlphabeta Omega2 dager siden
  • I died when Noel in the most defeated voice grumbles "burst the balloon"

    BethanyBethany5 dager siden
  • I love this show, I wonder what it would look like in the united states

    Frank ArmilioFrank Armilio12 dager siden
    • Horribly awashed like they did the office

      Niya MangfiNiya Mangfi4 dager siden
  • Pig-latin.

    Jon OJon OMåned siden
  • I'm surprised points weren't taken off for the English speech on the second team.

    Rallion1Rallion1Måned siden
  • Holy smoke ! I'm French and I laughed 'till I cried ^^

    Julien Rouche-lestonnatJulien Rouche-lestonnatMåned siden
  • Kill the balloon.

    TheGerm24TheGerm24Måned siden
  • At one point Joe says "io non parlo italiano" (I don't speak Italian). It's a pity (for me). Given that Mel graduated from Cambridge in both French and Italian, I would have loved to hear her giving directions in Italian.

    Zani ZoneZani ZoneMåned siden
  • Love how everybody there just agreed that "schnell" means "forward" when it does not whatsoever

    Die LegendeDie Legende2 måneder siden
  • I simply love this show! "SCHNELL!"

    NagnullatNagnullat2 måneder siden
  • C'est pratique si les deux parlent français en fait

    EzerArthiomEzerArthiom2 måneder siden
  • I love this

    Atrix CanadaAtrix Canada2 måneder siden
  • "ich muss über die Brücke" (4:13) Warum war das plötzlich fließend Deutsch, Joe Lycett?

    Marie M.Marie M.2 måneder siden
  • tu dois faire le pouf

    harkins 2011harkins 20112 måneder siden
  • "Schnell" does not mean "forward", but "fast"... 😅😂

    Lucky LukeLucky Luke2 måneder siden
  • Life is too short to pretend you don't like Taskmaster

    Annabel AitkenAnnabel Aitken2 måneder siden
  • My favourite series of Taskmasters. Loved Hugh and he was great with Mel - good team. Taskmasters is so much fun to watch!

    Annabel AitkenAnnabel Aitken2 måneder siden
  • Says nothing about following the rules, just cross the finish line.

    wowalinbiewowalinbie2 måneder siden
  • What about American English, with a really thick accent? Asking for a friend

    T.a.r.tT.a.r.t2 måneder siden
  • Allons-y! Lol. Makes me miss David Tennant.

    Mia SmithMia Smith2 måneder siden
  • “Bridge! There’s a bridge” “𝐍𝕆𝕆𝕆𝕆𝕆𝕆𝕆𝕆𝕆𝕆!!!!!“

    Sophia RedwoodSophia Redwood2 måneder siden
  • One of my absolute favorites. I love German (although Lolly didn't really use a lot of it) and I love to hear how smoothly Mel is talking in French. (I assume it was smoothly, I don't know French. Every "uhh.." and "ahhmm..'and 'eerr..' sounds like a French word to me.) That being said...any French, German, Dutch or otherwise people in the hoooouuusse? *Smiles friendly in Dutch*

    Widdekuu91Widdekuu912 måneder siden
    • @Mr Bester Ohhh I feel stupid, I just looked it up, Mi Rowsu is from Suriname. But I'm confused then, so many people said that Mi Rowsu was Afrikaans. Sorry, I confused the two, I think.

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu91Måned siden
    • @Mr Bester Ohhh but there are enough Dutch artists and singers that do covers/Dutch covers of songs and sortof pass them off as their own. Usually it's carnival-types of songs though, like 'Ik heb een Boot' by the Gebroeders Ko, which is based on Basshunters 'Boten Anna.' Sometimes it's not that bad, but it's a bit sad for the original artist, indeed, I never hear about lawsuits somehow, you'd expect them to get those.

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu91Måned siden
    • @Widdekuu91 Ah yes, Karlientjie is a household name here! And I will definitely look up 'tuintje in mijn hart'! Fun fact about Afrikaans singers, they tend to use original Dutch/German songs, translate the words to Afrikaans, and not many people here even notice and think that it's their songs. Sad, but interesting.

      Mr BesterMr BesterMåned siden
    • @Mr Bester Klinkt al goed :D I have an African friend, she looks a lot like a certain singer and she likes the music too. My friend's called Lindy and the name is the singer is Karlien van Jaarsveld. I know the song 'sing vir liefde' through her haha. And we all know 'tuintje in mijn hart/mi rowsu' -song, it's a bit old, but still very popular. Then again, most of the lyrics in that song are Dutch, not African. :P

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu91Måned siden
    • @Widdekuu91 Nie op die oomblik nie - or as you would say: Niet op het moment. Ik leer nog Nederlands, maar ek vind het heel leuk!

      Mr BesterMr BesterMåned siden
  • I hate that the CW got rid of taskmaster in America. This is literally my favorite show❤

    I don't know you and you don't know meI don't know you and you don't know me2 måneder siden
    • @I don't know you and you don't know me It's on the CW seed still! Check the website, they put up the whole season :)

      Erie SaraErie Sara2 måneder siden
    • @Primal Groudon yeah they cancelled it after the first episode

      I don't know you and you don't know meI don't know you and you don't know me2 måneder siden
    • wait they already stopped it? I thought they started a few weeks ago?

      Primal GroudonPrimal Groudon2 måneder siden
  • I know it's really unlikely, but it would've been cool to see someone doing this in Elvish or Klingon.

    Alexander LeeAlexander Lee2 måneder siden
    • I would have spoke in Esperanto and hope someone would know.

      RoamArrowRoamArrow2 måneder siden
    • Greg would’ve had a hayday teasing them for that, would’ve been brilliant though

      T.a.r.tT.a.r.t2 måneder siden
  • This would be a fairly easy task for us Dutchies since most of us learn English, German and French at a sufficient level to cope with this challenge.

    SnaakieSnaakie2 måneder siden
    • @Snaakie Aaaahh okay, I get it haha. I have had this channel for 13 years now, never been called Widdekuu in real life, but I like how sometimes people online, shorten it to Widde. They just go; 'Oh hey, Widde, I saw you on a different video.' xD I don't know, it's just funny, I came up with something 13 years ago and now, in 2020, I still get called by the nickname I took 10 seconds to decide back then.

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu912 måneder siden
    • @Widdekuu91 haha, it's an old nickname from the period that I smoked snaakjes...or joints. Haven't smoked them for ten years, but still called snaakie or snaakmans 😁 No Afrikaanse roots

      SnaakieSnaakie2 måneder siden
    • @Annelies van Overbeek I know, I'm Dutch too XD What I meant was, the name Snaakie, is Afrikaans. Snaak means weird. It's like Weirdo/Weirdy.

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu912 måneder siden
    • @Widdekuu91 We don't learn Afrikaans at school, but it's so similar we can understand most of it

      Annelies van OverbeekAnnelies van Overbeek2 måneder siden
    • And Afrikaans, I presume, because of the name Snaakie? :)

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu912 måneder siden
  • "The children and Noel..." :D LMAO

    lilMissmAlicelilMissmAlice2 måneder siden
  • This has to go down as one of the best tasks in Taskmaster history 👏👏👏

    hollanamehollaname2 måneder siden
    • As a German, hands down my favorite task

      EverSnaxolotlEverSnaxolotlMåned siden
  • "Schnell! Schnell!" Only that it means "fast" not "forward" xD

    Sevenfifteen MusicSevenfifteen Music2 måneder siden
  • I'd like to see this challenge done with Americans, who would have to communicate by grunting.

    GeneralityGenerality2 måneder siden
    • We'd be using piglatin.

      Heyward HollisHeyward Hollis11 dager siden
    • Am American, can confirm. When I heard the part about not being able to use English, it never even crossed my mind that people might be able to use a different real language instead of just grunting

      GarrettPGarrettP11 dager siden
    • I would communicate in car noises. Vroom for forward, beep beep for reverse, click click for turning

      Caleb's Engineering ProjectsCaleb's Engineering Projects13 dager siden
    • I feel like I would try to communicate mostly by tugging the driver's shirt in various directions to tell them where to go, pat them on the head to communicate that a more complex action needs to happen, and make constant approving or disapproving grunts based on how well they're following my bad directions, unless I'm the driver, but the "driven" seem like they have most of the responsibility. for the balloon I would likely just hand them the balloon while making explosion noises

      Abysmal AvocadoAbysmal Avocado17 dager siden
    • Well I’m American and speak 4/5 languages, so 🤷🏼‍♀️ (English, French, Italian, Welsh, and American Sign Language). Foreign languages are taught in American schools, it’s just that English is so widely spoken they tend not to use their second language after graduating and lose some of it. I would bet that most Americans could figure out “left, right, stop, turn” and could count in at least one language other than English to be able to accomplish this task. But way to generalize and stereotype a country of 330 million people! Also just want to point out that a lot of Americans learned English as a second language. I had several friends in school who did not speak English at home. Their families spoke Russian, Cantonese, or Mandarin at home.

      AuroraAuroraMåned siden
  • Mel cannot be stopped! Even in french. She is adorable, and Hugh did great keeping up with her energy.

    Emily CheEmily Che2 måneder siden
    • their dynamic is so fun to watch, i want them to be my grandparents

      diandradiandra2 dager siden
  • They should have used Cushon.

    ElzearYoungElzearYoung2 måneder siden
    • @Bastien Merindol *goshk forwardshk

      Die LegendeDie Legende2 måneder siden
    • Turnshk leftsk

      Sophia RedwoodSophia Redwood2 måneder siden
    • Go forwardshk

      Bastien MerindolBastien Merindol2 måneder siden
    • CUSHON! 😁

      Caren JonerCaren Joner2 måneder siden
  • Was there any restriction saying the drivers couldn't look at the course and read the instructions before starting?

    TRiG (Ireland)TRiG (Ireland)2 måneder siden
    • @Máté Havlik A couple of times they've had a deliberate loophole that no one spotted. For moving the water from one bucket to another on the racecourse, for example, they mentioned that the contestants had come through a room full of cups and buckets to get to the spot.

      TRiG (Ireland)TRiG (Ireland)2 måneder siden
    • I guess not, but their time started upon reading it.

      Máté HavlikMáté Havlik2 måneder siden
  • I just would've spoken pig Latin.

    Jer GrossJer Gross2 måneder siden
  • Why did nobody think of using Pig Latin? Surely that's the obvious solution.

    Daniel StermanDaniel Sterman2 måneder siden
    • @Jennyfisch cushion?

      Niya MangfiNiya Mangfi4 dager siden
    • Jennyfisch That was literally my first thought with this task 😂😂😂 ayyyy

      Sophia RedwoodSophia Redwood2 måneder siden
    • @Jennyfisch aaaahh a person of culture i see 😂😂

      Rowan LauraRowan Laura2 måneder siden
    • Or Cushion

      JennyfischJennyfisch2 måneder siden
  • It pissed me off so much that they used “schnell” to mean “forward”, even though it means “fast”

    Sean GrandSean Grand2 måneder siden
    • @Alexander Lee Tell that to all the vine-videos of teenage girls on a hoverboard. They all smash into walls, réálly fast, backwards.

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu912 måneder siden
    • Well to be fair, it's hard to move fast going backward.

      Alexander LeeAlexander Lee2 måneder siden
  • Aww I miss Mel, she was so sweet

    MintyMinty2 måneder siden
  • Gruß geht raus an alle Deutschen, die dieses Video sehr genossen haben;)

    Marie M.Marie M.2 måneder siden
    • @FaithHopeLove 9 und...Haselnuss?

      EverSnaxolotlEverSnaxolotlMåned siden
    • Hat sich zwar auf etwa drei Wörter beschränkt, war aber trotzdem sehr erheiternd ;)

      FaithHopeLove 9FaithHopeLove 92 måneder siden
    • Und die Deutsch-sprechende Holländer(innen) ? :D

      Widdekuu91Widdekuu912 måneder siden
    • Gruß zurück :-)

      Steffi LSteffi L2 måneder siden
    • Ein büssch’n links. Schnell, schnell, schnell!

      BipsTheSecondBipsTheSecond2 måneder siden
  • *Desperately presses 3 for English* I'd be completely crap at this. My language skills are... well- they aren't. I get thru English on a GOOD day.

    Brian MBrian M2 måneder siden
    • jBownz j s n it’s a common shortcut in American English. A product of when Twitter had a character limit

      T.a.r.tT.a.r.t2 måneder siden
    • *through (darn, must not have been a good day! :)

      jBownz j s njBownz j s n2 måneder siden
  • Offenbar genügt das Wort "schnell", um sich auf Deutsch zu verständigen... XD

    Peroy1Peroy12 måneder siden
    • i translated this entire conversation through google translate and i want to learn german now. Ich habe diese gesamte Konversation über Google Übersetzer übersetzt und möchte lernen

      minionatorminionator15 dager siden
    • @Mai N Die Szene mit dem Ballon ist aber auch genial :P

      FaithHopeLove 9FaithHopeLove 92 måneder siden
    • Das "Schnell, schnell" killt mich jedes Mal, aber wenn Joe mit seiner Kokosnuss kommt brech ich völlig zusammen. 😂😂

      Mai NMai N2 måneder siden
    • @Akaryu Best Ich finde es toll, dass wenn sie "schnell" sagt, aber "geradeaus" meint, sie die Tonne geradeaus schieben... :P

      Peroy1Peroy12 måneder siden
    • Hat im Krieg genügt XD

      Akaryu BestAkaryu Best2 måneder siden
  • I love it when people have to find something on the ground blindfolded :)

    theplasmawolftheplasmawolf2 måneder siden
  • 'Also, no one can speak English', second team is disqualified?

    RalseRalse2 måneder siden
    • @Hilkku123 ah Ic, I just realize you can also understood it as "highfiving each other's hands". 😂 But you can also interpret it as " highfiving each other's hand".

      White SkyWhite Sky2 måneder siden
    • @Hilkku123 yeah and they did high5 in each hand?

      White SkyWhite Sky2 måneder siden
    • @White Sky they were supposed to high five once with EACH hand

      Hilkku123Hilkku1232 måneder siden
    • @Li Keehl ALL disqualified, off with their heads!

      RalseRalse2 måneder siden
    • @Li Keehl eh. And what's the problem with that?

      White SkyWhite Sky2 måneder siden
  • "Was ist das? Ist das Kokosnuss? Und Haselnuss?" - Joe just casually talking to himself

    NeleNele2 måneder siden
    • @EverSnaxolotl True

      LaviathLaviathMåned siden
    • @Laviath to be fair, casual racism would also be typical American behavior, so it's not too surprising.

      EverSnaxolotlEverSnaxolotlMåned siden
    • @UnbearableWitness buddy no

      EverSnaxolotlEverSnaxolotlMåned siden
    • @UnbearableWitness Typical American.

      LaviathLaviath2 måneder siden
    • Well I don’t know if it helps but I’m German and Kokosnuss and Haselnuss are not used as racial slurs in German. It’s just stuff you eat.

      TimSchnitzelTimSchnitzel2 måneder siden
  • this is my favourite task!! :D

    adelaide129adelaide1292 måneder siden
  • Mel is right: Hugues is indeed the French version of Hugh.

    hocbeshocbes2 måneder siden
    • I thought it's Hugo?

      Paŭlo EbermannPaŭlo Ebermann14 dager siden
    • What would you do with the languages that have different sounds that other speakers can’t pronounce?

      Sam YuSam YuMåned siden
    • @Bastien Merindol Names don't translate, your name is Bastien in every other language. However if you prefer people to call you their language equivalent version that's fine.

      PlayPreyPlayPrey2 måneder siden
    • @ComicSansMcGee And Jack wouldn't pose much trouble for a native French speaker either. Hugh is a different kettle of fish, starting with a very un-French /h/.

      JukeloJukelo2 måneder siden
    • @Jukelo I don't call people named Jaques, Jack. Then again, I'm Canadian.

      ComicSansMcGeeComicSansMcGee2 måneder siden
  • Lucky no one spoke mandarin or something, that would be difficult.

    Yousif AbuhamadYousif Abuhamad2 måneder siden
    • 不太难。

      fenhenfenhen2 måneder siden
    • Neither finnish.

      bizbiz2 måneder siden
  • Lovely french accent from Mel, perfect pronunciation (and delivery) and not a single mistake ! Had no idea she was fluent in french it was a great surprise, made me love her even more.

    SkannSkann2 måneder siden
    • It was actually really good, but there were a few mistakes, e.g. bon/bien.

      FaithHopeLove 9FaithHopeLove 92 måneder siden
    • @M. Baritono why would it be less enjoyable for French speakers?

      Josef VJosef V2 måneder siden
    • @Mai N Thanks!

      Robson NevesRobson Neves2 måneder siden
    • I speak French, too, and I don't know if it made this more or less enjoyable to watch, but I'd bet on the former.

      M. BaritonoM. Baritono2 måneder siden
    • @Robson Neves she mixed both languages. Absolutely loved it!

      Mai NMai N2 måneder siden
  • thanks for the video. Always fun to see what you come up with for people to do.

    Panda CPanda C2 måneder siden
  • Repeat

    They_Call_Me_ PebblesThey_Call_Me_ Pebbles2 måneder siden
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