Hide 3 Aubergines In This Room | Full Task | Taskmaster

Publicerades den 20 okt 2020
David Baddiel, Ed Gamble, Jo Brand, Katy Wix and Rose Matafeo attempt to hide 3 aubergines from Little Alex Horne, who must find them as quickly as possible.
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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

  • Ed looks like an off-brand Elon Musk

  • "My first instinct is to eat a whole raw aubergine" You and you alone my friend.

  • My ADHD says no

  • Well, I was today years old when I learned the English call egg plants, “Aubergines”

  • I keep forgetting what those are actually called the more I hear it said this way

  • They just had to put the smashed eggplant next to the baby head

  • The smart and easy way out of this is to just flatten all three eggplants and stick them in your pants

  • shoulda snapped them all in 2 and made him search for the 6 halves

  • Just eat the one, it is still in the room.

  • When it fell from the painting and thudded on the table 😂

  • I'm really starting to fall in love with british tv. This is so funny.

  • 7:01 what is that laugh?!

  • Call them fucking eggplants don't use some harry potter curse against me

  • British people: Aubergine Me: eggplant. Eggplant! EGGPLANT!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Those are eggplants,,,

  • I like how the first lady decides that just because she hates them, she can touch and move them. Lol not your room lady don't touch my shit

  • the laugh track are so fucking annoying

  • The approach of the last pal was so raw and british.

  • The approach of the last pal was so raw and british.

  • Knowing that cello tape and a knife was available, definitely could have made the task much more annoying. Cube it and scatter randomly through that card catalog system. Slice them thin and tuck amongst book pages on the shelf. And/or tape to center-back of the assorted hanging items. Thin slices packed into the seat cushions would have worked well also. Then hide one halved in 2 spots ... like inside that letter and set behind the picture frame (particularly if you taped some further in. That way the smell of a cut one is answered, but you have some obvious findings that would lead someone to believe they're looking for big pieces, not small ones. Do your cutting work under a folded back rug corner to hide the mess.

  • 9:51 That eggplant has better comedic timing than I do

  • Haha british

  • 2020: 5667

  • 6:47

  • So I had to find out here that Eggplants are also called Aubergines?

  • Me, an unassuming American: eggplant.

    • Me, a South African: Brinjal

    • They're round and white when they first start growing!

    • @weasley313 To be fair, eggplants used to look like eggs

    • but..but... thats not an egg... thats not how eggs work

  • I was surprised no one joked about using a prison wallet...

  • AUBERGINES ARE FRUIT

  • It took me an unreasonable amount of time to realize that "Aubergines" is just a fancy name for "Eggplant"

  • they don't call them eggplants in England? I wasn't aware of this britishism.

    • Eggplant seems to be the oddity. As far as I am aware, they're called aubergines in far more countries than they are called eggplants.

  • Holy shit I had no idea what a "Aubergines" was. I thought it was the stamp thing on the thumbnail. Then I was like oh those eggplants there are stacked odd

  • hiding 2 aubergines in the same place is genius. its becomes twice as hard to find them. chapeau

  • Why is there laughing in the background. There aren't any jokes

  • I'd unscrew the back cover of the lamp and place an aubergine (or rather a piece of it) in there

  • What the heck is a Aubergine? Is it related to a eggplant?

    • Cody Seren I hope you're joking....

  • Aren’t those eggplants? I’ve never heard them called aubergines, not sure if that’s a british thing though.

  • I'd have spent most of my time dicing then up and hiding them in just a fuck tonne of different places, imagine the amount of time you'd have to spend to put that back together

  • damn this looks fun

  • "I've not pointed at anything since, just in case" LMAOOOOO

  • tv shows have become very intellectually challenging I see

  • i genuinely would have tried to eat them. I know someone who's uncle eats them raw with mayo.

  • Me just finding out that this show is in England as well! I watch the Norwegian one, but its called «kongen befaler» aka almost like simon says but the king demands

  • easy, all 3 up the arse!

  • Fun fact: raw eggplants aren't poisonous in any reasonable amounts. The deadly dose is 400 mg of that toxin, while the whole eggplant doesn't contain more than 13 mg. Just don't eat leaves and other plant parts, because those are waaay more toxic. Same goes for raw potatoes, except potatoes can turn green when exposed to sun - in which case never eat them raw, you're gonna get poisoned. Cooking them is fine though

  • Use some thing To brake them In To pieces and hide them all araund you can argue that unless he finds every single bit notisable he hasnt found them all but brake all To 8 pieces and hide them in many many places all araund and tell when he has all of them

  • Its really weird that they don’t call it eggplant

  • Man, the Yogscast has really changed, hasn’t it?

  • Eggplant

  • I would've cut one in half, then cut a 2nd one in half *as well as a very, very thin slice* from the 2nd one and hide that slice somewhere.

  • sad that no one cut it into tiny pieces and hid each one in the hundreds of drawers on the left

  • halfway through really hoping someone eats one

  • 6:11 "that's not an aubergine" lol

  • As an American I have never seen this. But have laughed through this whole episode. Also it’s an eggplant lol.

  • raw eggplant isn't poisonous, so whoever told Baddiel it was was full of shit.

  • Are the drawers on the card catalog false or otherwise non-functional? Otherwise, why didn't somebody just pull a few out of place enough that Alex would feel compelled to search them all?

  • Those are eggplants B.P.C

    • british people call them aubergines (the french word for eggplant)

  • I'm au bergine, I can hide pretty well...

  • We call them egg plants in the U.S. I was confused for a second

  • Hiding multiple aubergines in the same spot such a stupid move lol

  • What in the world is an aubergine... oh! An eggplant. Gotcha.

  • i was confused on what an aubergine was until i saw it and i was like oh an eggplant lol

  • The comedic timing of 9:49 is glorious

  • Eggplant?

  • Those are egg plants you pompous English. Man am I glad we won that revolution.

  • 10:46 to think he would have won if he just zipped up gis fly and sat down.

  • Its strange beain an American and beaing like you mean an EgG plAnT?!?

  • ... *HAHAHAHAHA* ... ... ... *HAHAHAHAHA*

  • CC keeps correcting it to Hybrid Jeans lol

  • Why did they put 2 in the same spot? 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️

  • in america we call them eggplants and they are a respected fruit here

  • Ed Gamble is surprisingly beautiful when he laughs.

  • A tat unfair because the more often he does it the more possible hiding spots he learns for the next search.

  • Would've eaten one of them 😂

    • Hey Greg and I have the same socks

  • egg plant hiding

  • I'm honestly quite impressed with Alex's search skills

  • I love this show so much, it is funny, promotes creative thinking and problem solving skills. And everyone involved is always hilarious.

  • Gotta admit, I clicked on this just to find out what a aubergine was (Spoiler* It's an eggplant)

  • I just had to Google "wtf is an aubergine?" Ahhhh eggplant.

  • i would have tried to hide a piece so well that alex has to give up and then bring it in for a prize task

  • clicked on this video cause i had no idea what an aubergine was and took way to long to figure out they were talking abt the eggplants

  • Eggplant 🍆

  • no, if he had to find the whole aubergine for everyone else, than it took him at least 8 hours to find the entire aubergine for the man that ate part of it. fair is fair, he ate half, so he didnt find it.

  • Eggplant

  • I have no clue what youre calling them, its EGGPLANT.

  • I kept looking at the cabinet with a bunch of tiny drawers. If you could break it into a bunch of small pieces and distribute it randomly between the drawers it would take a very long time to find it all

  • Why did they put 2 in the same spot? 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️

    • Because they're English

  • Hey Greg and I have the same socks

  • this one is my favorite so far! lmao

  • Wasn't that Rolf Harris?

  • 2:56 that makes no sense, like you could hide it in literally any other place and it would be better than hiding it together with another one...

  • I legit thought that said hide 3 aboriginals in this room, i just had to watch

  • utterly not funny

  • Wtf is an aubergine

  • Too bad this wasn't a task for Katherine Ryan, based on what she previously said.

  • I think that a small problem with this task is that Alex gets a bigger advantage the further he progresses in the group, since he learns the hiding spots of others.

    • Yet somehow it took him progressively LONGER to find them (apart from the last one who barely tried) so the advantage is debatable

    • But also, that's not the point of the task. Taskmaster is about thinking outside of the box and doing cool things to accomplish the objective, and the people that do that will be in first regardless of how well versed Alex is with the hiding places, because they won't be using simple hiding places

    • The solution for that is to have him already familiar with all of the hiding places, which he probably is

    • @eq2lornick There is a solution for this: do some practice rounds with the staff off camera. That way you will already know most of the hiding spots when you're doing it with the actual participants.

    • You’re right but at the end of the day it’s just a game for fun. Nobody is actually winning anything important, you know.

  • I would just have eaten one eggplant and hidden the other ones poorly. It never said that they had to be whole. And since they wouldn’t have left the room he would probably never find them. Unless he takes this to another level.

  • David looks like an off brand John Oliver

  • As an American I giggle at the word aubergine, I am getting a lot of giggles in this video.

  • I am going to become a comedian so that I may one day get invited on Taskmaster.

  • I instantly had the same idea for flattening the aubergine and hiding it under the carpet.