Tuesday, 6 September 2011, 8:00PM – 9:00PM
A group of self-proclaimed geeks from Leeds take on Southampton University’s Cheerleading Squad in the second episode of ITV2’s new game show Minute To Win It. Hosted by Darren McMullen, the celebrity captains Joe Swash and Caroline Flack get down and dirty competing against each other in off the wall games, including How’s It Hanging and Pucker Up.
The boys’ team, led by Caroline, are a sci-fi loving bunch of friends who love statistics and a well-drawn graph. Joe’s team are five super competitive cheerleading girls from Southampton who won best University Cheerleading lead squad earlier this year.
Will the brains outwit the beauties, or will the pompoms prove puzzling as they battle it out for the cash prize?
Games included in the show are:
Face the Cookie
Player must move a cookie from their forehead to their mouth using only their facial muscle
How’s It Hangin’
Player must knock oranges one at a time through a make-shift goal post at the opposite end of the stage using their hips to swing a banana mallett that is hanging from waist by a length of string.
Players must carry tennis balls from an inverted tennis ball sleeve into an empty sleeve using only their lips.
Loo Roll Sushi
Player must move as many loo rolls as they can from one podium to another using broom handles as chopsticks.
Game of One Half
Player throws playing cards at a watermelon half in a bid to try and stick as many in as possible.
Player must ferociously shake an arm and a leg in order to rack up as many clicks as possible on pedometers attached to both limbs.
One player wears 10 x plastic cups attached to their body on feet, knees, shoulders, elbows and wrists. Other player has to bounce ping pong balls onto the floor and into the cups.
Spend a Penny
Player uses a magnet to move pennies up through an inverted glass bowl, dropping them into a piggy bank.