For viewers of the British quiz show "QI" (short for "Quite Interesting") featured on BBC 2 & 4, where contestants get points for giving interesting answers more often than the correct ones. It's hosted by Stephen Fry, who is joined regularly by panellist Alan Davies as well as three other guests (comedians, more often than not).
This community has news of the show, reviews by attendees and facts that fans may find interesting.
QI in America
We, the undersigned, are fans of the television series "QI", which is broadcast in the UK by the BBC and produced by Talkback THAMES productions. At the current time, no editions of the program have appeared on United States television.
We would like all of the four seasons of "QI" to be broadcast in the United States.
If you've got a heart please come and join the QI in America petition to get the show aired in the United States!
You can find related posts here by blueprintblue and here by qi_fanatic.
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× Totally random yet quite interesting facts are fine! Heck, that's what we're here for right?
× Graphics? Go ahead!
× If you've got any issues you can take them up with kasdan.
× Give Alan Davies More Points is a site with news, contestant information, and quotes; along with a whole lot more, so if you're looking for more info on the show be sure to check it out.
× QI is the official site (aka The Place From Whence The Pretty Header Came), which is also the ultimate time-waster.