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Taskmaster season 8 episodes list:
Taskmaster Greg Davies returns with miniature sidekick Alex Horne in tow, as five new contestants are ordered to attempt tasks that may result in comprehensive humiliation. Starting with: baby monitors, powerful smells and seductive dummies.
The race continues for Taskmaster Greg Davies's alluring golden head trophy. In this episode, Lou Sanders displays some unusual facial hair, Iain Stirling's beatboxing causes him some problems and Paul Sinha shows off his full acting range. As usual, Alex Horne provides data analysis in his role as the Taskmaster's private secretary and live-in companion.
It's Lou Sanders who leads the pack at this early stage of Series 8, but there's a long journey ahead for the five comics hoping to claim Greg Davies's gilded head. With the Taskmaster's keen admin enthusiast, Alex Horne, recording events, Joe Thomas struggles with the definition of a mammal, Iain Stirling devises an explosive chemistry experiment and Sian Gibson sends a NSFW text to Greg.
The competitive nature of Taskmaster bubbles alarmingly to the surface as a simple team task involving a hammock exposes tensions between two of the five comics vying to win Greg Davies's monumental golden head. Further controversy arises with Iain Stirling's definition of a loo roll, while Paul Sinha attempts to engage a toddler with a thresher shark.
This hard-fought series is about to reach the halfway mark. To celebrate, Taskmaster Greg Davies invites all five contestants to have some global fun with a beach ball. Elsewhere, will Lou Sanders's wise words for the youth of today hit home? Can Paul Sinha invent a revolutionary new use for a basketball? And will Sian Gibson rescue Little Alex Horne from the sharp beak of an aquatic bird? Answers: maybe, possibly, and probably not.
One of the secrets to the Taskmaster's successful reign of tyranny is that he's ruthlessly unpredictable which means things can change very, very quickly in this game. Alex Horne takes scrupulous notes as Paul Sinha squats in a telephone box and Iain Stirling stakes his claim for the Scottish national football team.
Greg Davies hands down more brutally honest judgements as five comics fight among themselves to win his golden head. The pink, the powerful and the pirate.
This episode feature sand, beach balls, water and an angler's keepnet. There are also coffee pots, which don't help Joe Thomas, and a trumpet, which doesn't help Lou Sanders.
It's very much the business end of the series. Sian Gibson seeks to redefine the definition of the verb 'bounce'.
It's the final episode of Series 8 and one of the five intrepid comics is set to win Greg Davies's gorgeous golden head. Lou Sanders chews on some stationery, Sian Gibson is crushed by a caravan, Paul Sinha wrecks a camera, Joe Thomas gets cross and Iain Stirling waves a stick about. The Taskmaster's loyal lickspittle Alex Horne stands by, gripping his tablet for dear life.