Have you Been paying Attention cast signed Channel 10 Mug with COA
Spice up your mornings with a dose of TV nostalgia – presenting our Channel 10 mug signed by the ever-entertaining cast of 'Have You Been Paying Attention?' This keepsake, boasting signatures from the illustrious Sam Pang, guest host Chrissie Swan, Celia Pacquola, Denise Scott, and Ed Kavalee, is a collector's dream.
A unique artifact from one of Australia's beloved TV shows, this mug adds a dash of glamour and history to your morning brew or your memorabilia collection. To top it off, this rare ensemble of signatures is hard to find on a single item.
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"Have You Been Paying Attention?" is a lively, engaging television quiz show that first aired on Australia's Network 10 in 2013. Created by Working Dog Productions, the show draws heavily on popular culture and current events, making it an entertaining fusion of news and comedy.
Hosted by Tom Gleisner, the show features a revolving panel of five contestants, typically comedians, who are quizzed on news of the week. The questions cover a wide range of topics from politics to sports to entertainment, and the answers often lead to hilarious exchanges. Regular contestants include Sam Pang and Ed Kavalee, with various guest hosts and contestants appearing throughout the seasons, including Chrissie Swan, Celia Pacquola, and Denise Scott.
The format of the show deviates from traditional quiz shows. Rather than competing for points to win prizes, the contestants often make humorous or satirical comments, making it more akin to a comedy roast of the week's events. Despite this, there is a winner declared at the end of each episode, although the actual points are often secondary to the laughs.
The show's unique blend of humour, news, and friendly competition has made it a hit with audiences. It has consistently won its time slot and has been lauded for its fresh take on the quiz show format. The show's clever combination of news parody and casual comedy has also led to multiple spin-offs in different countries, proving that, indeed, people have been paying attention to this standout Australian TV show.