A clip from Tipping Point has gone viral, in which a contestant confuses the Greek poet Homer with Homer Simpson.
Twitter user Graeme Douglas reposted a moment from yesterday’s ITV episode (October 25) in which host Ben Shephard contains his laughter following a contestant’s response.
“In his epic poems, Homer often refers to nectar as the drink of the gods and which other substance as their food?” Shephard asks, before the contestant responds: “I know he likes donuts. I think I’ll go with donuts please Ben.”
You can watch the full clip here:
Ben Shepherd’s face is perfect. Remarkable daytime quizzing, this 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/0Lreh0JCX2
— Graeme Douglas (@graemedouglas) October 25, 2021
One Twitter user responded to the clip defending the contestant, saying: “I mean yeah, granted it’s hilarious, but also let’s not be snobby to the point of saying nonsense like ‘and THESE people can vote’.
“Not everyone studies classics as part of their education.”
Another person nodded to a favourite moment from The Simpsons, writing: “He’s so silly. Everyone knows Lisa is the one who writes epic poems in that family.”
He's so silly. Everyone knows Lisa is the one who writes epic poems in that family. pic.twitter.com/R16oaQ2wJU
— 🎃Ciarán Vest (made from real gorilla chest)🎃 (@CiaranWest) October 25, 2021
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