BBC Richard Osman’s House of Games has now become a cherished TV quiz show that many viewers have made a habit of tuning into every weekday evenings. The exciting show features interesting celebrities, difficult yet interesting questions and bundles of good laughs- leaving fans wanting to come back for more.
This week there’s been a bit of a mixed reception, with some viewers vowing to switch off from the show “for the rest of the week” while others are loving one of the contestants.
The show, which is hosted by Pointless co-presenter and genius Richard Osman, invites different celebrities to join every week. This week it will star father and daughter, Ade Edmondson and Beattie Edmondson, Angela Barnes and Kemah Bob.
For some reason comedian Kemah seemed to get on some viewers’ nerves because they didn’t know who she was.
One annoyed fan said they didn’t know who Kemah is.
Another added: “Love #houseofgames do not love Kemah Bobs voice. Not sure I can watch the rest of the week.”
But Kemah also got plenty of love from other fans of the show, with one viewer calling her an “absolute legend”.
One fan said: “Welcome back House of Games. Delighted to see the return of @kemahbob. Absolute legend, and upsetting all the people who deserve it most.”
Speaking about Kemah, another said: “I was taken aback for your voice for like 5 seconds, then I loved your witty commentary. Keep being you, it’s great.”
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