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The Saturday Quiz

Season 4 Finale with Kate Jinx, Zoe Coombs Marr, Dave Lawson and Ryan Shelton

Season 4, Ep. 47

As we do every year, the rules change for the final episode of the season. Now it is a competition and scores are very much kept (poorly)

The same core group has returned, Kate Jinx and Zoe Coombs Marr on one team and Dave Lawson is joined this time by Ryan Shelton stepping in for Sarah Snook.

There are forty questions to get through, so settle in and enjoy the chaos.

Thanks to everyone who has tuned in all year.

And thanks to Cindy MacDonald for writing the questions

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