Praise for the Pointless books by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman
I love Pointless. It's funny, and it makes me feel less thick. Like all the best dates.
We gave 100 people 100 seconds to name the greatest show in the history of television. There was only one pointless answer and it was Pointless. And now in book form.
Pointless is a fascinating microcosm of life: as this formidable tome reveals, success therein depends on a combination of intelligence, chance and having a good partner.
The must-have present.
A pointless book? Definitely. But in a good way.