The Dragon Quiz was the seventh episode of the YoGPoD, released on 24th April 2009. It was created and produced by Simon and Lewis, also featuring Hannah and Yohi. The episode is twenty-eight minutes and twelve seconds in length.
In a YoGPoD released in honour of St. George's Day, Simon tests Lewis on his knowledge of dragons with a quiz on dragons
Lewis then volunteers Simon for the Teddy Compatibility Test to find out whether he and a girl called Teddy are compatible. The episode ends with a discussion on the pronunciation of Cadbury's Creme Eggs.
You can test your own dragon knowledge here.
Official Description Edit
"Simon goes through an extremely nerdy quiz to find out how much Lewis knows about dragons."
There will be casual swearing involved. You have been warned...
Simon: Okay, this week's YogPod, and I'm using the term 'week' there quite loosely, because we haven't released one in... um... about six weeks. Okay, this month's Yogscas- YoGPoD. This month's YoGPoD is in honor of St. George, the patron saint of Englandshire. Who is famous for slaying a dragon and saving the people of... um... I think it was Turkey actually. Why is he our patron saint?
Simon: Why is he our patron saint? He's from Turkey.
Lewis: What do you mean he's from Turkey? Wasn't he like Welsh or something?
Simon: What? Why would he be Welsh?
Lewis: Because they've got the dragon on their flag.
Simon: Ah. I think it's a different dragon. Unless the Welsh really do hate the English so much, that they know worship the dragon that almost killed St. George.
Lewis: Did it almost kill him? See, I don't know anything about this, this story.
Simon: Well, it's all just bollocks at the end of the day isn't it?
Lewis: So he was like a Turkish guy? That's really messed up, I mean, the fact is that all of our traditions are like stolen anyway. Like, tea is from China obviously, and like Curries, and St. George is now a Turk. What else is like... You know, the Queen's German?
Simon: Well, they are a German family, yeah.
Lewis: I know, that was part of the joke. laughter
Simon: sad trombone noises
Lewis: Good work. Now with a bit of flair.
Simon: Amazing. It was your delivery that was key in the failure of that joke.
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