Holding up an article, the BBC host began: “It’s all these quizzes that are going on at the moment and people like quizzes about confectionery, cakes, that sort of thing.
“Here, someone has sliced chocolate bars, they’ve sliced all these chocolate bars in half, so the quiz is you’re looking at the interior of the chocolate bar.”
Before Charlie had a chance to properly explain the quiz for viewers watching at home, Naga shouted out: “Bounty top left, bounty top left.”
“You have to identify which one,” Charlie attempted to continue before Naga repeated: “Bounty, top left.”
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“Hold on,” Charlie hit out. “Hold on, have we got a good shot on this you can play along at home is that the phrase we use.”
Ignoring her co-host, Naga continued to guess some of the chocolate bars and shouted out: “Mint chocolate aero.”
“Hold on,” a frustrated Charlie remarked. “So number one that is top left, have a good look at that.”
Charlie confirmed Naga had been right and the first picture was of a Bounty cut down the middle before continuing to go along each bar and asking viewers to guess.
As they moved on to number six, Naga said: “I can do number nine.
“No, I’m doing number six,” Charlie hit out again before giving up with the quiz altogether.
“You’ve got to find things to do sometimes, haven’t you, I rather enjoyed that I’ll be honest with you I thought that was quite good.”
“You told me I’d hate that quiz, I really enjoyed that quiz,” Naga remarked.