The Grand Designs presenter has revealed he made an episode of his long-running architecture show “deliberately designed to get people as drunk as possible” after discovering its fans had invented a drinking game based on the series.
The rules of the drinking game required viewers to drink when regular incidents happened on the show, such as the owners running out of money or quitting their job to manage the project.
McCloud said: “We even actually wrote an entire programme around the drinking and it’s covert so one of the programmes is deliberately designed to get people as drunk as possible.
“There are all kinds of rules like every time I used the word ‘bespoke’ it’s a double shot, the wife gets pregnant half way through, that's a treble.”
Other rules include having a drink if the owners ignore planning permission or their windows do not fit.
Friday, 14 November 2014
Kevin McCloud wrote a Grand Designs episode 'deliberately' targeted at fans' drinking game
I knew it... Kevin McCloud must realise...
The Independent (sic) reports that:
What do you drink when the client says they 'want to be in by Christmas'?