In the penultimate episode, the pressure is so intense that Mae Martin forgets the only rule to a task. Expect paint, stomping and sneaky prizes in this sort-of semi-final.
The comics retrieve pineapples from a pond and inventively repurpose umbrellas. And in a fitting climax, Frankie Boyle goes to town on a gigantic cat scratching post.
Greg and Alex take things up a notch by introducing a pulper to proceedings. Jelly babies cause friction. And Mae Martin and Ivo Graham say the word 'duck' a lot.
It's episode six, and you know what that means? That's right, it's time to meet everyone's imaginary friends in a domestic and poignant setting. And nobody understands a simple egg-shelling task.
Frankie Boyle impresses with his falsetto. Kiell Smith-Bynoe wows everyone with his spoon retrieval abilities. And Mae Martin fakes their way into Alex Horne's wallet.
Kiell Smith-Bynoe finds himself playing bingo without any shoes on. And all the comedians create boats to carry eggs in a race involving eggs (in boats).
Things are getting heated between this year's noble competitors as they bid to impress the Taskmaster. Can they keep it together for the all-important sausage exam?
Alex Horne splits his band five ways for the sake of a task, leading Jenny Eclair to impart her wisdom about piles. Meanwhile, Frankie Boyle has some strong opinions about golf.
The 15th series kicks off with Alex Horne unveiling the new snack that's set to take the convenience food world by storm. Frankie Boyle plays with some string. And everyone throws a toilet roll.