QI is a great TV programme spoilt by the slap-stick humour of Alan Davis. If he is to stay on QI there are a few things he must learn not to do:
If a fellow panellist on QI makes a joke, he must not jump on the bandwagon and try and make the joke his own.
If the answer to a question is a number or an animal (for example), he must not start counting from one to infinity, or naming every animal on the planet until he is correct. Alternatively, for these types of questions, every wrong answer from Alan should be a penalty of 10 points.
He must not play silly buggers with any objects or props that are introduced as part of a question or a Jolly Jape.
When Sandi lets everyone know the right answer, he must not shout it out in the hope of getting some points.
Finally, once a joke has been made, he must not drag it out and waste time by carrying on with it by making funny faces, noises or gestures.