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  1. Don't Forget Your Toothbrush is a British light entertainment TV programme that aired on Channel 4 from 12 February 1994 to 25 February 1995 and was hosted by Chris Evans . Background. Don't Forget Your Toothbrush was written and presented by Chris Evans in his first major venture away from The Big Breakfast.

  2. Don't Forget Your Toothbrush: With Chris Evans, Jools Holland, Jadene Doran, Rachel Tatton-Brown.

    • (64)
    • 1994-02-12
    • Game-Show
    • Chris Evans, Jools Holland, Jadene Doran
  3. Don't Forget Your Toothbrush: With Gina Mari, Tim Ferguson, Shane Alexander, Wendy Mooney. Based on an English program of the same name, DFYT saw Ferguson play strange party games and practical jokes on his audience with the offer of prizes, including an international flight to be taken the next morning. So called because audience members were ...

    • (33)
    • 1995-08-15
    • Game-Show
    • 60
  4. Chris Evans takes on saturday nights and totally owns.

    • 8 Min.
    • 121,5K
    • 97channel
  5. Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush. Debuting on Saturday 12 February 1994, this phenomenally successful live travel game show for the easily-excitable was hosted by the manic carrot-topped golden boy of British TV and featured a radical blend of traditional quiz show and Chris Evans’ untraditional approach to presenting.

  6. Don't Forget Your Toothbrush: With Mark Curry, Kaley Cuoco, Tammy Klein, Roger Marten. Remember "Beat the Clock?" Remember "People Are Funny?" Well this show is a blend of the two types of game show. As host, Mark Curry knows everything about everyone in the audience, as well as who'll play for the prizes, the biggest being a one-week vacation ...

  7. Synopsis. The show responsible for the best bits of British television in years, this is the original late, live 'n' loud game show. Hosted by Chris Evans while he was still good, this show was about two things: a holiday and a hero (with a few stunts and cash/prizes games in between).