Don't Ask Me, Ask Britain viewers think it's a bad idea

Louise McCreesh
Photo credit: ITV

From Digital Spy

Don't Ask Me, Ask Britain aired its third show on ITV tonight (May 2) and it certainly got viewers on Twitter talking.

The app-based series – which asks viewers to vote along on opinion-based topics while celebrity panels compete to guess how they voted – was back this evening, once again getting the audience at home to play along via the free app.

During tonight's episode, team captains Jonathan Ross and Frank Skinner were joined by Meera Syal and Caroline Quentin.

Up for debate were misbehaving children, time machines and dining with exes.

So, here's how Britain voted:

A child is misbehaving in public and their parent is nowhere to be seen. Do you?

Ask the parent to control their child - 12%

Walk away and don't get involved - 70% - winner

Tell off the child yourself - 6%

Give the parent your sympathies - 12%

Your partner is invited out to dinner by an ex. Do you:

Let them go - 24%

Ask them to say no - 57% - winner

Insist you go with them - 9%

Arrange to see your ex on the same night - 10%

If you had a time machine, would you go:

Backwards - 60% - winner

Forwards - 40%

Should yellow and green sweets be banned?

Yes - 36%

No - 64% - winner

Should Zoos be abolished?

Yes - 19%

No - 81% - winner

Photo credit: Channel 4

But what did viewers on Twitter think as the show aired its third episode? Funny you should ask...

Some people were feeling it:

Unfortunately, most people weren't:

Don't Ask Me, Ask Britain returns next Tuesday (May 9) on ITV.

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