Julie D'Aubigny and Dueling Scars: Citation Needed 6x04


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  • rashkavar
    rashkavar 4 days ago

    Y'know, both of Will's slightly absurd plans for extracting lovers from convents are significantly better plans than Julie's...

  • Tyler Furrison Tech
    Tyler Furrison Tech 10 days ago

    Call her Ambiguity and get on with it

  • Will Billion
    Will Billion 23 days ago

    So is Hagrid a new member now?

  • Adelaide Abashov
    Adelaide Abashov 25 days ago

    like jack churchill but better

  • Isaac Twardowski
    Isaac Twardowski Month ago

    Once again the wheel spins and lands on France

  • John C
    John C Month ago

    i really want to have a drink with the mouth from the south

  • Slaq DaCruzer
    Slaq DaCruzer Month ago

    That burning down the place happened in the handmaiden movie haha cool reference for the movie i never knew it was a real thing

  • Elliott Manley
    Elliott Manley Month ago

    Call yourself a linguist, Tom?!

  • Chronomatrix
    Chronomatrix Month ago

    D'Aubigny is pronounced "Dough-bi-nyee", D'Armagnac = "Dar-mu-nyak", Luynes = "Looeens", Florensac = "Fla-hun-sack"

  • Just A User
    Just A User Month ago

    Saw the Episode by Extra Credit of this story of the perfect DnD Bard. And it was funnier because I knew what was coming.

  • Vorxer
    Vorxer Month ago +1

    Everyone in this comment section has a terrible disease! You must all come with me!

  • AbsolX Guardian
    AbsolX Guardian 2 months ago

    For some reason this is so funny! I have no idea why. I had to pause the video at mutliple points because I was laughng so hard.

  • Fey
    Fey 2 months ago +1

    Extra Credits brought me here. Why haven't I discovered this after all these months?!

  • Christian Dinter
    Christian Dinter 2 months ago +7

    For more story, check Extra Credits... :)

    GARNET NEPTUNE 3 months ago

    Bring a Barbie doll to space

  • ntlespino
    ntlespino 3 months ago

    Missed the opportunity for Aristotle's axolotl's axle throttle

  • hotscottrulz
    hotscottrulz 3 months ago +1

    Well, this has just made me reevaluate my life - I’m seventeen, I have yet to steal a body, set fire to a convent, stab someone, duel someone, flee any cities or townships, or join the opera.

  • JonatasAdoM
    JonatasAdoM 3 months ago

    I went laughing for a good minute!

  • Jonathan Faber
    Jonathan Faber 4 months ago

    Didn't the Bismarck have 15 inch guns?

    • sirrliv
      sirrliv 2 months ago

      Yes, 8 of them.

  • Hazel Grey
    Hazel Grey 4 months ago +2

    The crazy thing is... There's still a whole bunch of stuff they skipped over.

  • Lord Dim 1
    Lord Dim 1 4 months ago

    Luynes is pronounced Luyin I believe.

  • IoKnight
    IoKnight 5 months ago

    It's pronounced "Lieu-een" btw :P

  • Teddy
    Teddy 6 months ago


  • Confused Dave
    Confused Dave 6 months ago

    Also not French, but I believe the closest rendering for a British tongue is "Dorb-in-ye".

  • Kayleigh Steinel
    Kayleigh Steinel 6 months ago

    Aristotle axolotl throttle? if it was in an Aztec language it would be a nahuatl Aristotle axolotl throttle

  • Cordate
    Cordate 7 months ago

    Luynes = "l-ooh-een", approximately, 'cause there's no "u" sound in English.

  • Altoclarinets
    Altoclarinets 7 months ago +1

    Julie sounds like a bisexual sword lady after my own heart. 😂

  • riley jenkins
    riley jenkins 8 months ago +1

    mouth from the south is just a budget brian blessed

  • épinards & caramel
    épinards & caramel 8 months ago +1

    I'm not French™

  • metropod
    metropod 10 months ago

    I’m part French and you’re doing way better than I ever could.

  • Emil Forslund
    Emil Forslund 10 months ago

    I just HATE the outro when you say that you have been someone seeing as you're still that

  • Cyar Skirata
    Cyar Skirata 10 months ago

    I'd like to point out the Bismarck had 15 inch guns.

    • Cyar Skirata
      Cyar Skirata 10 months ago

      Nillie Took me a moment. XD

    • Nillie
      Nillie 10 months ago

      That's a lot of tiny guns.

  • monster Frisk
    monster Frisk 11 months ago +1

    Will Seaward (i'm sure i'm misspelling that) has an absolutely delightful voice. Tom if you ever see him again, please tell him that at least one person on the internet adores his voice.

  • Daniel U. Thibault
    Daniel U. Thibault 11 months ago +1

    Julie d'Aubigny = /ʒy.li d‿o.bi.ɲi/. The last name is pronounced close to "doe-bing-ee".
    Duc de Luynes is pronounced /dyk də lɥin/, Luynes sounding a bit like "lwin" (with the "oo" part essentially removed).

  • SovietOnion
    SovietOnion 11 months ago +1

    The opposite would be "he gave birth to my father, prepare to be born".

  • Emma Charlotte
    Emma Charlotte 11 months ago +1

    its great to watch one of these knowing all of the answers, i highly recommend it.

  • Mojos Bigstick
    Mojos Bigstick 11 months ago

    Will Seaward - I like him.

  • Donald Sayers
    Donald Sayers 11 months ago

    Which cheek Pete? Upper left Dud, upper left.

  • Frank Harr
    Frank Harr 11 months ago

    I'm from NEW Yorkshire. Can I be a contestant?

  • друг dealer
    друг dealer Year ago

    kinda knew most of this
    but only cause julie is such a bi icon honestly

  • PuppyLuvU2
    PuppyLuvU2 Year ago

    This needs to be a movie musical or something.

  • Dain Ironhill
    Dain Ironhill Year ago

    I'm not french

  • p1rgit
    p1rgit Year ago

    Tom, you told you studied linguistics in York uni. how come you escaped without even minimal knowledge of french pronounciation? actuerly, i'm sure you jus playing fool here. pretending you do not know. sure, everybody can figure out this minimum of french pronounciation. like, ever drink champagne? so's already cue to basics. and so on.

    • p1rgit
      p1rgit Year ago

      exactly. how language works. and isn't it so that knowing multiple languages helps to understand how language works - no need to be as fluent as native speaker in every language and all, just knowing general structure and essential vocabulary is immense help. some chomsky's and his pals' theories are funny just because they based them on mostly one language. (did general linguistics exams, forgot which theories exactly... ;) nevertheless, i had impression that majoring in one language implies learning at least one language of same family - did my time on lithuanian philology and had to learn latvian there as well; learned spanish with french linguistics majors; every estonian philologist has to learn finnish (i failed miserably there)... but it is different in UK, isn't it? is it really possible to study just general linguistics and learn no languages at all? you have it easy there, then, you buggers... :)

    • Napishtim
      Napishtim Year ago +1

      Linguistics has nothing to do with knowing other languages. It's about knowing how language works.
      English people's pronunciation of originally french words tend to be incorrect in current French, too. For example, they usually pronounce "champagne" like old french "champaigne" (instead of champah-gne). I'm not sure whether it's because theyr mispronounce it or just use the old pronounciation though.

  • Danny Bhattarai
    Danny Bhattarai Year ago

    The 'butchering the French in here' bit was amazing.

  • superiorjello
    superiorjello Year ago

    Did he say "I'm your Tom Scott" at the end? Cause that's what I heard.

  • Akshay Anand
    Akshay Anand Year ago +2

    Actually, the Battleship Bismarck had 15 inch guns, not 14 inch. At that point they were the largest caliber naval guns, for a short period, until the Americans and Japanese mounted 16" rifles on their capital ships, and finally the Japanese Battleship Yamato was armed with the largest caliber naval guns ever mounted, 18.1".

  • Kayleigh Steinel
    Kayleigh Steinel Year ago

    More guests next season, or season after if possible!!!

  • zeero92
    zeero92 Year ago

    Nine minutes and twenty eight seconds in, and I suddenly found myself incredibly short of breath.

  • Eri Lassila
    Eri Lassila Year ago +8

    Tom might be handsome for 19th century warring Germany, but he sure as hell is handsome for 21st century Great Britain. I'd gladly scar those cheeks, if you know what I mean...

  • Seth Rotherforth
    Seth Rotherforth Year ago +1

    Please keep the Mouth from the South, Will Seaward!

  • Vel0city
    Vel0city Year ago

    So English subs broke on my end...

  • CountAlaric
    CountAlaric Year ago

    Party on, Chris

  • SassyP17
    SassyP17 Year ago


  • Adrian Guerra
    Adrian Guerra Year ago

    "Did the nuns have swords?"

  • Quick Games
    Quick Games Year ago

    I like Matt's replacement

  • Eddie Hart
    Eddie Hart Year ago

    Hit the 7 button as fast as possible

  • yriafehtivan
    yriafehtivan Year ago

    That window is giving me a Hermann grid illusion. Not a fan.

  • lanky2610
    lanky2610 Year ago +6

    I am a doctor, and everyone in the comments section has a terrible disease! Everyone must follow me immediately!
    Don't really, I don't want to be followed!

  • Joseph Bleasdale
    Joseph Bleasdale Year ago

    Luynes is pronounced "lu-een," by the way

  • Estefanía del Valle

    Where the ladies at?

  • Logan Brown
    Logan Brown Year ago

    It's the internet's version of Brian Blessed.

  • ThePCguy17
    ThePCguy17 Year ago

    Is that substitute a Hagrid? (Keep in mind that Hagrid is the surname, people.)

  • Jort H
    Jort H Year ago

    The Mouth from the South has the best laugh ever

  • edstercw
    edstercw Year ago

    This show is marvellous, why havent I seen this before? It's like a DIY We Need Answers. Will they do this at the Edinburgh Fringe?

  • Eri Lassila
    Eri Lassila Year ago

    Mistress of the Count? "One nipple, ha ha ha. Two nipples, ha ha ha. Three nipples, ha ha ew."

  • Skywalker1138
    Skywalker1138 Year ago

    UK specific references...

  • J. L. Soumilas
    J. L. Soumilas Year ago

    Congratulations you win a duet with Smokey the bear and Emma Watson
    Harmione G-ranger

  • raspymorten
    raspymorten Year ago

    Jesus tap dancing christ This lady was awesome.

  • Eric Schenkenberger

    please... no more Will.

  • Frankie Sparkes
    Frankie Sparkes Year ago

    Who here thinks Will needs to become a regular on Citation Needed?

  • Victoria Gullo
    Victoria Gullo Year ago

    Where's the rap musical about HER??!

  • T0mash
    T0mash Year ago

    Pre-French Revolution!!!!!

  • Rynier Yarom
    Rynier Yarom Year ago +1

    That's the best opera that anyone can do. Who ever can portray her life would have to be amazing

  • Joe Walker
    Joe Walker Year ago

    just when i thought no one was going to win mystery biscuits....

  • StrokeMahEgo
    StrokeMahEgo Year ago

    the wheel spins once again, lands on France (again)

  • SlayerUK
    SlayerUK Year ago

    Anyone else notice the optical illusion window frame?
    You'll see grey dots appearing at the crosses.

  • arand4
    arand4 Year ago

    I can't stop looking at the window in the background, I keep getting the The Hermann grid illusion!


    was the "disappearing dots" illusion on the window intentional?

  • funicksystem
    funicksystem Year ago +2

    Hey Tom, you got La marquise de Florensac pretty well pronounced :)
    Allways pleasant, thank you and good job !

  • swingAE86
    swingAE86 Year ago

    matt still missing!

  • Natalie McCarthy
    Natalie McCarthy Year ago

    How is this the one episode the wheel doesn't land on France?

  • Tanith Rosenbaum
    Tanith Rosenbaum Year ago +1

    Tom, the German dueling wasn't a military thing, it was a student fraternity thing. There was (and in fact still is) a tradition in German university fraternities to fight fencing duels in the way you described, along with a tradition for ritualized drinking, and singing. And as I mentioned, it's still being done by a subset of German university fraternities to this day. Just isn't quite as popular any more... Look up the article on "Academic Fencing" on Wikipedia for further details.

  • Adam Chrzascik
    Adam Chrzascik Year ago

    I find Tom's friends borderline obnoxious. Wish "Citation Needed" was on separate channel.

  • Stephen Dickinson
    Stephen Dickinson Year ago +1

    Today I found out is using your material, just saw a video about the guy who went into battle with a bow and sword.

  • Richard Walter
    Richard Walter Year ago

    Improvised pronounciation guide:
    D'Aubigny - Do-bee-nyee
    D'Armagnac - Da[r]-ma-nyac

    • Napishtim
      Napishtim Year ago

      Why would you not pronounce the "r" in Armagnac?

  • Trevor Shillington

    Can we just kick Matt off and keep Will?

  • Ser Garlan Tyrell
    Ser Garlan Tyrell Year ago +2

    Sorry Chris, but Bismarck had 8x 15" guns...

  • elli
    elli Year ago

    i love your cringeposts

  • Alice Armstrong
    Alice Armstrong Year ago


  • waltzingaranel
    waltzingaranel Year ago

    My last name is French and ends with 'eau'. Can you pronounce it? Yes or...no? 😋

  • Solid Banana
    Solid Banana Year ago

    does anyone else sometimes watch about half the video and then have a sudden realization on who/what the subject is?

  • waltzingaranel
    waltzingaranel Year ago

    So surprising the Tom's weakness is pronouncing French nouns. Dare I say? I will. It's adorable.

  • GoulartGH
    GoulartGH Year ago

    i didnt know tom was french

  • Jace Fairis
    Jace Fairis Year ago +1

    As someone who speaks French: I don't blame you for not being able to pronounce French stuff very well, French pronunciation is dumb - but at least it's consistently stupid.

  • Jezza NZ
    Jezza NZ Year ago

    Will Seaward is like a young Brian Blessed

  • GuanoLad
    GuanoLad Year ago +1

    What an eccentric fellow. It's like he learned how to be a human from Brian Blessed.

  • Steffen Sun Lyng
    Steffen Sun Lyng Year ago

    Wow... I enjoyed this much more than any quiz show on flow tv

  • Cule Chick
    Cule Chick Year ago +206

    "Flamboyant Bisexual with career in Opra beats all the men at duels" I think I'd enjoy that life.

  • Ian Knight
    Ian Knight Year ago

    Have they mentioned anywhere what actually happened to Matt?

    • TRiG (Ireland)
      TRiG (Ireland) Year ago

      Ian Knight It was explained in the last episode: Will ate him.

  • Jez McKean
    Jez McKean Year ago

    The soft focus is remarkably distracting, otherwise I love this show.