Bear Takes the UK Citizenship Test | The Challenge: War of The Worlds 2

Bear Takes the UK Citizenship Test | The Challenge: War of The Worlds 2


– Now, if I don’t get this,
are you going to deport me back to where I come from, which is Mars, because
I’m out of this world. Oh my goodness me! The country that is not on the union flag, on what flag is it again? – [Interviewer] Union flag? – I would say, Wales. – [Interviewer] Yeah! – Yes! (beep) man I’m good, innt I? It’s a pretty easy one, Lewis Hamilton is actually my cousin, and that is Formula One racing. He’s not really my
cousin, he’s my brother! Plot twist. True! The UK is a parliamentary democracy. – [Interviewer] Correct. Yes! Wow, am I at four out of four? – [Interviewer] Three out of three. – Three out of three is fine. – Henry the Sixth was 27 when he died. Is that right? – [Interviewer] Fifteen. – What? You don’t even hit puberty yet! 1951 was it? – [Interviewer] 1851. – That was a good year actually, the year of the dog, heatwave on that year, we got three obvious, really easy what happened on that day
in 1851, that was when, Alexandra Roosevelt invented electricity. – [Interviewer] The Great Exhibition. – It was a great exhibition. They lived in two houses,
one was a villa actually. Real nice villa in Walthamstow. One of them lived in a
barn, funny enough in Kent, so, is that right? – [Interviewer] Lancaster and York. – Lancaster and York. It is true! – [Interviewer] False. – False. False! It’s definitely false. To be a member of the constituency, whatever it was, the question. – I would go with, 1310. – [Interviewer] 1606. – 1606. It’s a pretty easy one, this
one, the British novelist that created Sherlock
Holmes, I’ll go J.K. Rowling. – [Interviewer] Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. – Oh it could have been
Sir Arthur Ronan Coyle, one of the two. – I will go for Ireland,
’cause its next to England, is it Ireland? – [Interviewer] Wales. – I will go with Wales! – Elizabeth I’s parents was Elizabeth and Jamal. – [Interviewer] Henry
VIII and Anne Boleyn. – Henry VII and Anne
Boleyn was the answer. The famous horse race, held in Liverpool, the Grand National. – [Interviewer] You got it! – Yes! The leek! – [Interviewer] The daffodil. – The daffodil! No I think it’s a leek! I’ll go with leek. Okay, that’s the fruit. (beep) man, that’s close. America. Is it America? Damn. UK. London. London. Northern Ireland! Henry VIII had six wives,
name of the first wife was Anne Boleyn. – [Interviewer] Catherine of Aragon. – Diss. Was Anne Boleyn one of them? Yes, that weren’t a bad
guess like, come on, who was it again?

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    LovedBy You

    I actually knew he'd be good at this but he got hardest questions. He seems proper British and has the thickest accent of them all!!! 😫😫😫

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