From the Green Guide, on Tony Delroy's midnight Challenge trivia shenanigans:
Cheating, Delroy says, has "become an issue" with the growth of the internet. "You'll know nine times out of ten in they're Googling because they'll be floundering and then all of a sudden they come up with the answer straight out of left field. When that happens, I'll quietly get rid of them."
Fortunately, it's not a big problem.
Not sure about that. Just last night Tones asked who directed Raging Bull, only for the caller to umm-umm-brainstrust it before bumbling "Martin, ummm, Sorcers?" TD passed it without a pause. Stand-in host Rod Quinn would have come straight out and said "No Googling; you're out." Rod's feisty. Tones, HTFU.
Tones recently had a lash at the cheats, calling them pathetic and sad for scumming to win no more than a book or a DVD. But there are a lot of low-rent dead-shits out there, so the issue won't go away soon.