QI, standing for Quite Interesting and a play on IQ, is a comedy panel game television show hosted by Stephen Fry and shown on BBC Two and BBC Four, with older, syndicated episodes shown on UKTV G2 (now Dave). QI is one of the most successful shows shown on its channel: having the highest ratings of any show on BBC Four. It is distinguished by the awarding of points not necessarily for the correct answer, but rather, for an interesting one. Many of the questions and answers are extremely obscure. Points are deducted from a panellist who gives an obvious but wrong (that is to say, boring or conventional) answer, typically one that is generally accepted as true but is, in fact, false. It is therefore possible (and quite likely) that a panellist will have a negative point score at the end of the game. In the words of the QI website, regular panellist "Alan Davies has turned this aspect of the game into somewhat of an art form."