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The anniversary quiz wrapped up the 25th anniversary season. Each weekend, a Dutch celebrity would visit the street to take place in the framing street stories and read a story in the end.
Tommie, Ieniemienie and Pino compete against each other to win a Golden Video Tape, with Lot as the game show host. Spoofing the Dutch gameshow "Kopspijkers" (where contestants have to hit a nail with a hammer after each right answer), the three friends have to answer trivia questions about the visitors from the previous season.
The game show ends as a tie, and the three contestants decide to watch the Golden Video Tape together: it contains the 25th anniversary special, Het Ei.
- Wim Kok (Prime Minister)
- Freek de Jonge (cabaretier)
- Ruud Gullit (soccer player)
- Andre van Duin (comedian)
- Mary Dresselhuijs (actress)
- Emmy Verhey (violinist)
- Gerard Spong (lawyer)
- Arnold Heertje (economist)
- Cor Bakker (pianist)
- Ilse de Lange (singer)
- Kees van Kooten (actor/writer)
- Remco Campert (writer)
- Brigitte Kaandorp (cabaretier)
- Henny Vrienten (songwriter/singer)
- Adele Bloemendaal (actress)
- Anton Geesink (judoka)
- Denise Jannah (jazz singer)
- Sonja Barend (talk show host)
- Aldith Hunkar (newscast for the Youth News)
- Wim T. Schippers (artist and voice of Ernie/Kermit/the Count)
- Job Cohen (Mayor of Amsterdam)
- Paul Huf (photographer)
- Jet Boeke (writer/illustrator of the Dikkie Dik books)
- The winner of the Reading Out Loud Championship
- Jard van Nes (classical soprano)