The Ricky Gervais Show Episode Guides
Ricky, Stephen and Karl discuss Karl's theory on how museums procure items for their collections (stealing), his invention for a special mug coaster, and his disappointment that the pocket tie never caught on. Also, Karl pitches his new idea for a film about a man whose brain is transplanted into Tom Cruise's body.
Karl discusses why he believes a will is a form of charity, and how his attorney suggested he marry his girlfriend for tax purposes. After Stephen recalls being the only kid in his school to dress in a costume for Comic Relief Day, Karl shares his idea that there should be one, and only one, charitable cause per year.
Karl explains why he would have liked to join the Army and recounts his most harrowing acts of bravery.
Ricky suggests they play "Room 102," a take on George Orwell's Room 101 from "1984," and asks Karl what he would banish to Room 102 forever. Also, Karl shares his idea for keeping overweight people from eating in the middle of the night, and chooses the one item he would take with him if stranded on a desert island.
After Karl insists that he is really a happy-go-lucky guy at heart, spending most of his time home alone on DIY projects, Ricky and Stephen ask him to take them through a typical day in his life.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl take turns describing the quintessential Englishman, and Karl explains why, if he could be any nationality other than English, he'd choose to be Italian.
Law & Order
Ricky, Stephen and Karl discuss capital punishment, the Ten Commandments and hostage negotiation.
Karl shares his thoughts on medical advancements, how being sick makes him feel better, and his idea for a machine that would allow doctors to feel their patients' pain.
Karl contemplates the beginnings of the Universe, evolution, recycling and toilets abroad.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl discuss the laws of society and civil rights.
Karl interprets the meaning of wartime sayings and imagines a scenario in which his is the wife of a GI.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl ponder the problem of overzealous sports fans; Karl shares his saliva-volume test.
When asked about his highlight of the past year, Karl describes an insect that ate a crumb from his biscuit, which leads into a discussion of Karl's observations on the insect world. Stephen recounts the embarrassment of buying condoms and reads selections from Karl's Diary, which includes Karl's thoughts on avocado-cutting injuries, dating identical twins and a recent visit to his parents' house.
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