Making sure your family is eating enough cat; Sherlock Holmes.
A modern-day Cyrano de Bergerac; an in-depth documentary about documentaries.
A chef travels the world in a balloon; how the Ku Klux Klan really got their name.
Domestic jetpack; an actor argues with his moustache.
A very tiny office; Late Night Dog Poker.
David and Robert find a new way to spot the emotional subtext in TV dramas.
Alcoholic bed and breakfast stay; Numberwang.
Garden airport; holy hermit hates guests.
A sick person makes some unreasonable last requests; post-apocalyptic game show.
Painfully honest best man speech; James Bond plays guess the weight of the cake; Sir Digby Chicken Caesar.
Captain Todger, the world's least politically correct superhero; the early years of Ted and Peter; the snooker commentators.
Post apocalyptic game show; a doorbell that uses a dog and a canon; Santa's no good brother turns up at the North Pole.
Post-apocalyptic game show; a doorbell that uses a dog and a canon; Santa's no-good brother turns up at the North Pole.
The Helivets battle to save a dead fish's life; a directors explains to an actor why he needs to be nude; the flea market is selling the Holy Grail for a fiver.
An actor gets naked; birthday cake for a horse.
A couple finds an antique wardrobe that is a gateway to Narnia; Sir Digby and Ginger may have been told by the Queen to steal pills from the hospital.
The first daytime talk show; Flamingo World.
A farmer tries to break down his horse's reserve with a song; something sinister might be going on at Flamingo World.
A farmer tries to teach his horse French; new reality show.
The lazy TV writers write a movie about cricket; a robotics wizard and gourmet chef's life is torn apart when he loses the power of smell.
A villain is worried about safety; a historian is unable to control his arms.
A history presenter's hand gestures threaten to upstage the story of the Battle of Britain; a courtroom drama about a legal genius with a limp; a board game based on Numberwang.
Two pink-jumpsuit-clad heroes will save any pet in peril; a drunk super-sleuth, Sir Digby Chicken Caesar, has a crime to crack; "The Numberwang Code."
Stone Age detectives try to solve the murder of a caveman; a TV historian makes learning fun; Sir Digby and Ginger break out of jail; Wordwang.
Sir Digby ends up in prison; the words to "Lady in Red" are revealed.
A man is kidnapped by the native tribe which lives among a garden's ornamental grasses; the Snooker Commentators discuss homosexuality; German Numberwang.
Swim with a shark; a lost tribe lives in a suburban garden center.
A dinner guest uses chloroform to deal with boring conversation; a pediatric specialist and an ice cream taster compare their long days.
New medical technique; win a yacht; jump off a cliff.
A real estate agent shows an unusual property; a vicar banishes unworthy parishioners; mysterious stranger reveals a magic green clarinet.
Revealing embarrassing truths; Sir Digby and Ginger.
A super-villain uses evil euphemisms; two British actors are unable to keep their rivalry from coming across on screen; a heroin addict's Christmas.
Snooker commentary; man who moves biscuits with his mind.
Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit take on kidnappers and a drug cartel; a makeover for a woman wearing a burka; the game show 'Numberwang.'
Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit; Numberwang; anxious Nazis.