Ricky Gervais Show: Season 3, Episode 2

Length: 34 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (168 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Episode 2 in the third series of The Ricky Gervais Show, in which Ricky Gervais and Steve Merchant carry out a post-operative examination of Karl Pilkington.

In this episode: Karl's kidneys necessitate an unexpected visit to casualty; whilst laid up, Karl contemplates the mating habits of stick insects; the problem with fables; Karl's instinct for self-preservation; Karl's Diary: brown sauce, giant wasp, wallpapering, and a poem.

Warning: Contains Explicit Language
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"If Mr. Gervais made only podcasts for the rest of his career, I'd keep downloading." (The New York Times)

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  • Richard
  • 07-08-09

Possibly the weakest episode

Karl Pilkington is obviously preoccupied during the recording of this particular episode. Great in parts but not near their best. Can't complain as the rest of this series certainly makes up for it.