Monkey news–monkey astronaut made a NASA trainer, then a colonel, got a pension, an’ that. Karl’s 30th birthday on Monday leads him to think about the best thing he’s ever done. Stephen has overheard some people slagging off Ricky in public, and Karl believes in ghosts of women seeing ghosts of themselves. Karl laughs on air. No more cheeky freak of the week is this week’s Songs of Phrase. Ricky talks about his boxing. Ricky and Steve demonstrate how gullible Karl is when reading internet material.
Ricky’s got a hangover, and the second week of Rockbusters. Ricky and Steve discuss Karl being labelled a genius in Heat Magazine. Karl’s been off ill – much to Ricky’s disgust – a new feature is born and tension between Karl and Stephen comes to a head. MTV have offered Karl the opportunity to record a screen test but he’s reluctant. Karl’s kitchen re-doing, Steve’s big feet. Ricky and Steve pre-record their intros to all the links. Karl gets a kiss from Steve on the head. Educating Ricky Episode 8 completes the show.
Medical, zoo, charity, and taxi drivers talk. Ricky and Steve discuss Karl being labelled a genius in Heat Magazine. Karl interviews a woman who claims to have a ghost living in her house in a feature epsode ‘Pilkington’. Hankies in back pockets, Karl has the research.
Ricky and Steve are astounded to learn that Karl bought his girlfriend an industrial-sized box of condoms for Christmas.
Ricky explains how Jonathan Ross sees him as “a predatory gay”. Springsteen has an armpit fetish? Vowing to improve the show after last week’s Sony failure, Ricky consults Dr.
Of course it was possible–the car was an automatic. Ricky, Karl and Steve break the law on-air for the first time as Karl gets curious about the extent of Derren Brown’s powers.
Ricky is incensed that the show didn’t win any Sony Awards and gives Karl money to perform degrading, homoerotic tasks. Karl introduces the new feature Educating Ricky and it’s the very first week of Rockbusters. Karl is back, bringing Rockbusters with him, and Ricky invents some new characters to liven up the show. Fox and attempts to interact with the listeners. Karl’s been off ill – much to Ricky’s disgust – a new feature is born and tension between Karl and Stephen comes to a head.
Educating Ricky has its second installment. Karl’s not buying his girlfriend Suzanne anything for Christmas because he’s taking her out for dinner. Xfm Series 2 ran from August to August MTV have offered Karl the opportunity to record a screen test but he’s reluctant.
Cheeky Freak of the Week–Lobsterman and the Siamese twins who got run over “why didn’t he just look both ways? Ricky and Steve demonstrate how gullible Karl is when reading internet material.
Ricky and Steve interview Karl to re-introduce him to the listening public. Ricky’s got a hangover, and the second week of Rockbusters.
Ricky and Steve filming The Office Specials in the interim. Karl’s now-famous utterances “I typed ‘why’ into the search engine to try and confuse the computer” along with “you never see an old man ‘avin’ a Twix” are in THIS show. Stephen has overheard some people slagging off Ricky in public, and Karl believes in ghosts of women seeing ghosts of themselves. Karl gets annoyed that Ricky can’t record links for next week’s ‘Best Of’ gervaiz because he must leave immediately after the show to go on holiday.
Karl going on Holiday epksode Cornwall this coming weekanxious about going to Monkey World–twice. Karl also suggestions for radio quizzes including ‘Strike it Ricky’ and ‘Big Mother’ in which listeners would win a Seazon if they had a heavy mother. Claire Sturgess stands in for a sick Karl.
No show for two weeks” or something to that effect. Shaving one’s arse, feeling testicles, owl on a desk, Maggie the Magpie, “do you know the way to Camden? This time, it’s Hastings. Claire Sturgess stands in for Karl, as his girlfriend Suzanne has taken him to the Canary Islands for his episore. Karl gets all three ‘educating’ stories in back-to-back.
Rockbusters goes down a storm, and we get the 6th installment the longest thus far at about 22 minutes total of Educating Ricky. Another ‘Best of’ compilation. Karl recaps holiday in Hastings and specialty shops. Ricky and Steve pre-record their intros to all the links.
Ricky and Steve start giving out digits of Karl’s phone number, and eventually manage to get him on the phone. No more cheeky freak of the week is this week’s Songs of Phrase. Monkey News–monkey prison in India. Steve runs to the local McDonald’s to fetch 5 hamburgers for Karl to stuff in his mouth in an attempt to break a world record. Cock soup and hermaphrodites. Educating Ricky has its fifth installment. Karl got a message from someone wanting Steve to do voiceover work–“money for old rope”–but didn’t pass it on to Steve until a week later.
Karl gets a kiss from Steve on the head. The debut of Karl in a Film. After failing miserably at that, Karl eats 62 grapes in three minutes; 71 shy of the record. A ‘Best of’ compilation. Karl explains how to escape from anacondas.
Educating Ricky ricyk back for its fourth installment. Karl starts a competition he calls ‘What’s The Song? Karl getting ready to go on holiday again. Karl slags off clairvoyants, Ricky slags off God and Stephen slags off Karl then punches him in the arm.
Educating Ricky Episode 8 completes the show.
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