Follows Ricky Gervais as he gives his take on the rules of comedy, spoiling his cat and debunks the supernatural, concluding that actual nature is super enough.
An interview with a sick child hits Tony hard. Later, he makes a decision about Lisa’s insurance money and joins his friends at the town fair.
Anne gives Tony some advice on moving forward, Emma crosses paths with an old friend, Matt suffers a health scare, and James stands up for himself.
Matt searches for a sport at which he can beat Tony, Lenny asks Tony to be his best man, and Kath has dinner with a persnickety teacher.
Tony takes a trip with Matt to honor his father. James has second thoughts about his new living arrangements. Tony helps Kath score a date.
The Tambury Gazette welcomes a gloomy new staffer. Meanwhile, Kath visits a psychic, and a restless James makes plans for his future.
Tony, who continues to keep Emma at arm’s length, reluctantly agrees to go to Matt’s house for a round of drinks. Brian bumps into a familiar face.
A camera crew catches up with David Brent, the former star of the fictional British TV series The Office (2001), as he now fancies himself a rock star on the road.
Ricky Gervais makes observations and true statements about deeply troubling and ‘taboo’ issues and we laugh because we can’t believe he has the balls to tell the truth.
Transcript of Ricky Gervais opening monologue from the 2011 Golden Globe Awards
‘I’m going to be nice tonight,’ the comedian promised the assembled Hollywood luminaries – a promise that expired approximately once sentence later.
A compilation for the rejection of the culture of offense. Featuring Christopher Hitchens, Stephen Fry, Penn Jillette, Louis C.K. and Jim Norton, Richard Dawkins, Peter Hitchens, Steve Hughes, Big Jay Oakerson, Ricky Gervais, Salman Rushdie
Ricky Gervais Live IV Science or the way things worked before we invented God. The fourth live smash hit stand up show from Ricky Gervais, following his complete sell out tour – filmed live at London’s Hammersmith HMV Apollo
“The Hollywood Foreign Press have warned me that if I insult any of you, or any of them, or offend any viewers, or cause any controversy whatsoever, they’ll definitely invite me back next year.”
Ricky Gervais examines his own ability to generate controversy in a new Netflix special
Starting out at the Houses of Parliament, Ricky Gervais shows how politics are all around us even demonstrating on a passing disabled man. This trend continues once he is onstage and he covers all sorts of topics with a vague connection to politics and daily life.
Full transcript of HBO stand-up special ‘Ricky Gervais: Out of England 2’. Recorded before a live audience at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago