Ricky Gervais podcast

The Ricky Gervais podcast is very funny IF you're into weird, mindless and quite pointless ramblings of some funny people. What's it all about, good question, what IS it all about - here's what they say on the Guardian Web:
Week three hears Ricky Gervais and Steve Merchant elicit another half-hour of hollow discourse as they continue the vain search for intelligent thought within the brain cells that constitute the perplexing existence of Karl Pilkington.

Listen whenever and wherever you want as these weekly half-hour shows are offered as handy iPod-friendly digital files for up to four weeks after they're first posted.

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Episode 3 December 19 2005
In which Ricky, Steve and Karl discuss...
depraved primates with a penchant for privates; celebrities and their jungle snacks; monkeys, mammaries and labour - relations; population control, Darwininan evolution and how Karl thinks we can go one better; adolescent fashion-anger and the exhibitionism inherent in transporting domestic purchases.
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Episode 2 December 12 2005
In which Ricky, Steve and Karl discuss...
little people tormenting big cats and the market-testing of a Serbian sex machine. Karl muses on the blight of the charity mugger and the greater blight of talkative vagrants. There's an exposé of nudists' foibles, a discussion on erotic paraphernalia of the classic period and, as ever, more monkey news.
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Episode 1 December 5 2005
In which Ricky, Steve and Karl discuss ...
the pros and cons of technological invention, leading on to Karl's Malthusian concerns and a possible solution. There's a digression into the extra sensory perception of early hominids. Oh, and some Monkey News of course. Plus strange tales about lethal drinking vessels and stately homes.
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'We like bullying Karl'
Ricky, Steve and Karl agreed to answer your questions on the blog. So what did they have to say for themselves?

Hat tip to Chris at NZBC

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