Karl ruminates on the insect world; Stephen recalls the horrors of buying condoms.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl ponder the problem of overzealous sports fan; Karl shares his saliva-volume test.
Karl interprets the meaning of wartime sayings and imagines a scenario in which he is the wife of a GI.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl discuss the laws of society and civil rights.
Karl contemplates the beginnings of the universe, evolution, recycling and toilets abroad.
Karl shares his thoughts on medical advancements, being sick and his idea for a new machine for doctors.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl discuss capital punishment, the ten commandments and hostage negotiation.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl take turns describing the quintessential Englishman, and Karl explains why, if he could be any nationality other than English, he'd choose to be Italian.
After Karl insists that he is really a happy-go-lucky guy at heart, spending most of his time home alone doing DIY projects, Ricky and Stephen ask Karl to take them through the ins and outs of a typical day in his life.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl discuss what things Karl would banish from the world and what item he would take if stranded on an island.