Karl's in for some dog sledding, a meeting with Innuits and a visit to the North Pole. He then learns that Ricky and Steve have stuck him on a deep sea fishing trawler.
Karl heads off to Australia to tick off the classic thing to do before you die - 'Swimming with Dolphins'. Before he even touches soil in Oz, Ricky and Steve have planned a little stopover in Thailand.
Rick and Fred are best friends, each married many years. When the guys shows signs of restlessness with their home life, their wives help to revitalising their respective marriages: granting them a 'hall pass', one week of freedom to do whatever they please, no questions asked. It could be dreams come true, or the single life may not be what they're expecting.
Karl's hoping for luxury but Ricky and Steve have other ideas, including an intense Russian steam room rubdown, a stop at a dwarf village, and being buried alive.
Krystal Stubbs doubles down on her husband's dreams while he wrestles with leaving his J-O-B. Meanwhile, Cody loses a friend, but meets his hero.
Karl's first 'to do' is a night on a desert island in Vanuatu. Sounds nice enough. Oh, and then there's bungee jumps, some quality time with a Prince Phillip-worshipping tribe and more.
Karl Pilkington finally returns home after seeing the 'Seven Wonders of the World'. Back in Britain, he's quizzed about his travels abroad by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
An art curator decides to seek revenge on his abusive boss by conning him into buying a fake Monet, but his plan requires the help of an eccentric and unpredictable Texas rodeo queen.
Karl visits Peru to see his final wonder of the world: Machu Picchu. Before that he mixes with a local tribe that used to be cannibals and then goes on a gruelling hike 8000 feet above sea level.
Jocelyn is a successful businessman, a ladies' man and inveterate liar. Fed up with himself, he seduces a pretty young woman in spite of himself by passing himself off as a paraplegic. Until one day she introduces him to her sister, who actually is handicapped.
Given one weekend to clean out their childhood bedroom before their parents sell their home, two sisters throw one last party.
Susan Cooper is an unassuming, desk-bound CIA analyst, until her secret agent partner falls off the grid and she volunteers to go deep undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer.
Married couple Pete and Debbie are turning 40. But instead of celebrating, they're mired in a mid-life crisis with unruly kids, debt and unhappiness mounting as they try to navigate life at a new age.
Karl goes on a trip to Egypt to see the Great Pyramids. He tries out a traditional Egyptian outfit, experiences Cairo night life, and comes across a restaurant whose staff are all deaf.
Karl goes to see Chichen Itza in Mexico. Arriving in the middle of the Easter celebrations, Karl witnesses a crucifixion, is forced to do Mexican wrestling, and learn cowboy skills.
As the Garbeau and Bridges factions of FAM prepare to jointly celebrate their 37th anniversary with a charity telethon benefitting the FAM Orphan Fund, Buck Bridges lures Krystal to a phony job interview to discuss his next move against Obie. Because Krystal has access to Paradise Cay, Buck asks her to find an incriminating audiotape of Obie from 1978.
French comedic genius Jacques Tati introduced his famous character Monsieur Hulot in this 1953 classic. Clumsy, pipe-smoking Hulot joins the ranks of the wealthy middle class on holiday by the French seaside. In French.
Having learned that Obie is planning to buy Rebel Rapids, Krystal begs Stan to look for another buyer who's willing to keep her on as manager. While Krystal hopes to extract some details about the sale, Cody remains quiet and reveals that he and Penland are going to disrupt Pat Stanley's rally for the Buck Bridges branch of FAM.
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