Off-beat comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. An actor gets naked for the sake of his art. A horse has a birthday, but won't try the cake. There's a sexy scarecrow and a maths-crazed robot trying to take over the world. Why has the UN decided unanimously to declare war on Bill Oddie?
- The Identity Killer
- Helivets: Goldfish
- The Identity Killer: Part II
- The Bath Scene
- The War on Bill Oddie
- The Bath Scene: Part II
- Farmer and Horse: Birthday
- Colin and Ray: Football
- Boot Sale: Holy Grail
- Behind the Scenes: David's Wig
- The History of Numberwang!
| || The Identity Killer|
Runner: The police have trouble dealing with a criminal in spite of the frequency with which he reveals his identity.
| Helivets: Goldfish|
Recurring: The Helivets try to save a goldfish.
| || Scarecrow|
A man struggles to compete with an enchanted scarecrow on a dinner date.
| The Identity Killer: Part II|
Runner: Even with the killer in the room, the police can't seem to put the pieces together.
| || The Bath Scene|
Runner: A director discusses a film's nudity while an actor searches for reassurance.
| The War on Bill Oddie|
Tired of the war on terrorism, the UN declares a war on Bill Oddie to bring the world together towards a more achievable cause.
| || The Bath Scene: Part II|
Runner: The director runs through several drastic changes to shooting his film.
| Farmer and Horse: Birthday|
Recurring: A farmer tries to get his horse to give a speech for his birthday.
| || Colin and Ray: Football|
Recurring: Ray gets in a fight with Colin about the concept of using "we" to describe his relationship to his hometeam.
| Boot Sale: Holy Grail|
Recurring: A man discovers the Holy Grail at a boot sale.
| Behind the Scenes: David's Wig|
David wants to make sure nobody knows that he's actually bald.
| || The History of Numberwang!|
Recurring: Sir Kim Bassinger walks us through the comprehensive history of Numberwang!, featuring Colosson, the Numberwang-computing robot.