Series 3 (2010)
First Broadcast: Tue 2nd February 2010
John Sergeant returns with more humorously heated debates. Johnny Vegas and Chris Addison join Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound to ask such questions as, "should we be scared of teenagers?"
First Broadcast: Tue 9th February 2010
John Sergeant, Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound are joined by Jimmy Carr and Sarah Millican. Arguments include whether a threesome is better in the imagination than in real life.
First Broadcast: Tue 16th February 2010
This week, Marcus Brigstocke is joined by Mark Watson, while Rufus Hound is teamed with Jack Whitehall and his low-slung trousers.
First Broadcast: Tue 23rd February 2010
Locking horns on the lively debate show here are regulars Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound plus guests Sean Lock and Stephen K Amos. Should real life be more like EastEnders?
First Broadcast: Tue 2nd March 2010
Dynamic debating courtesy of team captains Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound along with their guest panellists. Here, chair John Sergeant welcomes Katy Brand and Mark Watson.
First Broadcast: Tue 9th March 2010
Comedy royalty Sean Lock and Dom Joly join host John 'the Sarge' Sergeant in the humorously heated debate show. Arguments include: 'Facebook friends are not real friends'.
First Broadcast: Tue 28th September 2010
Dave's very own comedy debating show returns for the second part of its third series. This episode features guests Jimmy Carr and Will Smith. Jimmy argues that kids working in sweatshops is a good thing, and the panel debate Derek Acorah.
First Broadcast: Tue 5th October 2010
This week, Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound team up with Katy Brand and Chris Addison to argue the toss over issues such MP's wages and whether all car exhausts should be fitted with trumpets.
First Broadcast: Tue 12th October 2010
Regulars Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound welcome guests Jack Whitehall and Stephen K Amos to the panel game.
First Broadcast: Tue 19th October 2010
John Sergeant welcomes guests Ben Miller and Sean Lock. Do transvestites make convincing women?
First Broadcast: Tue 26th October 2010
With guests Richard Herring and Stephen Mangan.
First Broadcast: Tue 2nd November 2010
With guests Sarah Millican and Sean Lock.
First Broadcast: Tue 9th November 2010
Special edition showing highlights from the third series of outrageous comedy debates. Guests keeping chair John Sergeant on his toes include Jimmy Carr and Stephen K Amos.