First Broadcast: Tue 7th July 2009
Charlie Brooker asks Richard Herring, Rufus Hound and Jamelia to look at The One Show and oddball American 'documentary' show Deadliest Warrior which, in all seriousness, tries to use scientific methods to answer questions like: who would win in a fight between the IRA and Al Qaeda.
First Broadcast: Tue 14th July 2009
Charlie offers his unique interpretation on last week's TV, including ITN's coverage of Michael Jackson's death, Torchwood, and One and Other, the 4th Plinth art project. Tonight's guests are Frank Skinner, Josie Long and Grace Dent.
First Broadcast: Tue 21st July 2009
Charlie offers his unique interpretation on the curious, wonderful and often inglorious world of television, with the help of guests Reece Shearsmith, Sarah Millican and Frankie Boyle. In TV Club, Charlie and his guests will be talking about the C4 documentary Inside Nature's Giants.
First Broadcast: Tue 28th July 2009
Guests Frankie Boyle, Josie Long and Richard Bacon discuss My Life as an Animal, The Jeremy Kyle Show and American plastic surgery reality series The Swan.
First Broadcast: Tue 4th August 2009
Martin Freeman, Reginald D Hunter and Liza Tarbuck join Charlie Brooker to discuss Casulty, Young Dumb and Living Off Mum, Bear Grylls: Born Survivor and the mental Iron Chef America.
First Broadcast: Tue 11th August 2009
Charlie Brooker asks Frankie Boyle, Germaine Greer and Frank Skinner to watch various international versions of Deal or No Deal; Dragon's Den & Dog the Bounty Hunter.
First Broadcast: Tue 18th August 2009
This week's guests are David Mitchell, Ben Miller and Holly Walsh. The TV Club show is Desperate Romantics and Charlie asks the guests to also watch Total Wipeout and Christian superhero preaching programme Bible Man.
First Broadcast: Tue 25th August 2009
Phill Jupitus, Victoria Coren and Jack Whitehall look back at TV shows from the 1990s, including You Bet, Ring My Bell and some saucy sex-filled TV dramas.
First Broadcast: Thu 15th April 2010
Joining Charlie Brooker are David Baddiel, Liza Tarbuck and Kevin Bridges. The shows the panel look at include Dr Who, various cookery programmes and the gory Spartacus: Blood and Sand.
First Broadcast: Thu 22nd April 2010
Jason Manford, Sharon Horgan and Robert Webb join Charlie Brooker to talk about ITV gameshow The Door, America's Next Top Model, How Not To Die and 1000 Ways To Die.
First Broadcast: Thu 29th April 2010
Charlie invites Rufus Hound, Lauren Laverne and Chris Addison to join him in watching Over The Rainbow, Eyewitness, a trailer for The Human Centipede, and more.
First Broadcast: Thu 6th May 2010
Guests Robert Webb, Sharon Horgan and Peter Serafinowicz join Charlie Brooker as part of Channel 4's Alternative Election Night to discuss the political-related TV shows that have been on over the last few weeks, including the leadership debates.
First Broadcast: Thu 13th May 2010
This week Charlie Brooker is joined by David Mitchell, Victoria Coren and Andy Nyman. It's a "Bastards Special".
First Broadcast: Thu 20th May 2010
Reginald D Hunter, Sarah Millican and Peter Serafinowicz look at Junior Apprentice, weight loss shows, and more.
First Broadcast: Thu 27th May 2010
Chris Addison, Mark Watson and Holly Walsh join Charlie for a Kids' TV Special. Yo Gabba Gabba, Hannah Montana and Pipkins are amongst the shows analysed.
First Broadcast: Thu 5th August 2010
Charlie Brooker hosts the final show in the current series of the corrosive comedy quiz, and this time he is joined by Armando Iannucci, Josie Long and Rufus Hound for a Crime Special.