Series 2, Episode 29 - Journey Into Fuzzypeg
Lil Sue asks Dave to 'pet sit' her flea Mr Grumps - when Fuzzypeg, the Spud family dog, eats the little fella, Dave must launch a rescue mission. Will he and the rest of the Spuds reach Mr Grumps before he is dissolved like food inside Fuzzypeg's tummy?
Series 2, Episode 30 - Top Town Of The North
Dave has a bad day and tells a news reporter that Grimsby is rubbish - when his words are aired on the news, his whole seaside town turns against him. With the help of his friends and a rogue fox, Dave attempts to make amends by shooting a film about all of the great things that Grimsby has to offer.
Series 3, Episode 1 - Art
Rob and Romesh are delving into the world of art. Romesh will be taking Rob to his first ever art gallery, before they head to a top art school to learn different disciplines. The show culminates with each of them having to present an exhibition, in front of a crowd of art fans, at the world famous Saatchi Gallery.
Series 4, Episode 4 - It's Only Rock And Roll
Rodney's joined a band (on drums), and really believes that they could be the next big thing. Del's not so convinced, but, spying an opportunity to make a few bob, offers to act as their manager. Their first gig doesn't go well at all, but which one of the brothers will be proved right?
Series 2, Episode 6 - More Questions Than Answers
Llewellyn has been forced to employ teachers over the summer as casual labour but even they can't help the fact that his farm is running at a massive deficit. With Boycie's farm doing well, Llewellyn challenges him to a pub quiz in the hope of winning £5,000.
Series 1, Episode 3 - Woods
While going through the rigmarole of digging a shallow grave, Jamie tells Fran she's thinking of having a baby. While Fran questions the wisdom of this life choice, the grave's intended resident does a runner into the woods, forcing a tetchy Fran and Jamie to pursue him.
Series 8, Episode 6 - Rock 'n' Roll Umlaut
One of the secrets to the Taskmaster's successful reign of tyranny is that he's ruthlessly unpredictable which means things can change very, very quickly in this game. Alex Horne takes scrupulous notes as Paul Sinha squats in a telephone box and Iain Stirling stakes his claim for the Scottish national football team.