First broadcast: Friday 29th October 2010
In the first episode, we discover Stephen has been approached to release an album. We also meet Frank, a no-nonsense security guard, and Stephen takes a look at both Nigerian and Australian television. With guest stand-up Tom Allen and music from Lucy Montgomery.
First broadcast: Friday 5th November 2010
This week we meet stunt man extraordinaire Paul Hammer, who chats with Hollywood legend Warwick Davis. An unsuspecting member of the audience participates in a mock breakfast TV show and Stephen makes his weekly phone call to his mother, Buki. With stand-up from Arnab Chanda and music from Jesse Griffin.
First broadcast: Friday 12th November 2010
This week Stephen gets "Branded" as he becomes the face of some rather unusual products. His mother, Buki, lands a job as a nude model and Stephen shares his opinion on budget airlines. Plus special guests Miss London and Irish comedy rap duo, Abandoman.
First broadcast: Friday 26th November 2010
This week pop superstar Robbie Williams reveals his long-standing professional relationship with stunt man Paul Hammer (Stephen K Amos): Stephen's cousin Kunle makes a surprise appearance and Stephen shares his views on West End talent shows. With guests Nick Mohammed and Isy Suttie.
First broadcast: Friday 10th December 2010
In this week's final instalment, Stephen is "Spotted" in a number of compromising situations by the paparazzi. His competitive Aunt Maude makes a surprise appearance and stunt man Paul Hammer meets Little Britain stars Matt Lucas and David Walliams, and TV legend Sir Michael Parkinson. With stand-up from Marlon Davis and music from Isy Suttie.