First broadcast: Friday 25th July 2008
The sketches in this week's show include Daily Mail DVD giveaways that reveal the screen-tests of Bruce Forsyth in The Shining and Al Pacino's take on Superman; the American remake of Countdown with a bikini-clad Carol; the new single, Legalize, from STD Kelly; and Sienna Miller's new perfume Publicity.
First broadcast: Friday 1st August 2008
The sketches in this week's show include The First of the Mohicans, Grange Hill USA, Richard Branson as The Secret Millionaire and Free DVD offer 'Real life remakes of Mrs Doubtfire, The Godfather and the Italian Job'. The characters explored also include Ross Kemp, Gordon Ramsay, Justin Lee Collins and Harry Potter (during his 'difficult puberty' phase).
First broadcast: Friday 8th August 2008
Sketches in this week's show include Amy Winehouse's new Bond theme The Booze Is Not Enough, the Helium Channel, and the classic comedy catchphrases that are no longer socially acceptable. Characters explored include sex-mad Colin Farrell and Gordon Ramsay - he has feelings too - and the trailer for Die Hard 5 with Bruce Forsyth.
First broadcast: Friday 15th August 2008
The sketches in this week's show include a Sugababes homage, Jack the Let Ripper, the infamous murderer who suffers a slight flatulence problem, When Harry Potter met Sally and The O.C.D.O.C. in which Ryan and Marissa are meant for each other but something always seems to get in the way, like washing your hands seven times, or an undone shoelace. David Attenborough, Bill Oddie and David Starkey also get the Kevin Bishop treatment in this episode.
First broadcast: Friday 22nd August 2008
This week's show includes a US remake of All Creatures Great and Small, and joins Colin Farrell on set in his constant quest to get his end away. Radiohead cheer up a bit and sing some happy songs, and Sir David Attenborough, Rick Stein and Bob Geldof all get the Kevin Bishop treatment.
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Release date: Monday 10th August 2009
New ultra-fast sketch comedy from the talented Star Stories comedian Kevin Bishop. The Kevin Bishop Show takes great pleasure in taking the proverbial out of all things 'celebrity'. With over 40 sketches in each 30 minute show it's a roller-coaster ride of laughs!