The Ricky Gervais Guide to... NATURAL HISTORY

  • by Ricky Gervais, Steve Merchant, & Karl Pilkington
  • Narrated by Ricky Gervais, Steve Merchant, & Karl Pilkington
  • 0 hrs and 47 mins
  • Performance

Publisher's Summary

This is the second in a new series of definitive discourses exploring the diversity of human enterprise.As always, Ricky Gervais and Steve Merchant are joined by shaven simian Karl Pilkington.In this episode, NATURAL HISTORY, we explore the awesome beauty inherent in the natural world. Drawing on observations by eminent biologists, from Thomas Huxley to Charles Darwin to Richard Dawkins, Ricky Steve and Karl offer their usual benighted summation.Areas of discussion include: The heuristic potential of flora and fauna; Karl is impressed by a new motoring accessory; Seashores to semiconductors; Gene genius; Monkey thumping; Karl's instinct for extinction; Self-improvement a la Frankenstein; Dodos - a dead delicacy?; Aurally challenged alligators, hedonistic rodents and horse-biting ranidae; Genital aesthetics - Karl talks bollocks.


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Stupid funny!!!

This series of discussions makes me laugh out loud no matter where I am. I sometimes feel a little sorry for Karl, but he holds his own for the most part. While he's a little out there, I sometimes find myself thinking, wow, what an interesting way to look at things. I'm sure this series was put together to share Karl's strange take on life with the rest of the world, but I feel that Ricky sometimes forgets that. He often verbally attacks Karl for being an idiot. But Steve brings balance to the situation by insisting that he is interested to hear what Karl has to say. I love the dynamic between the three of them.
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- january

Waste of Time and Money

Do you have a friend that laughs at his own unfunny jokes? This is like spending an hour with three of those guys. There is nothing insightful or funny about the takes on natural history.
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- Diego V

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-20-2009
  • Publisher: Glyn Hughes