2/6; series five. Jay Hunt and Benjamin Fry help image-obsessed Matthew, whose shopping habit has left him with wardrobes full of unworn clothes, a garage of unused sports equipment and debts of £55,000.
New. 6/8. The athletes arrive in the Trobriand Islands, near Papua New Guinea, to play cricket as part of a festival, but find the local version includes the use of magic and a level of intimidation that would shock the Australian team. See panel.
New. 9/18; series six. Brian sells Stewie's favourite teddy bear when the Griffins have a yard sale.
10.50 New. 10/18. Peter heads to Ireland to find his real father when he discovers
Francis isn't his dad.
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