New. 2/2. Profiles of celebrities whose relationships have come under the media spotlight, including Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, and ex-lovers Lembit Opik and Cheeky Girl Gabriella Irimia, with a humorous look at why so many people become obsessed with the ups and downs of the stars' romances.
Series three. A Jewish accountant recovers the money Peter was conned into spending on volcano insurance. Peter then decides that Chris would be cleverer if he converted to Judaism and drives him to Las Vegas for a quick bar mitzvah.
11.55 Series four. Peter and Lois go on a second honeymoon in an attempt to put the spark back into their marriage, but run into an angry Mel Gibson near Mount Rushmore.
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