The hustlers employ a cunning blackjack technique, Jess uses her charms to win some money in a game of pool, and the team show how pickpockets operate.
7.30 The hustlers talk a couple of slot players out of their winnings and buy a$2,000 home cinema system for only$270 - all in the aid of making the public more vigilant.
3/10. Robert Alleyne gets to grips with a miniature schnauzer terrorising a ten-year-old, while Lynne Davies tackles a boxer with a love of Italian home cooking. Mic Martin tries to tame Kujo and Bentley, an akita and a doberman with behavioural problems.
A countdown of the 100 most irritating tracks that have stormed the pop charts, featuring the catchiest tunes on record and the victims of over-exposure. Including number ones by Bryan Adams , Chumbawamba and Whitney Houston.
Series four. Brian has a brush with death when Peter runs him over, but cheers himself up by performing gigs with guest star Frank Sinatra Jr. Meanwhile, Meg finally finds someone who accepts her when she becomes acquainted with a lesbian.
11.55 A chance encounter with Tom Brady at his high-school reunion lands Peter a place on the New England Patriots team. Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a sports bookie.
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