4/10; series two. The athletes travel to Brazil at the height of the rainy season to race a tribe in dug-out canoes on the fast. swirling currents of a river inhabited by hungry piranhas. See choice, page 85.
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New. 5/10; series five. A racing con proves profitable for the team of hustlers, innocent shoppers fall victim to a security racket, and presenting duo Dick and Dom are duped in Celebrity
Con Games. See panel.
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Series five. Peter decides to buy a pickup truck and become a redneck after seeing a comedy show.
11.25 Peter gets injured while helping Bill Clinton change a tyre, so the former president tries to cheer him up.
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