A wince-inducing challenge is also on the cards. Join the funnyman as he heads across the Channel to put his own spin on the Tour de France. This site only contains links that lead you to other sites eg. Relive the boys' epic road trip with this look back at the most calamitous challenges and memorable moments of their series two adventure. Not having done any traveling, he enjoys living within the comforts of what he knows, basically that being what is purely British. Happiness: Karl sets off to see how other people achieve happiness, starting off in Mexico.
What will he make of the 'rose-red city half as old as time'? Philippines: Thrill-seeker Baz and his beloved mum Nancy return for more wild and wacky adventures. He begins by pondering the point of art. Jack, Jamie and Freddie race across New York City, before auditioning for Disney musical Aladdin. Happiness: Karl sets off to see how other people achieve happiness, starting off in Mexico. .
Comedian mates Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan head to Jamaica to meet sprint legend Usain Bolt - the fastest man ever to have lived. Along for the ride is his mate Noel. Now it's time for Micky and Noel to head back home - not before a couple of last-minute trips, though. Karl's journey concludes with a look at different attitudes to death. Scandinavia: Baz and Nancy's adventures take them to Scandinavia, where they undergo a nail-biting gyrocopter ride and charge across the snow on dog sleds. First up is a sailing race across the Channel.
Plus, Nancy brings the sounds and the party to Spring Break. Waste: As Karl explores the impact of waste on our planet, he meets a roadkill chef, as well as a man who has found a unique use for old bottles. Not only is he forced to sit in 3rd class, but he's sent off on a train that passes through Mongolia before ending up in China, his least favourite place from the last series. Karl's journey concludes with a look at different attitudes to death. He begins by pondering the point of art. Then, they head to Wall Street to take on the stock market.
Later, a disaster throws their Aussie trip into jeopardy. Along for the ride is his mate Noel. Sky Sports Day and Week Passes must be activated within 1 year of purchase. Along the way, Karl 'enjoys' an overnight stay in the Amazon jungle and meets some reformed cannibals. First stop is one of the Philippines' toughest prisons. Scandinavia: Baz and Nancy's adventures take them to Scandinavia, where they undergo a nail-biting gyrocopter ride and charge across the snow on dog sleds. Contains strong language and adult humour.
The things he gets up yo our often hilarious. After 6 months, the Entertainment Pass renews at its then-standard price currently £7. Along for the ride is his mate Noel. Calls: All packages subject to Acceptable Use Policy - see. Existing Entertainment customers can only redeem this offer in the final 30 days of their current entitlement. Contains strong language and disturbing images. There's penalties and pasta before the road trip loser takes on the fearsome forfeit.
James Corden and the boys shake their booties as cheerleaders. On the way Karl stays in a capsule hotel, visits a sumo stable where he takes on a wrestler, meets a Zen Master, and rides on the world's steepest rollercoaster. Contains strong language and sexual references. Philippines: Thrill-seeker Baz and his beloved mum Nancy return for more wild and wacky adventures. The extras in this season are also a good reason to get the dvds.
That's worth the price of admission in itself. Sky Sports Mobile Month Pass includes Sky Sports Premier League, Action, Arena, Racing and News. Kids: Karl sets off around the world in an attempt to understand why people want children. Contains strong language and sexual references. Tokyo: Richard E Grant visits the most luxurious hotels in the Japanese capital, as well as checking out the city's love hotels. Hong Kong: The actor visits Hong Kong's most extravagant hotels, including the Ritz-Carlton, home to the world's highest swimming pool.