Hoff’s manager Max is dead right about a new direction for the Hoff’s career.
The Hoff’s personal trainer, Danny, takes the news about the Hoff’s demise hard.
Hoff reluctantly enters rehab to gain some much needed publicity.
Hoff finds a guru in rehab and starts to see the world in a whole different light.
Hoff decides to part ways with manager Max. But who will the kids go with?
Hoff’s new manager gets him a gig that packs a punch.
At the wedding of a superfan, Hoff is quite the centre of attention.
At a superfan’s wedding Hoff starts to look like a better catch than the groom.
At a glamourous party, Hoff’s driver gets to meet the singer and ex-X Factor host.
Hoff’s pitches a musical version of Lawrence of Arabia to a potential financial backer.
Meet the purveyor of Quite Interesting facts and the master of the Tweet and bon mote.
He's the master of the pun - bar none. Welcome to the world of Tim Vine on Dave.
The dead-pan wit, master of the topical quip and narrator of many a doc.
The grandest Brand of them all - stand-up queen, Getting On star and ace panellist.
The clever cloggs comedian who's equally at home presenting or as a star guest.
He's blokey, obnoxious, loud-mouthed and downright rude. No wonder we love him.
The words "dead-pan" and "cynical" were seemingly invented for this dour comedian.
The Irish comedian with the power to Mock the Week and make sums interesting.
He calls himself "part troll" but he's also dubbed himself "a kind of klingon".
They don't come more English than Al Murray aka the Pub Landlord.
Comedian, actor, and QI court jester, Alan Davies is a despicably talented chap.
Armstrong isn't your typical pie 'n' gravy working man's club sort of comic.
The Peep Show and panel show star who has a rather worrying interest in alarm clocks.
He’s half of the UK’s finest double act and prepared to do everything to make us laugh.
Vertically challenged he may be, but Hislop has a brain as big as an elephant's buttock.
He's the slow, sensible one from Top Gear - but James May is also a rebel at heart.
The identity of Top Gear's test track driver is a closely guarded secret.
He's the first (and probably only) sex symbol in the world of motoring journalism.
He's an unlikely heartthrob with a heart of gold - rare in the dark world of comedy.
Lee Mack’s a massive liar. He’s not even bloomin’ well called Lee Mack, the cheeky scamp.
It's a rare man that can make history hilarious and corduroy cool, but Marcus is the man.
Phill Jupitus, resident know-it-all on pop quiz Never Mind the Buzzcocks and comedy king.
We love Ray Mears - he's a survival GOD. He eats insects. And enjoys it.
Since the smash that was The Office, he has been a stand-up, a film star and podcast king.
Stand-up star, half of Marion and Geoff, Uncle Bryn and chat show host - all hale Rob.
Beneath the shaggy, scruffy exterior lies a sly comic talent with the tongue of a viper.
The gifted presenter, stand up comic and actor, with the finest facial hair in comedy.
He isn't just a writer, wit and comedy legend, he's also a man blessed with good luck.
From performance poet to last hope of the human race, it's been quite a ride for Craig.
He's not just famous for playing Rimmer, he's one of the country’s great impressionists.
Robert Llewellyn is many things – former android, writer, Internet pioneer and petrolhead.
Offensive, controversial and Scottish - all the elements of the perfect dark comic.
Actor, comedian, writer, impressionist - is there nothing Hugh Dennis can't do?
The award winning stand-up Simon Anstell is most famous for taking over on Buzzcocks.
Alternative comedian, quiz show host and thinking woman's crumpet...
He may look like a cuddly bear - but Clive Anderson is blessed with a quick wit.
Colin's work involves talking about football, playing music and hosting Driving Wars.
Once rumoured to be The Stig, here's what we can tell you about the top telly petrolhead.
If aliens ever invade and challenge us humans to a pun-off, Milton could be our saviour.
Ardal O'Hanlon is definitely one of the funniest things to come out of Ireland.
He's been mistaken for a black Alan Sugar and Jeffery from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
One of the foremost journalists and political experts Britain's ever produced.
Miranda is a huge comic talent, in every sense. Six foot one, Miranda’s a lot of funny.
The Cat may be the role for which he's best known, but he's done so much more.
Bruce Parry takes the idea of "going native" to ludicrous and entertaining extremes.
He looks and sounds like such a nice pleasant boy - but don't be fooled.
What is there to say about the legendary Ben Elton? Where to begin more like...
An award winning comedian Alex Horne has established a reputation among critics.
Staffordshire stand-up Dave Gorman combines powerpoint with comedy - no mean feat.
Ian is an award-winning comedian and TV actor, as well as football podcaster and YouTuber.
Rob Beckett is a hilarious stand up, TV comedian, radio host and podcaster.
Former professional footballer and presenter of The Magic Sponge podcast.
(1995) Two of the greatest actors of all time - Robert de Niro and Al Pacino - square off in this atmospheric thriller about a master criminal and the cop assigned to take him down.
1999. Adam Sandler stars in a riotous, heartwarming comedy about a law graduate forced to grow up fast when he adopts a little boy. Political satirist Jon Stewart also stars.
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Bush Pilots follows rookie pilots in the breath-taking landscape of the Okavango Delta.
Maverick lawyer Keegan Deane can win cases, and annoy many people in the process.
Neve Campbell stars in Wes Craven's blackly comic horror about a young woman who is plunged into a world of terror on the eve of the anniversary of her mother's murder.
The topical news quiz with Ian Hislop and Paul Merton as your team captains.
It's the only quiz show where humans supply the questions and robots supply the answers
Stephen Fry is the quiz master, exposing celebrities to the harsh glare of the truth.
Brad Pitt steals the screen in the hugely popular cult movie, an anarchic social satire. Two men take up bare-knuckle fighting to try to feel `alive'. Watch out for the twist!
The satirical panel show that manages to be nothing at all like Have I Got News For You.
Lee Mack faces life's problems with snide comments and regular trips the pub.
(1995) Will Smith and Martin Lawrence team up for this action-packed thriller. Two wise-cracking cops swap identities in order to track down $100m of stolen heroin.
Lock up your caravans, Clarkson, May and Hammond are on the loose...
All across America there are abandoned lock-up storage units offering potential treasure.
Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster pose hypothetical situations in our new panel show.
Follow three best friends into the world of international car 'flipping'
It's the comedy quiz show that marries music with celebrity humiliation.
Heading out onto the roads to see first-hand how our Traffic Cops are fighting car crime.