There's a cage rage at Furry Towers as the puppets take on a fighter called "The Killer".
Charlie counts down to the 2015 general election as excitement builds on the news channels and arguments rage over televised debates. He also takes a look at Channel 5 reality TV show 10,000 BC, uncovers the sinister side of talking doll My Friend Cayla and campaigns on behalf of soon-to-be-evicted diplodocus Dippy. There is also an examination of the mysteries of Broadchurch series two, Jake Yapp distils The One Show down to 84 seconds, 'Russell Brand' reveals the truth behind advertising and Philomena Cunk ponders philosophy.
In the first of a new series, Charlie Brooker and guests attempt to wring a laugh out of the dark and depressing start to 2015 as they cast their eyes over everything that has generally caused a stir over the first few weeks of the year. Charlie looks at the reaction to the terrorist attacks in Paris, vlogging sensation Zeb has the lowdown on freedom of speech, Philomena Cunk finds out all about Winston Churchill and Cassetteboy meddle with an episode of Top Gear. There is also a look at Get Your Act Together, Wolf Hall, Page 3, the Russian military's cyborg biker and the Microsoft HoloLens.
When Mervin is whacked on the side of the head, he is transported to a "Puppetz 'n' the Hood" style fantasy land in the series finale of 'Fur TV'.
Charlie Brooker and guests take a satirical look at everything from Fifty Shades of Grey, Eat Well for Less and 4D cinemas to the economy, Greek austerity and the horror of ISIS. Plus Jake Yapp squeezes an episode of Dinner Date into 106 seconds and internet star Zeb tackles the issue of privacy.
Lapeno struggles to keep to his strict limit of five women a day and is put into a sex clinic.
DI Sleet is joined by Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing who takes on the role of his sidekick. They learn that local restaurateur Bruno Tonioli has been shot in a brutal murder that has all the hallmarks of a gangland killing.
Charlie Brooker runs through the chart climbers, fallers and new entries with a look at the top 40 things to be worried about this week, featuring all the biggest hits from artificial intelligence to fracking. Jake Yapp compresses talent show The Voice down to 105 seconds and Philomena Cunk takes a moment to wonder about climate change.
Charlie Brooker looks back at the 30th anniversary celebrations in EastEnders, 'Russell Brand' uncovers the truth about TV and Philomena Cunk contemplates the world of medicine.
Join Charlie Brooker, who will be reminiscing about some of the best bits of the latest series of Weekly Wipe, as well as surprising us all with quite a lot of new bits too. Just when you think it's a repeat, a new thing will appear. Anything could happen.
Comedy from Charlie Brooker starring Philomena Cunk, the witless commentator from Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe. Philomena knows absolutely nothing about Shakespeare, but that won't stop her attempting to present a groundbreaking documentary about him. Fresh from her triumphs on Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe investigating time ('It'll always be an unknowable mystery, like how phones work' Winston Churchill ('Imagine how good his tweets would have been', and Donald Trump ('There's this amazing stuff on his head; it's not hair, it's like a sort of furry gas', Philomena Cunk has finally been given her own show - about William Shakespeare. Cunk will leave no stone unturned as she gets to the bottom of the Bard, visiting his birthplace, exploring the Globe, studying priceless artefacts and interviewing literally six different experts, including renowned actor Simon Russell Beale, Educating Yorkshire teacher Matthew Burton and top Shakespearean scholar Professor Stanley Wells. Shorter than Hamlet, funnier than King Lear and easier to spell than Cymbeline, Cunk On Shakespeare is absolutely the last word in Shakespeare documentaries.
When Mervin's porno runs out, Lapeno searches for a potential girlfriend for him but gets no results.
D.I Sleet’s superhero alter-ego The Rattman finds himself in a life-or-death scenario at the hands of supervillain The Termite. Now, in this retrospective of Murder In Successville’s best bits from series three, Sleet is having some self-reflection as he faces his toughest decision to date. He must turn his back on one of his personas forever - but will it be Sleet the cop, or Sleet the superhero?