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The Podfather Trilogy is a series of three podcasts that Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, and Karl Pilkington initially gave away for free as a 'thank you' to everyone who supported the first three series of podcasts. The Podfather Trilogy was originally released by Guardian Unlimited in 2006 on Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. However in May 2008, these podcasts/gifts were re-released to make some cashmoney causing resentment from many people (see Pilkipedia source link).

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The Ricky Gervais Podcast, Series 4

Episode 1"Halloween" Released 31 October 2006

Ghostly drivel abounds as Steve consults a text-based oracle. Karl experiences a kidney probing and suggests that doctors should deny the elderly medical treatment. Steve returns home to Bristol and lies to some 9-year-olds to gain their approval. Karl reluctantly becomes a godfather. Ricky tells of some lighter moments at the morgue. Karl explains the ins and outs of neurosurgery.


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The Ricky Gervais Podcast, Series 4

Episode 2"Thanksgiving" Released 23 November 2006

Steve and Karl don't understand why Ricky has chosen to do this podcast on a strictly American holiday. Karl has a rant about the rigidity of holidays. Ricky asks Karl to choose five people to help him create a new society on a distant planet. Karl goes to visit a professional leg-rubber. The legendary "kicking my height" story is revisited. Steve reads some choice excerpts from Karl's diary. Plus there's another shoddy competition.


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The Ricky Gervais Podcast, Series 4

Episode 3"Christmas" Released 24 December 2006

Karl reflects on the past year and singles out an unlikely highlight. Steve stocks up on yuletide essentials. Karl advocates an anarchic Christmas. Karl's diary draws to a close with revelations of bothersome footwear and worry-holes. Ricky provides an emotional exit en route to the orphanage.


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