The World of Karl Pilkington

The World of Karl Pilkington

Karl Pilkington, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant

Language: English

Pages: 113

ISBN: 000728540X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

A collection of the best moments from the 'Ricky Gervais Show' with further musings from Karl Pilkington, star of Sky 1's 'An Idiot Abroad'. Karl Pilkington's is a brilliant mind, locked inside a perfectly round head and uncluttered by the unhelpful constraints of logic or common sense. He both baffles and enlightens with his take on topics as diverse as population control, the rights of monkeys and how long you can stay alive with your head chopped off. Featuring the best conversations from 'The Ricky Gervais Show' podcasts and original illustrations and scribblings by Karl Pilkington, this is a unique trip into the mind of our most innovative visionary – or, as Gervais and Merchant know him, 'the funniest man alive in Britain today'.

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up and … Karl: That’s what I mean though. It’s 2006. Why are they still using the index finger? Steve: Would you prefer the forefinger or the thumb? Karl: No. Ricky laughs. Steve: A thumb on a stick? Some kind of thumb on a stick? A mechanical thumb? A robot thumb? Karl: Why isn’t it just a little camera? Steve: Well, they put the camera up if they initially discover something. Karl: Just put the camera up straightaway. Ricky: No. They don’t need to. They pop the finger up, feel

elephant, they’ve put some carpet tiles over it and they’re trying to bring that back to life as a mammoth. Karl: Oh forget it then. ‘Well it did happen. It was in a science magazine.’ Steve: Question here: ‘Karl, what would you change if you were in charge of what kids are taught in school?’ Karl: What I’d do right, instead of sort of teaching kids about two and two and that – which is four, right. Ricky: Show off. Karl: I think they should be asked more questions that make ’em

like ghosts? Ricky: I believe in scary stuff. I don’t believe in anything totally illogical. Karl: Vampires? Ricky: No. Anything made up by man. Karl: Well there was summit in the paper the other day about a vampire, how they found one. They dug summit up, found a body in a coffin with a bit of wood through its heart and a knife in its mouth. Ricky: It was a vampire pirate? Steve: That’s definitely proof of a vampire, of course, and not just some grotesque murder. That’s definitely proof of

they’re in prison! Karl: But anyway I met Derek Acorah the other week, right. Steve: Is he a medium that can contact the dead? Is that right? Karl: Yeah, he just chats to ’em and that. Passes messages on. Steve: Nice of him. Karl: So I said, ‘Tell us summit a bit weird and that.’ So he said, ‘What do you want to know?’ and I said, ‘Just summit weird.’ So he goes, ‘Alright then, here’s one for you. There’s this pub out in the country and there’s this mug.’ You know them old mugs that they

that. If any DJs are listening, just take that quote ‘I could eat a knob at night’ by Karl Pilkington and maybe do a dance remix. Steve: Yes, maybe you are a house music producer and you could maybe get some high energy beat going and then we could send that out to some of the gay clubs. I’m sure it would be really popular. Karl: No, but d’you know what I mean though? Ricky: I could not do it. I couldn’t pop a kangaroo testicle in my mouth and chew it. It was disgusting to watch. Good

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