This special episodes sees Ricky Gervais taking the viewers at home behind the scenes of the series as he talks about the making of show with co-creator Stephen Merchant and star Warwick Davis.
Warwick is on the move this week and after going flat hunting with assistant Cheryl, he decides to move into a new apartment. He is also trying to oust the current head and get himself elected as Chairman of The Society of People of Small Stature. His difficult divorce proceedings continue with wife Sue snd things fail to improve after he shows up at the old family home and finds her looking cosy with her solicitor, Ian.
Warwick decides to find out more about different religions and pays a visit to his spiritual counsellor and life coach, a Catholic priest and a Scientologist hoping that he will find enlightenment. He also attempts to get himself back on the market, returning to the dating agency where he first met his wife Sue.
Warwick shows up for a meeting with his estranged wife Sue and her solicitor and new boyfriend Ian to finalise their divorce. After he takes along his accountant for advice and support things don't end up working out as he planned. Warwick arranges a flat warming party, inviting Amy along in an effort to lift his spirits.Warwick books Cat Deeley to attend hs party and neither Amy or Cat are pleased by his efforts to impress her.
Warwick goes to a charity event ihoping that he will get the chance to hang out with some celebrities. As he attempts to impress Sting he ends up spending more money than he can actually afford.
Warwick is now a changed man as he work hard for his clients at agency Dwarves For Hire and it’s all about putting other people first. Old friend Val Kilmer shows up to talk about a sequel to Willow, but it comes at a cost. With money to find, he hosts an investment seminar and also is able to persuade Keith Chegwin, Les Dennis and Shaun Williamson to join forces to take part in a cabaret show to tour pubs and clubs.