Bo' Selecta! Season 4
S04 E01Oct 13, 2006
Episode 1: Avid Merrion's XXXmas Special Oct 13, 2006 Imagine a combination of the best from Bo'Selecta! and A Bear's Tail. Imagine taking them across the world to the home of showbiz - Los Angeles. Imagine what happens there captured as a fly-on-the-wall documentary. Is this making any sense to you? Just watch the show; maybe that'll give you a better idea.
S04 E02Oct 20, 2006
Episode 2 Oct 20, 2006 Avid Merrion and his wife Sacha welcome you to a stay at The Merrion Hotel, the weirdest celebrity hotel in Hollywood. Other resident guests include Craig David, Chris Martin and Michael Jackson.
S04 E03Oct 27, 2006
Episode 3 Oct 27, 2006 Simon Cowell checks his floppy breasts into Avid and Sacha's Hollywood hotel.Across town, Mel B gets an offer she can't refuse from Richard Gere.Against all the odds, Avid impresses celebrity guest Justin Timberlake.
S04 E04Nov 3, 2006
Episode 4 Nov 3, 2006 Star of Beverly Hills 90210 Shannen Doherty is about to meet her biggest ever fan. Just to confirm - that's Avid Merrion, who pops round to her Malibu mansion to introduce himself.Still with an eye for the ladies, the Bear chats with Victoria Silvstedt.
S04 E05Nov 17, 2006
Episode 5 Nov 17, 2006 Romance is in the air - Avid's wife has fallen for Ralph the Mexican wolf-boy after noticing his uncanny resemblance to Steve Guttenberg.To take the edge off his pain, Avid spends some time with Shannon Elizabeth from American Pie.Chris Martin goes shopping for doughnuts.
Episode 6 As it's her birthday, Avid arranges a treat for his wife Sacha. She gets to meet Dean Cain, the star of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.As a special treat for celebrity guest Richard Blackwood, he is bestowed with the honour of wearing a hideous rubber mask.
Episode 7 In this final episode from the US-of-A, Mr and Mrs Merrion reflect on the their time together in Hollywood.Craig David and Holly Valance reach the climax of their holiday romance, and there's an update on Pete Doherty's addictive personality from Krishnan Guru-Murthy.