Tim takes two attempts to score the basket.
We learn that Robbie Knox has started to wear some sort of scarf around his waist.
Chris Nutbeam is sent to Oxford street with a big sign reading 'I am rubbish' following his disasterous performance in last weeks catwalk main gag.
We find out what happens at a Drummers convention from Hard-Fi's Steve.
He was sad to only sign 5 autographs all day as not many people knew him.
He'd rather have spent the day with the rest of the band at Brentford where they got to see 5 goals, and spend an evening in the bar.
Tim reveals that he gave Sheephead his half broken i-Pod, betting Fenners that Sheephead would go on to buy a new one of his own, of which he did!
'Entrapment' is what Sheephead called it.
Soccer AM recieve their first christmas card from some viewers.
This weeks soccerette was 41 years old, for reasons of health and safety, a member of St Johns ambulance was drafted in.
The wrestlers are seen battling outside of the Woolpack Pub at Emmerdale.
Chris Kamara gives a tour of Reading's Madejski stadium.
A video is shown proving that football is the only rolemodel that children will ever need.
Ainsley Harriott, televisions most happiest man, waves us goodbye at the end of the show.