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Carpe Diem (Sept. 2006 Encore)

Jonathan asks his friend Sam how Sam would eulogise him. Sam's answer is a startling reminder that you can't necessarily count on your friends. Plus, Jonathan retells the bible story of Isaac and Abraham. And Howard wins a trip to Paris.

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