Brooker's tirade against unqualified celebrities hosting documentaries:
Charlie Brooker: "One consistent thumbprint of 'expertainment' is to confuse fictional characters with the actors that portray them. So, because he played a vet in African-based 'Wild at Heart', ITV thought it would be a good idea to send Stephen Tompkinson animal mending round Africa. In fact, even Tompkinson seems to have forgotten he's an actor.
Stephen Tompkinson: (voiceover) "My journey begins in Tanzania, on Africa's east coast, where I'll test my veterinary expertise with some of the hardest working vets in the world."
Which in turn leads to the spoof documentary, David Mitchell's Rave Britannia:
David Mitchell: "I've always been passionate about Rave culture, and I'm on a very personal journey to discover the roots of this fascinating scene and its diverse yet controversial musical legacy."
Brooker examines a house built on Grand Designs, and gets increasingly irritated in order to demonstrate how these programmes can make you feel bad about your own house. Eventually, he's furious.
"That's a nice fireplace. What a wonderfully huge kitchen. Oh, I love the way the windows let the light into their lovely house. Oh, they've got a pool. OH, YOU'VE GOT A FUCKING POOL!"
Him calling P Diddy a "massive swaggering twat" in the "Aspiration" episode.
Also from the "Aspiration" episode, his reaction to somebody getting a high valuation on their goods on Antiques Roadshow being (in a tone dripping with sarcasm and condescension) "Ooh, someone's going to buy a jet ski and ride and it round and round like P Diddy".