An Idiot Abroad: Season 1, Episode 6

Brazil (29 Oct. 2010)

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When Karl is told that his next trip will be to Rio de Janeiro to see Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado, his first reaction is that it is akin to a pylon: something that is there everyday ... See full summary »

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When Karl is told that his next trip will be to Rio de Janeiro to see Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado, his first reaction is that it is akin to a pylon: something that is there everyday that people probably get tired of seeing. What Ricky and Stephen don't tell him until he arrives in Rio is that they want him to be more social on his trips. As such, they place him in a dorm room in a hostel. They do tell him that Carnival will be happening while he's there. He's not too excited about it as he hates crowds and he presupposes it's a gay event, which makes him feel uncomfortable. But he is thrown into the festivities, whether he likes it or not. His anxiety at crowds is heightened when he is told he is also to attend a block party. He remarks at the dichotomy between the Catholic nature of the statue towering over the city, versus the overt sexuality displayed by the people, especially at the beach. His discomfort increases with interactions with his guide, Celso, which includes ... Written by Huggo

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Himself - Presenter: [finding the garlic] I've heard that cockroaches are, like, the toughest thing that's on the planet. They say, like, there's a nuclear bomb, they'll carry on living. Yet in Celso's kitchen, dead.
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Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim
English lyrics by Norman Gimbel
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