Also known as "Da UK Seereez"
Ali travels to the Cannes Film Festival, to pitch his new movie 'Booka' - named after the noise a gun makes. There's a lively discussion on animal rights, Neil Hamilton joins Ali on the sofa and the first ever contestant plays 'Who Wants to Win an Ounce?'. Elsewhere, Borat learns about British etiquette.
Ali interviews John Humphrys, then goes on to present his new home shopping channel, QVG. Borat learns about British comedy, which includes some practical slapstick lessons. And Francis Healy from Travis joins Ali for a special rendition of 'Why Does It Always Rain on Me?' with an urban twist.
It's up to Ali G to turn the tables in the Third World... with turntables. Ali goes behind the scenes of US TV, and Roy Hattersley and Chrissie Hynde join Ali on the show.
Ali gets the low-down on the FB, Aiiii. There's rapping from Mohammed Al Fayed, and Borat finds out what it takes to be a true British huntsman.
Ali learns how to save the environment... and use guns to kill people. Later, he serenades the lovely Gail Porter, and Borat mingles with Cambridge University's young intelligentsia over a game of cricket.
Anita Roddick joins Ali in the studio to discuss some interesting new products for Body Shop, Borat feels the passion of the Henley Regatta, Jarvis insists on helping the aged, and Ali saves the world from an evil gunman and meets Jah in the process.