The final part of the pilot about the evolution of human instinct.
This part starts with an objection to part seven, which is dealt with, and then deals with another common criticism of evolutionary psychology, which is that it is judgemental, and that it approves of things that are not politically correct.
The presenter then talks about other things that could be dealt with in the same style, there are a few quick credits, and then a final gag which viewers of part four will get, and nobody else will.
I hope you liked at least some of Built for the Stone Age, and that you lobby Parliament to have it made into a full series, or perhaps we should all camp inside the offices of the BBC and refuse to leave until they make it, or something...
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