The first episode of the sitcom, written by Arthur Mathews and starring Matt Berry. Successful actor Steven Toast decides to star in a controversial new West End stage play...
Things are looking up for Toast. His agent Jane Plough gives him some exciting news: he's won a Best Actor award from trendy Bra'z' Magazine.
Steven has a role in a new play, but his nemesis, Ray Purchase, is also in it, and there's a rumour that the director murders difficult actors
Toast is caught in the middle of an acrimonious and expensive divorce so he needs to find a lot of cash, fast
Toast's new girlfriend, the aristocratic Portia de Coogan, thinks it's about time he met her father, Lord Fotheringham
Toast is tired of doing crummy voiceovers and appearing every night in his bad play. With the help of a new agent, Brooke Hooberman, he tries his hand at a new career; an author of erotic literature.
After losing £20,000 to Andrew Lloyd Webber in a celebrity poker game, Toast finds himself hunted by musical superstar and part-time theatre-land enforcer Michael Ball
Toast accepts Ed's invitation to the Celebrities and Prostitutes Blow Football Tournament and becomes obsessed with winning
After Ray Purchase snitches on him to the 'Tax People', Toast receives a massive tax bill, and is forced to take on some unappealing jobs to pay off the debt
A return to the West End stage in the legendary 'whodunnit' play The Moose Trap is seriously jeopardised when Toast reveals the killer's identity in a radio interview
After the tragic death of his friend Axel Jacklin, Britain's finest exponent of acting in high winds, Toast finds himself in demand for dramatic roles
Toast is very excited to land a major role in a big movie, but when his co-star, Max Gland, has an accident on set, it has terrifying consequences for Toast's role
An old heartbreaker flame of Toast's, Lorna Wynde, turns up in London, but is she still in love with him, or is she trying to make her husband, Josh Homme, jealous?
We've picked out all Steven Toast's trips to Scramble Studios of Soho from the first series of Toast of London. Hear the pain in his voice every time he says, 'Yes, I can hear you Clem Fandango'
Toast has to record some superfast small print for Clem Fandango and his friends
Toast does his best Bob Marley impression in the voice booth
Live on chat show Lorraine, Toast tells a tale that could not only topple the US government but also destroy the entire world
Toast's romance with a weather girl is thrown into jeopardy when he and Ed are asked to judge an international beauty contest. Guest star Paul Whitehouse.
Toast experiences the charisma of Mad Men star Jon Hamm, and Toast and his brother Blair visit their dying father - guest Brian Blessed - in his castle to find out who will inherit the Toast fortune
With the promise of a potential role in Kevin Spacey's House of Cards, Toast takes part in a Royal Variety Performance hosted by Bob Monkhouse
Toast is cast in a West End play along with legendary actor and drinker Ormond Sacker, who has just come out of rehab
Toast begs Jane to get him in at the Globe Theatre, but he's less than impressed with director Daz Klondyke, who casts him in the all-dog version of Twelfth Night