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Sven Roeder 10:32 Mon Feb 25
This Time with Alan Partridge
9.30pm BBC1

Aha !
Cock Piss Partridge
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Eddie B 4:08 Tue Mar 19
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As Coogan is basically a Paddy, he makes a perfect Irish gap-toothed simpleton.

Russ of the BML 3:52 Tue Mar 19
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Northern Sold 11:37 Tue Mar 19

Brilliant! Watched the last one today. Was the best one for me.

Northern Sold 3:44 Tue Mar 19
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I re-watched about 3 times his interview with his Irish farmer doppelganger martin Brennan... just genius

Sven Roeder 3:24 Tue Mar 19
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His ongoing battle with the black reporter makes me SMIRK

worm 2:52 Tue Mar 19
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Last nights wasn't great.
The best line was the very last one.. " 00 feckin bollox "

Tomshardware 2:16 Tue Mar 19
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This time, more than any other time this time. We'll find a way......

Alfs 1:59 Tue Mar 19
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Last night's effort was all a bit meh. Chuckled once or twice and that was about it.

Sniper 11:40 Tue Mar 19
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Haven’t seen this but saw the comic relief sketches and although some of the asides and comments made were cuttingly funny, partridge is now such a total cunt of a character I find some of it has gone beyond cringey into the realms of a sort of Uber-piers Morgan

Northern Sold 11:37 Tue Mar 19
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Loved the 100 year old woman who was being interviewed talking about her younger days in the Raj.... how the Negroes were far more stronger than the local Indians....

Alan partridge "Different times....... Different Times.... sorry about the wind..... and the racism"

Ha Ha Ha !!!

wd40 11:34 Tue Mar 19
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A good watch much better then most comedy on t.v be interesting to find out the views of the younger generation say under 30 what they make of it.

I can still watch the older ones of him staying in the hotel and find them funny every time.

Catching his foot on the spike climbing over the fence !

BRANDED 10:58 Tue Mar 19
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Its like a comedian telling the same joke over and over or an author writing the same book over and over. If you like the joke you will probably like it. Thing is, I loved the joke the first time and where he took it but this is flogging a dead horse.

Russ of the BML 10:34 Tue Mar 19
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I just love Partridge to be honest. It's not as good as his previous stuff but its still funny in that Partridge way.

brick_lane_batty_boy 10:09 Tue Mar 19
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I've enjoyed it up to now - Have to say last nights was by far the weakest.

I thought the previous 2 had been superb

BRANDED 9:28 Tue Mar 19
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Fucking teriible.

Eddie B 9:26 Tue Mar 19
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That was like an advert for the IRA. Find out who booked them and sack her.

Northern Sold 12:44 Tue Mar 19
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The Irish Partridge impersonator was fookin' superb....

"Cmon lads........ COME OUT THE BLACK TANS.... AND FIGHT LIKE ME A MANNNN"

"Double O feckin' bollocks"

Mr Anon 12:31 Wed Mar 13
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love the personal battle he's having with the black presenter, laughed at him getting the better of her this week

ChillTheKeel 10:42 Wed Mar 13
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The superimposed face of him on the boy getting slapped was superb!!

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I was on the deck watching that part. Funny as fuck.

geoffpikey 9:47 Wed Mar 13
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“There’s not many better things than seeing an older woman skipping.”

“What do you notice most that has changed during your 18 years in jail? Cars have five gears now, for example.”

“I hope when I’m reincarnated I come back black because you age better.”

"He suffers for us. He bears our pain in the most public way possible. He serves a timeless human need, one that goes back long before the time of Christ. Perhaps this has always been Paul Gasgoine’s destiny.”


Classic Madeley, more Partridge than Partridge. Superb.

cholo 9:27 Wed Mar 13
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The back and forth with the geordie in the discussion at the end had me in stitches. I must admit after the first episode I was worried the BBC had managed to fuck this up, but I'm happy to be wrong.

eusebiovic 11:26 Tue Mar 12
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"St. Bastards in Knucklesford’

For everybody who went to an Inner London comprehensive in the 70's and 80's

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