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Tony Hayers (Character)
from "Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge" (1994)
- "Britain's Best Loved Sitcoms" Played by David Schneider
- Episode #1.2 (2015) TV episode, Played by David Schneider
- Greatest TV Comedy Moments (2005) (TV) Played by David Schneider
- "I'm Alan Partridge"
- Towering Alan (1997) TV episode, Played by David Schneider
- Basic Alan (1997) TV episode, Played by David Schneider
- Watership Alan (1997) TV episode, Played by David Schneider
- Alan Attraction (1997) TV episode, Played by David Schneider
- A Room with an Alan (1997) TV episode, Played by David Schneider
- tt0791061 Played by David Schneider
- "Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge"
- Knowing Me Knowing Yule with Alan Partridge (1995) TV episode, Played by David Schneider
[Tony Hayers has told Alan that although there won't be another series of his chat show, he'll still be open to any other ideas in future, so Alan seizes the opportunity to pitch his ideas for programs]
Alan Partridge: [Opening a file] Right, OK. Shoestring, Taggart, Spender, Bergerac, Morse. What does that say to you about regional detective series?
Tony Hayers: There's too many of them?
Alan Partridge: That's one way of looking at it, another way of looking at it is, people like them, let's make some more of them. A detective series based in Norwich called "Swallow". Swallow is a detective who tackles vandalism. Bit of a maverick, not afraid to break the law if he thinks it's necessary. He's not a criminal, you know, but he will, perhaps, travel 80mph on the motorway if, for example, he wants to get somewhere quickly...
[Tony shakes his head]
Alan Partridge: Think about it. No one had heard of Oxford before Inspector Morse. I mean, this will put Norwich on the map.
Tony Hayers: Why would I want to do that?
Alan Partridge: Yep, fair point.
[He turns to another page]
Alan Partridge: OK, right. "Alan Attack!". Like the Cook Report, but with a more slapstick approach.
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