I'm Alan Partridge (1997–2002)
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A Room with an Alan 

With his chat show and his marriage both over Alan is now living at the Linton Travel Lodge and DJing on the early show for Radio Norwich. He is desperate for a second series - so desperate... See full summary »

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With his chat show and his marriage both over Alan is now living at the Linton Travel Lodge and DJing on the early show for Radio Norwich. He is desperate for a second series - so desperate he sees himself as lap-dancing for BBC controller Tony Hayers - but when he is told that no series will be forth-coming he attacks Hayers with a lump of cheese. He returns to his hotel room and, after a heart-to-heart with his devoted assistant Lynn, injures himself going for the mini-bar. Written by don @ minifie-1

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3 November 1997 (UK)  »

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Title reference: A Room with a View (1985). See more »

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The waiter who grabs Alan after he attacks Tony Hayers with the cheese, moves several feet away when the camera angle changes. See more »

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Alan Partridge: [in the bathroom of a house he's thinking of buying] You know what this room says to me? Aqua. Which is French for water. It's like being inside an enormous Fox's Glacier Mint, which again, to me, is a bonus.
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References Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge (1994) See more »

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Don't Go
Performed by Yazoo
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