With hotel porter turned petrol pump assistant Michael staying at his house - since somebody stole his front door - Alan is asked to host a sales conference for a firm making coal-effect fires and is visited by their South African representative. Inevitably Alan attempts a South African accent which does not impress but he gets the job anyway. Unfortunately, on the way there he pierces his foot on a spiked fence which severely hampers the quality of his conference speech. Written by
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Did You Know?
Dante's Fires is a reference to Dante Aligheri who wrote the Inferno, and possibly also to Dante's Peak, a film about a volcano. See more
Although Alan Partridge comes from Norwich, Steve Coogan's Manchester accent can quite clearly be heard when he says "I've put my foot through a spike". See more
Whoa! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! That's English for stop a horse!
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Performed by The Police See more