Alan Partridge lets the chat out of the bag with an agony aunt and a hot Hollywood couple.

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Daniella Forest
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Tony Le Mesmer
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Tania Beaumont
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Alan Partridge lets the chat out of the bag with an agony aunt and a hot Hollywood couple.

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23 September 1994 (UK)  »

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Episode 2
26 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Undeterred after an underwhelming first show, Alan Partridge perseveres despite one newspaper critic calling his show moribund.

This week Alan is enchanted by the agony aunt from Playboy Daniella Forrest until he discovers she used to be man and suddenly realises that he had just kissed her or him in the lips.

Magician Tony Le Mesmer cheekily makes fun of Alan by secretly hypnotising him and making him do and say strange things. Alan meets Petty Officer Alan Partridge who has never had his leg pulled because of his name but mainly because of his nervous tick.

Star guests are celebrity couple Gary Barker and Tania Beaumont, who just like Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford want the world to know how strong their marriage is. Alan suggests that Tania's film are famous for her displaying her breasts just like Helen Mirren.

Le Mesmer returns for his main act, throwing knives on a scared Alan Partridge who is still under hypnosis by the way.

I think Alan nearly became moribund himself. That would had pleased the critics.


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