Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge: Season 1, Episode 5

Episode #1.5 (14 Oct. 1994)

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Spoof chat show hosted by Alan Partridge, including new feature 'Partridge Over Britain'.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Terry Norton
Charlotte Fraser
Lieutenant Colonel Kojak Slaphead III
Adrian Finch
Felix Dexter ...
Steve Brown ...
Linda Broughton ...
Mary Partridge
Barbara Durkin ...
Lisa Thornton
Carl Forgione ...
Liam Partridge
Louis Hammond
Bald Brummie
Bill Stewart ...
Terry Norton


Spoof chat show hosted by Alan Partridge, including new feature 'Partridge Over Britain'.

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Comedy | Talk-Show



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Alan Ford plays a shady boxing promoter in this episode, years later, he would play Brick Top, a gangster who promotes and fixes boxing matches in Snatch. (2000). See more »


Alan Partridge: Charlotte Fraser, Labour, we see these pictures of old woman's faces in the paper, surely the best way to deal with hooligans is to hang them by the neck until the spinal column is severed thus starving the body of oxygen, isn't that the best, most sensible way to deal with them?
Charlotte Fraser: Absolutely not, no, hanging really is brutal and barbaric and the hallmark of an uncivilised society.
Alan Partridge: [interrupting] OK, right, what about lethal injection? Gas chamber? Electric chair? You know? We're spoiled for ...
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References Baywatch (1989) See more »

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