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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Excellent stuff. Now relegated to North Norwich digital radio and a sidekick, he's still as great-terrible as ever.

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Slow start but picks up once the bike guy appears.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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I enjoyed. The drawn out laughter was funny. I'd still prefer a third series (you shit).


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Wogan'sTrouserBulge wrote:
I enjoyed. The drawn out laughter was funny. I'd still prefer a third series (you shit).


I read somewhere that Mr Coogan just finished filming "Alan Partridge-The Movie". Fingers crossed it's true.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Wogan'sTrouserBulge wrote:
I enjoyed. The drawn out laughter was funny. I'd still prefer a third series (you shit).


I read somewhere that Mr Coogan just finished filming "Alan Partridge-The Movie". Fingers crossed it's true.


Not true as fas as I am aware. I saw an interview a few weeks back where they said it was still being talked about (as it has for the past 5 years).


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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With this and the trip it's just nice to see him being funny again rather than being in shit american films.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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"No, no, no. He's gone."

Brilliant.

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Hrm, I'm not sure I can really hack this character any more :S

Also Bleh Fosters.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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I liked it.. but I have inadvertently ignored Alan Partridge for a number of years now.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Gret stuff. One of my all tome faves, and as said above, good to see Coogan doing the funny again.

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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His sidekick looks like a normal sized headed DavPaz.

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Runcle wrote:
With this and the trip it's just nice to see him being funny again rather than being in shit american films.


Now "The Trip" is really quite good, I reckon.
Watched it back to back after "An Idiot Abroad" and it has a bit of the same flavour, and reminds me of Marion and Geoff, which is one of the best thing Brydon's done.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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kalmar wrote:
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With this and the trip it's just nice to see him being funny again rather than being in shit american films.

Now "The Trip" is really quite good, I reckon.

As I said elsewhere, I just didn't get it :(

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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I just didn't get it :(

You wouldn't understand.

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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New one of these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbiSJE6D ... _embedded#!


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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After a break, it is back. :)

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It is back again.

And it was really good :D

Guess who's big in the back time?

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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I enjoyed it too. I love how they captured the feel of soft sofa television, and the person playing the co-host was brilliant.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Yeah, nailed it again.

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[...]the person playing the co-host was brilliant.

She really was.

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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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And it was really good :D
I cringed so hard I got cramps; that's how I know it was good.


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 Post subject: Re: Alan Partridge
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Clunt.

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Clunt.

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