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Dominic Brigstocke . When Alan first arrived as a temporary stand-in, she looked fed up and not a little terrified. Whilst at the school, Alan bumps into an old schoolmate who is now a teacher Ian Puleston-Davies. Alan and Jill go to his room. Cloud9 Posts: 1, Forum Member.
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Once again, the devil was in the detail. Sign In or Register to comment. Armando Iannucci . Throughout the episode, he is desperately bored and does various things to pass the time, including dismantling a trouser press , walking along a dual carriageway to a petrol station to buy several bottles of windscreen washer fluid, driving round the ring road three times, buying some tungsten-tipped screws he never intends to use and dressing up as a zombie in a poorly planned practical joke.
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They try to reminisce over old times, but Alan still holds a grudge against this man, who once drew a penis on the back of his school blazer in chalk; which Alan was caned for. While the staff prepare a party, and Jill, his flirtatious, chain-smoking , year-old, divorced receptionist Julia Deakin goes out to buy some snacks, Alan tries to extricate himself by firing staff members for various "offences," such as leaving an unwashed coffee cup on the table and rolling eyes. I think I've already said this, but the star of 'I'm Alan Partridge' for me is the bloke who plays Michael, he's excellent.
I don't think I've done that justice, but to quote Alan again, when he gives up singing 'Why do birds' to Jill! The Inland Revenue are due to call and carry out a random investigation on Alan's business affairs, causing him to worry. After a depressing afternoon hosting a small village fayre and judging the vegetable competition, Alan is delighted to discover that Tony has died and his successor, Chris Feather, had always supported and liked Alan. His relationship with co-presenter Jennie Gresham an unshowy, quietly terrific turn from Susannah Fielding continued to evolve. Alan is about to give her the full force of his anger when Gordon stands up next to her: Alan panics, backs down and decides to take his anger out on his breakfast cereals instead.