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Knowing Me Knowing Yule with Alan Partridge 

Alan presents a one-off Christmas edition of Knowing Me Knowing You.


Dominic Brigstocke


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Episode cast overview:
Steve Coogan ... Alan Partridge
Rebecca Front ... Mary
Kevin Eldon ... Fanny Thomas
David Schneider ... Tony Hayers
Doon Mackichan ... Liz Heron (as Doon MacKichan)
Patrick Marber ... Gordon Heron
Steve Brown Steve Brown ... Glenn Ponder
Tom Binns Tom Binns
Carl Forgione ... Santa
Alan Francis ... Chauffeur
Mick Hucknall ... Himself - Special Guest


Alan presents a one-off Christmas edition of Knowing Me Knowing You.

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Comedy | Talk-Show



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Release Date:

29 December 1995 (UK) See more »

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References Doctor Who (1963) See more »


Knowing Me, Knowing You
Written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson
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A Partridge in a pear tree.
25 December 2018 | by morrison-dylan-fanSee all my reviews

Re-visiting the classic Blackadder's Christmas Carol (1988) a few days ago,I started checking my box sets for other Comedy X-Mas specials to watch again. With him being my introduction to the work of Armando Iannucci and Steve Coogan,I got set to attend Alan Partridge's Christmas House Party.

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Bringing the curtain down on the Knowing Me era of the series, writers Steve Coogan,Armando Iannucci,Patrick Marber & Rebecca Front pull a cracker of a final ep, which satirically mocks all-star chat show specials, with hilarious, sparkling dialogue that sends Partridge falling into every mishap and uncomfortable long pause with his guests.Done as a extravagance special for the chat show, director Dominic Brigstocke breaks Alan's show with fantastic visual sight-gags of would-be set-pieces falling apart, and ill-judged attempts at underhanded product placement. Becoming a throne in the series in the next series, David Schneider gives BBC head Tony Hayers a fittingly slimy manner which causes Steve Coogan to have Partridge be wonderfully ill at ease, as Alan pulls the cracker on his career.

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