I'm Alan Partridge

I'm Alan Partridge (1997)

5 continuity mistakes in Never Say Alan Again

Starring: Steve Coogan

Genres: Comedy

Never Say Alan Again - S2-E4

Continuity mistake: When Alan goes into the petrol station to get his video back, Michael has his hands by his sides. In the next shot he has his hands on his hips.

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Never Say Alan Again - S2-E4

Continuity mistake: When Alan is talking about Lyn's mum after they get back from the graveyard, Alan's arms are by his side. In the next shot his right hand is on his hip.

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Never Say Alan Again - S2-E4

Continuity mistake: When Alan says to Sonia he doesn't trust her, he puts his hands by his sides. In the next shot they are together in front of him.

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Never Say Alan Again - S2-E4

Continuity mistake: When Alan is talking to the builder, he puts a cigarette to his mouth. In the next shot it is gone.

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Never Say Alan Again - S2-E4

Continuity mistake: In the petrol station when Michael realises his badge only says 'Michael', he looks down. In the next shot he is looking at Alan.

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When Alan views the kitchen, a boom mic shadow can be seen in the top left of the screen.

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Given that the BBC are very much against product placement in their shows, its shocking the amount of placement that goes on in Alan Partridge. Its really in your face stuff. Ginsters pasties, BP petrol, Lexus cars, Flavia coffee machines, Directors bitter, Twix and Yorkie bars. In every episode the above are mentioned on numerous occastions. Not that I give a hoot about product placement myself, but am so surprised at how blatently obvious it is and yet the BBC have always been so against it.

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