I'm Alan Partridge

Alan Attraction - S1-E2

Revealing mistake: When Alan serenades Jill, near the end of the song, the guitar player removes his hand from his guitar briefly but the guitar part continues to play (it's being synthesised as part of the keyboard's rhythm track). (00:19:10)

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Towering Alan - S1-E6

Revealing mistake: When Alan ejects the guest from his room for making a racist remark, the guest walks down the corridor towards a door. Watch as he reaches the door, he tries to open it but as it's a fake he just bangs into it. It's really funny. (00:26:20)

Basic Alan - S1-E4

Revealing mistake: When Alan walks into the petrol station, he immediately has a conversation with a shop worker, however there is a huge queue visible as Alan walks in. He would not have been able to be served that quickly. (00:11:05)

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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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