The New Statesman

Season 3 Episode 1

Labour of Love

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Aired Unknown Jan 06, 1991 on ITV
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Labour of Love
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A new MP threatens Alan's status as the most right-wing member of the House of Commons.

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    James Saxon

    James Saxon

    Victor Crosby

    Guest Star

    Tip Tipping

    Tip Tipping

    Mugger

    Guest Star

    Benjamin Whitrow

    Benjamin Whitrow

    Paddy O'Rourke

    Guest Star

    Terence Alexander

    Terence Alexander

    Sir Greville McDonald

    Recurring Role

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      • Alan: I say that we should demand the return of all the bits of France that used to belong to Henry V.
        Victor Crosby: What? And let the frogs contaminate our English stock? Never! No, we should send in the army to take out those sheep-murdering Frenchies once and for all.
        Piers: I once took out a Frenchie. She wanted to kiss with her mouth open and I wasn't wearing any contraception.

      • Alan: Why did you tell Victor Crosby I've got small penis?
        Sarah: Look, I'm sorry, Alan. I just bumped into him at Fortnum's tearooms, and we got chatting, and conversation lagged and your penis popped up.

      • Mugger: It's wallet time, mother.
        Alan: What? I'm sorry, I'm afraid I don't speak unemployed.

      • Paddy O'Rourke: I'm not even Irish. Our research has shown that Labour only gets into power if it's led by chaps in a regional accent.

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