The New Statesman

Season 3 Episode 3

Let Them Sniff Cake

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Aired Unknown Jan 20, 1991 on ITV
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Let Them Sniff Cake
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Alan upsets animal rights activists. A old friend wants a birthday "cake" from Alan.

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      • Sarah: Do you think we shouldn't even save the whales?
        Alan: Oh, yes. We should save the whales, but only until we've killed off all the dolphins. They really get on my nerves. Just because they smile all the time, people think they aren't fish.

      • Lord Peniston: Debauchery is part of the heritage, darling. All the Penistons were alkies and junkies. Excepting one, my grandfather. He was a transvestite.
        Alan: What happened to him?
        Lord Peniston: He changed his name to Simpson and married Edward VIII.

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      • When Piers is forced to fight the boxer in Mad Eddie's Gym, the show turns to black and white, with only the splattering blood in colour. This is a clear reference to Martin Scorcese's Raging Bull.

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