Helped by Sonja,Alan devises a meticulous plan to watch,on video,all the James Bond films in sequence over the bank holiday weekend,but excludes Michael from the viewing out of pique that Michael has a new best friend,an Americanophile,Terry,who calls himself Tex. Unfortunately Lynn spills drinks over almost all the videos and,when Alan remonstrates with her,Gordon,her ex-policeman boyfriend,threatens Alan to back down so he gives her a pay rise instead. After an unsuccessful effort to make John the builder his new best friend he reconciles with Michael,only to find that 'Tex' has recorded 'America's Strongest Man' over the one intact Bond film. As a result Alan declares himself to be Norfolk's Maddest Man.
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Did You Know?
Steve Coogan has stated he didn't need to research any James Bond films prior to script writing as being such an avid fan he knew all the films so well. See more
When Alan is describing the opening sequence of The Spy Who Loved Me
, he describes the enemy skiers as "wearing black suits with lemon piping." In fact, they have red piping. The enemy skiers that have lemon piping appear in For Your Eyes Only
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"The Spy Who Loved Me" is a brilliant film. It begin in forest in Germany...
It's Austria! Austria!
What's the one where the laser beam goes up his jack...
What's the one with the, with the volcano, and it splits up and a big rocket comes out with all Chinkies jumping up and down?
Isn't that, er, "Thunderball"?
No. No! No! No! Stop getting Bond wrong! I'll tell you about "The Spy Who Loved Me". All do that with your fingers round your eye. I am Roger Moore. Bang! Blood dribbles ...
I Loved You, But You Left Me
Performed by Christian Le Vaux See more