The New Statesman

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The New Statesman

Season 1 (1987)

The entire first series featuring the corrupt political manoeuvrings of Alan B'Stard MP (Rik Mayall), the Tory with the largest majority in the house. The episodes included are: 'Happiness is a Warm Gun'; 'Passport to Freedom'; 'Sex is Wrong'; 'Waste Not, Want Not'; 'Friends of St James'; 'Three Line Whipping'; and 'Baa Baa Black Sheep'.

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Season 2 (1989)

The entire second series featuring the corrupt political manoeuvrings of Alan B'Stard MP (Rik Mayall), the morally challenged Tory MP. The episodes included are: 'Fatal Extraction'; 'Live from Westminster'; 'The Wapping Conspiracy'; 'The Haltemprice Bunker'; 'California Here I Come'; 'May the Best Man Win'; and 'Piers of the Realm'.

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Season 3 (1991)

Political animal Alan B'Stard (Rik Mayall) returns for a third series of back-stabbing and double-dealings. Episodes included are: 'Labour of Love'; 'The Party's Over'; 'Let Them Sniff Cake'; 'Keeping Mum'; 'Natural Selection'; and 'Profit of Boom'.

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Season 4 (1992)

The entire fourth series featuring the corrupt political manoeuvrings of Alan B'Stard MP (Rik Mayall), the morally challenged Tory MP. 'Back from the Mort' sees the return of B'stard who was last seen abandoned in Siberia, dumped there by his estranged wife Sarah (Marsha Fitzalan). Back in Britain he vows a comeback and is soon elected Member of the European Parliament for the constituency of Obersaxony in Germany. In 'H*A*S*H' Alan and Sir Greville decide to take advantage of the European 'legalise cannabis' campaign and for a while all seems to be going well. 'Speaking In Tongues' sees Alan's old sidekick Piers Fletcher-Dervish ennobled to the role of Brussels Commissioner for Internal Relations but soon discovers that life in Brussels is full of mishaps. Alan's recommendation for a scheme to employ electronic translation devices soon lands Piers in hot water. In 'Heil and Farewell' Alan B'Stard unwittingly becomes a new figure-head for Neo-Nazi's when he attempts to reach-out to them and bring them into Brussel's political life. 'A Bigger Splash' sees the war-stricken Yugoslavs drawn to Alan's unique political skills. He engineers a solution for the country but it's a cover for making money as usual. Finally 'The Irresistible Rise of Alan B'Stard' sees the intrepid politico taking on absolutely everyone with his scheme for uncovering the untaxed money in the Channel Islands, a plan that might just land him the big job in Number 10 Downing Street.

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