Despite the very negative reviews that this show has recieved, I honestly believe that this show is just as good as The Man who Thinks he's It. Pauline perhaps overdoes the innuendoes, but her entrance is brilliant. Tommy Saxondale transfers well, although he is understandably different from how he appears on television. Duncan Thickett has developed a darker (to say the least!) personality to the bumbling stand-up comic we used to know, but it just makes the character funnier. Paul Calf is equally as funny as he used to be, there isn't much more I can say about the character. As mentioned by practically everyone else, Alan Partridge is the star of the show. His entrance, a medley of Queen songs, is very funny, as is his "sensitive" interview with a rape victim, and then his hilarious play about the life of Sir Thomas More.
Perhaps the funniest moment, however, is the final section of the show in which he plays himself, and finishes with a rather naughty song. Overall, it is hugely entertaining, and I believe it is a brilliant show.