Alan now hosts "Up With The Partridge", an early morning show on Radio Norwich. Living in the Linton Travel Tavern Alan is desperate to return to TV so he can afford a flash new house. He fails to impress BBC chief commissioner Tony Hayers with his programme ideas though. With things not looking too promising he resorts to attacking Hayers with some Stilton cheese.
2. Alan Attraction
Facing impending bankruptcy, Alan is forced to give up his Rover 800 and drive a Mini Metro instead. He must also sack everyone at his company Peartree Productions but rather than admit he failed to secure a second series, he makes up poor excuses to fire everyone.
3. Watership Alan
Alan upsets the local farmers with remarks about BSE and doesn't do a very good job of making amends when the union rep comes on his radio show. He is attacked by the farmers whilst filming a corporate video for Hamiltons Waterbreaks. Meanwhile he tries to explain to the hotel staff why he was watching Bangkok Chickboys on his TV and wears some rather skimpy blue shorts.
4. Basic Alan
The Linton Travel Tavern closes for the weekend leaving Alan as the only resident. He's so bored he rings his son Fernando, dismantles the Corby trouser press, goes on a long pointless drive. Back at the motel, he catches the staff doing cruel imitations of him, but tries to show he's game for a laugh by preparing a prank of his own.
5. To Kill A Mocking Alan
Alan tries to impress two executives from Irish TV by staging a pilot version of a new chat show at the Linton Travel Tavern. Sue Cook is lined up as his star guest, but she pulls out, leaving Alan to answer questions from the audience. When the executives want to go back to Alan's house to discuss ideas, Alan is "helped" by his biggest fan Jed Maxwell who pretends Alan lives at his house. It turns out going back to Maxwell's house wasn't such a good idea though.
6. Towering Alan
Sue Cook phones Alan with some good news, Hayers has been killed in an accident thus opening up the possibility of a second series. Alan can hardly contain his glee at the funeral, especially when he gets some encouraging signals from Hayers' replacement. The morning after hosting a terrible leaving party for the staff at the Linton Travel Tavern where he has lived for the last 182 days he goes to see the new BBC Commissioning Editor, Chris Feather. Just as Feather is about to sign Alan up on a new 5 year BBC contract he dies, thus leaving Alan with a bit of a problem.