'This Time with Alan Partridge' just outdid itself.
In case you missed it, last night's 'This Time with Alan Partridge' featured Martin, a farmer from a vague spot in the west of Ireland. And he just so happens to be an Alan Partridge impersonator (since last Thursday).
— BBC Comedy (@bbccomedy) March 18, 2019
As hilarious as Martin's interview was, is wasn't the best moment from the show. To round out the credits, the Irish Alan Partridge sang, we kid you not, 'Come Out Ye Black and Tans'.
Alan Partridge lookalike on Alan Partridge show singing Come Out Ye Black and Tans 😂😂😂😂
"Oh god that was like an advert for the IRA" pic.twitter.com/3T6F16wIQT
— 🍀Big Kev 🍀 (@officialkappa99) March 18, 2019
It goes without saying, the reaction online has been overwhelming.
The last sequence in This Time With Alan Partridge on BBC1 just now might become one of the most memorable pieces of TV this year. Have a look at this! #ThisTime #ThisTimeWithAlanPartridge pic.twitter.com/WNjToqs4Xk
— Danny McElhinney (@DannyMcElhinney) March 18, 2019
— Greg James (@gregjames) March 18, 2019
Fuck me, that episode of Alan Partridge was the funniest thing I've seen in ages. I'm crying with laughter here! Irish Alan was F'n genius #ThisTime
— Aidan Diabolik (@DiabolikDodo) March 18, 2019
Irish Alan Partridge. Quite possibly the most glorious thing ever seen on the old box 😂 #ThisTime
— Ed Hocknull (@EdHocknull) March 18, 2019
Anyone who doesn’t think that #thistime with Alan partridge is perfection can fuck off.
— Joe Solley (@JoeSolley) March 18, 2019
Steve Coogan has managed the impossible; taking Alan Partridge to a whole new level. ‘Irish Alan’ singing “Come Out You Black And Tans” is a piece of TV gold.
If you haven’t been tuning in to #thistime, then you need to start.
— Martin T Coughlan (@MartinCough333) March 18, 2019
Matt Lucas, of 'Little Britain' fame, tweeted his support for the show, and even praised 'Derry Girls' too.
Alan Partridge, Derry Girls, Fleabag. What a time for comedy. Can people stop saying 'Oh yeah they don't make 'em like they use to', please?
— 🏳️🌈🇪🇺 ✡️ Matt Lucas (@RealMattLucas) March 10, 2019