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Penultimate Partridge

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While we're trying to remain positive, we're well aware that this sort of amazingness cannot last for much longer. In fact, this week gives us the penultimate episode of Mid-Morning Matters. Must. Stay. Strong.

For now though, it's Friday and we're not going to let the stupid future get us down.

Today sees Alan flirt outrageously with "a blonde specimen of the human race" as well as offer conflicting advice with a bemused agony aunt. In other words, it's entirely deserving of a watch right this second.

Just don't think about next week.

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