With Alan's shares at an all-time low, he decides it's time for the great British people to choose a new leader.
Alan B'Stard and the Balkans.
With refugees and riots in his German constituency, Alan joins a group of neo-Nazis; meanwhile, Sarah and Krimhilde are determined to get even with him.
Piers discovers that life in Brussels is a menagerie of mishaps.
Piers struggles with the ins and outs of political life; B'Stard owes his wife.
Alan returns triumphantly to financial, political and marital disaster.
Alan and Sir Piers are lured into a trap by a Soviet temptress and end up in a Siberian labour camp.
Alan upsets a VIP who threatens to take over his seat in Parliament.
Alan's mother moves in with him.
An old acquaintance asks Alan for a birthday "cake."
Alan tries to help the Labor party win the next election so he can place the blame for an upcoming oil crisis on the party.
A new MP threatens Alan's status as the most right-wing member of the House of Commons.
Fletcher-Dervish is appointed to a post Alan wanted.
Alan is attracted to an associate's fiancee.
A glamorous actress tries to seduce Alan.
Alan decides to adopt an anti-Nazi stance.
A newspaper alleges that Alan attended risque parties.
Alan hams it up for TV cameras in the House of Commons.
Alan tries to seduce a militant councilwoman.
Alan decides a sheep farm will win voter support.
A night of debauchery threatens Alan's career.
Alan opens a bank on a small Caribbean island.
Alan is paid to dispose of nuclear waste.
Alan tries to make some money with a conservative pamphlet by impersonating Sir Stephen Baker, leader of the Campaign for Moral Regeneration.
Alan uses forgery to negate his wife's inheritance.
A newly elected Tory MP (Rik Mayall) earns illegal profits.