Watch Alan Partridge Mercilessly Slag Off 'Game Of Thrones'

​Needless to say, he's had the last laugh

2011's 'I, Partridge: We Need To Talk About Alan' is one of the funniest books ever written, so we were chuffed to buggery when we heard that he was releasing a sequel, entitled 'Nomad', on 20 October.

We were less pleased, however, when we heard that Norfolk's favourite son had been ripping into Game of Thrones. But then we listened what he had to say and - you can't deny it, the man has a point.

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"The Golden Age of TV? More like a golden shower. If you work in television, you're probably spluttering something about the mass appeal of Strictly Come Dancing, or how cutting edge Game of Thrones is, with its sandals and dragons and occasional breasts. Personally I fail to see what's cutting edge about a dragon, who used to advertise mouthwash in the eighties - and they've been extinct for millions of years"

Watch the full video here.

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