Alan tries to get Margaret Thatcher to disband the BBC.
Having survived the assassination attempt, Alan starts a campaign to bring back capital punishment.
Having been re-elected to Parliament from a district in Wales, Alan is interviewed about his plans for the future.
Series charting the history of the best of British comedy looks at Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran's 1980s satirical sitcom The New Statesman, which starred Rik Mayall as unscrupulous Tory MP Alan B'stard. It reveals how the series was sold to ITV by writing a fake Who's Who entry for Alan, and how the team were so determined to make the show as accurate as possible that they enlisted the help of a Tory MP at the time, a certain Michael Portillo.
Alan is blackmailed into passing a bill arming the police.
Alan tries to ruin a company of which Sarah has just inherited shares.
Alan impersonates Sir Steven, leader of the Campaign for Moral Regeneration.
Alan secretly has to move 1000 gallons of toxic waste.
Alan tries to get investors for a Caribbean bank.
Alan misses an important vote then appears on TV AM without knowing the result.
Alan's tries to get an American businessman to build a fast food factory in Haltemprice.
Alan finds oil on public lands then tries to buy it from a Labour Party leader.
Televised debates turns Alan into a media superstar
Alan is accused of fraternizing with teenaged girls.
Alan needs publicity so he annonunces that he has found a Nazi.
Alan tries to sell a sitcom to an American producer, but Piers has to bail Alan out of jail first.
Alan tries to sabotage Piers' wedding.
Alan files for divorce. Piers gets promoted.
A new MP threatens Alan's status as the most right-wing member of Commons.
Alan tries to help the Labour party win the next election so he can blame them for the impending oil shortage.
Alan upsets animal rights activists. A old friend wants a birthday ""cake"" from Alan.
Alan's mum visits and threatens to stay forever unless Alan repeals his new bill abolishing social security.
At his annual cocktail party, Alan upsets a local VIP who threatens to take over his seat in the House.
MI5 and the KGB ask Alan to start a new cold war because they no longer have anyone to spy on.
Having survived imprisonment at hard labour in a Russian gulag, Alan attempts a return to politics by joining the European Parliament as representative from an obscure part of East Germany.
Alan is worried that European drug lords may interfere with his attempt to make a profit from the forthcoming legalization of marijuana.
Alan schemes to make some illicit profits from the translators who work for the EC.
Alan tries to take over leadership of a neo-Nazi organization.
Alan tries to become a war profiteer by arranging shipments of aid to Bosnia.
With his fortunes falling in Europe, Alan tries to get himself appointed to a government post back in England.