The New Statesman

Speaking in Tongues

Season 4, Ep 3, Aired 12/6/92
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  • Episode Description
  • While Piers causes chaos at the European Commission with striking translators, Alan sees an opportunity to make a lot of money from a proposed motorway in his German constituency.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Rik Mayall

    Alan Barisford B'Stard MP

  • Michael Troughton

    Piers Fletcher-Dervish

  • Marsha Fitzalan

    Sarah B'Stard

  • Terence Alexander

    Sir Greville McDonald [ eps. 15-29 ]

  • Brigitte Kahn

    Frau Kleist

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Kleist: Have you seen the recommendations of the working group of the E.C. Transport Committee? Alan: I didn't even know it was out on video.

    • Alan: Sending those pampered translators off to Eastern Germany will be compared by future historians to the momentous day Margaret Thatcher conned the Argies into invading the Falklands, thereby ensuring our victory in the 1983 election.

    • Garibaldi: The British don't have a cuisine! They have brown sauce.

    • Douvalopoulos: Mr B'Stard, I'm shocked that you so blatantly ask for a bribe. Alan: Surely not! Douvalopoulos: When you've been here longer, you'll realise bribery is endemic. There's no need to ask.

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