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Season 9 Episode 5

A Fishy Sendoff

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Aired Unknown Dec 07, 1992 on BBC
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A Fishy Sendoff
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Alphonse continues work on the statue of Rene. Von Klinkerhoffen takes Gruber and Von Strohm golfing, where they discuss the assassination plans. Meanwhile, Flick, Von Smallhousen and Helga listen in on the plans via a bugged golf club. Later, at the train station where the painting is to be delivered, Flick intercepts the picture frame, thinking it is the original painting of the "Fallen Madonna." The villagers arrive at the coast, but instead find the Allied troops invading the beach.moreless

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    David Hopkins

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    German officer

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Goof: When Monsieur Alphonse tries to get the chisel from the statue, the head of the statue wobbles separately for no apparent reason. Later in the scene, however, Edith knocks the head off, which was obviously prepared for this incident.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Helga:(reading from a golf manual)Select one of you're balls and put it on the tee.
        Herr Flick: Remove my balls.
        Von Smallhausen: Is this normal for caddy?

      • Herr Flick: Good morning. I was just trying on my new boots.
        Helga: How strange. The boots seem too big for you. Normally it's the other way round.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • (The Gestapo's listening device picks up "The White Cliffs of Dover" sung by Vera Lynn.)
        Herr Flick: It's that damn woman again. She gets everywhere.

        Vera Lynn, "The Forces' Sweetheart", was the most successful British vocalist of World War Two, with famous songs such as "We'll Meet Again" and "The White Cliffs of Dover".

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