Allo! Allo!

Season 5 Episode 24

Renewing the Vows

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Aired Unknown Feb 11, 1989 on BBC
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Renewing the Vows
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Edith forces Rene to marry her again by saying she will marry Monsieur Alphonse. Rene wants to make sure he owns the bar (and everything in it, he notes, looking pointedly at the cuckoo clock), so he agrees to marry her, but is not surprised to discover the deputy mayor who will officiate is... Monsieur Alphonse. Michelle reports that Operation Waterloo will commence soon to get the airmen out via midget submarine. General von Klinkerhoffen is out searching for his gold, and he suspects the Colonel. Herr Flick, meanwhile, suspects Rene - so he recruits Helga to seduce Rene and find out where the missing gold is. Rene returns the paintings to the Colonel and Gruber, this time hidden inside spaghetti packets. Rene goes out on his "stag night" (bachelor party), then wakes to his wedding, only to find that Alphonse just can't seem to bring himself to say "man and wife". Luckily, Bertorelli pops in just then with his own surprise: Christmas puddings flambe.moreless

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    Guy Siner

    Guy Siner

    Lieutenant Hubert Gruber

    Gorden Kaye

    Gorden Kaye

    René Artois

    Carmen Silvera

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    Edith Melba Artois

    Vicki Michelle

    Vicki Michelle

    Yvette Carte-Blanche

    Sue Hodge

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    Kirsten Cooke

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    Michelle Dubois

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • René: I am, of course, trying to put out of my mind the 257 exploding Christmas puddings which are still in my cellar, each one marked "Best before D-Day". Whatever that means...

      • René: What foolish notions have you put in the empty head of my wife?
        Monsieur Alphonse: She is not your wife. You are dead.
        René: Who says so?
        Monsieur Alphonse: I do. I am the undertaker, I buried you.
        René: Well, I am a very dissatisfied customer.

      • Captain Bertorelli: You are too early. I'm not ready. You are too fast-a for the pasta!

      • Officer Crabtree (reporting that a boat is coming): London is sending you a collopsible dongy.
        Rene: I already have one of those.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Michelle: London wishes to initiate Operation Waterloo.
        Edith: Waterloo?
        Michelle: Well, London said it was a word every Frenchman knows.
        René: You have to give them full marks for tact.

        The Battle of Waterloo (1815) may mark a great victory for the British, for the French it meant the end of Napoleon Bonaparte's ambitions.