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Season 2 Episode 1

Six Big Boobies

Aired Unknown Oct 21, 1985 on BBC
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Six Big Boobies
After the British airmen are gone for good - or so René thinks - there is still the problem of Herr Flick owning all three copies of the Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies (one original and two fakes), and while Herr Flick kidnaps Lieutenant Gruber (a former art house worker), the Colonel and the Captain start to plan their next move.
All the while, René's widow Edith have found René´s will, and being the sole beneficiary, goes on a spending spree with René's money to attract better suitors. And the British airmen return - as nuns. They are last seen hidden in the piano.moreless

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Guy Siner

Guy Siner

Lieutenant Hubert Gruber

Gorden Kaye

Gorden Kaye

René Artois

Carmen Silvera

Carmen Silvera

Edith Melba Artois

Vicki Michelle

Vicki Michelle

Yvette Carte-Blanche

Sue Hodge

Sue Hodge

Mimi LaBonq (Seasons 4 - 9)

Kirsten Cooke

Kirsten Cooke

Michelle Dubois

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • (the airmen are unhappy about being dressed as nuns)
      Flying Officer Carstairs: Fella keeps trying to chat us up.
      Michelle Dubois: (in an english accent) Didn't they suspect the moustache?
      Flying Officer Carstairs: If you think mine's big, you should see the Mother Superior's.

    • Col. Von Strom: If you will tell me the names of the Resistance leaders, I will see that you are protected.
      René: Protected? Against who?
      Col. Von Strom: Me.
      René: But, colonel, I do not know their names! They are mostly girls. They wear McIntoshes and little short white socks and berets like any other French girl. And they only reveal themselves at night.
      Capt. Hans Geering: Like any other French girl.
      Col. Von Strom: I wish I could get my hands on them.
      Capt. Hans Geering: We both do.

    • René (To Edith): Why are you wearing on your head a dead hen?

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