Allo! Allo!

Season 9 Episode 4

The Fishmonger Float

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Aired Unknown Nov 30, 1992 on BBC
8.7
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The Fishmonger Float
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Michelle tries to send important microfilm to England via a homing pigeon, but fails. Instead, new plans call for the group to sail to England with the film on a motorized float under the guise of the annual fishmonger's parade. Von Klinkerhoffen tells Gruber and Von Strohm of his plans to assassinate Hitler with an exploding picture frame. Flick and Von Smallhousen kidnap Mimi and Yvette, using their clothes and keys to enter the cafe to search for the painting.moreless

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  • Clever.

    8.8
    At times Allo Allo played around with its own formula. This episode uses the recurring incident of Edith catching René and Yvette, and has some fun with it. For once Edith thinks before René comes up with an excuse and demands that Yvette explain the suspicious circumstances. Later in the episode she catches René and Herr Flick (disguised as Yvette) in the broom cabinet. Even René is dumbfounded at first, but he talks his way out of it eventually. In the third and final incident René just gives up and tells Edith to stop annoying her. And so, after many years of being duped by her husband, Edith expresses her rage and runs after them with an axe. Perhaps it's because the writers knew the series was reaching its end that they could play this running joke to its logical conclusion. After all, there was a limit to Edith's gullibility.moreless
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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