The New Statesman

Season 4 Episode 4

Heil and Farewell

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Aired Unknown Dec 13, 1992 on ITV
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Heil and Farewell
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Alan uses the resurgence of Nazi sympathisers in Europe to make some money.

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    David Calder

    David Calder

    Le Cul

    Guest Star

    Hans Meyer

    Hans Meyer

    Herr Wessel

    Guest Star

    Paul Bentall

    Paul Bentall

    Nicki Ceaucescu

    Guest Star

    Brigitte Kahn

    Brigitte Kahn

    Frau Kleist

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This show regularly refers to real people in politics, but rarely shows them. (Margaret Thatcher as played by Steve Nallon is an exception.) In this episode we get Nicu Ceauşescu (1951–1996), a person so reviled by Romanians and the rest of the world that the producers didn't have to worry about any lawsuits.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Frau Kleist: (about Alan) Not the great lover he purports to be?
        Sarah: He has his moments, but not enough of them to add up to a minute.

      • Le Cul: The last man who challenged me is sleeping with the fishes!
        Piers: Yes, I know what you mean. I had a tank of goldfish when I was little. In my bedroom. Very pacifying.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The character of André Le Cul is an obvious take-off on French nationalist Jean-Marie Le Pen. To make it extra insulting the French word 'cul' means 'bottom'.

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