Rene considers flight to Spain dressed as an onion-seller but is stopped by the German officers who ask about the painting. It ends up back with Von Klinkerhoffen, to the annoyance of Flick... See full summary »

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Rene considers flight to Spain dressed as an onion-seller but is stopped by the German officers who ask about the painting. It ends up back with Von Klinkerhoffen, to the annoyance of Flick, who asks Helga help him retrieve it. However she flirts with Bertorelli to make him jealous. Michelle puts the airmen in wine barrels in Rene's cellar to smuggle them out but the general turns up and orders that the barrels be sent to the chateau. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Alternate episode title "A barrel full of airmen" See more »

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[Gruber has just warned Rene that Captain Bertorelli will be proposing to Edith, and Michelle tells her she must accept for The Resistance]
Captain Alberto Bertorelli: I don't-a beat about the bush, Madame Edith.
Edith Artois: [Resigned] I accept.
Captain Alberto Bertorelli: I come here today to ask for your hand in marriage.
Edith Artois: I accept.
Captain Alberto Bertorelli: Together we have a wonderful-a time together! We go for walks in the moonlight! We kiss with the passion under the stars!
Edith Artois: I accept!
Captain Alberto Bertorelli: Then we come home, and count-a the takings from the till. I go on my bended knees, please say yes!
Edith Artois: I ...
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Naughty But Nice
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Written by Roy Moore
Performed by Carmen Silvera
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