Auf Wiedersehen, Pet: Season 2, Episode 5

A Home from Home (21 Mar. 1986)

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The magnificent seven are forced to camp out in Thornley Manor. Wayne is given the cold shoulder by the other lads and is forced to start thinking seriously about how to regain his popularity.

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Pat Roach ...
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Tim Healy ...
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James Booth ...
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Roger Rowland ...
Rev. Ian Burton
Paddy Joyce ...
Bryan Pringle ...
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The magnificent seven are forced to camp out in Thornley Manor. Wayne is given the cold shoulder by the other lads and is forced to start thinking seriously about how to regain his popularity.

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Dennis refers to the retirement home rooms as "Little Boxes". This comes from the Pete Seeger song of 1963. The song is a political satire about the development of suburbia and associated conformist middle-class attitudes. It refers to suburban tract housing as "little boxes" of different colors "all made out of ticky-tacky", and which "all look just the same." "Ticky-tacky" is a reference to the shoddy material used in the construction of housing of that time. See more »

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Arthur Pringle (Bryan Pringle) can be seen corpsing slightly after delivering the line "Call me Tiger". See more »

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References The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) See more »

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