Salesmen Alan,Ian,Tim and the pushy Tony are on a plane on their way to a sales conference. Alan joins the mile high club with a model in the toilet but Tim is annoyed that he is two air ... See full summary »

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Ian Crisp
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Tim Goodman
Peter Richardson ...
Tony Grace-Masters
Frankie Park ...
Club Class Stewardess
Sandra Cush ...
First Class Stewardess
Chickpea ...
First Class Receptionist
Rod Nelson ...
Cello Man
George Antoni ...
Cart Driver (as George Yiasoumi)
Dave Haskell ...
Tie Man
Jack Strong ...
Manager
Louise Taylor-Smith ...
Supermodel (as Louise Taylor Smith)
Xanthe Milton ...
Sales Girl
Ean Ravenscroft ...
Cashier
Malin Coleman ...
Masseuse
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Salesmen Alan,Ian,Tim and the pushy Tony are on a plane on their way to a sales conference. Alan joins the mile high club with a model in the toilet but Tim is annoyed that he is two air miles short of joining the others in club class. On arrival in North Africa they decide to charter a plane rather than face a fifteen mile coach journey to the conference.

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4 January 2000 (UK)  »

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While Tim is driving the plane in the desert, in one shot a van can be seen through the window in the background. See more »

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Ian Crisp: So, the bottom line is, none of us is qualified to actually make a decision.
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A decent sequel.
24 May 2017 | by (Butt Town) – See all my reviews

So the four men are back and this time they have to go to Africa for a conference.Of course its full of ridiculousness.Nigel pumping gas onto the ground to get two air miles, Peter watching porn on the plane and lots of other silly situations make for a very enjoyable episode.Again, I don't really care for the title.They are actually in two different planes but I guess titles are hard to come up with.Even though this isn't as good as Four Men In A Car, it does have a better ending.Even though I saw it coming a mile away.What I don't like is that the guys all look so old and you know this is pretty much the end of a great show.They did return for another Five Go episode but it was over a decade later.And weirdly they didn't look much older in the last episode.This is still a top ten episode.Go watch it.


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