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Episode 25 : The Big Flush

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Episode 25 : The Big Flush

Posted by Archie Bennett

Rating  :  

8.0

Season 5

Duration  :  

30m

The Enigma machine is to be smuggled to England in the midget submarine. René is told to put the machine into a wine barrel and drop it into the sewer. At a certain time, everyone in Nouvion will flush their toilet and the resulting surge of water will send the wine barrel along the sewer to the submarine. The British lay on an air raid as a diversion, but they manage to bomb the pumping station by mistake, so there's no water to flush the toilets with. It's discovered that Monsieur Le Clerc h ...


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Episode 1 : The Rescue of Frau Kinkenrotten
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Episode 2 : The Camera In the Potato
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Episode 3 : Criminal Developments
8.0
Episode 4 : The Dreaded Circular Saw
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Episode 5 : Otherwise Engaged
8.0
Episode 6 : A Marriage of Inconvenience
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Episode 7 : No Hiding Place
7.0
Episode 8 : The Long Distance Duck
8.0
Episode 9 : Watch the Birdie
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Episode 10 : René - Under an Assumed Nose
9.0
Episode 11 : The Confusion of the Generals
8.0
Episode 12 : Parade of Prams
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Episode 13 : Ribbing the Bonk
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Episode 14 : The Reluctant Millionaires
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Episode 15 : A Duck for Launch
8.0
Episode 16 : The Exploding Bedpan
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Episode 17 : Going Like a Bomb
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Episode 18 : Leclerc Against the Wall
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Episode 19 : Pudding Can Go Off
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Episode 20 : Land Mines for London
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Episode 21 : Flight to Geneva
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Episode 22 : The Geneva Express
8.0
Episode 23 : Enigma
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Episode 24 : Wedding Bloss
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Episode 26 : All in Disgeese
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