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Each episode builds on previous ones, requiring viewers to follow the series to understand the plot fully.
The series revolved around individual story arcs spread across several episodes, where typically a far-fetched scheme by the Resistance to repatriate the British airmen would become intertwined with the Gestapo's attempts to recover the missing paintings and the German officers' corrupt activities, which would culminate with the three groups' plans frustrating one another and leaving them in an even worse situation than before.
Two officers, Colonel Kurt von Strohm and Captain Hans Geering, have decided to keep the paintings for themselves after the war, and they coerce René into hiding the paintings in his café.
Hitler also wants the paintings, and sends Herr Flick of the Gestapo to the town to find them. The paintings are duplicated by a forger, get mixed up, lost, found and are put in knackwurst sausages, and hidden in the cellar of Café René.
For example, an exchange between French-speaking characters, conducted in English with a French accent, is totally incomprehensible to the British airmen until Michelle (the only French character who speaks English) switches to Bertie Wooster-esque "top hole, old chap" style banter in an upper-class English accent.
The British undercover officer Crabtree, in the permanent disguise of a French-speaking gendarme, speaks abominable French.
It could have been tricky to represent to the audience the (perhaps) four different languages (French, German, Italian and English) spoken by the characters.
The programme uses the device of representing each language with English spoken in a theatrical foreign accent.
In reruns, some local TV stations have shuffled the episodes, making these plot synopses useful.For example, whenever he says "Good morning", it comes out as "Good moaning".