History Series / AlloAllo

25th Apr '17 3:20:36 AM BlackTemplar
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* JustFollowingOrders: Gruber was chosen to lead the firing squad who shot [[spoiler: Rene]]. He did not like the task and did not what to do it, but he had to.


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* NeverLiveItDown: Gruber led the firing squad that shot [[spoiler: Rene]], but he was just following orders.
8th Apr '17 4:57:30 PM Golondrina
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* LaResistance: Two different ones, reflecting the RealLife situation in France; all female and all wearing the same grey trenchcoats and berets. The Gaullist lot, which Michelle is part of and the Communist lot, whose leader wants to sleep with René.


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* LaResistance: Two different ones, reflecting the RealLife situation in France; all female and all wearing the same grey trenchcoats and berets. The Gaullist lot, which Michelle is part of and the Communist lot, whose leader wants to sleep with René.
22nd Mar '17 11:41:18 AM john_e
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* BlatantLies: Nearly every single character ends up uttering these at several times per episode, usually when trying to explain the bizarre situations they find themselves in. And of course, René's increasingly ridiculous explanations to Edith when caught in compromising situations with his waitresses.

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Nearly every single character ends up uttering these at several times per episode, usually when trying to explain the bizarre situations they find themselves in. in.
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And of course, René's increasingly ridiculous explanations to Edith when caught in compromising situations with his waitresses.waitresses.
** In one episode Flick doses Mimi, Yvette and Edith with a truth drug. To see if it's working, he asks them their ages; they reply "Eighteen", "Nineteen" and "Nearly twenty-seven" respectively. "Obviously another faulty batch", he comments, and sends them home.
9th Mar '17 3:41:38 PM john_e
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* BrawnHilda: Helga's TemporarySubstitute, Elsa Bigstern; she takes Helga's [[TheBaroness Baroness]] and NoIndoorVoice traits UpToEleven and adds Amazonian strength. When Herr Flick asks her out, she effortlessly dominates him.
6th Mar '17 2:58:12 PM john_e
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* CaptainMorganPose: Herr Flick does it at one point while wearing female undergarments, much to Helga's revulsion.
6th Mar '17 2:40:41 PM john_e
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* IronicEcho: In Herr Flick's introductory scene in the pilot episode, he finds fault with Helga's uniform, telling her that the top button of her jacket is undone, and that the seams on her stockings are crooked. In series 4, when Flick (disguised as a female stenographer) is substituting for Helga, he finds himself on the receiving end of the same lines from General von Klinkerhoffen.
2nd Mar '17 10:36:18 PM BoukenDutch
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The series can be quite infamous for suddenly dropping plot points. For example: In Series 3 it is discovered that Madame Fanny has a painting of Van Gogh in her possession. It becomes a second MacGuffin alongside the painting of the Fallen Madonna all throughout series 3 - 5, then it suddenly vanishes without a trace, never to be mentioned again.
10th Feb '17 1:32:44 PM LeedsKing
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* UglyGuyHotWife: Not hot wife, but numerous hot women lusted after René... not to mention Lt. Gruber. And his affairs with his two waitresses have, according to Herr Flick in series 7, given him the nickname "Menage Artois".

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* UglyGuyHotWife: Not hot wife, but numerous hot women lusted after René... not to mention Lt. Gruber. And his affairs with his two waitresses have, according to Herr Flick in series 7, given him the nickname "Menage "Ménage Artois".
6th Feb '17 10:24:24 PM BoukenDutch
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* NonFatalExplosions: Played with. Explosions never kill any characters, so in that regard the trope is played straight, however they are not entirely harmless either. Multiple times characters, mostly Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen, end up injured due to being caught in an explosion, but they always make a full recovery.
30th Jan '17 11:22:48 PM BoukenDutch
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* BandageMummy: In the episode ''The Dreaded Circular Saw'', Von Smallhausen ends up as one of these after he and Herr Flick are hit by an explosion.


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* DressingAsTheEnemy: Both Germans and members of the resistance are not above using this technique.
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