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Series 9 was the last series of the show, and contains the final regular episode (The Best of 'Allo 'Allo! aired some two years later; but was mostly made up of archive footage). Richard Gibson did not take part in the final series; so the character of Herr Otto Flick was taken over by David Janson.
The following episode names are the ones found on the British R2 DVDs with alternate region titles given below them.
|Series No.||Episode No.||Episode title||Original UK airdate|
|9.01||80||Gone with the Windmill||9 November 1992|
|9.02||81||A Tour de France||16 November 1992|
|9.03||82||Dead Man Marching||23 November 1992|
|9.04||83||Tarts and Flickers||30 November 1992|
|9.05||84||A Fishy Send-Off||7 December 1992|
|9.06||85||A Winkle in Time||14 December 1992|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|80||1||"Gone with the Windmill"|
"Fighting with Windmills"
|John B. Hobbs||Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam||9 November 1992|
Von Strohm and Gruber's escape attempt does not go to plan, and they return to Nouvion in disguise. Herr Flick has undergone plastic surgery in order to facilitate his escape to South America when the Allies invade. René is captured by the Communist Resistance again, leading the cafe staff to believe he is dead.
|81||2||"A Tour de France"|
"Missing and Presumed Dead"
|John B. Hobbs||Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam||16 November 1992|
Louise, the leader of the Communist Resistance, is determined to keep René captive as her love slave. The cafe staff decide to hold a memorial service for René, who returns in the middle of the service, but not to the warm welcome he might have expected.
|82||3||"Dead Man Marching"|
"René Artois Is Still Dead"
|John B. Hobbs||Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam||23 November 1992|
Michelle's latest plan is to take advantage of the belief that René is dead by sending him to England. Madame Fanny returns to Nouvion, but all is not well between her and LeClerc. ---
|83||4||"Tarts and Flickers"|
"The Fishmonger Float"
|John B. Hobbs||Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam||30 November 1992|
Michelle needs a pigeon to send microfilm to London. The cafe staff make plans for the fishmonger's parade, while General Von Klinkerhoffen makes plans to assassinate Hitler.
|84||5||"A Fishy Send-Off"|
|John B. Hobbs||Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam||7 December 1992|
Monsieur Alfonse is sculpting a statue of René, but not without mishap. Colonel Von Strohm and Lieutenant Gruber decide that supervising the fishmonger's parade is the ideal excuse to get out of involvement in Von Klinkerhoffen's plans to assassinate Hitler. When the parade float reaches the coast, a German patrol vehicle commandeers the float so they can retreat - the Allied invasion has begun. The cafe staff are left to walk back to Nouvion in their costumes.
|85||6||"A Winkle in Time"|
"The End Of The War"
|John B. Hobbs||Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam||14 December 1992|
The cafe staff prepare to welcome the British troops, but do not bargain for seeing a couple of familiar faces. General Von Klinkerhoffen orders Colonel Von Strohm and Lieutenant Gruber to stay and fight to the end, so they decide to escape and hide - ending up at the cafe, walking into the attic bedroom just as René is making his final radio call to London. The Gestapo officers' attempts to escape prove fruitless, but Helga regains possession of her missing piece of the painting. Von Klinkerhoffen changes his mind and decides to formally surrender to the British at the cafe to spare the lives of the men under his command. All the Germans are rounded up and the British make themselves at home in the cafe.