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Series 4 In Review
on 12 February 2004
Any Auf Wiedersehen Pet fan will tell you that this series was actually pencilled in long ago to be series three but never came to be after the death of Gary Holton (Wayne). Anyway, enough of the history lesson. The latest series throw's all six remaining cast members and Wyman back together for a job in Cuba where they have undertaken the task of rebuilding the British Embassy.
Everything again is here, the humour and the on going story of men trying to earn an honest living but this series has a great deal of character development. Wyman begin's to follow in his fathers footsteps of being a player, Oz discovers love in the most unlikely of places and Neville jumps into the shoes of Pierce Brosnan by becoming a spy. In fairness there is a few hilarious moments and Moxey's one liners are a giggle but the show is let down by the number of episodes.
Don't get me wrong this series was great and in my opinion outshone the last but with the gang not getting any younger and the more recent series' being scaled down to just six episodes things feel a little cramped. If you're a fan of British comedy then this is ideal, more so if you already own the previous three installments!