From the Colonel's Regiment
|number of missions||1 (Mission 22 22 Lisbon)|
|draw privilege||He's seen everything. He's seen it all.|
He (? it) is a traditional Portuguese "azulejo" depicting a group of monks in a wine cellar. One is bending over, two of them are kissing (They've turned gay, because they've been in the wine cellar for so long - that can happen.) A fourth figure is peeping through the window. He's seen everything. He's seen it all.
Doctor Wine Picard has seen everything
He's seen it all
The Colonel's man who spots a greater number of cones suitable for use as a tannoy (speaker system) than were so employed on the previous break (see Stop telling me what to do) is awarded Doctor Wine's privilege. This privilege allows them to reveal their destination last, skipping their normal position in the order, plus to see the winner of Louis's X-Factor tournament and (if any) the contents of Pete Gibbon's envelope. They will then have seen everything.
They will have seen it all.
If the Colonel's Regiment fail to encounter more cones on a mission than were shouted through in the previous mission, this privilege is not awarded.