The late Andrew Sachs will forever be remembered for his role as the bungling and put-upon Spanish waiter Manuel on Fawlty Towers. He was responsible for some of the best lines over both series in the beloved sit com mainly due to his poor grasp of English. Here are some of his finest moments.

A Touch Of Class, Series one:

Basil Fawlty (John Cleese) orders Manuel around the restaurant but Manuel mistakes his instructions as an attempt to speak Spanish.

Basil: "There's too much butter on those trays. ON THOSE TRAYS!!"
Manuel, "No, no, not 'on those trays'  sir. Uno, dos, tres".

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Si, Que, What? Series Two 

Hard of hearing hotel guest Mrs Richards talks to Manuel about her room booking.

Mrs Richards: "I've booked a room with a bath and a sea view."
Manuel: "Que?"
Mrs Richards:"K?"
Manuel: "Si."
Mrs Richards: "C?"
Manuel: "No. Que, 'what'."
Mrs Richards: "K. Watt?"
Manuel: "Si - Que, 'what'."
Mrs Richards: "CK Watt? Is he the manager?"
Manuel: "Ah! Manaher! Mr Fawlty."
Mrs Richards: "This man is telling me the manager is a CK Watt, aged forty."
Manuel: "No, Fawlty."
Mrs Richards: "Faulty? Why? What's wrong with him?"

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"I know nothing" Series Two

Manuel's famous phrase makes an appearance after he loses money to bet on the horses by "knowing nothing."

Basil: "Manuel, you know nothing"
Manuel: "You always say Mr Fawlty but I learn"
Basil: "What?"
Manuel: "I learn, I learn, I get better"
Basil: "No, no, no, you don't understand. Shhhhh, you know nothing about the horse"
Manuel:"Ah I know nothing about the horse. (long pause). Which horse?"

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Basil The Rat, Series Two 

Manuel keeps a pet rat - which he mistakes for a Siberian hamster - and is caught by Basil.

Manuel: "I say to man in shop, 'Is rat.' He say, 'No, no, no. Is a special kind of hamster. Is filigree Siberian hamster.' Only one in shop. He make special price, only five pound."
Basil: "Have you ever heard of the bubonic plague, Manuel? It was very popular here at one time. A lot of pedigreed hamsters came over on ships from Siberia."
Sybil Fawlty: "Basil, he's Manuel's pet. We have a duty to it. Perhaps we could find a home for him."
Basil: "All right, I'll put an ad in the papers. 'Wanted: Kind home for enormous, savage rodent. Answers to the name of Sybil'."
Manuel: "Don't hit me! Always you hit me!"

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The Kipper And The Corpse, Series Two 

After Manuel and Basil discover a man has died in his sleep, they fear it is because he was served out of date kippers. They attempt to remove the body without any of the guests knowing, leading to Manuel uttering this devastating one-liner.

Manuel: "Mr. Fawlty, I no want to work here any more."