Cassandra is expecting, and he wants more responsibility and a better job to provide for his family. Del, meanwhile, has decided to take his manhood into his own hands and get a vasectomy. Cassandra is rushed into hospital, suffering a miscarriage. Del then blubs his eyes out, as Rodney supports his wife. Del, realising Cassandra needs his support, wants to help Rodney adjust. He does little to impress, and Uncle Albert mixes the coffee with the gravy by accident. Being an antiques dealer, he spots a long-lost 18th-century Harrison marine watch, which he recommends getting valued.
After 15 years of poverty the Trotters finally make it rich! They return to Peckham, and their Mandela House flat, and to make matters a lot worse, they suffer a major blow when Uncle Albert dies. Cassandra and Rodney are finding their love life is a little flat, so they spice it up by role playing their fantasies. Cassie becomes Rodney's police woman, and Rodney doesn't quite look right as Gladiator. Del appears on the game show 'Goldrush' in a last-ditch attempt to win their fortune back.
Despite a phone call saying Del won a badly written final question, Del mistakenly believes it's prankster Mickey Pearce and tells them to give the fortune to charity. Meanwhile, Sid has taken over at the Nag's Head now that Mike is in prison, and Damien seems to be growing up fast.
Upon their arrival at the village, they learn that Uncle Albert was hounded out of the country by the Resistance, due to his randy ways. Del and Rodney notice all the villagers seem to have mariner's beards. Del, Trig, and Denzil pre-arranged a dodgy booze scam at Duty Free using Denzil's empty van much to Rodney's annoyance.
When they arrive they discover an illegal immigrant has seemingly stowed away in their van. Naming him Gary, they house him, only to find he has escaped. Sadly the connection between Boycie's important business deal with a millionaire, and his missing son, isn't made. They wind up in Les Nick, arrested as The Gary Gang! After 41 years in the flat, it could be goodbye, something Del and Rodney are determined will not happen. But memories of the past, particularly of the infamous Freddie Robdal and the romance he shared with their beloved mother, Joan, threatens to divide the brothers.
Meanwhile, Marlene has disappeared and everyone is convinced that Boycie has murdered her, even his best friends are so certain of his guilt.
Elsewhere, Trigger has become fascinated by science fiction and is enthralled by programmes such as The X-Files, which leads to some bizarre moments from him — who it could be said lives on a planet all of his own anyway, whilst Sid has big plans for the future of the Nag's Head. One of the "Lost Episodes". Filmed and broadcast in , the scene is set in an upper class restaurant and has a rather funny ending!
The one-off episode was produced by the Maureen Oilfield Consortium as an educational video to be shown in British schools. The character who cons Del is played by Scottish actor Iain Blair. The film does not feature a laugh track, unlike most episodes of the show but similarly to several other one-off specials which were made.
The character of Grandad, played by Lennard Pearce, wears a new hazel-coloured cardigan and his neck scarf and undershirt are uncharacteristically clean and bright looking in this episode. Ironically, as this was his final outing before his death, he also looks much healthier than in previous episodes, though this could be the result of toning down the makeup used as the film is not as dependent on lighting techniques as it uses a much higher quality film stock than the one deployed in the television series episodes.
This appearance of health may also be helped by the unusual cleanliness of his garments which are always stained and unkempt in his previous appearances. One of Grandad's last significant lines is in response to Del telling him to wake up during the oil film as the film is 'exciting'.
He says, 'I know. I'm getting excited with my eyes shut. He had an honest face. In fact, he reminded me of you, Del. Del is investigated by a BBC consumer expert. Del, Rodney and Albert arrive at Drury Lane in London, thinking they are delivering dodgy goods to Chunky Lewis, a nightclub owner in the West End. Unfortunately they take a wrong turn and end up walking into the middle of the Royal Variety performance, where they mistake the Duchess of York Fergie for Chunky Lewis. Performed on 24th November Del, Rodney and Uncle Albert send a message to the troops.
A short scene, based entirely in the flat, featuring a young Damien. The first half features Del and Rodney slipping in references to other TV shows featuring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst e. A Touch of Frost, Goodnight Sweetheart before the duo come out of character and make an appeal to camera for donations for Comic Relief. It made cockneys out of everyone born within earshot of BBC1. And put Peckham on the map". A fool worthy of Dickens or Shakespeare".
The voice of reason, yin to Del's yang. Two GCE's and not an ounce of sense". Family and friends, loyalty and decency, curry and chips. It handles the heavy stuff - thwarted dreams, miscarriage and even death. But can still turn this unpromising material into comedy gold sometimes in a single sentence".
Del's got older, milder, then richer. Rodders has grown some sense and jowls. And it's all 'real', not padding"! The boys started off on their usual journey but this time came away with their dream of becoming rich realised, but only once Sullivan had realised all the dreams they didn't know they had by having them grow up, become kind to each other and everyone else and turn into fully rounded human beings".
Filmed in and reportedly shown in New Zealand and Australia, it features Boycie showing Del the latest available model. It's been emotional. It's been gripping. But most of all it's been completely hilarious. But what is it about this Peckham posse that makes their marketplace wheelings and dealings so endearing to generations? Who would know better than the show's writer and the cast? For the first time ever John Sullivan, David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst and the real faces behind Boycie, Trigger, Raquel, Cassandra and the gang reveal the secrets behind the success of this huge comedy hit.
On location at Nelson Mandela House and at the Nag's Head, we discover the behind-the-scenes stories, the stars reveal their own favourite memories and we learn just how they went about making us love Britain's biggest plonkers.
Extended interview with David Jason who plays the part of Delboy in the BBC comedy. Extended interview with Nicholas Lyndhurst, who plays the part of Rodney in the BBC comedy. Who knew that David Beckham was a personal friend of Delboy? All was revealed when Beckham dropped into Peckham to star in a very special Only Fools and Horses sketch in aid of Sport Relief What a plonker! Extended interview with Nicholas Lyndhurst who plays the part of Rodney in the BBC Comedy.
It's and Joan is still keeping the Trotter fortunes afloat. She is holding down two jobs - one at the Ritz cinema and the other as Freddie Robdal's charlady. Meanwhile Del is trying to become a movie director. After flogging one-legged turkeys from the back of a three-wheeled van, Del's confident at last he's onto a winner with Trigger's consignment of Old English vinyl briefcases. How can his brother Rodney even think of abandoning the high-flying world of trading for a real job? Rodney's depressed.
His mate Mickey Pearce has moved in on his bird - Monica of the fat thighs - and life isn't exactly a social whirl. Del has the solution - they'll all be millionaires in a year!
Cue his smooth friend Boycie and a very dodgy deal Del's swooping in on the deal of a lifetime - it could keep them in Pilau rice forever. All he has to do is get hold of a poxy statue. Trouble is, he hasn't reckoned on a touch of gang warfare. Del's rekindled passion with old flame Pauline and it looks like wedding bells are in the air again. Rodney's not so thrilled after what happened to her first two husbands Del has a dream: The Trotter corporate skyscraper, rising majestically against the Peckham skyline.
It's time for the latest moneymaking scam, Trotter's Ethnic Tours. But, why are there no takers? The threat of nuclear war looms over Peckham. What will become of the Nag's Head if the Russians attack? One things guaranteed: the Trotters will be sitting pretty in their DIY shelter Rodder's besmirching the good reputation of the Trotter family by dating a policewoman Del's busy selling Trig's gran's genuine antique urns. Trouble is, one of them is Trig's Grandad's last resting place!
Del and Boycie are set to play the biggest poker game Peckham's ever seen But what exactly has Boycie got up his sleeve? Rodney's got himself a bird at last! Unfortunately, she's no spring chicken and her jailbird husband is about to be released Del's got a job painting a Chinese restaurant - but is he wise to get some help from Rodney 'Leonardo' Trotter? The Trotter family holiday is underway when Grandad runs into a bit of trouble with the Spanish police. Del introduces the Dresden-collecting aristocracy to some North Korean porcelain and his chandelier-cleaning service.
Del Boy uses Rodney's election as chairman of the local tenants' association to plot a move to ground-floor accommodation. Rodney breaks up the Trotter partnership to go it alone - with Mickey Pearce! Does Mickey's trip to the Costas mean that the duo are opening a Spanish branch already?
The Trotters visit Devon for a weekend's fishing but get involved with an escaped 'psycho' from the local mental hospital.
Del Boy falls for posh tart Miranda when she comes to view a 'Queen Anne' cabinet, but Miranda is more interested in the painting that the boys' Gran lifted from her art dealer employer. Slater is on the track of a stolen microwave oven and Del Boy is in the frame. Rodney is on the run after he is accused of being the 'Peckham Pouncer' - but where is that fragrant smell, wafting through the ventilation ducts of Nelson Mandela House, coming from?
What is Corrinne going to say when she finds out that her canary is brown bread? Rodney's in love with Debbie from the newsagents. Could this mean the end of his dirty magazine fetish? The Trotters are potless, so Uncle Albert comes to the rescue by having an 'accident' with the open cellar door of the Nag's Head.
Rodney is the drumless drummer in Mental Micky's band, 'A Bunch Of Wallies'. Del Boy takes on the job of manager, getting them an abortive St. Paddy's night gig at The Shamrock Club. Del's on to a great money making scheme - looking after Boycie and Marlene's new puppy Dukie for a steal at £60 a week.
Should be a doddle - a bit of the old Pedigree Chum and they should be away. Then Dukie falls victim to Salmonella poisoning Del sets Rodney up with a date, but when she gets to the do at the Nag's Head she makes Rodney wish he hadn't.
When Del Boy's hooky 'louvry' door deal, financed with Denzil's redundancy money, falls through, the boys attempt to repay him by catching a rare butterfly. When a German damsel turns up in the Nag's Head, she's definitely in distress - and nine months pregnant at that. Rodney's all beer and sympathy, but Del's got an idea - could this be the answer to Boycie and Marlene's dreams of a child and a golden opportunity to make a few bob along the way?
Del Boy gets religion when the Madonna at the local church is seen to shed tears. But why does she only cry when it's raining, and where did that lead in Del's garage come from?
A burglar makes a daring raid on the local supermarket just as Del and family are out buying their weekly French stick. What's worse, Del sold him a duff watch down the local market Del's tampered with the sunbed controls and Rodney's seeing red - literally!
His face is done to a turn. He'll hardly wow Trigger's niece, Lisa, with his handsome good looks now, which leaves the way pretty clear for Del himself. But revenge should certainly be sweet when Rodders volunteers Del for a spot of hanggliding. Rodney gets a grant from the local college to make a film, but first he must come up with a viable screenplay. Del gets him a secondhand typewriter, and also suggests a storyline of 'A Rhino Loose in the City'.
To make matters worse, the director, Mickey Pearce, fed up with waiting for Rodney to write the story, starts making porn films, only for Rodney to end up starring in one. Del Boy gets the chance to make a new start and to become a millionaire in Australia - fronting Jumbo Mill's used car business. Del Boy's on the up and into the exciting world of red braces and yuppy sorts.
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The show follows the lives of the Trotters, who try and try again to make it rich in the stubborn and often reluctant world they live in. Antics ensue as this lovable family with an excellent supporting character cast tries and fails to become richer than their wildest dreams.
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