Slater: Remember the days Del, all us lads down at the river playing Pirates? Trigger was Long John Silver, Boycie was the shipmate...what character did I play, Del?
Del: You played the bloke that walked the plank.
Slater: Yeah that's right, I was always the bloke that walked the plank. I was in and out of that water more times than a duck's head! I always wanted to be Blue Beard!
Del: Well you should've asked.
Slater: I did, but you'd never let me!
Del: I did...once.
Slater: Oh yeah, I remember that was the day that Blue Beard had to walk the plank, wasn't it.
Near the start, as Denzil drives away after seeing Del in a traffic jam, as you see the three-wheeled van, a boom mic can be seen reflected in the windscreen. See more...
The story behind why Trigger calls Rodney Dave is that apparently Roger Lloyd Pack kept getting names mixed up during rehearsals early on in the show's history. "Dave" came from David Jason when he was actually with Nicholas Lyndhurst [Rodney]. It stuck and quickly became part of the show's immense appeal. See more...
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|Title||Only Fools and Horses|
|Original entry||When Mickey Pearce is filming, Rodney walks in and says something, then turns and walks back into the kitchen. When the video is shown at the Nag's Head, Rodney turns the other way before walking out.|