Rodney: [talking about how to get a date with a beautiful woman] Just be yourself.
Del Boy: Oh, leave it out, Rodney; I wanna be in with at least half a chance!
When Del is escaping in the van, there is a view from the side of the van and the door is almost completely shut. But in the next shot, which is a direct view of the back of the van, the door is wide open, allowing space for the toy dogs to fall out of the suitcase and onto the road. See more...
Towards the end of the episode, when Del is in the flat thinking about his life growing up and living there, you here a voiceover of Grandad (I THINK it's him but I can't remember 100%) saying: "Your dad always said that one day Del Boy would reach the top, but then again he used to say that one day Millwall would win the cup", (referring to football's FA Cup) and the joke being that both situations were unlikely. I just thought it was ironic as Millwall were in fact surprise finalists in the 2004 FA Cup final - and although they did not actually win it - I thought it was worth pointing out anyway. See more...
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|Title||Only Fools and Horses|
|Original entry||When Del and Rodney are in the Nag's Head for the first time, he introduces Trigger to Rodney as though they have never met. But if Del and Trigger went to the same school, surely Rodney would have known who Trigger was and why he is called "Trigger"? [Just because he's an old schoolmate of Del's dosen't mean that Rodney will automatically know him. My family don't know half the people that I went to school to.]|