Only Fools and Horses

Miami Twice (2) - S99-E11

Audio problem: Del and Rodney are on the plane to Miami. Rodney tells Del to take the headphones off. Del's mouth says 'what, these?', but it is overdubbed with a laugh.

Fatal Extraction - S99-E13

Audio problem: In one of the scenes where you see Del trying to sell some ski wear at the market, his lips are obviously saying something totally different to what he actually says. They have dubbed over the original soundtrack.

The Class of '62 - S7-E4

Audio problem: When Del invites all his mates round to his flat after the reunion, they start to go through a number of photos. When Del shows them the photo of the school football team, Trigger says, "There's that Italian kid, good player, what was his name?" But if you look closely, Trigger's voice has been dubbed over. Instead, he says, "There's that Italian Prat."

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A Losing Streak - S2-E3

Audio problem: When Del is in the flat telling Grandad about him losing to Boycie in the pub, he says "only genuine weight watcher in London" however he doesn't say the word "genuine" but "only provo weightwatcher" which was obviously a topical gag at the time.

Friday the 14th - S3-E3

Audio problem: When Del, Rodney and Grandad are in the cottage, Del is scared to open the door. Rodney says "Well go on then Del, there's nothing to be frightened of now." There is a shot from behind Rodney when he begins to say this. Look closely at Rodney's mouth when he starts to say this; his lips aren't moving.

The Long Legs of the Law - S2-E1

Revealing mistake: At the very beginning of the episode, Leonard Pearce is waiting for the cue for his character to start looking for his teeth. He's standing in the living room, between his room and Del and Rodney's room. (00:00:25)

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Trigger: Problems, Dave?
Rodney: I don't want to talk about it Trig. You ever been wrongly accused of something?
Trigger: Yeah once.
Rodney: Yeah, How did you get out of it?
Trigger: Well I didn't - I was guilty.

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Trivia: 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.

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Chosen answer: An apparent long string of illnesses.

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