Only Fools and Horses

Only Fools and Horses (1981)

2 corrected entries in Strangers on the Shore

Strangers on the Shore - S9-E2

Corrected entry: Damien has his magazine wide open when Raquel is telling him how at age 21 a man grows up. But in the next shot when Del comes out of the bedroom on the phone, the magazine is now closed without Damien having time to shut it.

Correction: If you look carefully, just as the first shot ends, he closes it but it is literally just before the shot changes.

Joe Mc

Strangers on the Shore - S9-E2

Corrected entry: At the beginning of this episode, Del gets revenge on Boycie by squeezing a tub of onion purée into his hair gel. Later in the episode, Boycie visits Del in his flat and asks to stay a few nights since he has been locked out of the house without being able to take anything with him and wasn't allowed to go back until further notice. Raquel complains a few days later that Boycie keeps putting on his rotten hair gel then complaining about the smell. How could he keep putting it on if he had been evicted from his house and not allowed to go back?

Correction: The gel could have been in his pocket.

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