Only Fools and Horses

Season 6 Episode 2

Danger UXD

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Jan 15, 1989 on BBC
9.6
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Danger UXD
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Just faking a signature on a delivery note means that Del can take possession of 50 dolls for absolutely nothing. The only problem is that "Lusty Linda" and "Erotic Estelle" are not exactly what he had in mind and would seem more appropriate to Dirty Barry's dubious trade rather than the local toyshop...moreless

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  • Denzel has a problem....his load of defective dolls didn't make it to the warehouse in time. Have no fear!...DelBoy quickly takes those gems off his hands and hopes to make quite an earner off of them. Dirty Barry, a TV announcement, propane, and the Trmoreless

    9.9
    The term ROTFLMAO almost literally applied to this episode!! I laughed so hard I almost fell off my perch :) Seeing most episodes for the first time as they come out on DVD, this particular one was a definitive first for me. It was hilarious. C'mon!...defective inflatable love dolls + the Trotters?! Classic!
Walter Sparrow

Walter Sparrow

Dirty Barry

Guest Star

Takashi Kawahara

Takashi Kawahara

Restaurant owner

Guest Star

Paul Cooper

Paul Cooper

Waiter

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Kenneth MacDonald

Kenneth MacDonald

Mike Fisher

Recurring Role

John Challis

John Challis

'Boycie'

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Roger Lloyd-Pack

Roger Lloyd-Pack

'Trigger'

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  • QUOTES (6)

    • Del: It's a videotape recorder, isn't it? It's got a little computer and everything. When you go on your holidays, this thing will record all your programmes for you.
      Uncle Albert: Amazing!
      Del: Yeah, nothing but the best.
      Uncle Albert: How does it know when you're on holiday?
      Del: You send it a postcard, don't you?

    • Albert: (to Del, pondering how to work the new video recorder) I thought you said an idiot could programme it?
      Del: Oh, yeah...Rod-ney!!

    • Boycie: Derek popped in to see me this afternoon.
      Trigger: How is he?
      Boycie: A lot richer than before he popped in to see me this afternoon. He sold me some video recorders, 70 pounds each, I snapped them up.
      Mike: 70 nicker each? What they fall off the back of a lorry?
      Boycie: If they did they were going around the bend in Düsseldorf!
      Mike: How'd you mean?
      Boycie: I've just discovered that these machines only work on the continental current. To make them work on the british system, would take a transformer the size of a suitcase, and an electrician of such genious i'd have to go head hunting at cape canaveral!

    • Albert: I thought the bloke you bought it from said an idiot could work it?
      Del: Yes, ye yes that's right yes! Rodney! Come along it's gone six o'clock!
      Rodney: Yes all right! Keep the noise down will yeh?
      Del: Cor blimey look at the state of that, I've seen blokes crawl out of potholes looking smarter than that.
      Albert: You got in late last light son, out with that little bird of yours, what's 'er name 'Cassandra'?

    • Del: Bloody hell! What have WE got ourselves into here?
      Rodney: Well this is your fault! You just go rushing into things and to Hell with the consequences!
      Del: That's because I've got a high profile!
      Rodney: Yeah! High profile and low forehead!

    • Rodney: Del, these dolls ain't called Barbie or Cindy. These dolls are called Lusty Linda and Erotic Estelle.
      Del: You can't have dolls with names like that.
      Rodney:You can if you go to the right shops.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Uncle Albert: You ever heard of John Barbirolli?
      Del: Yeah, of course I have.
      Uncle Albert: Sir John was one of the greats.
      Del: Barbara and Ollie were pretty good and all.

      Del fails to understand the reference to Sir John Barbirolli (1899-1970), the renowned conductor and cellist.

    • Del: Goodnes knows what he'll say if he sees Pepsi and Shirley here.

      Del names the two dolls after Helen "Pepsi" Demacque and Shirlie Holliman, the former Wham backing singers who had a short career as a duo in the late eighties.

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