Only Fools and Horses

Season 7 Episode 8

Miami Twice 2: Oh To Be In England

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Dec 25, 1991 on BBC
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Miami Twice 2: Oh To Be In England
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Del Boy and Rodney haven't been in Miami a day yet and they've had their camera stolen and then all their luggage and money as well. How lucky they bumped into these nice 'Family' boys at the night club and they can stay with them. What they don't know is that there is a Godfather involved and they are expendable. On the run in the Everglades is not a fun experience but maybe they will bump into someone they know!

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    Jackie Davis

    Jackie Davis

    Taxi driver

    Guest Star

    Barry Gibb

    Barry Gibb

    Himself

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    Joshua Rosen

    Joshua Rosen

    Tyler Boyce

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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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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Del attempts to ring home to say that he and Rodney had arrived, neither one of them realised that English time was in the middle of the night.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Boyce: Everything was going well, we were having a lovely holiday...
        Marlene: Shuddup moaning!
        Boyce: And then they turn up! And within 15 seconds some sods shooting at us!
        Marlene: You've done nothing but moan ever since we left Washington.
        Boyce: Get that bloody boat in for God's sake!

      • Rodney: He's going a long way out!
        Rico: Yeah! But he's enjoying himself!
        Rodney: Yeah I know that but Del can't even swim.
        Salavatorie: But I thought he said he had a certificate for swimming!
        Rodney: Well he does... but it ain't his!

      • Del: No way, Pedro.

      • Raquel: (watching a news report about Del's double) Public Enemy Number One? But he only left on Tuesday!

      • Rodney: I just called a Mafia boss a git!

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • When Del and Rodney get a lift from an old lady, Del calls her Miss Daisy. This is a reference to the 1987 play 'Driving Miss Daisy' by Alfred Uhry (and its 1989 film adaptation) about an old lady in the South. The lady in this episode even drives to the Piggly Wiggly supermarkt, just like the character in the play.

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