History Characters / OnlyFoolsAndHorses

20th May '16 11:33:40 AM scorchx
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* The Dog Bites Back: Is antagonistic towards the others due to being bullied by them as a child.

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* The Dog Bites Back: TheDogBitesBack: Is antagonistic towards the others due to being bullied by them as a child.
20th May '16 11:31:50 AM scorchx
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* The Dog Bites Back: Is antagonistic towards the others due to being bullied by them as a child.
7th Mar '16 4:03:26 PM MrThorfan64
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* {{Hypocrite}}: Played for laughs, in that he'll often criticise Del's schemes but go along with them anyway.



* NotSoAboveItAll: Doesn't like Del's plans, but often shows himself willing to take part in them. Well-demonstrated in "Friday the 14th" where he tells Del how immoral Salmon-poaching is, then when Del says he and Grandad will split the money between them, Rodney replies "Now I didn't say I wouldn't come."



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26th Nov '15 2:53:56 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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* ThoseTwoGuys: With Jevon before the latter's disappearance.
26th Sep '15 4:33:10 PM robodirect
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* SelfMadeMan: He went to school with Del and managed to make himself a millionaire years before Del did.
30th Jul '15 9:23:40 AM TellAll111
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* KnightOfCerebus: While he has his humerous moments, his solo appearance causes serious tension within the Trotter household.


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* KnightOfCerebus: While he is still a humorous character, the lengths he'll go to get one over on Del is portrayed with absolute seriousness.
12th Jun '15 1:06:48 AM robodirect
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* RetiredBadass: "badass" is probably pushing it but he was a gunrunner and mercenary during the Spanish civil war.
10th Jun '15 9:47:47 AM OlfinBedwere
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* InSeriesNickname: "Boomerang Trotter," for his ability to come back from any ship sinking. Rodney, on the other hand, thinks "Jonah" would be more appropriate.[[note]](Note that in this context, Jonah refers to the British comic character {who had a similar habit of sinking ships} rather than the biblical Jonah)[[/note]]
5th Jun '15 3:14:13 AM OlfinBedwere
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* StraightMan: More pronounced in the first half of the show's run, where he was this to Del and Grandad, though occasionally his naivety would be contrasted with Del's experience and more streetwise nature. In latter episodes Raquel mostly took over the role, with Rodney becoming more bumbling and awkward, though he was still the saner one of him and Del.

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* StraightMan: More pronounced in the first half of the show's run, where he was this to Del and Grandad, Grandad (and later Uncle Albert), though occasionally his naivety would be contrasted with Del's experience and more streetwise nature. In latter episodes Raquel mostly took over the role, with Rodney becoming more bumbling and awkward, though he was still the saner one of him and Del.


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* SanityBall: He was occasionally capable of acting as the voice of reason, most notably in "Tea for Three."
1st Jun '15 2:26:41 AM OlfinBedwere
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* StraightMan

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* StraightMan
NotSoAboveItAll: The first time we see him he agrees on a scheme with Del to, for all intents and purposes, embezzle the brewery. He also indirectly admits more than once to watering down his beer, and is also seen selling Denzil a plate of stew for £1, and then selling a yuppie the exact same meal for £2.50.
* StraightMan: Comparatively speaking he's this to the collection of characters who frequent the Nag's Head, though he has more than a few foibles of his own.
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