History Series / OnlyFoolsAndHorses

10th Sep '17 10:05:39 AM Aurelian
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* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship / HomeVersionSoundtrackReplacement: This has happened a lot on the DVD releases, made before blanket licensing deals were introduced in the UK, which would allow episodes to be released as originally broadcast. In some cases, entires scenes have been cut because a particular song is being played in the background. In "Time On Our Hands", "Our House" by Crosby, Stills and Nash has been replaced by a cover version sung by Helen Ruddy.
9th Jul '17 7:53:16 AM Aurelian
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Jevon, who was Mickey Pearce's trading partner in the sixth series, vanished without a trace after "The Jolly Boys' Outing". Unlike most of the other semi-regular characters that left the series, he was never mentioned again after his disappearance.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Jevon, who was Mickey Pearce's trading partner in the sixth series, vanished without a trace after "The Jolly Boys' Outing". Unlike most of the other semi-regular characters that left the series, he was never mentioned again after his disappearance. He was replaced by a SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Chris, who later also vanished without trace.
9th Jul '17 7:50:03 AM Aurelian
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* {{Christmas Special}}: Lots of them. After the final series aired in 1991, the show continued exclusively in episodes broadcast around Christmas time (although not all of them were actually set during Christmas).
9th Jul '17 7:46:14 AM Aurelian
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British SitCom running from 1981-1991, followed by a series of {{Christmas Special}}s from 2001-2003. The series followed the adventures of the Trotter family, who lived in a council flat in Nelson Mandela House, a tower block in Peckham, London, but aimed to become millionaires. They drove a yellow Reliant Regal van (frequently erroneously referred to as a Reliant Robin) and often frequented their local pub, ''The Nag's Head''.

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British SitCom running which aired in seven series from 1981-1991, followed by a series number of {{Christmas Special}}s from 2001-2003.until 2003. The series followed the adventures of the Trotter family, who lived in a council flat in Nelson Mandela House, a tower block in Peckham, London, but aimed to become millionaires. They drove a yellow Reliant Regal van (frequently erroneously referred to as a Reliant Robin) and often frequented their local pub, ''The Nag's Head''.
9th Jul '17 5:36:04 AM LentilSandEater
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** Boycie plays this trope straight, he's sleazy and smug and there really isn't an awful lot to like about him. Also his moustache is stupid.
*** One could argue he became ''slightly'' more sympathetic once he had [[Series/TheGreenGreenGrass his own turn in the spotlight]]. His attempts (and eventual success) to conceive a son were also something a [[MoralityPet small redeeming aspect]].

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** Boycie plays this trope straight, he's sleazy and smug and there really isn't an awful lot to like about him. Also his moustache is stupid. \n*** One could argue he He became ''slightly'' more sympathetic once he had [[Series/TheGreenGreenGrass his own turn in the spotlight]]. His attempts (and eventual success) to conceive a son were also something a [[MoralityPet small redeeming aspect]].
21st Jun '17 1:14:30 PM Nick7689
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** After the death of Kenneth [=MacDonald=], who portrayed Nag's Head landlord Mike, his character's absence was explained by him serving a prison sentence for embezzlement. Corrine, Denzil's wife, continued to be mentioned by Denzil long after actress Eva Mottley's death.

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** After the death of Kenneth [=MacDonald=], who portrayed Nag's Head landlord Mike, his character's absence was explained by him serving a prison sentence for embezzlement. Corrine, Denzil's wife, continued to be mentioned by Denzil long after actress Eva Mottley's death.
9th May '17 8:05:36 AM JamesAustin
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-->'''Reg''': ''[Dealing cards]'' One for me, dad, Rodney, [[TheLoneRanger Kemosabe]].

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-->'''Reg''': ''[Dealing ''[dealing cards]'' One for me, dad, Rodney, [[TheLoneRanger [[Radio/TheLoneRanger Kemosabe]].
30th Apr '17 4:18:01 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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British SitCom running from 19811991, followed by a series of {{Christmas Special}}s from 2001-2003. The series followed the adventures of the Trotter family, who lived in a council flat in Nelson Mandela House, a tower block in Peckham, London, but aimed to become millionaires. They drove a yellow Reliant Regal van (frequently erroneously referred to as a Reliant Robin) and often frequented their local pub, ''The Nag's Head''.

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British SitCom running from 19811991, 1981-1991, followed by a series of {{Christmas Special}}s from 2001-2003. The series followed the adventures of the Trotter family, who lived in a council flat in Nelson Mandela House, a tower block in Peckham, London, but aimed to become millionaires. They drove a yellow Reliant Regal van (frequently erroneously referred to as a Reliant Robin) and often frequented their local pub, ''The Nag's Head''.
30th Apr '17 4:17:49 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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British SitCom running from 19811991, with a series of {{Christmas Special}}s until 2003. The series followed the adventures of the Trotter family, who lived in a council flat in Nelson Mandela House, a tower block in Peckham, London, but aimed to become millionaires. They drove a yellow Reliant Regal van (frequently erroneously referred to as a Reliant Robin) and often frequented their local pub, ''The Nag's Head''.

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British SitCom running from 19811991, with followed by a series of {{Christmas Special}}s until 2003.from 2001-2003. The series followed the adventures of the Trotter family, who lived in a council flat in Nelson Mandela House, a tower block in Peckham, London, but aimed to become millionaires. They drove a yellow Reliant Regal van (frequently erroneously referred to as a Reliant Robin) and often frequented their local pub, ''The Nag's Head''.
30th Mar '17 3:03:48 PM outlander2012
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* MassOhCrap: In the episode ''Hole in One'', Del Boy, Rodney and their lawyer Solly Atwell have one of these when [[spoiler: they discover just how extensive Uncle Albert's record of falling down holes to claim compensation is]].
-->'''Rodney''': I don't believe it!
-->'''Del Boy''': It's a bloody nightmare, Rodney, it's a bloody nightmare! [[spoiler: He's been down more holes than Tony Jacklin!]]
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