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  • Dirty Barry




  • I think he was better in the earlier seasons. They made him a little too dim in later seasons.

    Yeah they definitely changed his character over the seasons. Early on he was a bit of a shady petty thief, a little dim, but that wasn’t played upon as much in early seasons. Rodney was actually a bit afraid of him - “Why do they call him Trigger, does he carry a gun?”

    In later seasons the shady petty crime aspect of his character was forgotten about and he was just a simpleton road sweeper.

    A great character though :D




  • tastyt wrote: »
    Dirty Barry

    Margaret Thatcher ruined his industry.




  • Margaret Thatcher ruined his industry.

    At last, someone's got something good to say about her.




  • Fancy an Indian?


    Great line! Definitely wouldnt get away with that scene these days!


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  • Great line! Definitely wouldnt get away with that scene these days!

    Why? It was supposed to be inappropriate in the scene. The Miranda only pretended to tolerate it because she wanted to scam them out of the painting. Rodney tried it later and got a slap across his Bo Grace.




  • Why? It was supposed to be inappropriate in the scene. The Miranda only pretended to tolerate it because she wanted to scam them out of the painting. Rodney tried it later and got a slap across his Bo Grace.

    oh yeh, thats true.




  • Take it on board if you wish.




  • I don't like being called a cowboy! No one's ever called me that before!! I am not a cowboy.

    Del: BRONCO




  • Roast bleedin' pork!


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  • Hell of a parting you've got there, son.




  • Tomorrow night on Yesterday TV. 8.00pm The Story of OFAH




  • Mr Trotter, when I said strip to the waste I meant the top half.




  • Del Boy " Uncle Albert don't mention During the war"
    Uncle Albert " During the 1939 to 1945 conflict with Germany"




  • Guess the episode :)




  • A few years ago I bought a bar mat for £50 that was used on the Nags Head pub set. My mother ended up throwing it in the bin as she thought it was an old one.




  • Guess the episode :)

    Hole in One




  • Guess the episode :)

    That's when Albert falls down into the pub cellar.




  • Hello Mike. How's that deep fryer Del sold you?




  • The Nal wrote: »
    Hello Mike. How's that deep fryer Del sold you?


    I want a word with you Trotter


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  • I binged on every episode quite a few years ago when I was sick, and no joke had me crying with laugher more than this beauty.

    Del: "Michael, Michael, please a bottle of champagne for my partner and me. And make it the best champagne. A bottle of that Dillingers 75. That's Prince Charles's favourite champagne that.

    Australian lad: "No, that's Bollingers."

    Del: "It's bloody true!"




  • I love the bit where Rodney announces he’s with a 40 year old and Del reckoned she was even too old for himself and then grandad replies “ i’d have to think twice” lol




  • Micky 32 wrote: »
    I love the bit where Rodney announces he’s with a 40 year old and Del reckoned she was even too old for himself and then grandad replies “ i’d have to think twice” lol

    Loved that bit as well . Hard to beat triggers cousins bus story for me .




  • spurshero wrote: »
    Loved that bit as well . Hard to beat triggers cousins bus story for me .

    Or Triggers broom




  • “. What do you prefer Rodney? Astro turf or grass?”

    “ i don’t know i never smoked astro turf”




    “ Yooooouuuuuu wally!”




  • Or Triggers broom

    A deep philosophical issue!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ship_of_Theseus

    triggers-broom-2.jpg




  • DEL: What do'ya mean it's a bit late. You said it was opened 24 hours a day?
    TRIGGER: Yeah - but not at night




  • WhiteMan32 wrote: »
    DEL: What do'ya mean it's a bit late. You said it was opened 24 hours a day?
    TRIGGER: Yeah - but not at night





  • It might sound weird given some of the subject matter but my memories of watching that show were wholesome ones. People might say it was offensive nowadays, however, the underlying sentiments conveyed in the program were anything but.


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  • steddyeddy wrote: »
    It might sound weird given some of the subject matter but my memories of watching that show were wholesome ones. People might say it was offensive nowadays, however, the underlying sentiments conveyed in the program were anything but.

    Yeah, this keeps coming up throughout this thread. People who assume loads of other people will be offended by it, but nobody has actually said they think it's offensive.

    I maintain that calling the mucic the black lads we playing "monkey music" is probably objectively offensive, but apart from that I don't think anyone has said they're actually offended by it.


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