Only Fools And Horses - A Royal Flush
Trotters Independent Trading Company comes face to face with the creme-de-la-menthe of British nobility...
Del decides a visit to the opera is the perfect opportunity for Rodders to impress his new 'friend', the daughter of the Duke of Maylebury. However, munching a packet of crisps through the duet and whistling along to the aria, is more Peckham Astoria than Covent Garden. When Rodney is then invited on a shooting weekend, he hardly needs Del to arrive, enter the clay pigeon shoot with a borrowed sawn-off shotgun, and confide in the Duke that he plans to announce the engagement of the Duke's daughter and his brother in "Country Life, The Times and the Peckham Echo".
Please note that whilst Only Fools And Horses DVDs are notorious for being heavily cut, this episode is the most bloody of the bunch.
First released: Monday 9th May 2005
- Distributor: BBC Worldwide
- Region: 2
- Discs: 1
- Subtitles: English
- Catalogue: BBCDVD1562
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