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    Posted: 26 Oct 2020 at 2:26pm
I think a lot of it is down to troll the sort of people who get offended by others getting offended and therefore improves my enjoyment of it.LOL
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In 'watching the girls go by', they have censored the line when Del says some of his ex girlfriend's are dead. I don't know how that's offended someone.
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Plot Hole #4287

In the episode Health Competition where Rodney goes it alone with Mickey Pearce they go to the auction and were going to bid for the cut glass goblets until they decided to go for the agricultural machinery.  Mickey tells Rodney to bid for the goblets once the bidding starts but Rodney tells him they will wait for the agricultural machinery instead because they think Del is after them because of his warning that they were scrap metal.

So it cuts to the next scene where they are looking at the rubbish they bought and Del has the cut glass goblets and they ask what did he get.  Yet they were at the auction and would have seen Del bidding for them because the auction for the goblets was before the lawnmower engines.

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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Probably been mentioned before, but has anyone ever noticed the similarity in storyline between the 2002 OFAH Christmas special 'Strangers on the Shore' and the One Foot in the Grave Christmas special from '97 'Endgame'?

I have a feeling you already know the answer to this question posting it on here

Actually no, otherwise I wouldn't have mentioned it. But I had assumed it had been brought up before.

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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Probably been mentioned before, but has anyone ever noticed the similarity in storyline between the 2002 OFAH Christmas special 'Strangers on the Shore' and the One Foot in the Grave Christmas special from '97 'Endgame'?

I have a feeling you already know the answer to this question posting it on here
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Probably been mentioned before, but has anyone ever noticed the similarity in storyline between the 2002 OFAH Christmas special 'Strangers on the Shore' and the One Foot in the Grave Christmas special from '97 'Endgame'?
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So you're seriously suggesting OFAH is somehow lacking in verisimilitude?

You mean your life isn't in timelapse and doesn't feature a laughter track?
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As if he would happen to have a load of free passes on him and him out drinking
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In The Jolly Boys Outing. Del and Mike bump into Mike's old rival in the toilets in the Whitbread. He tells them he now owns a nightclub in Margate were upon Del tells him they're on a beano to Margate and if he gives them a few complementaries he'll bring the rest of them down to the club. Yet they would have been heading home only for the bus blowing up and the rail strike Confused

Edited by Denis Irwin - 09 Oct 2020 at 8:58pm
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Watching Quadrophenia.
One minute they are in Croydon next minute they are in Shepherds Bush Bush Bush Bush.

Lazy.


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Originally posted by BigStrongMan BigStrongMan wrote:

Originally posted by theheff1989 theheff1989 wrote:

Originally posted by Jackal Jackal wrote:

In the episode when they go to Denzil's flat, the clock says ten to two, five seconds later the clock says half two.

Del maybe sold him the clock? 
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Originally posted by theheff1989 theheff1989 wrote:

Originally posted by Jackal Jackal wrote:

In the episode when they go to Denzil's flat, the clock says ten to two, five seconds later the clock says half two.

Del maybe sold him the clock? 
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Originally posted by Jackal Jackal wrote:

In the episode when they go to Denzil's flat, the clock says ten to two, five seconds later the clock says half two.

Del maybe sold him the clock? 
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In the episode when they go to Denzil's flat, the clock says ten to two, five seconds later the clock says half two.

Edited by Jackal - 19 Jul 2020 at 10:19pm
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

The one where Albert falls down the cellar is on. Del during the court hearing refers to him as the "Jimmy Saville of Peckham" the connotations of that nowadays  LOL
Wonder how long it will be before that bit gets edited out? LOL
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Watched a couple to cheer me up when the lockdown was getting to me. I love that one where the Indian lads rip Del off. 


Great episode

"Kuvera was one of India's premier wicket keepers" LOL
When he is talking about his land and Del turns around to the lad he had thumped in the bollocks and says: 'he has a couple of acres and all'.LOL
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Watched a couple to cheer me up when the lockdown was getting to me. I love that one where the Indian lads rip Del off. 


Great episode

"Kuvera was one of India's premier wicket keepers" LOL
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Watched a couple to cheer me up when the lockdown was getting to me. I love that one where the Indian lads rip Del off. 
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