It's been a good month for Trotter's Independent Trading Company. The unprecedented demand for ladies razors has meant Del and Rodney can escape the daily struggle for a while and enjoy life's rewards. Uncle Albert's unmissable hints about his forthcoming birthday means there's a celebration on the cards and the new computer dating agency means romance is in the air. While Rodney's afternoon cruise in the three - wheeler with Nervous Neris proves memorable for all the wrong reason
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Meet Derek Duvale - suave, sophisticated tycoon, and alter-ego of dodgy dealer Delboy Trotter. His ambition is to meet a girl who's refined enough to tell the difference between a bottle of Liebfraumilch and a bottle of Tizer. Only Fools and Horses - Dates is the feature-length episode first broadcast on Christmas Day 1988. It's been a good month for Trotter's Independent Trading Company. The unprecedented demand for ladies razors has meant Del and Rodney can escape the daily struggle for a while and enjoy life's rewards. Their attention turns to romance as Rodney scores a date with Nervous Nerys - an afternoon cruise in the three-wheeler which proves memorable for all the wrong reasons. Del joins a new computer dating agency and is excited about meeting Raquel, who's "not a bird, she's an actress" and sets out to impress her by taking her to lunch at the Hilton. Things are starting to get more serious and it looks like everything is going to work out 'lovely jubbly'.. that is until Uncle Albert's birthday knees-up celebration is called to a halt by a couple in naval uniform. The usual cast of rogues - Trigger, Boycie, Marlene and Mike - are on hand to assist our Peckham pioneers along the smooth path of life, love and laughs.
A feature-length story from Christmas 1988. The Trotters take a few days off because, for once, the business is not doing too badly. Uncle Albert is planning to celebrate his birthday in style while Del joins a dating agency and meets someone who he could see himself spending a lot of time with.