The second series of John Sullivan's Peckham-based comedy, featuring the market trading activities of Del and Rodney Trotter. The episodes are: 'The Long Legs of the Law', 'Ashes to Ashes', 'A Losing Streak', 'No Greater Love', 'The Yellow Peril', 'It Never Rains', 'A Touch of Glass' and 'Diamonds are for Heather'.
Entire fourth series of the Peckham-based wheeler-dealer sitcom. In 'Happy Returns', Del (David Jason) is horrified to think that Rodney's (Nicholas Lyndhurst) new, nineteen-year-old girlfriend might well be the fruit of his youthful loins. 'Strained Relations' sees the Trotter clan gathered for Grandad's funeral (following the sad passing of actor Lennard Pearce in real life); but how keen will Del be to take in long-lost seafarer Uncle Albert (Buster Merryfield)? In 'Hole in One', Albert tries to help the boys out when they don't have enough money for Grandad's headstone. 'It's Only Rock and Roll' sees Del taking over as manager of Rodney's recently-formed rock band, while in 'Sleeping Dogs Lie', the Trotter brothers agree to look after Boycie and Marlene's 'puppy', Duke, while they are away on holiday. 'Watching the Girls Go By' sees Rodney in need of a date for the Nag's Head party after making a rash bet with Mickey Pearce, and in 'As One Door Closes', Del finally gets the chance to become a millionaire when an old friend cuts him in on a lucrative business deal in Australia. But will there be a place in the new set-up for Rodney and Albert?
Entire fifth series of the Peckham-based, wheeler-dealer sitcom. In 'From Prussia with Love' Del (David Jason) sees an opportunity for a nice little earner when Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) inadvertantly takes in a pregnant German girl. 'The Miracle of Peckham' sees Del exploiting a miracle at the local church. 'The Longest Night' has Del, Rodney and Albert (Buster Merryfield) taken hostage in a supermarket by the gun-toting Shadow. 'Tea for Three' sees Rodney and Del falling out over Trigger's comely niece, Lisa. 'Video Nasty' finds Rodney's chance to make a community film ruined by his double-dealing sibling. Finally, in 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire', Del gets the chance to realize his lifelong dream, but is he prepared to leave his family behind in order to move up in the world?
The entire sixth series of John Sullivan's Peckham-based comedy. In 'Yuppy Love', Del attempts to turn himself into a yuppy, while Rodney finds true love (this episode contains the famous 'falling through the bar' scene - voted one of television's top ten moments). 'Danger UXD' sees Del's newly acquired consignment of dolls not turning out to be quite what he expected, while in 'Chain Gang' the Trotters and chums are taken in by a cunning con man. 'The Unlucky Winner is...' sees Del, Cassandra and Rodney winning a holiday in the Mediterranean - the only snag being that Rodney must pretend to be fourteen years old! In 'Sickness and Wealth', Del becomes concerned that he may not have long for this world when he ends up in hospital. Finally, 'Little Problems' sees the arrangements for Rodney and Cassandra's impending marriage going awry when Del ends up in debt to the Driscoll brothers.
The entire seventh series of John Sullivan's hugely popular wheeler dealer sitcom. In 'The Sky's the Limit', Boycie asks Del Boy (David Jason) to try and retrieve his stolen satellite dish. 'The Chance of a Lifetime' sees Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) lose his job with Cassandra's dad, while Del thinks he can finally achieve his life-long dream. 'Stage Fright' finds Raquel making a singing comeback with Del as her manager, and in 'The Class of '62', the evil Roy Slater re-enters the Trotters' lives - but is he a reformed character? 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Uncle' sees Albert busy pumping iron and working out, while Rodney is on the slow slide into drink and depression, and in 'Three Men, a Woman and a Baby', Del looks forward to becoming a dad.