When work at the Manor is stopped because it is a listed building, the hapless brickies decide to go to the local village, where they are treated with suspicion.
Did You Know?
In joke: Mr Treadaway was named after Dick Clement's former bank manager. (He is the man in the Cross Keys who complains about his stool being taken by Barry.) Treadaway's successor at the bank was a Mr Oxlade, which is also the name of a character later on in the series (his pool is used by the lads by mistake). See more
Oz claims that the trout can't hear him - this in fact untrue. Also he tickles them in the middle of the stream, and walks up to them, which would scare them away. Real trout tickling or "guddling" is done over the side of a riverbank, and it would be nearly impossible to catch them the way Oz does here. See more
References The Wild Bunch