The boys have returned from Germany and gone their separate ways. Dennis has set up his own business, Oz has been to the Falklands and back, Neville is unemployed, Wayne has entered a disastrous marriage, Moxey has been in prison, and Bomber has returned to wrestling. Written by
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Oz and his Irish friend refer to the Falkland Islanders as Bennies. This name came about at the time of the Falklands War and just after and was given to them by British troops on service there. As Oz says, this was after the character in "Crossroads" (1964), who was often to be seen wearing a bobble cap like the islanders. Benny was a bit of a stupid character, so this was not taken to kindly by the islanders themselves. See more
The prison guard Mr Galloway tells Moxey and his friend that they must finish the room by nightfall, even if it takes them until tomorrow morning. This is perhaps a scripted joke. See more
They'll probably be in the Bel and Dragon, drinking penis coladas til dawn.
References The Muppet Show
One in Ten
by UB40 (on Trevor's radio) See more