Del is getting into financial trouble - even his double-headed coin can't help him win. He's gambling away his money with no sign of stopping, and he's already £150 down. Nevertheless, when Boycie challenges him to a winner-takes-all poker game, Del is eager to host it in his flat in Mandela House. As the night progresses, Del's luck goes from bad to worse as he ends up owing Boycie all his money, the TITCO van, Grandad's cash, jewellery and even a collection of loose change. But all is not lost, as Del finally turns the tables on Boycie in revenge for fixing all the previous card games in his favour. Written by
Did You Know?
When Del Boy says "Buzby sent it down the line" after taking the money out of the telephone receiver, he is referring to the yellow cartoon bird who featured in the British Telecom commercials from 1976-80. Buzby was voiced by the actor Bernard Cribbins
who said the line "Make someone happy with a phone call". See more
When Del Boy is talking to Grandad about his recent luck, he says "What are the odds in picking the only genuine weight watcher in London". But when he says it his mouth doesn't match what he's saying. See more
Written by John Sullivan
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