Del employs younger brother Rodney as a member of Trotters' Independent Traders, despite warnings from his business colleagues. When Rodney decides to become the Trotters' financial adviser - monitoring the accounts and keeping Del's dodgy dealings in check - Del has second thoughts about their partnership. Cracks show in the partnership when Rodney inadvertently bungles a deal with Trigger. But despite Del's anger, it turns out that Rodder's advice would have prevented the purchase of 25 briefcases that are locked with the serial number inside. Del and Rodney have yet another row and 'Little Bruv' plans a career change. Desperate to make his mark on the world, Rodney decides to leave for Hong Kong - a great plan, if only he'd remembered his passport. Written by
Did You Know?
Del states that Trigger is called Trigger because he looks like a horse. The horse of the main protagonist played by Richard Harris
in the western A Man Called Horse
(1970) was called Trigger. See more
When Grandad is trying to play draughts on the talking chess game, the voice on the game talks before he presses the button. See more
That Sydney Potter's a good actor, ain't he, Rodney?
Only Fools And Horses
Written by John Sullivan
Performed by John Sullivan See more