Eager to forge new business contacts, Del befriends Vimmal Malik, a wealthy businessman who seems eager to work with Trotters Independent Traders. After a dance at the Camberwell Chamber of Trade, Del and Vimmal are cornered by Mr Ram and his heavy boys. It seems that Vimmal is holding onto a pricey porcelain family heirloom that belongs to the Ram family - and they want it back. In order to make an impression, Del offers to mediate between the two men, especially because Mr Ram is willing to pay four grand for the return of the statue to his family. Unluckily for Del the four grand is just a ruse and he ends up losing a fortune to Vimmal and Mr Ram, a couple of con men touring the country using the same scam on local businessmen wherever they go. Written by
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The idea for the script was based purely on the name of the episode "Cash And Curry", from that the script was devised. See more
Both Vimmal and Mr Rham tell the Trotter brothers that they cannot communicate or speak to each other in order to negotiate over the statue because they are both of different castes, but at the start of the episode Mr Rham waits for Vimmal in the car park and they argue with each other. See more
[During a heated exchange about living conditions
You had a Persian rug with more food on it than a menu!
Only Fools And Horses
Written by John Sullivan
Performed by John Sullivan See more