Uncle Albert's birthday looms on the horizon, and Del Boy books The Nag's Head for private drinks and a party. Trigger surprises everyone by inviting a date he met through an agency. This ... See full summary »

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Uncle Albert's birthday looms on the horizon, and Del Boy books The Nag's Head for private drinks and a party. Trigger surprises everyone by inviting a date he met through an agency. This arouses Del's curiosity and soon he too has a date from the match-making company. Rodney takes the initiative by going for the 'James Dean' look, though this ends in disaster due to an encounter with some punks. Things look rosy for Del though. His date with Raquel Turner (unemployed actress) goes swimmingly... until it turns out she is works as a strippergram twice a week. Despite a small run in with the police, love conquers all in the end. Written by Rune Thandy

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Raquel mentions to Del that she had a line in a Doctor Who episode about 10 years earlier, and Tessa Peake-Jones, who plays Raquel, played Marta in 'The Time Of The Doctor' (25th Dec 2013) 25 years, to the day, later. See more »

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When the police drives out of the Nags Head car park after arresting Del the bonnet of the car is damaged from earlier in the show, but when the car pulls up outside the police station there is no damage to the car. See more »

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References Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) See more »

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Nothing Can Come Between Us
Written by Andrew Hale, Sade (as Sade Adu) and Stuart Matthewman
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A True Classic
6 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Uncle Albert's birthday looms on the horizon, and Del Boy books The Nag's Head for private drinks and a party.

Trigger surprises everyone by inviting a date he met through an agency. This arouses Del's curiosity and soon he too has a date from the match-making company.

Rodney takes the initiative by going for the 'James Dean' look, though this ends in disaster due to an encounter with some punks.

TriggerThings look rosy for Del though. His date with Raquel Turner (unemployed actress) goes swimmingly... until it turns out she works as a stripper-gram twice a week. Despite a small run in with the police, love conquers all in the end.


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