The Trotters take a trip down to Cornwall to make use of Boycie's country cottage for a spot of salmon poaching. The fishing trip should be a nice little earner with £10 a salmon being paid for by Mario's fish restaurant. Del thinks that Rodney, Grandad and he will catch the fish and split the profits 50-50 with Boycie for providing the accommodation - they just didn't bank on an escapee from the mental institute. On the rainy journey down to the cottage, a policeman stops their Robin Reliant and warns the tourists that a patient has escaped from the institute for the criminally insane - precisely a decade after he killed a party of weekend fishermen with an axe. Never one to let a psychotic killer get in the way of a nifty bargain, Del ignores the objections of Rodders and Grandad, and they settle down for their first night in the cottage. As the storm worsens, Rodney thinks he hears noises outside, and when a face appears at the window, he's convinced it's the killer. There's a ... Written by
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When the 'axe murderer' panics at the sound of a police helicopter, Del Boy says the line "No it's Barratt's". He is referring to a 1970's TV commercial in which the actor Patrick Allen flew in a helicopter over a new housing estate by Barratt Homes to promote their cheap starter homes. See more
So what are you telling me then? The psycho's upstairs having a kip?
Well he could be up there Del...
Well I shouldn't let it worry you, Grandad, cos the three bears have probably eaten him by now!
Spoofs Friday the 13th
Written by John Sullivan
Performed by John Sullivan See more