Rodney's wedding day is approaching and Del promises him 2000 pounds as a present. However, Del also owes the Driscoll brothers the same amount and they want their money. During the wedding... See full summary »

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Rodney's wedding day is approaching and Del promises him 2000 pounds as a present. However, Del also owes the Driscoll brothers the same amount and they want their money. During the wedding ceremony Rodney's middle name is revealed and laughter ensues. Written by ledostef,blackpool

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David Jason thought Rodney's wedding was extraordinary because it meant he wasn't a lad anymore. Some of Jason's tears during the Simply Red song "Holding Back the Years" were real. See more »

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A classic 'Fools'
29 May 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is one of the most memorable and best loved episodes of 'Only Fools' as it is able to show all the qualities that made the show so good. It's very funny in places, and also very sad, and that's a testament to the writing of John Sullivan, whose script is so beautifully crafted.

There's so much fun to be found in the scenes involving the Driscoll Bopthers in the pub, as well as the church ceremony where we hear what Rodney's middle name is.

However, the scene that is the most iconic in this episode is where Del is left alone at the wedding reception as Rodney leaves for his new life. It is played out beautifully by Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst.

If you want to see an example of 'Fool's at its best, look no further.


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