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Miami Twice: 'The American Dream' 

At Damien's christening, Del does a deal with the vicar to supply 'pre-blessed' Romanian altar wine, only it turns out to be white. In an effort to get Rodney back with Cassandra Del ... See full summary »

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At Damien's christening, Del does a deal with the vicar to supply 'pre-blessed' Romanian altar wine, only it turns out to be white. In an effort to get Rodney back with Cassandra Del suggests a trip to Miami, Del already having bought the tickets with Rodney's pension money. However, Cassandra has a heavy work load and is unable to get time off so the Trotter brothers do Miami together. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Because cast and crew were booked on Virgin Atlantic, Richard Branson wanted a cameo in the episode. David Jason said he was a great publicist, and a charming man, but not among the world's greatest actors. Jason assumed he would get free rides and regular upgrades after that but nothing came of it. See more »

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When Del drives from the church to the pub after Damien's christening he pulls up in his Capri and parks at an angle about 4 feet from another car. In the next shot of Del exiting the car, the Capri is a matter of inches from the other vehicle See more »

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Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter: [at the airport, Virgin Atlantic a man is in Del Boy's way] Hey, 'scuse me, what's your game, pal, eh? Blimey. Anyone would think he owns the plane.
[the man turns around and it's Richard Branson]
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References Hill Street Blues (1981) See more »

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Every Heartbeat
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Written by Amy Grant, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Charlie Peacock
Performed by Amy Grant
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