Del is having health problems - stomach aches - and the usual cash flow problem, so, to raise money, he organizes a series of séances run by Albert's psychic friend Elsie, who correctly ... See full summary »

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Del is having health problems - stomach aches - and the usual cash flow problem, so, to raise money, he organizes a series of séances run by Albert's psychic friend Elsie, who correctly predicts Marlene's pregnancy. When Elsie tells him his mother wants him to go to the doctor about his pains Del reluctantly agrees and ultimately finds he has Irritable Bowel Syndrome, which is not life threatening but requires a very strict health food diet. This is not really to his liking but a bigger shock comes when Rodney tells him he and Cassandra are getting married. Written by don @ minifie-1

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5 February 1989 (UK)  »

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Neither Trigger's nor Boycie's real name is revealed during the run of the show, although Boycie's middle name is revealed to be Aubrey in the episode "Sickness and Wealth". See more »

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Del Boy: There is nothing wrong with me. I just got normal pains.
Uncle Albert: When you came in tonight you flopped straight down that chair in agony.
Del Boy: You don't understand unc' that is PMA.
Rodney: I thought only woman got that!
Del Boy: No Rodney that is PMP.
Del Boy: PMA is Positive Mental Attitude.
Del Boy: It's the new buzz word, what all us yuppies get.
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References Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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Where Is Your Love?
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Written and Performed by Gail Ann Dorsey
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