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  • Actors: David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Buster Merryfield, Tessa Peake-Jones, Gwyneth Strong
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: 2 Entertain Video
  • DVD Release Date: 12 July 2004
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002ADWB2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,570 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Del, Rodney and Uncle Albert return in this 1993 Christmas special. While Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) is worn out by Cassandra's rigorous baby-making schedule, Del's (David Jason) relationship with Raquel has hit a rocky patch. When Del begins to romance a dental receptionist, Rodney attempts to effect a reconciliation with Raquel, but the Peckham riots might put paid to his best efforts.

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No income tax, no VAT and certainly no guarantee of anything but laughs in this feature-length episode featuring the three-wheel-dealing Trotters in a spot of conjugal bother. Marital affairs have taken a turn for the worse for the Trotters. Rodney finds himself exhausted by Cassandra's punishing procreative schedule, while Del finds himself single again. Late nights and too many Harvey Wallbangers have left his marriage on the rocks. Not that it worries the carefree Trotter. He's pulled at the dentists and is on to a winner with his latest Russian imports - infra-red , see-in-the-dark video cameras. However, the time does come for Del to attempt a reconciliation with Raquel (with some "help" from Rodders). It's not going to be easy. There's riots on the streets of Peckham and Del's scorned dental date is paying him sinister attention...

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 14 May 2007
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christmas,1993 and this little gem appeared,a play on the film fatal attraction,fatal extraction uses the stalker syndrome from the film and mixes it with the humour that only fools contains.

The story follows del as he is ignoring fatherhood and his significant other in favour of casinos and drinking,the truth is he is after a consignment of russian camcorders but doesnt let on so raquel is worried and starting to doubt dels commitment.

Life for rodney is going well,and albert is just albert so the trio are having mixed fortunes,when raquel leaves del,del being del asks a woman out on the same day,when he gets shouted at for doing that he calls the date off but keeps seeing the woman everywhere he goes,amidst this del has a sore tooth,hence the clever pun of the title.

This is a 34 carrot gold episode packed with wit that defies brilliance,stunning if the truth be told.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Bishop on 9 April 2005
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Another great Christmas only fools and glad to say this time it is christmas at the trotters.
Damien wants a pet, Raquel wants out and del is out all night gambling the night away trying to land a deal for a load of ex russian army camcorders BUT THERE IS ONE PROBLEM " you have to be jeff capes to use them.
Rodney and cass are still trying for a BBQ ooops i mean baby and Rodders has to wait for that phone call to tell him that cassandra has reached the right temperture.
Peckham is experiencing nightly riots and del boys singing starts another as he stumbles home one night as drunk as a skunk.
But one of the most classic moments in this christmas extravaganza is when the trotter family arrive home in their capri gia in a middle of a riot and the police and rioters part like the red sea for moses.
Del has also tried to satisfy his ego by seeing if he can still pull the odd sort and aranges a date with the dental receptionist when raquel had only left him that morning.
Rodders and uncle albert convince him that would be the wrong move and el boy leaves a message on the womans message machine.
Every where del seems to go the receptionist sort seems to be there and del boy starts to get paronoid and anxious but when he comes home and finds the woman in his flat talking to raquel about buying damiens old high chair del boy decides to sort the woman out.
he then decides to go to the womans place of work and it seems in the end that del boy has got his wires crossed !!! OR HAS HE!!
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Bought as a present for my husband, this was the only episode he did not have. As usual it did not disappoint. Full of one liners, entendres, a good story line and a laughter factor off the scale. David Jason as Delboy plays the lovable rogue with a heart of gold and always looking out for his family. The show would not be complete without Nicholas Lyndhurst as Rodney. Even with all their dodgy friends and associates who wouldn't want to be a friend of the Trotters. Although made in 1981 it doesn't show the age of time like so many other programs of its era.
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By Angel on 20 Jun. 2011
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A tongue in cheek version of Fatal Attraction as only Del-boy can do. When Del and his significant other have a falling out, Del-Boy stubbornly decides he is now a single man. With a trip to the dentist for toothache, he takes a shine to the receptionist, asking her out on a date. When Raquel returns home and makes up with Del, he suddenly realises he has made a mistake offering to take the receptionist on a date, so he cancels the date. That's when the fun starts for Del!
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By TRACY on 14 July 2009
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I LOVE ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES AND THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST.... I SAW ONE WITH DEL SINGING ' ONE VOICE' AND RODNEY TAKING OUT NERVOUS NERIS IN THE VAN, BUT I DIDNT KNOW WHICH ONE IT WAS, AND GREAT JOY WHEN I FOUND IT AND THIS IS IT!!!!! FAB!!!! YOU CAN WATCH THEM OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND ALWAYS LAUGH, GREAT BRITISH COMEDY !!!!!!!
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By BC on 30 Dec. 2012
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This is another great episode. I think some bits may have been missing from when it was originally transmitted but it is only moments, and I don't think you can buy a DVD where this is not the case. It's another one in my collection and I'm completely happy with it. Arrived quickly, packaged well. Definitely recommend.
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Here we go again - the legend that is Del Boy. I don't know how David Jason and the rest of the ensemble can be so unfailingly brilliant. The part where Rodney thinks the gerbil is a mouse is hysterical. If you need a tonic or are feeling down, just put this on on and I guarantee you will feel better within minutes.
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Comedy set in a 60s council flat with David Jason as an entrepreneur and his brother and 'uncle'. Watching this London based cockney series should be obligatory for everyone at least once....It is so funny
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