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Series Seven
Del and Raquel The Sky's The Limit

Transmitted: 30.12.1990
Duration: 50 minutes
Viewing Figures: 15 million

Raquel has moved in with Del, as has the newly separated Rodney. When Rodders isn't asleep on the couch he's drinking too much, or nursing hangovers.

While Cassandra and her mother travel to Spain for a holiday, Alan Parry - Cassie's Dad and Rodney's boss - visits Del Boy and confides he was hoping to leave his business to the couple. They hatch a plot to arrange a second honeymoon for them.

Rodney pays £250 for their trip, and waits for Cassandra to arrive at Gatwick airport. When he learns the real reason behind her flight being diverted, Del has some serious explaining to do. As the brothers argue over who’s technique is best, the objects of their affections are whisked away from under their noses.

Did You Know?
Uncle Albert actor Buster Merryfield came to acting Late, making his TV debut alongside Patsy Kensit in 1980 drama 'Hannah.'
Famous quote
Albert: [About Rodney] You could appeal to his common sense.
Del: Oh yeah? Then after lunch I'll go out and find Shergar!

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Series Seven Episodes
The Sky's The Limit
The Chance Of
A Lunchtime
Stage Fright
The Class of '62
He Ain't Heavy He's My Uncle
Three Men,
A Woman
And A Baby




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