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Only Fools and Horses

Season 2 1982

  • 1982-10-21T01:00:00+02:00 on BBC One
  • 30 mins
  • 3 hours, 30 mins
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • Comedy

For over two decades, brothers Derek 'Del Boy' and Rodney Trotter of 'Trotters Independent Traders PLC' entertained us both with Del's extreme optimism and scams and, quite simply, Rodney's facial expressions upon hearing those scams. Moving from straight comedy into comedy-drama in its later years, taking head-on the challenges of life and death in its cast and characters - 'Only Fools' became one of Britain's most loved programmes, regularly topping critics and public popularity polls and spawning not only a spin-off comedy series ('The Green Green Grass'), but also a set of prequel dramas ('Rock & Chips').

7 episodes

2x01 The Long Legs of the Law

  • Season Premiere

    1982-10-21T01:00:00+02:00 — 30 mins

Streuth! Rodder's besmirching the good reputation of the Trotter family by dating a policewoman...

2x02 Ashes to Ashes

  • 1982-10-28T02:00:00+02:00 — 30 mins

Del's busy selling Trig's gran's genuine antique urns. Trouble is, one of them is Trig's Grandad's last resting place!

2x03 A Losing Streak

  • 1982-11-04T02:00:00+02:00 — 30 mins

Del and Boycie are set to play the biggest poker game Peckham's ever seen... But what exactly has Boycie got up his sleeve?

2x04 No Greater Love...

  • 1982-11-11T02:00:00+02:00 — 30 mins

Rodney's got himself a bird at last! Unfortunately, she's no spring chicken and her jailbird husband is about to be released...

2x05 The Yellow Peril

  • 1982-11-18T02:00:00+02:00 — 30 mins

Del's got a job painting a Chinese restaurant - but is he wise to get some help from Rodney 'Leonardo' Trotter?

2x06 It Never Rains...

  • 1982-11-25T02:00:00+02:00 — 30 mins

The Trotter family holiday is underway when Grandad runs into a bit of trouble with the Spanish police.

2x07 A Touch of Glass

  • 1982-12-02T02:00:00+02:00 — 30 mins

Del introduces the Dresden-collecting aristocracy to some North Korean porcelain and his chandelier-cleaning service.