9 Responses to “Chain Gang”

  1. TJ says:

    I think Rodney says ‘we’ve finally got him’, not f*****g got him

  2. Miles Ridge says:

    The woman with the white hair who sits infront of Del and Boycie sees that they are sitting with eachother, then later does not speak up when Boycie pretends to be a doctor and Del Boy arrests him. Although a police officer would nick anyone, even their friend, I still think the woman would have said something.

  3. Matt says:

    When Del and his consortium are having a board meeting in the Nags Head realising they have been fleeced by Arnie. Denzil gets introduced to Cassandra, notice how the drinks on Cassandras table go from being nearly full to half finished to nearly full again!!.

    • Rob M says:

      Cannot say Ive noticed that – next time I watch the episode I’ll look out for that.

      another observation in this episode is that Rodney actually says the F word.

      when Albert says to Del: ‘this phone has a re-dial button, press that – and you’ll be in contact with Arnies house’ – watch Rodney, he says ‘yes we’ve got him’, we’ve FFing got him’

      • Griff says:

        The Rodney supposedly swearing observation has been mentioned before and I can’t say for sure that I see it. I just think he says ‘yesss we’ve got him’ or whatever.

  4. James says:

    I don’t mean to be rude but there should be a basic standard of literacy needed to post episode observations. The amount of times I have to read basic 10 year old style grammar errors really detracts from the site and makes it look so amateurish. Taking an example above:

    “….a women walks by the shop in the background. On the next camera shot in the Restaurant looking out the women is nowhere to be scene.”

    It’s absolutely ridiculous, and I could find much worse examples elsewhere.

  5. Griff says:

    ‘In Chain Gang, After Arnie has “spoken” to his wife and she tells him about Mr Stavros, and arnie tells Del, Del says “well i reckon that Arnie should keep his Lunch appointment with mr stavros,” yet how does Del know Arnie had a lunch appointment?’

    I’d say Del was using a generalised term here. If the time of day was early to mid-afternoon, and Arnie explains ‘Mr Stavros’ wanted a meeting about the deal, you can bet your bottom dollar (assume) that Arnie may well have met a lunch appointment. Why not, eh?!

  6. Andrew says:

    When Arnie gets off the phone he does say Stavros is in London to meet him for lunch, so the bullet in the observations is incorrect.

  7. daniel says:

    When Arnie is stood in the one eleven club at the start of the episode, You hear the end of a joke he is telling.. where he says “I’ve got to have somewhere to park my bike”

    Now i only found this out yesterday, But the full joke, was invented by Billy Connely, here is the link


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