Miami Twice

Miami Twice

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"Miami Twice" was a two-part Christmas special edition of the BBC sit-com, Only Fools and Horses. The first episode, on screen sub-title The American Dream, was first screened on 24 December 1991. The second episode of Miami Twice was first screened the following day on 25 December 1991. According to Steve Clark's official book The Only Fools And Horses Story, the second episode is sub-titled Oh To Be In England. The title of the two-part special is derived from the 1984 American television series Miami Vice. On the VHS & DVD releases, it was re-edited as one episode, and titled "Miami Twice: The Movie".


Miami Twice - Part One: The American Dream

The episode opens with Damien's christening, shortly after which Del Boy concludes a deal with the vicar to sell "pre-blessed" communion wine from Romania. The vicar will bless lorry loads of wine, which will then be sold to churches all over Britain. Meanwhile Rodney is slowly patching things up with Cassandra, staying with her on weekends, and has learned from Alan that having resigned from his job with Parry Print Ltd in "The Chance of a Lunchtime", Rodney can now claim his pension money.

A few days later, at Sid's cafe, Del tells Rodney about how he can get him and Cassandra back together instantly: a holiday in Miami, for which Del has already bought tickets with Rodney's pension money. Del's "pre-blessed" wine deal also becomes problematic; the wine he intends...
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