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Synopsis[ edit ] Miami Twice — Part One: The vicar will bless lorry loads of wine, which will then be sold to churches all over Britain.
Meanwhile, Rodney is Baby think twice patching things up with Cassandrastaying 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 furious Rodney returns home later that night, having learned that Cassandra has important meetings with her bosses at the bank that week and thus cannot go with him. The episode ends as the Trotter Brothers board their Virgin Atlantic Boeing plane to America comically bumping into Richard Branson ; "anybody would think he owned the plane" says Del.
Miami Twice — Part Two: Oh to Be in England[ edit ] With Del Boy and Rodney having arranged a holiday to Miamithis one takes place predominantly in that location.
It emerges that boss of a local mafia family, a Don Corleone parody named Don Vincenzo "Vinny the Chain" Ochetti, is on trial and facing life imprisonment for murder, kidnapping and drug trafficking.
When his son Rico is with members of the family in a bar, they spot Del Boy. Befriending him and Rodney, they hatch a plot to assassinate Del with the intention of fooling everyone into thinking that the Don himself has been murdered, thus sparing him the trial and likely imprisonment.
After arranging for their camper van to be robbed, the group invite Del and Rodney to stay at the family mansion. Over the following days, several attempts to assassinate Del, including shooting him in a beach-side restaurant and sending him off on a jet ski with a broken throttle, prove unsuccessful.
A furious Rodney bumps into Ochetti and believing him to be Del shoves him up against the wall and promises to make him pay.
However just after the confused Don leaves, Rodney meets Del, who admits to Rodney that he wanted to run away from England to avoid repercussions from the Church for selling them the white wine.
Rodney however is unable to understand how Del got back into their room as Rodney got there first and locked the door whilst Del is also wearing different clothes. Rodney begins to think there is someone in the mansion who looks like Del.
Realising he has just threatened the head of a mafia family, Rodney agrees to quickly leave and the two brothers escape through the window and flee, ultimately ending up in the Evergladesdodging the gangsters and a vicious alligator where they meet the holidaying Boycie and Marlene.
Despite being shot at by the gangsters, they manage to escape. Upon returning home, Del Boy and Rodney find stacked boxes of white wine in their flat, as well as a relieved Raquel and Albert."Miami Twice" is the two-part tenth Christmas special edition of the British sitcom Only Fools and Horses.
The first episode, on-screen subtitle "The American Dream", was first screened on 24 December The second episode of "Miami Twice" was first screened the following day, 25 December Think Twice represents the next step in Mauboussin's beneficial quest to help all of us identify the mistakes we make and provide the tools to fix them.
It takes many of Mauboussin's past ideas, condenses a vast array of additional sources, and puts them in a manifesto on how to dodge the pitfalls of poor decision making/5(71).
In the first three years, a child’s brain has up to twice as many synapses as it will have in adulthood. Now that we’re a little more familiar with the fundamentals of the brain, let’s take a look at brain development in children. What's making my child's skin so dry?
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