Rodney and Cassandra's marriage is in trouble - Cassy is ambitious and wants to better herself with her banking colleagues, while Rodney is set in his ways and expects her to be an old-fashioned housewife. After a bust-up, Rodney decides to leave and return to the Trotter household. He still yearns for her though, and is unwisely advised that making her jealous might be the key to winning back her affections. He asks another girl to join him on a date to the cinema - could this be a perfect Hollywood ending for Rodney, or could the curtain finally come down on his marriage?
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References Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Only Fools And Horses
Written by John Sullivan
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