After taking part in a identity parade at the local police station where Spudgun is being accused of stealing his mother Mrs. Potato's handbag, Richie and Eddie heads down to the Lamb and Flag pub where Richie gets into a argument with a one-legged Falklands war veteran, by pretending he also fought in the Falklands war and Richie and Eddie places a bet on a horse Sad Ken in a horse-race and gets the money from antiques dealer Ted in exchange for the one-legged Falklands war veteran's false leg.
Did You Know?
Brian Croucher (Ted Nugent) appeared in Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson's earlier sitcoms "The Young Ones" and "Filthy, Rich and Catflap". As a bank robber in "The Young Ones" Sick (#2.5) and Summer Holiday(#2.6) and as the Landlord in "Filthy, Rich and Catflap" (#1.4). See more
PC Cholmondley-Smythe wears chevrons which denotes the rank of Sergeant, not PC (Police Constable). See more
[Drunken man enters the bar, singing, he trips, and falls down
That's Tight-mouthed Larry, the bookmaker!
[Larry is heard vomiting on the floor
He's not very tight-mouthed today, is he?
References Saturday Night Fever