Danger UXB - Netflix
Lieutenant Brian Ash is a newly commissioned officer assigned to 347 Section of 97 Tunneling Company, Royal Engineers, which has been assigned to explosive ordnance disposal duties during the Blitz in World War II.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Danger UXB - Danger UXD - Netflix
“Danger UXD” is an episode of the BBC sitcom, Only Fools and Horses. It was the second episode of series 6 and first broadcast on 15 January 1989. In the episode, Del acquires a batch of faulty sex dolls, which have inadvertently been filled with an explosive gas. The episode title is a reference to the 1979 TV series Danger UXB, where UXB stood for “unexploded bomb”; “UXD” thus suggests “unexploded dolls.” On 21 December 2006, a scene from this episode was voted number 4 in the UKTV Gold Top 40 Greatest Only Fools Moments. The scene in question was that when one of the blow up dolls blows up by itself, which lead Del Boy, Rodney, and Uncle Albert to leave the room in a panic.
Danger UXB - Music - Netflix
UB40: “Come Out To Play” Erasure: “Stop” The Pasadenas: “Tribute (Right On)” The Waterboys: “Fisherman's Blues” Joe Jackson : “Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby” Joe Jackson: “Jack, You're Dead”
Danger UXB - References - Netflix