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"Calendar Boys" is an episode of the BBC sitcom, The Green Green Grass. It was screened on 22 January 2009, as the third episode of the fourth series.

Plot

Marlene is bored with life on the farm, so she throws herself into charity work. As a result of her efforts, Boycie realises that a big enough charity donation could get him a knighthood. To raise money Marlene's new found photography skills appear as she creates a calendar called Calendar Boys, based on the popular film Calendar Girls, featuring all the men on the farm including Elgin, Bryan and Jed almost naked, an edited Boycie, and some characters from Only Fools and Horses such as Denzil and Trigger. Tyler and his friends watch the internet release of the calendar, only to find the December picture is him, edited.

Boycie meets an upper class man, Tristram. Boycie overhears him talking, and, after coming to false conclusions, believes that he can use this new acquaintance to gain himself a knighthood. However, this is not the case. Unbeknown to Boycie, Tristram is bisexual, and is only interested in heterosexual Boycie in a homosexual way, encouraged by a series of misunderstandings

Story Notes/Trivia

  • References to Denzil and Trigger are made after they posed nude for Marlene’s calendar.
  • Colin Cakeworthy is made reference to again, posing for Marlene’s calendar.
  • Tyler’s band, Puddle of Agony, appears again.
  • Sir Tristram's wife is referred to as Lady Veronica — this is probably an error. Similarly, if Boycie were knighted, Marlene would become "Lady Boyce", not "Lady Marlene".
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