People called Derek or Rodney who are hunting for a job may be in luck.
They've been encouraged to apply for work at a new £1.1m Trotter's Traders store because they share the same names as the main characters from Only Fools and Horses .
The discount shop is expanding its portfolio of stores which pay tribute to the iconic TV comedy series, which aired for more than 20 years.
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The BBC series set in Peckham, south London, focused on the lives of market trader Derek "Del Boy" Trotter and his brother, Rodney.
Former Grimsby market trader Douglas Wadham, a huge fan of Only Fools and Horses, established Trotter's Traders in 2008.
Trotter's Traders currently employs 25 people at stores in Humberston, Louth, Mablethorpe and Skegness.
Now around 20 new jobs are to be created with the opening of a new branch in Scunthorpe.
Mr Wadham says he is the number one fan of Only Fools and Horses, naming his business in tribute to his heroes.
Trotter's Traders area manager Dave Potts said: "We are aiming for opening in the first week of December and want to turn it into a real Peckham-style knees-up.
"We are also looking for a Del Boy lookalike if there is one in Scunthorpe."
Mr Potts said the new store would stock more than 12,000 different lines including tools and pet supplies and would trade seven days a week, including two late night openings until 8pm.