Only Fools And Horses 3

Only Fools And Horses 3


Four more episodes from the much-loved BBC TV series, starring David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Lennard Pearce and Buster Merryfield. In 'Homesick', Rodney is elected Chairman of the local Housing Committee, and Del Boy persuades him to use his position to get them all ground-floor accommodation. 'Healthy Competition' sees Rodney deciding to open a rival business - in partnership with Micky Pearce! In ‘Strained Relations’, the brothers attend Grandad's funeral and among the mourners is Uncle Albert. When the wake is over, Del Boy lets the old sea dog stay the night, but his residency soon becomes more permanent. Finally, in 'Hole in One', the Trotters have fallen on hard times, so when Uncle Albert falls through the cellar door in the pub, they decide to sue. But was Albert's fall really an accident?

About the author

John Sullivan

John Sullivan was best known as the creator of the hugely popular BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses. Regularly voted Britain's favourite sitcom, the show ran for ten years between 1981 and 1991, including several Christmas specials. Five years later, another Christmas special was broadcast. It was intended to be the last ever episode, but garnered an audience of 24 million viewers, so occasional follow-ups were shown from 2001. Sullivan also wrote a spin-off series, The Green Green Grass, and a prequel, Rock and Chips. Described as 'the Dickens of his generation', Sullivan was also responsible for the creation of the hit BBC TV sitcoms Citizen Smith and Just Good Friends. In 2005, he was appointed an OBE for services to drama. He died in 2011.
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