Only Fools And Horses 4

Only Fools And Horses 4

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Summary

The episodes included are: 'It’s Only Rock and Roll' - 14 March 1985, 'Sleeping Dogs Lie' - 21 March 1985, 'Watching the Girls Go By' - 28 March 1985 and 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?' - 5 October 1986. Lovely jubbly! Del, Rodney and the boys are back in another pukka selection of shows. 'It’s Only Rock and Roll' sees Rodney’s aspirations to be ‘top of the pops’ encouraged, promoted - and totally destroyed by Del Boy, whereas, in 'Sleeping Dogs Lie', Del, Rodney and Uncle Albert are consigned to the dog watch. In 'Watching the Girls Go By', Rodney is taking some stick from the lads down the pub about his ‘imaginary’ girlfriend and Mickey Pearce bets him that he won’t bring a girl to the Saturday night bash in The Nag’s Head. However, with Del’s help, some home truths are stripped bare by Rodney’s new date. 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?' sees Jumbo Mills, an old friend of Del’s, offer him a share in his successful company. It’s a chance of a lifetime, but it also involves a move to Australia for the Trotter family... You’d be a plonker to miss these comic classics!

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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