Creator John Sullivan passed away before the final special episode of the sitcom could be completed.
Actress Nethra Tilakumara, the girlfriend of Archie Lyndhurst, has paid heartbreaking tribute to the late actor who died last week aged 19.
Tessa Peake-Jones has revealed she thinks Derek Trotter’s ‘cheeky’ habit of bottom-pinching would not work now.
Nicholas Lyndhurst has flattened any possibility of an Only Fools and Horses revival, because most of the key players in the classic BBC sitcom are no longer with us.
Sir David Jason has called for the tower block immortalised in Only Fools and Horses to be made a 'listed building' to save it from regeneration plans.
Only Fools and Horses star Sue Holderness, who played Marlene in the classic comedy series, has said that political correctness would hamper the show from being made today.
Patrick Murray, the actor who played Mickey Pearce in Only Fools and Horses, is suffering from lung disease and has had to pull out of a planned charity event, according to reports.
Fans of Only Fools and Horses are set to be treated to a never-before-seen episode of the classic sitcom. Set in the iconic Trotter living room in Mandela House, Del Boy, Rodney and Grandad are at the top of their game.
The Chuckle Brothers are set to appear in the new series of ‘Benidorm’ and have been spotted filming their forthcoming scenes in the Spanish resort. Benidorm is currently filming its tenth series and on set was John Challis and the Chuckle Brothers Paul and Barry Elliott. The comedy duo of Barry and Paul Chuckle were seen with Only Fools and Horses legend John Challis for the tenth series of the ITV show.
Patrick Murray – who played regular Mickey Pearce in the classic BBC comedy Only Fools and Horse for over 20 years – has launched his famous alter ego’s new career as a DJ in Benidorm. The actor, 60, starred as Del Boy and Rodney Trotter’s best mate in the beloved British sitcom and propped up the bar in The Nags Head pub along with his pals and Trigger, Uncle Albert, Raquel and Cassandra for two decades. The comedy favourite admitted in 2003 that he became an alcoholic after he began running a pub in 1998 and Alcoholic Anonymous meetings eventually saved his life.
Remember when Cassandra turned up in Walford the other week and half of the Britain thought they’d dozed off during an episode of Only Fools and Horses and woken up 30 years late for work? Well, actress Gwyneth Strong is back in EastEnders again tonight, reprising her role as Geraldine Clough – so this time you’ve got a bit of advance warning, OK? Geraldine returns to Albert Square to organise the much-anticipated (honest) Walford Players Christmas Show, and Abi and Kathy pay her a visit. However, after a bit of a barney, Geraldine kicks Kathy out of the building.
In the final episode, ‘Time On Our Hands’, we’d rejoiced as the Trotters finally became the millionaires they’d always dreamed of becoming thanks to a rare antique watch. The show finished with Rodney, Del Boy and Uncle Albert walking into a cartoon sunrise (see below), with Del Boy quipping: “This time next year, we’ll be billionaires.” It was the snug dovetail that all fans of the show had hoped for. Five years later, writer John Sullivan revived the show for three more Christmas specials in 2001, 2002 and 2003.
A kite surfer got help from an unlikely source when he lost control on a beach - from crime fighting duo Batman and Robin. Like a scene straight out of Only Fools And Horses, David Schneider and Derren Guile, both 40, were dressed as the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder when they rushed in to save a stranger. David, dressed as Robin, said: “We were out in the water having a bit of fun and I noticed this kite surfer had got into a bit of trouble.