It ran for seven series and sixteen Christmas specials until 25 December 2003, when the final episode was broadcast. In total, 64 regular episodes of Only Fools and Horses, all written by John Sullivan, were produced.
How did Fools and Horses end?
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. They should have let it lie.
Did Del Boy Rodney become millionaires?
In this episode the Trotter brothers Del Boy and Rodney finally become millionaires after finding a rare pocket watch. They discover that the watch in their lock-up garage is in fact a John Harrison marine chronometer – the ‘Harrison Lesser Watch’ – which then goes on to sell at a Sotheby’s auction for £6.2m.
How Old Is Only Fools and Horses?
The first ever episode of Only Fools and Horses, ‘Big Brother’, aired on the 8 September 1981. The series was written by John Sullivan, who had already seen success with Citizen Smith.
Did John Sullivan ever appear in Only Fools and Horses?
Sullivan wrote (and in two cases sang) the theme tunes for Only Fools and Horses, Just Good Friends, Dear John and The Green Green Grass.
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Does Cassandra lose the baby?
It was the second episode of the 1996 Christmas trilogy and the fourteenth Christmas special, first screened on 27 December 1996. In the episode, Del Boy is a reading a new lifestyle book, Modern Man. Later, Cassandra suffers a miscarriage.
Why is the name Damien Derek Trotter funny?
He was named after Del and Raquel could not decide on a name for their unborn baby (Raquel thought of Aron, pronounced “air-on”, but Uncle Albert thought the kids would nickname him “Aron a G-string” and Del thought Troy, but the name Troy Trotter was instantly dismissed), so Rodney sarcastically suggested that they …