Uncle Albert: Is that the radio I hear, Rodney?
Rodney: No, Elton John popped in and he's rehearsing in the kitchen!
When Trigger tells everyone about his accident with a "mind your head" sign, as Boycie pays Rodney to get the drinks, a boom mic is visible at the top of the screen. See more...
The title of the show is based on a genuine saying "Why do only fools and horses work? (for a living)", which had its origins in 19th century American vaudeville. Only Fools and Horses had also been a title of an episode from "Citizen Smith". See more...
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|Title||Only Fools and Horses|
|Original entry||When Del says to Rodney "Rodney, give me that ball!", while Rodney and his mates are playing football, Boycie is walking behind them. The next shot is Rodney and behind him is Boycie in the coach as if he has been sitting there all along.|