Only Fools and Horses Quiz Book

Only Fools And Horses. Image shows from L to R: Uncle Albert (Buster Merryfield), Del (David Jason), Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst). Copyright: BBC.

Only Fools And Horses

Sitcom about two market traders, Del Boy and his brother Rodney

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Sid's Place

  • Sunday 28th October 2012, 5:20pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 6 posts

Hi all

Would just like to make you aware of my Only Fools and Horses quiz book Trotter Trivia.

It's available in paperback and Kindle from Amazon and contains 1000 questions on Peckham's finest...

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Bonjour!

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Oldrocker

  • Thursday 1st November 2012, 11:59pm
  • Near my beloved Black Country in Wolverhampton, England
  • 13,416 posts

I'm amazed to find that the Driscoll Brothers only appeared in one episode !

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Gordon Bennett

  • Friday 2nd November 2012, 7:50am
  • Basel, Switzerland
  • 19,199 posts

"A shilling a day and an horseshit sandwich"

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lofthouse

  • Friday 2nd November 2012, 5:35pm
  • Nowhere, England
  • 9,794 posts

Joowindawawarrrrr

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Tommy Griff

  • Tuesday 12th January 2016, 11:27am [Edited]
  • Wiltshire, England
  • 407 posts

Rather than start a new thread, thought I'd post my question in here.

I once came across some obsecure OFAH fansite (not ofah.net) years and years ago which listed the origins of each title of each episode in terms of what the episode title meant. Some of them are obvious, others are a play-on words of songs/phrases such as 'He's not heavy, he's my Uncle' (......he's my brother) and Miami Twice (Miami Vice).

However, there's a handful of epsiode names which may not be so obvious where John Sullivan had his reasons for naming them.

Where can I find this? I can't find it anywhere!