After 22 years in Nelson Mandela Towers, the Trotters face eviction by the Official Receiver. They're in desperate need of some dosh and its certainly not going to come from expectant-father Rodney's Oscar-winning screenplay or Triggers new invention - portable chopsticks! Meanwhile, down the Nags, previously flat-chested Marlene appears with a pneumatic bosom ("Call up Twickenham and see if they've got a couple of balls missing") and they turn up an amusing old 60s photograph including a chap (Freddy the Frog, the Raffles of Peckham) who looks uncannily like Rodders...
- Only Fools and Horses: Sleepless in Peckham review by JD
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I am the first to review this. How come? I suspect there has been overexposure of the Only Fools and Horses series on channel Gold. OFH is comedy that was built to last and if you have not seen them or if you haven't seen them for over 10 years it is absolutely worth a watch. Happy, sad, silly and sometimes all three. Could Trigger be any thicker? Could Boycie gloat any more? A classic.