Only Fools and Horses

Season 5 Episode 8

The Frog's Legacy

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Dec 25, 1987 on BBC
9.0
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The Frog's Legacy
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'Freddie the Frog' dated Del and Rodney's mum, leaving a legacy of stolen gold when he died - after accidentally sitting on Jelly Kelly's detonator. If only somebody knew its whereabouts, the boys would be millionaires.

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    9.8
    This episode is brilliant. Del finds out that \"Freddie The Frog\" dated hs mother and left a lot of stolen gold to his mother and then Del and Rodney. But Del-Boy finds out that he was a sailor and burried the gold where he was burried in the miles out in the sea.
Duncan Faber

Duncan Faber

 

Guest Star

Angela Moran

Angela Moran

 

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Angus MacKay

Angus MacKay

 

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Kenneth MacDonald

Kenneth MacDonald

Mike Fisher

Recurring Role

John Challis

John Challis

'Boycie'

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Roger Lloyd-Pack

Roger Lloyd-Pack

'Trigger'

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • (Del asks Rodney and Albert to think of a way they can get the fortune back to shore)
      Del: There's gotta be a way! He who dares wins! There's a million quids worth of gold out there - our gold. We cant just say "Bonjour" to it.

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    • This special marked the end of an era for Only Fools and Horses, both in front of and behind the cameras. Ray Butt, who had been the show's producer since it started in 1981, decided to leave the BBC shortly after filming was complete. The day before he left, Butt told John Sullivan that he should seriously consider letting Only Fools and Horses end with "The Frog's Legacy"; Butt felt that the show had run its course, and pointed to the disastrous reception of the previous year's Christmas special, "A Royal Flush", as proof of his point. Sullivan gave thought to Butt's words, but after this special received a much more positive reception than the previous one had done, he decided to continue the show. However, Sullivan shared Butt's concerns that the show's format was starting to become stale, and so starting with the next Christmas special, "Dates", the show would maintain a balance between Del's get-rich-quick schemes and the personal lives of the Trotter Family.

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