Only Fools and Horses

Season 6 Episode 7

The Jolly Boys' Outing

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Dec 25, 1989 on BBC
9.8
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The Jolly Boys' Outing
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Rodney is happy in his new flat except for those nagging doubts about Cassandra's boss Steven. He forgets about it long enough to go away on the coach trip to Margate and witnesses the coach blowing up when they get there. They finally get home and Rodney discovers Steven in his flat. He runs something by him but then immediately wishes he hadn't!moreless

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  • a happy weekend gone wrong classic to the bone

    9.8
    the men of peckam are harmless but put them on a bus and disaster can be the only outcome. this is the best episode ever. everthing that could go wrond does go wrong. the bus driver gets drunk(LOL) rodney gets arrested(LOL) dell gets in a punch up(LOL) boyce hurts his sholder(LOL) albert is hit by a rock by dell boy(LOL)and even one of dells dodgey radios blows up a bus(CLASSIC) this is without a dout the best episode ever done. the only good thats comes from the trip is that dell gets back with the love of his life - rachelmoreless
Roy Evans

Roy Evans

Harry

Guest Star

Steven Woodcock

Steven Woodcock

Jevon

Guest Star

Wanda Ventham

Wanda Ventham

Pamela Parry

Guest Star

Kenneth MacDonald

Kenneth MacDonald

Mike Fisher

Recurring Role

John Challis

John Challis

'Boycie'

Recurring Role

Roger Lloyd-Pack

Roger Lloyd-Pack

'Trigger'

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When Denzil agrees to drive the bus to Margate, he said that Harry has to drive it home. However, Denzil was sitting in the driver's seat when they were about to go home.

    • When Del, Denzil etc are having an argument about Denzil driving the bus, Del says "We'll be here all day and all night," but his lips don't move with the words, and is dubbed on pretty badly.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Del: Brandy please, Pamela.
      Pamela: Armagnac?
      Del: Yeah, that'll do if you're out of brandy.

    • Rodney: I could do with another blanket here, I'm freezing.
      Del: Yeah it is a bit cold.
      Uncle Albert: Cold? You bits of kids don't know the meaning of the word. You should have been with me on the Russian convoys. One night it was so cold the flame on my lighter froze.

    • Trigger: I'm staying in a motel. They don't know I ain't got a car though. (winks at others as if he's being sneaky)
      Mike: (can't be bothered telling him) I'd best keep that one, if I were you Trig.

    • Rodney: Cassandra, our coach has just blown up.

  • NOTES (2)

    • The events of this special would be mentioned in "Sleepless in Peckham", implying that the Jolly Boys' Outing was a regular event from the 1960's before Del blew the coach up. The very first Jolly Boys' Outing was seen in the first episode of the prequel series Rock & Chips.

    • John Sullivan's sister-in-law Penny was the inspiration behind the script, as she told him of an event her father used to go on each year, called the "Jolly Boys' Outing".

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