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Quote from: Fambo Number Mive on June 22, 2023, 01:39:10 PMIn related David Jason news, he's in a new show called David and Jay's Touring Toolshedhttps://www.bbc.com/mediacentre/2023/sir-david-jason-jay-blades-touring-toolshed
Quote'Our story involves both Granddad and Uncle Albert, Del Boy meeting Raquel and Rodney and Cassandra getting married so we basically condense the seven television series into two hours and 10 minutes.'
Quote from: JamesTC on June 23, 2023, 09:46:16 AMOnly Fools and Horses: The Next Generation
Quote from: Alberon on June 23, 2023, 09:33:37 AMCorrect me if I'm wrong but I think OFAH has already been a TV show.
Quote from: Fambo Number Mive on June 23, 2023, 12:20:05 PMOnly Fools and Horses Voyager where the Trotters get stuck in West London for 7 years, unable to find their way home.
Quote from: TheMonk on June 23, 2023, 02:58:46 PMThey don't call him Nicholas "Don't You Dare Make A Bobblehead Of Me Or I'll Sue" Lyndhurst for nothing.
Quote from: Indomitable Spirit on June 23, 2023, 03:52:15 PMYou'll find even Lyndhurst has a price, but on one condition...
Quoted. Item 5 (Feature 34) - The use of Lovely Jubbly. This is a highly distinctive phrase closely associated with Del Boy. It first appeared in Series 6 (Yuppy Love) and appears many times thereafter. I have already accepted that it was coined in this form by Mr Sullivan. The Defendants admit taking it from OFAH and incorporating it in the September Script.
QuoteMr Clark provided some helpful background material on some of phrases used in OFAH such as "lovely jubbly" and "cushty" derived from documents consulted by him in the course of writing his books:a. "Lovely Jubbly" appears in the Oxford English Dictionary. The entry states that it was "coined by John Sullivan ... as a characteristic expression of Derek Del Boy Trotter". John Sullivan says he adapted it from the phrase "Lubbly Jubbly" which he heard as a child in the 1950s when it was used to advertise a frozen orange drink. It is used frequently in the popular press in relation to OFAH and Del Boy.b. "Cushty" was not invented by John Sullivan. He had heard the word used in the markets as a child. He believed it was used by British Soldiers in India as a word meaning an easy ride or a good thing. The Oxford English Dictionary identifies other possible etymologies. However, whatever its origins, it was very infrequently used prior to 1981 but was used frequently by Del Boy in OFAH. Since appearing in OFAH it has been used often in the popular press in connection with OFAH.
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