Only Fools and Horses

Only Fools and Horses’ Sir David Jason issues update on reunion episode

David, who also starred in A Touch of Frost during his long TV career, made the claim amid speculation of a reboot.

Only Fools and Horses’ Del Boyactor Sir David Jason

has claimed he would love to play the iconic wheeler dealer one more time.

David, who also starred in A Touch of Frost during his long TV career,made the claim amid speculation of a reboot


The last time he appeared on screen with Nicholas Lyndhurst, who played Rodney, was for a Comic Relief special with David Beckham.

He told the Sun newspaper: “I’ve always loved Del Boy, who is such a wonderful loser.

“I would love to revisit him, I need someone to write me a script.”

“As a show it’s very important we don’t forget about it, it has a huge following, it fills in that need for an awful lot of people,” he continued.

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“It’s funny, amusing and an identity for most people who watch it, who are working class and come from where I come from, and identify with the idiots who are the Trotters.

“They’re just like the rest of us, a family who have ups and downs.”

Seven series were originally broadcast on BBC One in the United Kingdom from 1981 to 1991, with sixteen sporadic Christmas specials aired until the end of the show in 2003.

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