Only Fools And Horses - Sleepless In Peckham details
|Starring:||David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Gwyneth Strong, Tessa Peake-Jones|
|Studio:||2 ENTERTAIN VIDEO|
Only Fools And Horses - Sleepless In Peckham
|Run time:||1 hour 12 minutes|
|Rental release:||04 Oct 2004|
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Quit while you're aheadBy a customer from Wigan , 16 Oct 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Only fools and horses was a brilliant series without question, people will watch this last episode on the strenth of previous episodes, but it's getting a little tired now, and the surviving cast members are looking a little old.
All the loose ends are tied up in this episode, so maybe this will be the last one.
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Idiots and AssesBy Emjay69 (341 reviews) from Kidlington, Oxford , 10 Jul 2011I was never a fan of Only Fools but I watched this one and quite enjoyed it. At first I nearly turned it off, but I stuck with it and pleased that I did.
greatBy smokeychops (670 reviews) from newcastle under lyme , 04 Mar 2010This ties up all the lose ends and seems the very last one they will do. Great special with the usual laughs.
A classic!!!By a customer from Bristol,England. , 26 Feb 2009This one was hiliarious! Shame it was the last one! : (
only foolsBy PIC (58 reviews) from Milton Keynes , 06 Aug 2008love all only fools and horses.... what more can i say rent,rent,and rent again
Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008There's 2 big problems with this episode. First of all is it's length. It's clear that the writers didn't know what to do with the characters for 70 minutes. They knew they had to give them a happy ending, repaying off their debts and have Cassandra give birth to a kid, But that's barely discussed until about an hour in. Instead, we get a story that Marlene's gone missing, which, while entertaining in places, doesn't seem to do much for the plot overall (particularly when we find out the reason why she's been missing).
The other big problem is, while the Trotters are given a happy ending, it all seems a bit tame to the perfectly-ended 'Time on Our Hands', where Del and Rodney get everything they ever asked for and more. In this episode, while there's a new baby in the house, essentially they're in the same position they were in for the whole series, meaning that they haven't ultimately progressed that much over from the show's beginning to end.
While worth one watch, for a few good moments (Trigger's still on top form, in particualar), it certainly wasn't worth the revival. The series should have stopped when they became miwwionaires!