A behind the scenes look at this years Sport Relief special episode.
It's been five years since those lovable siblings, Del Boy & Rodney Trotter, drove off into the sunset to the tune of £6.2 million.
Now they're back and thanks to a dodgy Central American investment, Trotters Independent Traders has been declared bankrupt and forced to move back to Nelson Mandela House. Before long, their novel money-making schemes are in evidence again - Del's about to appear live on the TV gameshow Goldrush, and Rodney has a plan to boost his and Cassandra's love-life...
Source: Only Fools and Horses If They Could See Us Now DVD
Times are hard again. Bankrupt and back to selling dodgy Slovakian log-effect gas fires, Del's even driving for Boycie. Trotters Independent Traders needs capital - pronto. So when the Trotter Brothers decide to travel to Normandy to represent their late Uncle Albert at a war reunion, a "nothing-to-declare" visit to a wine warehouse with Denzil's new van seems a cushty option.
But chamboussiz nouvelle! France is like a foreign country: the reunion town is full of Albert-a-likes ("more Captain Birdseye's Banjo than Captain Morelli's Mandarin"), they bring back an illegal immigrant and somehow become the internationally-hunted "Gary Gang".
Source: Only Fools and Horses Strangers on the Shore DVD
After 22 years in Nelson Mandela House, the Trotters face eviction by the Official Receiver. They're in desperate need of some dosh and it's certainly not going to come from expectant-father Rodney's Oscar-winning screenplay or Trigger's new invention - portable chopsticks!
Meanwhile, down the Nag's Head, previously flat-chested Marlene appears with a pneumatic bosom ("Call up Twickenham and see if they've got a couple of balls missing") and Del and Rodney turn up an amusing old 1960's Jolly Boys' Outing photograph including a chap (Freddie the Frog, the Raffles of Peckham) who looks uncannily like Rodney...
Source: Only Fools and Horses Sleepless in Peckham DVD