4 Responses to “Rock and Chips Connections”

  1. steven johnston says:

    It would be interesting to see the death of Feddie the frog (& Jelly Kelly)then he leaves the will to joan, & also Joans death & Reg packing his bags & leaving Del to look after Rodney & Grandad. But have Reg leaving on the last episode then that’s the end of the series.

  2. Matt says:

    In one scene in, I think the third Rock & Chips, Del might be listening to “Old Shep” on the jukebox, and is miming the words of the songs. In Only fools Del makes the singer sing it in the Nag Heads.

  3. Glenn says:

    I’m really happy to see John Sullivan making a new series of Rock and Chips and the BBC airing this great show! This show has a lot to offer fans of Only Fools And Horses as it goes into details about the meaning of past shows. Here in the US not to many people know of Only Fools And Horses or Rock And Chips so I tell everybody about these outstanding TV shows. Most Americans love British comedy, it’s one of a kind and I love it and I’m sure all those I’ve told also will! Only Fools And Horses is an English ICON and hopefully Rock and Chips will follow in it’s foot steps. I can’t wait for the next episode of Rock And Chips this Easter and can only hope the BBC will begin airing a weekly or bi-weekly series of this great British Comedy!!!

    • admin says:

      I agree Glenn
      John Sullivan has really hit on a great alternative way to keep Only Fools fans happy without disappointing the press. Only trouble it a lot of casual Fools and Horses fans just don’t get that Rock and Chips is not a sitcom as such. Yes it has some comedy, but its mainly drama with a touch of comedy.

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