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Only Fools And Horses - Season 3

Sullivan had initially given the show the working title Readies. For the actual title he intended to use, as a reference to the protagonist's tax- and work-evading lifestyle, Only Fools and Horses. That name was based on a genuine, though very obscure, saying, "only fools and horses work for a living", which had its origins in 19th-century American vaudeville.[66] "Only Fools and Horses" had also been the title of an episode of Citizen Smith, and Sullivan liked the expression and thought it was suited to the new sitcom.[67] He also thought longer titles would attract attention.[66] He was first overruled on the grounds that the audience would not understand the title, but he eventually got his way.[68]

Only Fools And Horses - Season 3

Stick a pony in me pocket, I'll fetch the suitcase from the van. 'Cause if you want the best 'uns, but you don't ask questions, Then, brother, I'm your man! 'Cause where it all comes from is a mystery, It's like the changing of the seasons and the tides of the sea, But here's the one that's driving me berserk: Why do only fools and horses work? 041b061a72


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