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|A good show but it is repeated on TV too much and it becomes salty after some time (<_<)|
|That's true. I was wondering if the post would be kept if that was there.
The other way you could look at it is if you went on the Dailymotion site and looked for user OFAHScenes (display name Only Fools and Horses Scenes).
That channel contains several of the clips from the BBC channel in the one account (the actual channels on YT seem to be scattered), however it hasn't added some of the others (and hasn't been active for a while).
|Lord Vulkas Mormonus
|Yeah, it sounds interesting. I try to stay away from pirating/proxies/etc etc though, so I'll have to find another way to take a look at it.|
Originally posted by Lord Vulkas Mormonus
Sure, you'll have to use a proxy to access this link:
To use it, click an episode, you should get some list of sites with 'Watch this link!' button listed with a table (daclips, movpod, etc). Click Watch This Link! then click the 'Click to Play' blue button and you should redirect to the video site containing the episode.
Note that if you are using a web proxy (glype for instance) and not an IP and Port one you will need to come out of the proxy to watch the video. Usually there are ads which you can get rid of on these sites.
I suppose a lot of Americans haven't heard of it because it's mainly known as good British comedy. Most of the people who shit on the show are said Americans who have no respect for other countries' cultures and sense of humour.
But this board's members aren't like that so you might like it.
|Lord Vulkas Mormonus
|I actually have never heard of it. It sounds like you enjoy it. Any idea where we could check it out?|
|Only Fools and Horses was a show by the BBC, penned by John Sullivan and starring David Jason and Nichoolas Lyndhurst.|
It is about Del and Rodney Trotter - partners in their own business, Trotters' Independent Traders Co. (TITco) - usually dealing in dodgy items and barely ever make any profit.
The show happens to have the largest UK TV audience for one screening, never beaten in the UK - on 29th December 1996 - the originally-planned 'final' episode brought in 24.3 million viewers, as they said goodbye to the series that had been ongoing since 1981.
It's also the most loved UK sitcom as seen in many public polls. Americans, however, and modern children, seem to think their comedy is far better, it's not, OFAH is the greatest series ever made.
Discuss below. (I have two dvd boxsets - one has everything, one just the series. Also a few books.)
Favourite Episode: The Jolly Boys' Outing (Christmas Special 1989, 20.1 million viewers originally)