Things aren't too good at Nelson Mandela house. Raquel's parents are due to visit for dinner and will be meeting Del for the first time, causing her to panic. Dinner is ultimately ruined after Albert unfortunately mixes up the gravy and coffee jars. Meanwhile, Rodney appears to be struggling to come to terms with Cassandra's miscarriage, causing Del to take extreme steps to get him talking about it. Things begin to look up however, in the shape of an antique watch. Is Del's vision of becoming millionaire finally going to come to pass?
Did You Know?
Following Fatal Extraction, many assumed that was the end of Only Fools and Horses
(1981) because of a three-year gap until the next episode, but John Sullivan
was keen on tying up the loose ends by making the Trotters millionaires. See more
While Rodney was discussing his dream with Del, he mentioned the Bible and king David's dream in which David saw 7 fat and 7 thin cows. However, this was actually Pharaoh of Egypt's dream which Joseph interpreted. See more
This time next year we could be billionaires!
On the VHS and DVD releases, the song "Our House" was not sung by Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young. Due to contractual reasons, it was sung by Helen Reddy. The lyrics were also modified. Instead of the word "cats", it was "dogs" in the subsequent version. See more
Featured in The Comedy Christmas
Written by John Sullivan
Performed by John Sullivan See more