Boycie decides that it is time for the world to receive his memoirs, a heart-warming story of how Aubrey Boyce, a boy from the back streets of Peckham, became a successful land-owner and gentleman farmer. He sits down to recite his memories into a tape recorder - and the result is some forty clips incorporating flashbacks to 'Only Fools and Horses' and his dealings with the Trotter brothers. He is pleased with the result. Marlene finds it hilarious.
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Did You Know?
For contractual reasons, most likely related to the use of clips from Only Fools and Horses
(1981), this episode was not included in the season 4 DVD. See more
Features Only Fools and Horses