‘Lovely Jubbly’ has been revealed as the most commonly used Only Fools and Horses phrase in everyday British life, according to a survey commissioned by TV channel Gold.
Only Fools and Horses continues to be loved by audiences, with nearly a third of British adults describing it as best British comedy of all time and 71% of comedy fans saying newer shows aren’t as good as the classic.
Gold commissioned the survey to mark the launch of Only Fools and Horses: The Favourites, on which airs nightly at 9pm from 31st January and includes commentary from Del Boy actor, Sir David Jason.
Sir David Jason: “I am delighted that Only Fools and Horses still brings so much pleasure to past fans and now a new generation.
“If everyone enjoys these programmes as much as I enjoyed making them, then the world can only be a better place.”
Steve North, General Manager of Gold who commissioned the study to mark Only Fools and Horses: The Favourites said: ‘’Only Fools and Horses remains one of the best-loved sitcoms of our time.
‘’It’s understandable that phrases such as lovely jubbly and cushti remain in the nations hearts and are part of our everyday language.
Only Fools and Horses: The Favourites, nightly at 9pm from 31st January on Gold