Wheeler and dealer and backward French speaking know it all Del boy, could soon be back on our TV screens hawking dodgy Playstation 3's. (Well, let's face is Sony need some help.)
Fans and hard-nosed criminals can rejoice, just hours after it was announced that the knighted actor and ex self employed electrician who dressed up as Del boy when he arrived, two years ago, to be knighted in his Reliant robin three wheeled van.
Real name David White, conned his way into 3 year golden hand-shake with ITV 1, reported worth £3000,000. This deal handed over the rights for him to make any BBC 1 programme that Jason has appeared in. (Goes to show that Sky's not the limit.)
Speaking exclusive to The Spoof Jason, 66, who changed his surname to that of his dead twin brother after discovering there was already an actor of the same name said: 'I'd love to make one final only fools if Nicholas [Lyndhurst] is up for it. I'd love Del boy and Rodney to have invested Uncle Albert's [Buster Marryfield, who sadly and unexpectedly passed away in June '99 after a brain tumour] £200,000 in a business venture that has succeeded.
'I've wanted to say something along the lines of, 'Rodders, I told you that one day we'd be million airs,' then two robots of Granddad and Uncle Albert saying their catchphrases such as 'during the war'.
When The Spoof phone Nick who jumped at the chance saying: 'I'd love to have a real sense of closure on Only fools.'
Tom Acland, Programme manager was also in agreement: 'I have been a great fan of all of David's work, and I will not hesitate to make a new one if both John and Nick are up for it.'
Frosty Jason is currently filming a new episode of police favourite, A touch of frost, which is secluded to be screened on ITV 1 in the Autumn.
Jaime Home, Entertained disk, The Spoof.