I Done It My Way

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"I Done It My Way"
The Green Green Grass episode
4.7 - I Done It My Way.jpg
Boycie records his autobiography.
Episode no. Season 4
Episode 7
Directed by Dewi Humphreys
Written by John Sullivan
Produced by Gareth Gwenlan
Production code 4:7 (30)
Original air date 19 February 2009
Running time 30 Minutes
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"I Done It My Way" is an episode of the BBC sitcom, The Green Green Grass. It aired on 19 February 2009, as the seventh episode of the fourth series.[1] This episode acted as a ‘clip show’ for both Only Fools and Horses and The Green Green Grass. In total, the episode contained around forty clips, some of which were made specially for this episode.

Synopsis[edit]

With a microphone and a tape recorder, Boycie recalls the big issues in his life in what he intends to be a classic - a life manual and an important book for future generations. Boycie's story begins as he recalls his Peckham days, with flashback memories to his South London life with Del Boy, Rodney and the rest of the gang. He fondly remembers his friendships, their adventures, the subsequent move to Shropshire and his new life on the farm. His memories of the old days proves surprisingly enlightening for him and hilarious for Marlene.

Episode Cast[edit]

Actor Role
John Challis Boycie
Sue Holderness Marlene
Abigail Cruttenden Doctor

Archive Appearances (In order of appearance)

Actor Role
David Jason Del Boy
Kenneth MacDonald Mike Fisher
Paul Barber Denzil Tulser
Nicholas Lyndhurst Rodney Trotter
Buster Merryfield Uncle Albert
Patrick Murray Mickey Pearce
Ivan Kaye Bryan
David Ross Elgin
Peter Heppelthwaite Jed
David Cann Farm Inspector
Antoni Corone Rico Ochetti
Roger Lloyd-Pack Trigger
Roy Marsden Danny Driscoll
Lennard Pearce Grandad
Jim Broadbent Roy Slater
Nigel Harrison Ray
Paul Bown Colin
Jack Doolan Tyler
Alan David Llewellyn
Ella Kenion Mrs Cakeworthy
Tessa Peake-Jones Raquel Turner
Benjamin Smith Damien Trotter
Nabil Elouhabi Rashid "Gary" Mamoon
Philip Pope Tony Anglieno

Production, Broadcast and Reception[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

This episode has not yet been broadcast. (This is contradicted by the second sentence of this page "It aired on 19 February 2009, as the seventh episode of the fourth series.")

DVD release[edit]

The UK DVD has been released for Series 4 but does not include this episode for copyright reasons, because of the archive clips used.

Clip List[edit]

The following list of clips is from the episode I Done It My Way. The information displayed below is taken from the original broadcast of the episode.[2]

Block A[edit]

Block B[edit]

Block C[edit]

Block D[edit]

Block E[edit]

Block F[edit]

Block G[edit]

Block H[edit]

  • New footage - Boycie has developed a phobia - of vegetables.
  • New footage - Boycie discusses his problems in bed with Marlene.
  • New footage - Marlene arranges for the Doctor to help Boycie. (The next five clips are intercut with this clip)
  • Strangers on the Shore - Boycie is suffering after Del put onion puree in his hair gel.
  • Strangers on the Shore - 'Gary' tracks the smell of onions to Boycie.
  • Strangers on the Shore - Boycie asks Denzil if he can smell onions.
  • Strangers on the Shore - Del puts the onion puree in Boycie's hair gel.
  • Strangers on the Shore intercut with new footage - Del tells Marlene what he's done over the phone.

Block I[edit]

  • Heroes and Villains - Del and Rodney charge into the wake dressed as Batman and Robin.
  • Lust in Translation - Bryan goes into the pub all dressed up and grabs the wrong woman.
  • Stage Fright - Raquel sings with Tony Angelino who cannot pronounce his R's.
  • Danger UXD - Del and Rodney throw the dolls into a ditch just before they explode.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Comedy.org.uk Archived 28 February 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Original broadcast on BBC1 (19 February 2009)

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