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  Comedy - Only Fools and Horses - Boycie
Boycie is the local second hand car dealer and for a long time was the richest man Del Boy knew.
Boycie, although well-off and arrogant with it, is still a wide boy at heart and enjoys the company of Del and his mates.
Boycie's hobby is breeding tropical fish and he boasts of a having a holiday cottage in Cornwall.
www.bbc.co.uk /comedy/onlyfools/uncovered/boycie.shtml   (240 words)

 British Sitcom Guide - The Green Green Grass - Series 1
But, undeterred, Elgin talks Boycie into starting a proper farm and their first priority is to buy a bull from a bankrupt local farmer who is fond of a drink or two.
Boycie struggles to come to terms with the news that his prize bull is gay, and Marlene finds she's missing the noise of the city after suffering sleepless nights.
Boycie and Marlene are invited to spend Christmas in Switzerland with some new friends they met at the Agricultural Ball to discuss a new business venture.
www.sitcom.co.uk /green_grass/series1.shtml   (411 words)

 A Losing Streak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boycie agrees, and Del shows everyone else that he has in fact got two pairs of Aces, giving him a winning hand.
A stunned Boycie demands to know where Del got those Aces from; Del's answer is that he got them from the same place Boycie got his Kings.
As Boycie prepares to leave defeated, Rodney convinces Del that he is now on a winning streak, so Del decides to spin a coin with Boycie for £200, but with Rodney calling for him.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/A_Losing_Streak   (805 words)

 Arts | Boycie pinched my sitcom
This Friday sees the return to our TV screens of Boycie, who will appear in a sitcom set in rural Shropshire.
Boycie's vehicle, written by Only Fools creator John Sullivan, is The Green Green Grass, which airs on BBC1.
In keeping with Boycie's profession, it is something of a used vehicle.
arts.guardian.co.uk /print/0,,5279637-110428,00.html   (371 words)

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Boycie: Rodney that van is not yours, that belonged to a client of mine, he brought it in on a part trade.
Boycie: No her didn’t and didn’t you see the license plate on the car.
Boycie: Reliant Robins are as common as acne on school children nowadays, there everywhere…..especially Peckham.
www.angelfire.com /nc3/nixons-site/Only_Fools_And_Horses.doc   (3100 words)

 reunited black and tan Rottweiler  Dog in South West (TA20)
Boycie went missing from a secure garden on 28th Aug from Chard, Sommerset.
Boycie has been found by the dog warden and is on his way home.
Would like to add that Boycie actually went missing with another dog, a collie, the collie however returned last night with string tied around his neck.
www.doglost.co.uk /forum.asp?ID=7031   (649 words)

 The Green Green Grass   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Boycie broaches the subject of the farm and admits that he knows nothing about farming.
A spark of interest lights in Boycie's eyes and he calls a staff meeting - little realising that also in attendance will be Bryan the stockman, Jed the ploughman and Mrs Cakeworthy the housekeeper.
But, undeterred, Elgin talks Boycie into starting a proper farm and their first priority is to buy a bull from a bankrupt local farmer who is fond of a drink or several.
greengreengrass.net /episode2.shtml   (252 words)

 Boycie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
31 January 1946, Woolwich, London) or Boycie, as he is more commonly known, is a character in the popular BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses played by John Challis.
In the Sickness and Wealth episode, Series 6, it is revealed Boycie's forename is Aubrey.
Boycie enjoys overt displays of wealth, formerly living in (the fictional) Kings Avenue, the most expensive street in South-east London.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Boycie   (440 words)

 boycie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The kennel maid told me that only the owner of the kennels could handle him at first when he was sent there in August..
On the journey home, although I took a basket, Boycie sat on my lap.
What good company Boycie must have been for you.
web.ukonline.co.uk /megselig311/Boycie.htm   (688 words)

 Dog profile for BOYCIE, a male Chihuahua
Boycie belonged to an elderly lady who sadly died.
Boycie has been diagnosed as having Cushings Disease.
My new mum had another little dog called Boysie so she has changed my name to BOYCIE with a C. I went to see the vet and he found that I had lots of bad teeth and they took out five.
www.dogster.com /pet_page.php?i=257093&j=t   (401 words)

 D for Dog - Photo Gallery: Boycie
Tickles, going to the vets (yes, he is very strange), carrier bags and park benches.
Boycie is from Last Chance rescue home in Edenbridge, Kent.
He was found roaming the streets of Wales.
www.dfordog.com /gallery_profile01.htm   (67 words)

 Boycie on the red carpet on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
It was the local premiere of the new James Bond film, Casino Royale and there were various celebrities (I use the word celebrities rather loosely) present.
This is John Challis who played the fabulous Boycie in one of my all-time favourite tv shows, Only Fools and Horses which was a long-running very popular sitcom on the BBC.
The premiere was a fund-raiser for the Prince's Trust and I believe about £20,000 was raised during the evening.
www.flickr.com /photos/ajk/319964902   (152 words)

 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Boycie returns for Fools spin-off
Boycie and Marlene, two of the best-loved characters from BBC hit sitcom Only Fools and Horses, are to reunite for the spin-off Green, Green Grass.
The stars of Only Fools and Horses, David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst, will not be involved.
Green, Green Grass will see Boycie and Marlene moving out of Peckham for a more refined life in the country, along with their son Tyler.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/entertainment/3971569.stm   (248 words)

 "The Green Green Grass" (2005)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Plot Outline: Shifty car salesman Boycie and his wife Marlene (famous for their appearance in "Only Fools and Horses"; (1981)) have left the council estate in Peckham, London to start a new life in a rambling farmhouse in Shropshire.
As a massive Only Fools and Horses fan, I began watching the first episode of John Sullivan's new sitcom with a certain degree of trepidation.
I think that a true Only Fools fan would find it impossible not to laugh at this fish-out-of-water caper, even if it is Boycie just doing almost exactly what he did in OFandH (slagging off Marlene, being tight, and just being quite nasty).
www.imdb.com /title/tt0469869   (477 words)

 The Sun Online - TV: Boycie eyes long comedy run
John, 64, who plays dodgy car dealer Boycie in BBC1’s Only Fools And Horses spin-off with Sue Holderness as his wife Marlene, told us: “It’s popular and there’s no reason why, if we keep fit and healthy that it can’t go on for years.
But John, who’s currently starring in the second series of the BBC1 comedy on Fridays, is less optimistic about the return of Only Fools And Horses whose last outing was a Christmas special in 2003.
The actor, who’s played Boycie since 1982, a year after Only Fools began, added: “I would never say that it will never return but it would be quite difficult as David Jason’s career has gone into the stratosphere and they’d have to incorporate Boycie and Marlene’s new life.
www.thesun.co.uk /article/0,,2001320029-2006440061,00.html   (331 words)

 index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Two of Peckham's finest - Boycie and Marlene in all their glory.
Before I was born my mummy and daddy used to watch lots of television comedies and one of their favourites was Only Fools and Horses and Boycie and Marlene were very funny characters.
In true Boycie style my daddy is too tight to buy a website for me so we are being environmental and re-using the old one
boycieandmarlene.com   (93 words)

 The Sun Online - TV: Oh dear, lock at Boycie now!
BOYCIE manages to razor laugh when he drinks a potion to cure insomnia — and loses his locks.
The wheeler dealer played by John Challis tries the hair-brained stunt in BBC1’s The Green, Green Grass on Friday.
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www.thesun.co.uk /article/0,,2001320029-2006420229,00.html   (134 words)

 The Gadgeteer Bulletin Board - View Profile: Boycie
The Gadgeteer Bulletin Board - View Profile: Boycie
NEW HEADER and NAVBAR Now that the nav buttons are in the navbar template, you can stick whatever you like into this space.
Boycie is not a member of any public groups
forums.the-gadgeteer.com /vbbs/member.php?u=2514   (77 words)

 The Boycie road show in Pattaya Thailand.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Boycie road show goes on this time in a beer bar on Soi2.
I liked the name of this Pattaya bar I think the sign says it all.
One more well named Pattaya bar this one on Soi8.
www.martinreeds-page.co.uk /thailand/thai3.html   (39 words)

 John Challis aka Boycie on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
John Challis aka Boycie on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
It was the local premiere of the new James Bond film, Casino Royale and there were various celebs (I use the word celebs rather loosely) present.
LOL - good old Boycie!, the guy standing behind him is my mate Steve who works for the Odeon and organised the whole event....small world innit?!
www.flickr.com /photos/ajk/299066132   (177 words)

 Dog profile for Boycie Burgess, a male Pug
Dog profile for Boycie Burgess, a male Pug
Boycie trying to scare off the big tigers and monkeys
So join the fun, join the Dogster pack now and power to the paws!
www.dogster.com /pet_page.php?i=333737&j=t   (764 words)

 Drowned in Sound - Community - Profiles - boycie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Drowned in Sound - Community - Profiles - boycie
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www.drownedinsound.com /user/view/29170   (77 words)

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