Saso Zibert used Lego men to play the role of Del and Rodney and the other main characters, including Uncle Albert and Grandad. Lego bricks were used to build the scenes
Image: Saso Zibert/BNPS)
An Only Fools and Horses fan has immortalized the sitcom‘s most famous scenes – in Lego.
Saso Zibert used Lego men to play the role of Del and Rodney and the other main characters, including Uncle Albert and Grandad.
Lego bricks were used to build the scenes, including the Trotter’s council apartment in the Nelson Mandela House.
Other pieces such as plastic cups, a broom and a chandelier were used as props.
Some of the most hilarious moments from the legendary sitcom presented by Saso include the scene where Del falls through a bar, the Batman and Robin episode from 1996, and the one with the chandelier.
Saso – a self-addicted Only Fools & Horses addict who lives in Slovenia, where the BBC1 show airs several times – has also turned the famous game of poker between Del and Boycie into Lego form.
The trigger hasn’t been forgotten either, and the stupid rose sweeper is pictured with his broom – the same for 20 years, although it had 17 new heads and 14 new handles.
Also featured is the laugh-out-loud episode in which Del blackmails Raquel onstage with Tony Angelino only to find he can’t say his R’s.
Saso, 35, said: “The project came about because I had a large Lego collection and was also addicted to Only Fools and Horses.
“I’ve been a fan since I first saw it as a teenager. I watch it regularly, from the first episode to the last. It’s still on TV to this day here with subtitles.
“Since Lego doesn’t do Only Fools and Horses, I thought I’d give it a try.
“I customize Lego characters based on different scenes and use photos of the scenes to work with.
“One of my favorites is Yuppie Love when Del falls through the bar.
“One of the hardest was probably trying to make Del and Rodney look like Batman and Robin, just because it’s hard to make Lego Batman and Robin look like anybody else.
“I post pictures of my work on various Ony Fools and Horses and the response I’ve had has been amazing, even from some of the cast members.”