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|Posted By: Far Ted|
Posted On: Jun 19, 2007
"Dougal, what will you be giving up for Lent"?
"I will give up Roller Skating Ted"! A classic line.
I WOULD LOVE TO SEE THE CAST GET TOGETHER AGAIN FOR ANOTHER SERIES, EVEN WITHOUT TED IT WOULD STILL BE A WINNER. OF COURSE HE WOULD BE SORELY MISSED, BUT I FEEL SURE HE COULD SPEAK FROM UP ABOVE TO GUIDE THE MISGUIDED DOUGAL AGAIN.
|Posted By: Father Sam|
Posted On: Jun 14, 2007
|Posted By: Paddy Walsh|
Posted On: Apr 6, 2007
I emailed Pauline Mclynn and she actually took the time to email me back. I nearly fell off my computer chair when I saw her reply. I only mentioned the sadness of Demott's passing and how much I enjoyed the show. Nice of her to write me back. The show is brilliant though I wish there had been more Bishop Brennan in it as I always found the chemistry between all the actors to be at its most explosive whenever the bishop was there.
Classic: (After Ted feigns using the toilet in bishop Brennan's guest room)...Bishop Brennan looking perturbed: "There;s no toilet in here." Then looks around the room for where Father Ted might have peed. Spot on!!
|Posted By: Luciano Quant|
Posted On: Mar 16, 2007
|great fun......good laughs!|
Father Ted's tape was shown by my english manager in Holland who worked for an american company. Why? to explain his kind of humor. I thought I understand the his humor after a few pints but after watching those series as a dutch foreigner you gonna understand it quicker then you expect it. I had so many good times and fun with him when I saw Father Ted. Can you imagine sitting in a car and suddenly you started screaming brick ....yes....! Noone could understand that moment and then we couldn't stop laughing anymore. When we were with other dutch colleagues they thought we smoked some $#$%#$%. We didn't. We didn't smoek and drink we only had weird humor comparing the dutchies! Now we bought are married and have children. But our humor remains. Good time Graham! I saw your comment in this box. Good times!
|Posted By: Graham Hardy|
Posted On: Mar 16, 2007
|Good Old Jack|
I still think two of the best episodes with Jack was
"The mainland" and Rockahula Ted"
Think that the scene in the mainland where Jack walks into an AA meeting was so funny I nearly ****ed myself
Eye charts by FekArse industries
|Posted By: Lauren|
Posted On: Mar 15, 2007
Definitly 2 episodes where Jack really shines - "That would be an ecumennical matter." and "Am I still on this fecking island?!"
|Posted By: Brian+deli|
Posted On: Mar 14, 2007
Patmustard is an insant classic.paudie on the other hand is not.
|Posted By: david o neill|
Posted On: Mar 10, 2007
drink feck arse girls. Its a classic
|Posted By: Liam|
Posted On: Mar 3, 2007
It has to be Father Stack "ive had my fun and thats all that matters" comedy genius!!
|Posted By: PAUDIE O BRIEN GORTROE|
Posted On: Mar 1, 2007
IM SO GOOGLUCKIN THER TRYIN TO ARREST ME
|Posted By: Hamish|
Posted On: Feb 26, 2007
for me, Ted is the funniest thing on the show. he just has such good timing. Also he is not a nice person really. Infact, if you were to meet him, you'd think he was a right self centred Fecker. But that is just another reason why the whole series was so funny. Alan partridge? Pah. I would say better than Blackadder, Red Dwarf or The Young Ones, and those shows wrote the book on sitcoms.
|Posted By: AILBHE CLíONA N NAOISE|
Posted On: Feb 25, 2007
eoin has no willy! What an episode
|Posted By: William Hurst|
Posted On: Feb 8, 2007
Pat Mustard was feck'n great....lol
|Posted By: Kyle Quinn|
Posted On: Feb 7, 2007
Jack is a legend...................Bring back Father Ted
|Posted By: sean|
Posted On: Jan 31, 2007
jack should get help with that drink
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