Following the various lives of the towns residents of the rural town of Kilnaskully and the hilarious adventures they go on.

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Pat Shortt ...
 Goretti / ... (34 episodes, 2003-2008)
Jack Walsh ...
 Jimmy Bourke / ... (34 episodes, 2003-2008)
Pascal Scott ...
 Sergeant Dick O'Toole (34 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Timmy Higgins / ... (33 episodes, 2003-2008)
Paraic Breathnach ...
 Jacksie Walsh (31 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Fr. Philip Eno (31 episodes, 2004-2008)
Louis Lovett ...
 Dieter Langer / ... (28 episodes, 2003-2008)
Maria McDermottroe ...
 Mrs. Gilhooley / ... (22 episodes, 2004-2008)
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 Power Walker #1 / ... (22 episodes, 2004-2008)
Jim Queally ...
 Theo Wigmore (20 episodes, 2004-2008)
Mary Harvey ...
 Bridie Clancy (19 episodes, 2005-2008)
Eileen Gibbons ...
 Nurse Maloney (19 episodes, 2004-2008)
Gerry Walsh ...
 Larry Cummins (18 episodes, 2004-2007)
Teresa Healy ...
 Power Walker #2 / ... (17 episodes, 2005-2008)
Aoife Maloney ...
 Miss Fahy / ... (14 episodes, 2004-2008)
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Following the various lives of the towns residents of the rural town of Kilnaskully and the hilarious adventures they go on.

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Unfunny drivel
27 November 2005 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This show is one of the worst things I have ever seen. Pat Shortt who can be funny totally dominates the proceedings here, he probably has to because the rest of the people on the show are so bad. I would have liked this to be good or great but it is absolute drivel. One can see the jokes-if you can call them jokes-coming three miles off. This is the type of thing some infantile people who never left their home town in Ireland probably would think is very funny. If there were sharp writers perhaps it could have been an interesting comedic take on rural Ireland but it seems they've drawn on the local pantomime writers for this one. It's when you see great shows like Seinfeld from the US or The Office from the UK do you realise how unsophisticated Ireland and Irish TV is.


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