While Niamh and Sean prepare to say 'I do,' Frankie sets out to find a reckless, young driver and Paul gets a visit from a friend from prison.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Frankie McCafferty ...
Deirdre Donnelly ...
Aine Ni Mhuiri ...
Kathleen Hendley (as Áine Ní Mhuirí)
Don Wycherley ...
Emma Dillon
Danny Byrne (as Colin Farrel)
Oonagh Dooley


It's time for Niamh and Sean's wedding and although they professed to want a small ceremony and reception, Brian Quigley hopes plans to have over 100 guests with the Dooleys and Fitzgerald's providing the meal. The bride and groom are getting nervous as the day approaches but their biggest worry is how to tell Brian that they're going to be moving to London after the honeymoon. Meanwhile, the ladies of Ballykissangel take Niamh out for her Hen Night and one of them proves to be the surprise of the party. Uncle Minto arranges for a special Celtic stag party for Sean but Liam and Donal make their own arrangements. On the day of the party, Paul and Oonagh serve at the reception leaving the children at home. When a bus load of tourists pull up, they take the initiative. Paul also welcomes an old friend from prison, Mickeyo, who claims to be selling Internet café franchises. Oonagh's very interested but Paul isn't convinced their not getting scammed. Frankie and Aidan meanwhile try to ... Written by garykmcd

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28 December 1999 (UK)  »

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[first lines]
Paul Dooley: Right. We budgeted for a hundred people.
Brian Quigley: Yes, well, some people just can't make it.
Paul Dooley: What about my profit margin?
Brian Quigley: The price you charge, you're doing all right.
Paul Dooley: Just enough to cover the rent.
Brian Quigley: Look, you're being paid to do the catering; I'm the customer; the customer's always right.
Paul Dooley: Ho, jeez.
Brian Quigley: Except I'm not just the customer, am I?
Paul Dooley: Now, how could I forget that?
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