Father Ted (1995–1998)
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And God Created Woman 

Father Ted struggles with a crush he has for a lady visitor, and the arrival of a group of nuns.

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Father Ted struggles with a crush he has for a lady visitor, and the arrival of a group of nuns.

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19 May 1995 (UK)  »

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In the episode "And God Created Woman (#1.5)" Polly Clarke mistakenly signs her book and spends the entire episode referring to Ted as "Father Curley". In the episode "The Passion of Saint Tibulus (#1.3)" Bishop Brennan states "And that's where you and Larry and Moe come in", a reference to "The Three Stooges". The third Stooges name was Curly. See more »

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When Ted is putting books on the table after he brushes his hair in the cameras and crew are reflected in the mirror. See more »

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Mrs. Doyle: It's a bit much for me, Father. "Feck this" and "Feck that"
Father Ted Crilly: Yes, Mrs Doyle.
Mrs. Doyle: "You big bastard." Oh, Dreadful Language. "You big hairy arse." "You big Fecker." Fierce Stuff! And of course the F-word father, the bad F-word. Worse then Feck. You know the one I mean.
Father Ted Crilly: Yes, I do, Mrs Doyle
Mrs. Doyle: "F you" "F your effing wife" I don't know why they have to use language like that. "I'll stick this effing pitch up your hole" That was another one.
Father Ted Crilly: I see what you mean, Mrs Doyle
Mrs. Doyle: "Bastard this" and "Bastard that". ...
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References Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) See more »

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You're thinking of the episode "Rock-A-Hula" (the "Lovely Girls" episode)...
24 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

...in the second season, with Clare Grogan (as C.P. Grogan for union reasons) as a guest star playing Niamh Connelly - an angry, Sinead O'Connor-esquire pop star. Grogan had a pop band in the early 80's called "Altered Images".

"And God Created Woman" finds Ted uncomfortable with seemingly coincidental, non-stop, run-ins with a woman who writes steamy novels (Ted's guilty pleasure) and who takes an apparent interest in Ted - eventually ending up at the Parochial House to stay for the evening. Ted's extreme discomfort with this, mixed with his attraction to the woman, lead to the usual fun.


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