Father Ted (1995–1998)
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Are You Right There Father Ted? 

Father Ted holds a, "Celebration Of Craggy Island's Ethnic Diversity", party to prove he's not a racist.

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Patrick Kavanagh ...
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Old Nazi
Ozzie Yue ...
Mr. Yin
Peter Sakon Lee ...
Son Yin (as Peter Sakon-Lee)
Eamon Rohan ...
Ann Callanan ...
Mrs. Carberry
Des Keogh ...
Older Dublin Priest
Simon Nelson ...
Younger Dublin Priest
Dennis Quilligan ...
Parish Accountant (as Denis Quilligan)
Frank Keane ...
Delivery Man
Royan Lee ...
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Storyline

When Mrs Doyle injures herself Ted and Dougal do the housework and a bored Ted puts a lampshade on his head - an act interpreted as racism by a passing Chinese family. Ted gets them on side by buying them alcohol but another mishap leads to the islanders believing him to be a Nazi and so, to dispel the notion, he holds a festival to celebrate all cultures. This is successful but unfortunately a friend of his has recently died and bequeathed all his Nazi memorabilia to Ted and Mrs Doyle proudly puts it on show. Written by don @ minifie-1

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nazi paraphernalia | racism | See All (2) »

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13 March 1998 (UK)  »

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Trivia

When this episode originally aired, Channel 4 dedicated the episode in memory of Dermot Morgan. See more »

Quotes

[Ted is trying to explain that he isn't a racist, by buying drinks for Chinese men. He raises his glass]
Father Ted: To China!
[everybody cheers]
Chinese man: [raising his glass] To Craggy Island!
[everybody cheers]
Father Ted: More drink!
[everybody cheers]
Bar tender: I'm sorry, the bar's closed.
[everybody cheers]
Father Ted: How about we all go back to my place for a drink?
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Connections

References Lady and the Tramp (1955) See more »

Soundtracks

Kung Fu Fighting
(1974)
Written by Carl Douglas
Performed by Carl Douglas
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