The priests go on holiday to a caravan park, where they are joined by the exceedingly annoying and terribly jolly Father Noel Furlong, who wants them to join in a sing-song with his bored youth group. Throughout the stay Ted keeps accidentally barging in on a young couple in their intimate moments and, when he and Dougal decide to leave the site the husband, wearing only a towel which blows away, jumps on their bonnet and eventually slashes their tyres. They are forced to hitch back home but manage to flag down the slurry lorry - with very messy results. Written by
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Did You Know?
This episode mentions well-known Irish Author Roddy Doyle, probably best well-known outside of Ireland as the writer of the original book that became the Alan Parker film "The Commitments", itself part of his Barrytown trilogy, that also became the films "The Snapper" and "The Van". He has written other books too. See more
When Dougal and Ted are standing by the rock before they see the couple on the other side, they clearly have two shadows even though it's a cloudy day. See more
Father Dougal McGuire
That's nearly as mad as that thing you told me about the loaves and the fishes.
The copyright year at the end is misprinted as MXMXCVI instead of MCMXCVI for the first six episodes of the second season. See more