On a visit to the mainland, Mrs. Doyle and Father Jack get arrested while Ted and Dougal get lost in a cave.

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Himself
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Doreen Keogh ...
Mary Ann O'Donoghue ...
Optician
John Henderson ...
Tour Guide
Stephen Gallagher ...
Tom Farrelly ...
Yvonne Shanley ...
Sharon Carroll ...
Richard Buss ...
AA Chairman
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Ronald
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On a trip to the mainland to collect £200 winnings Ted gets punched by actor Richard Wilson and visits local caves with Dougal, where they encounter Father Noel Furlong, whose screeching contest causes a rockfall from which Dougal and Ted manage to escape. Meanwhile Jack, minus his new glasses, causes trouble at an AA meeting and Mrs Doyle gets into a fight with her friend Mrs Dineen over who should pay for their tea. With all three arrested Ted has to part with his £200 to set them free but worse is to come for Richard Wilson when he finds himself outside Ted's house on Craggy island. Written by don @ minifie-1

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3 April 1998 (UK)  »

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Art director's Bill Crutcher makes an appearance as the smoking bin-man. See more »

Quotes

Father Ted Crilly: God almighty! Look who it is, it's that actor!
Father Dougal McGuire: Who?
Father Ted Crilly: You know, your man from 'One Foot in the Grave', the "I don't believe it" man!
Father Dougal McGuire: Oh, wow!
Father Ted Crilly: God, that's amazing. Look at him there.
[sniggers]
Father Ted Crilly: Do you know what he'd love? He'd love it if somebody came up to him and said his catchphrase.
Father Dougal McGuire: Oh, yeah, Ted! He'd love that! You should definitely do that.
Father Ted Crilly: Should I?
Father Dougal McGuire: Oh, yeah. I'd say no one ever does that to him. He'll think you're hilarious. You know, this is one of these times where I'm absolutely, one ...
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Connections

Featured in Father Ted: Going to America (1998) See more »

Soundtracks

Bohemian Rhapsody
(1975)
Written by Freddie Mercury
Performed by Graham Norton
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