Time Gentlemen Please: Season 2, Episode 3

Wishing on a Bar (6 Feb. 2002)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Jason Freeman ...
Roy Heather ...
Andrew Mackay ...
Marc Bannerman ...
Gerald Home ...
Leprechaun (voice)
Martin The Painter
Janine Buckley ...
Jeff Rudom ...
Jon Boden ...
Irish Fiddler


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Guv Gets annoyed by Irish Painters
26 April 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is the best episode, when Guv gets Irish painters to redecorate the pub. Connie gets a crush on the painter Martin, so does Vicky. He tells the painters, no wishing wells or bicycles in the window. They wind him up and do the opposite and do just that. Except the Lepracaun sitting on the wishing well is alive and evil. He calls Guv an English b*****d and w****r. Trouble is only the Guv can hear him talking. Poor Guv, getting verbally abused by a leprechaun. Terry uses the wishing well as a toilet. Steve, Prof and the Old Man With No Name make a wish each. But when he blows up, the leprechaun is not happy.

*The Guv has nightmares about the leprechaun. Especially when Terry says 'A Mouth's A Mouth Guv'

Classic Comedy at it's best. THIS IS A MUST SEE EPISODE.

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