The Vicar of Dibley: Season 2, Episode 2

Dibley Live (8 Jan. 1998)

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Geraldine decides that,as an experiment,Dibley should have its own local radio station. Alice is due to interview David but he is rude to her on air so Geraldine devises a quiz,pitting them... See full summary »

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Geraldine decides that,as an experiment,Dibley should have its own local radio station. Alice is due to interview David but he is rude to her on air so Geraldine devises a quiz,pitting them against each other and,as Alice's questions are all about her family,she wins it. Frank has an hour's slot all to himself but,as he is notoriously boring,nobody listens to it - thereby missing his public confession of coming out as being gay. Written by don @ minifie-1

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[first lines]
David Horton: Moving on. I have received an entry form for the Best Kept Village competition. Any thoughts?
Owen Newitt: Yes, tear it up.
David Horton: I beg your pardon?
Owen Newitt: Months of effort and what would we win? Some pointless poncy piece of paper saying : Dibley, Best Kept Village.
Jim Trott: No no no no, it's not just a bit of paper; it's a title, a trophy. It's a cheque for two hundred and forty thousand pounds, presented by the Duchess of Kent.
Geraldine Granger: No, that's Wimbledon, Jim.
Jim Trott: Yes, that is Wimbledon.
David Horton: Oh, come on. We did all right last ...
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