Geraldine turns down Owen's final pleas to marry him and the villagers' suggestion that she should have a sky-diving wedding,to get married to Harry. Alice is charged with being the wedding... See full summary »

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Geraldine turns down Owen's final pleas to marry him and the villagers' suggestion that she should have a sky-diving wedding,to get married to Harry. Alice is charged with being the wedding planner and she chooses a Doctor Who theme.After the Reverend Jeremy Ogilvy has conducted the ceremony and a montage of scenes from Geraldine's life has been shown Alice finally understands the vicar's closing joke,thanks to Harry. Written by don @ minifie-1

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As of early April 2016, this episode is the final official standard broadcast episode, however a further 3 Comic Relief specials have been made, to date. See more »

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When Geraldine shows the Vicar Jeremy her birth certificate her name is Geraldine Julie Andrews Dick Van Dyke Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Chim Chim Cheree Granger. However in the first series Geraldine told everyone that she was embarrassed by her first name and always went by her second name - her first name was Bodicea Geraldine Granger. See more »

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Geraldine Granger: This is my magazine collection: Brides, Beautiful Brides, Best Bride Guide, Bride and Joy, Bridalicious, Busty Brides, Bridle Paths in Oxfordshire...na, that's no good...Brides Hair, Brides Hair Revisited, and this is Martha Stewart's Weddings for people getting married in jail. We don't really need that one.
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Fill My Little World
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One of the absolute best of the British Sitcoms
28 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you have never seen the Vicar of Dibley you are in for a treat. SPOILER! Richard Armitage guest stars in this episode and he and Dawn French together are simply amazing. Dawn French's comedic genius really shines. She is alternately bumbling and completely charming. This sitcom does contain some slapstick but it's so hilarious you won't believe you are laughing at such ridiculous stuff. When interviewed, Armitage said that he laughed outloud at the script and that is completely understandable. I've only seen him as a heavy before so it was a pleasure to see him in a comedy and let's face it, the man can act and is VERY easy on the eyes. Armitage plays off French like a blushing groom (which he is)and by the time it's over ALL of us are laughing and crying with the Vicar. Do yourself a favor and sit down and watch this entire episode. To the best of my knowledge, not yet available in the US but the minute it gets here, it will be on my DVD shelf right next to the period dramas and the other chick movies.


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