Two teenage boys cycle 160km on stolen bikes pursued by police to find a missing bale of cocaine worth 7 million euro. Set around the real event of Ireland's biggest cocaine seizure in 2007 of 440 million euro.
'Mad' Mary McArdle returns to Drogheda after a short spell in prison - for something she'd rather forget. Back home, everything and everyone has changed. Her best friend, Charlene, is about... See full summary »
The show is a satirical and often surreal examination of subjects close to the hearts of the Irish people. It takes the form of a fake anthropological documentary as if made by British ... See full summary »
This program fails to be funny every time i watch it(except of course The Rubberbandits) Neil Delamere was funny enough but this Dermot Whelan lad is just simply not funny at all.I'm very surprised people still watch this with people like him on it.And will they ever shut up about "Four Live".Them jokes are really getting old and also 'How Roisin Murphy is that' was just never funny.Dermot Whelan=0/10,Has'nt told a single funny joke as far as I can remember.he is simply just a failed comedian.Jennifer Maguire=4/10,Can be funny at times but not frequent enough to make this program good.Bernard O'Shea=7/10,He can be funny on his day but not all the time.Still credit to him.The Rubberbandits=10/10,Just simple hilarity every time they come on this dreadful show.The guide to Limerick was unbelievably funny and i new then that they were the future of this slowly dying program.But the funnier they get the less they appear.Disgraceful.
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