During a blisteringly hot summer a drought is declared in Dibley but soon afterwards Water Board officials arrive,announcing that the village is to be evacuated in order to make way for the site of a new reservoir. Geraldine leads the villagers in a mass protest,chaining themselves to the church, but it is Jim who saves the day,thanks to his 'endangered species'.
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Did You Know?
This episode feels like a end of season finale, as at that time, it pretty much was. The next episode wouldn't be made for another 4 years, on the 10th anniversary of the series. See more
Dibley is campaigning to save the town from being replaced by a reservoir. A shot of the church shows a banner which says, "Save St Barnabus from the Flood." At least the Vicar should have noticed that the name of the saint, and therefore also the church, is spelt "Barnabas". See more
I was so excited, I made love to a Swedish journalist.
We know, Jim. We were chained to you at the time.
One Hundred Thousand Green Bottles
Performed by Dawn French
, Roger Lloyd Pack
, Trevor Peacock
, John Bluthal
, James Fleet
, and Gary Waldhorn See more