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RE: Father Ted - 6/8/2006 9:54:41 PM   
Shaunette_ofthe_Dead


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There's a fantastic episode on right now! The one with the Lovely Girls competition.  "Look at them," *panting breaths* "walking around," *pants* "aren't they lovely girls?"
Genius.
 
And I think Art Vandaley called it a "British" comedy as a lot of people don't realise that Southern Ireland is independent, not a part of the United Kingdom (Britain technically means Scotland, Wales and England, the U.K. includes Northern Ireland). A schoolboy error, you might say.

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RE: Father Ted - 7/8/2006 9:14:03 PM   
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i hardly ever watch father ted because i dont no when its on, and when it first started i thinki may have been a bit too young to stay up for it!!

i have seen a few episodes, but i thinki can safely say the christmas special in which they get stuck in the lingerie section is one of the funniest

things i have ever seen!

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RE: Father Ted - 7/8/2006 9:17:03 PM   
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the christmas episode is brilliant, like father jack being put in the creche and the kids all end up swearing! The attempted escape from the lingerie section is fantastic and has some great lines, my favourite being when the boring priest asks everyone to leave over the tannoy, and they start to come towards the priests, and ted grabs the tannoy and screams 'not that way for feck sake, the other way! move!'

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RE: Father Ted is made by Honey Bees - 7/8/2006 10:19:17 PM   
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Has anyone got a screen shot of teds diagram "Reality ----Fantasy" i could really us it on this site  post the screen shot on here if you can. Cheers.


 anyone?

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RE: Father Ted is made by Honey Bees - 8/8/2006 10:33:04 PM   
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I wish I did, Punchy!
 
And Tobias, I ended up screaming, "Not that way for feck's sake, the other fecking way!" in the pub last night.  Came in handy when directing people to the bar.
 
Great episode "The Plague" was on Sunday, with all the rabbits, and Ted says to Dougal; "I want all these rabbits out of here. I won't be able to relax until the only rabbit left is the one in your head working the controls."
"When I said 'take care of them' you meant it in an Al Pacino sort of way. I meant it more in a Mary Poppins sort of way. ...Run, Dougal. Quite fast."

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RE: Father Ted is made by Honey Bees - 9/8/2006 10:47:10 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Shaunette_ofthe_Dead

I wish I did, Punchy!
 
And Tobias, I ended up screaming, "Not that way for feck's sake, the other fecking way!" in the pub last night.  Came in handy when directing people to the bar.
 
Great episode "The Plague" was on Sunday, with all the rabbits, and Ted says to Dougal; "I want all these rabbits out of here. I won't be able to relax until the only rabbit left is the one in your head working the controls."
"When I said 'take care of them' you meant it in an Al Pacino sort of way. I meant it more in a Mary Poppins sort of way. ...Run, Dougal. Quite fast."


 funniest line in the whole episode!

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RE: Father Ted is made by Honey Bees - 9/8/2006 10:50:53 PM   
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I've killed a Man Father.

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RE: Father Ted - 10/8/2006 9:27:49 PM   
Hotlips


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Kicking Bishop Brennan up the Arse



This is one of my absolute faves, although I love them all





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RE: Father Ted - 10/8/2006 9:30:42 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Hotlips

quote:

ORIGINAL: Tohru_Readman

Kicking Bishop Brennan up the Arse



This is one of my absolute faves, although I love them all






Do you have a screenshot of the Diagram Ted makes for Dougal "Reality ---- fiction" Hotlips?

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RE: Father Ted - 10/8/2006 10:44:45 PM   
Hotlips


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I cant find one anywhere

< Message edited by Hotlips -- 10/8/2006 10:50:22 PM >


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RE: Father Ted - 12/8/2006 1:06:28 PM   
punchdrunk


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I cant find one anywhere

Thanks anyway Hotlips (love the Avatar, brings back memories of watching the film "centre of the world")
If i had my DVDs here i could do a screen shot on my pc of the scene, and make it into a picture but im abroad so i cant.

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RE: Father Ted - 13/8/2006 10:37:59 AM   
Hotlips


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quote:

ORIGINAL: punchdrunk

quote:

ORIGINAL: Hotlips

I cant find one anywhere

Thanks anyway Hotlips (love the Avatar, brings back memories of watching the film "centre of the world")
If i had my DVDs here i could do a screen shot on my pc of the scene, and make it into a picture but im abroad so i cant.

Hey, that gives you something to do when you get back

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RE: Father Ted - 13/8/2006 4:07:18 PM   
punchdrunk


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Two years and counting........aint gonna happen.

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RE: Father Ted - 13/8/2006 5:34:19 PM   
Hotlips


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Curses
*shakes fist*
I'm not jealous of the abroad fun
Will just have to hunt one down....bugger must be out there somewhere!

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RE: Father Ted - 13/8/2006 6:28:48 PM   
punchdrunk


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Dont you worry Hotlips
It'll be in the last place i look, so i will start by looking there



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RE: Father Ted - 14/8/2006 6:12:39 PM   
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"I'm not a fascist, I'm a Priest. Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests...More drink!"

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RE: Father Ted - 14/8/2006 8:03:18 PM   
Hotlips


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Brilliant
Here's a few clips

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpM09QuApqw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFhCxpp6Q5A

It's Nortons face on the second one that does it for me!







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RE: Father Ted - 18/8/2006 10:39:21 AM   
punchdrunk


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Has anyone seen "Angelas Ashes" ? it was funnier than i thought it was going to be and there are quite a few cast members from "Father Ted" in it Mrs Doyal for one has a big character and im sure Tod Unctious(?) is in it + plus a few others, am i right on this or is it just those two, or am i going mad from the boredom, im off to put the kettle on with no water.

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RE: Father Ted - 22/8/2006 11:41:00 PM   
Shaunette_ofthe_Dead


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The mention of water reminds me:
Episode where Father Jack has a flashback to judging the wet t-shirts competition, and mumbles pervily into the microphone, "More water."

God that cracks me up. Also find myself saying it Father Jack stylee at odd moments; adding water to kettles, adding water to pans of boiling rice, judging wet t-shirt competitions*...
 
 
 
 
*I've never done this. Honest.

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RE: Father Ted - 15/9/2006 11:57:30 AM   
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Here's one I made earlier.

< Message edited by Shaunette_ofthe_Dead -- 15/9/2006 12:34:59 PM >


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RE: Father Ted - 15/9/2006 12:05:47 PM   
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Anyone catch the very 1st episode on More4 last night?

"How did that gobshite get on the TV!?"


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RE: Father Ted - 15/9/2006 12:14:36 PM   
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That's what inspired me to do my very own "Reality/Dreams" diagram!!  It just cracks me up, "You mean I'm goin' to be on television?" And then cut to Dougal's mind, where Reality and Dreams swap places, and bunnies start hopping around...
 
"It's got the body of a spider, but the mind of a baby."
 
"A child has become lodged in the Tunnel of Goats. Repeat, a child has become lodged in the Tunnel of Goats. We need a nurse to the Tunnel of Goats..."

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RE: Father Ted - 15/9/2006 1:35:16 PM   
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Has anyone got a screen shot of teds diagram "Reality ----Fantasy" i could really us it on this site  post the screen shot on here if you can. Cheers.

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ORIGINAL: Shaunette_ofthe_Dead



Here's one I made earlier.


 careful what you wish for.


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RE: Father Ted - 18/9/2006 2:16:17 PM   
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Hey, I worked long and hard on that!! It took at least three minutes...


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RE: Father Ted - 11/11/2009 2:39:43 PM   
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Just rewatching season 3, and I can honestly say that there hasn't been a show since that has made me laugh so much.

'Are you right there Father Ted' is genius. Ming the Merciless

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtYfHW5wu8Q&feature=PlayList&p=13DDD48B7E52DB99&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=52

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RE: Father Ted - 14/11/2009 7:24:58 PM   
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I love this show, even the title music cheers me up when i'm feeling crap!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIJweXfKzEg


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RE: Father Ted - 14/12/2009 5:24:50 PM   
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Very funny show indeed.

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RE: Father Ted - 14/12/2009 7:01:55 PM   
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This is a series that makes me proud to be Irish. When I see what Jedward are up to and feel ashamed, I just think to myself, "hey, we gave the world Father Ted" and I feel good again. One of the best sitcoms of the 90's, every episode is a perfectly constructed masterpiece, sometimes all I have to do is think of the dialogue and I have a big smile on my face.

"They all have lovely bottoms."

"Father Jack, nude sleepwalking and bullock naked."

"Down with this sort of thing."
"Careful now."

"I love my brick."

"Feck off."

Man, what a classic.

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RE: Father Ted - 14/12/2009 7:11:21 PM   
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Feel like watching the Christmas episode tonight.

"It's Ireland's biggest lingerie section I understand"

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RE: Father Ted - 14/12/2009 7:12:59 PM   
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Feel like watching the Christmas episode tonight.

"It's Ireland's biggest lingerie section I understand"



"It'll be tea-riffic".

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