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Father Ted - Series 2 [DVD]
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Ted's patience is fully tested by a succession of undignified incidents involving irate protest singers, hairy hands, stolen whistles and nude sleepwalkers.
Events come to a head with a life and death struggle on an under-fuelled aircraft with an over-fuelled Jack. Life isn't getting any easier for Father Ted...
• Tedfest 2007: A Very Ted Weekend
• Newly recorded commentary by Graham Linehan & Arthur Mathews
• Comedy Connections
• Comic Relief with Ted and Dougal
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Fathers Ted, Jack and Dougal all head to the seaside for a relaxing vacation -- and end up in being charged for perversion, assaulted by a hyperactive youth minister, and eventually stranded with a sewage truck. And when the rectory roof is leaking too much to be tolerated, they hold a raffle to fix the rectory roof... but end up having to rig the raffle when they wreck the car the bishop sent.
And they have more problems to deal with on Craggy Island -- a trio of bishops are coming to upgrade a relic, meaning the priests have to behave themselves; a valuable whistle is stolen and Dougal may be the culprit; Ted and Dougal try to write a song for "Eurosong"; Jack's nude sleepwalking; a radical feminist rocker decides she wants their house; and a plane full of priests about to crash because Dougal accidentally dumped their fuel.
Additionally, the rectory is hit by a plague of bunnies... which wouldn't be a problem, except Bishop Brennan is coming -- and he's violently rabbitphobic. Jack's hairy hands (seriously, like a werewolf) get him sent to St. Clabbert's, but his replacement is possibly the worst priest in the world ("What's he like? Hitler or one of those mad fellas!"). And when the priests attempt to give up booze, cigarettes and rollerblading for Lent, they need some help with their addictions...Read more ›
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I bought this as a Christmas present so have not watched it myself - I haven't heard any negative comments so assume it was great.Published 19 months ago by Kelmore