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mildly amusing at most.
I'd watch it if pushed.
then i have 7 toes that all have names and can each contribute in a conversation.
The bit where Ted explains the difference between "small" and "far away" alone makes it channel four's best comedy.
father ted as a whole definitely isn't.
"I was lying down feeling really tired... then I don't remember anything..." etc etc.
Bishop: So, ask me any questions you have about the faith
Dougal: You know how god created the earth?
Dougal: And he sent his son down to earth?
Dougal: And then his son died, and went to heaven?
Dougal: And we're all going to heaven when we die?
Dougal: Well, that's the bit I have trouble with.
Dougal just converted the bishop to being a hippy by asking him "you know eternal life? What's that all about?"
i think you've been fairly comprehensively outvoted, tom
the inhalation of oxygen to be overrated.
The Speed Spoof
The Mystery Of The Monster in The Woods
The OAP Football
The Whole Kicking The Vicor Up The Ass And Look Of SHOCK on his face
THE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL as a whole especially the whole scene in the womans section.
The are so many moments of <3 u cant possibly think its overrated!
and the eurovision episode! commmmeon search the my lovely horse video and tell me u dont wet urself watching it!
and the whole process of writing it is hallarious! JUST FUCKING PLAY THE NOTE!
the first one?
NO NOT THE FUCKING FIRST ONE JUST FUCKING PLAY THE NOTE!
we're watching it now :)
Awesome show. Nuff said.
of being able to bring this back, I wish someone would make (or that is was realistically possible to make) an 'Imam Ted' type program, to have a bit of fun around that, break a few boundaries and stuff.
But no one will. For a long time at least.
ANYWAY. The Milk-float/Speed episode is probably the best ever.
I LOVE MY BRICK!
is, IMO, the greatest sitcom of all time.
it pisses all over the rest of british comedy, apart from alan partridge ofcourse
originally and paid for by a british production company but i don't think i'd describe it as 'british comedy', like, at all.
irish comedy then, as an irish comedy its better than most british comedy
it's just an all-round brilliant comedy :D