Father Ted-Series 2-Part 2 (1995)

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Father Ted is an Irish priest who lives in a parochial house on possibly the worst place on Earth, Craggy Island which is situated off the west coast of Ireland.


6. The Plague:
Father Dougal is very excited about his new pet rabbit, but Bishop Brennan's arrival may ruin his fun. The Bishop suffers from a severe case of rabbit phobia, so when more rabbits start popping up, the Fathers have a crisis on their hands.

7. Rock A Hula Ted:
Aggressive protest singer Niamh Connolly arrives on the island just as Ted is getting ready to judge the annual Lovely Girls Competition. Will the clash between militant feminism and old-fashioned womanhood lead to more trouble with Ted?

8. Cigarettes And Alcohol And Rollerblading:
With Easter fast approaching, Father Dick Byrne suggests that Craggy Island's priests give up their vices for Lent. When temptation beckons, Ted, Dougal and Jack are forced to call on Sister Assumpta for help.

9. New Jack City:
One glance at Father Jack's incredibly hairy hands, and Doctor Sinnot sends him off to St. Clabbert's Old Priests' Home for immediate treatment. But Jack's replacement is even less pleasant than the great man himself.

10. Flight Into Terror:
Flying back from a visit to a particularly holy shrine, Ted, Dougal and Jack find themselves in mortal danger when the Monkey Priest goes mad in the cockpit and Dougal does something really, really stupid. With only a cupful of fuel left, Ted has a plan.
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Dermot Morgan
Ardal O'Hanlon
Frank Kelly
Pauline McLynn
Directed by
Declan Lowney
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Dual
Comedy 1995 118:53 576i (PAL) 4
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English Dolby Digital 2.0 (256Kb/s), English Audio Commentary Dolby Digital 2.0 (256Kb/s)
Main Menu Audio & Animation, Scene Selection Anim & Audio, Audio Commentary-Graham Linehan (Writer) and Ardal O'Hanlon (Actor), Booklet
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