Announcer on Televison: And now on BBC1: Jurassic Park.
The Director's Cut. With extra dinosaurs.
Bishop Brennan: You will address me by my proper title,
you little bollocks!
Dougal: Sorry Ted. I was concentrating too hard on
Dougal: God, Ted. D'you remember that feller who was so
good at fashion they had to shoot him?
Dougal: I'm no good at judging the size of crowds Ted,
but I'd say there's about seventeen million of them out there
Dougal: It's like a great big tide of jam. But jam made
out of... old women.
Dougal: Those women were in the nip!
Dougal: As if magic, I can create a big crowd of
Dougal: How come all the rocks are different sizes?
Dougal: A one-word film. There can't be too many of
those. Salem's Lot?
Dougal: Aah! Brilliant. A load of people in a stable!
It's the one thing I didn't expect.
Dougal: Put your clothes back on, Carol, I can't
Dougal: God I've never seen a clock at 5 a.m. before!
Dougal: Do you believe
in God, then Ted?
Dougal: Oh Wow! It's
like a big rabbit rock festival!
Dougal: C'mere Ted,
Ted, Teddy, Ted. God, I love being a priest. We're all going to heaven lads,
Eoin McLove: Go away! I don't want to catch menopause!
Jack: DON'T TELL ME I'M STILL ON THAT FECKIN' ISLAND!!!
Jack: Feck! Nuns!
Jack: I love my brick!
Jack: (judging a Wet T-shirt competition) More
Jack: A PAIR OF FECKIN' WOMEN'S KNICKERS!
Jack: I'm a happy
Mrs. Doyle: Pat was just wondering if he could put his
massive tool in my box.
Mrs. Doyle: I'm so excited. Taking on three bishops all
at once. I can't wait.
Mrs Doyle: Won't you
have some cake, Father? It's got cocaine in it. Oh no, hang on, it's not
cocaine, is it. What do I mean now? - the little things... Raisins!
Mrs Doyle: Oh she
writes such filth, Father. It's always "Feck this" and "Feck
that" - and sometimes she even uses the "F" word!
Ted: (to Richard Wilson) I don't beleeeeeeeeeve
Ted: What am I doing on
the fecking wheel!!!
Ted: Now concentrate
this time, Dougal. These (pointing to plastic cows on table) are very
small; those (pointing out of the window) are far away...
Ted: Dougal, how did you get into the church in the
first place? Was it, like, 'collect 12 crisp packets and become a priest?'
Ted: JUST PLAY THE F***ING NOTE!!!
Ted: So there he is. Risen from the dead. Like that
Ted: Sheep, like all wool-bearing animals,
instinctively travel north, where it's colder, and they won't be so stuffy.
Ted: I'm not a fascist.
I'm a priest. Fascists dress up in black and tell people what to do. Whereas
Father Fitzpatrick: And
this is the last known photo of Herr Hitler; he's signing a few death warrants
Ted: Funny how you get more right-wing as you get older!
Mrs Doyle: Are you
looking forward to your lunch tomorrow, Father?
Ted: Hmmm? I suppose so.
Mrs Doyle: You do like pheasant, don't you Father?
Ted: Pheasant? I love pheasant.
Mrs Doyle: Well there's a little clue. The thing you'll be
eating likes pheasant as well.
Ted: Once again Dougal,
you've made me look like a complete fool in front of real people. Thanks very
Dougal: To be honest Ted, I forgot you had the money. I was
just going to tell you... your fly's open.
Dougal: Hello there
Bishop Brennan: Don't call me Len, you prick. Refer to me as
Dougal: Ah right you are there Len.
Dougal: God, I've heard
about those cults Ted. People dressing up in black and saying Our Lord's going
to come back and save us all.
Ted: No, Dougal, that's us. That's Catholicism.
Dougal: Oh right.
Dougal: Watch this,
Ted. (rubs letters off blackboard) You see? You can rub off the
Ted: But, Dougal, you can do that with any blackboard.
Pat Mustard: I'm a very
careful man, Father.
Ted: Except when it comes to taking precautions in the bedroom!
Pat: You're not advocating the use of artificial contraception
now, are you?
Ted: Well, ye......well, no...well, naturally.....well, not
really....well, of course you'd............JUST FECK OFF!
Ted: Dougal, don't you
think that if we put this baby's moustache, this baby's head hair and this
baby's sideboards together we'd get....Pat Mustard?
Dougal: D'you think the babies could be copying his style?
Ted: No, Dougal, I think Pat Mustard's been delivering more
than just dairy products, if you see what I mean.
Ted: Do you?
Ted: Dougal, have you
Dougal: Yes Ted. I've been drinking like a mad eejit. (stage
wink at Father Stack) I mean, no. I haven't.
Dougal: Can I stay up
tonight to watch the scary film?
Ted: Ah, no no no. The last time you stayed up to watch a scary
film you ended up having to sleep in my bed. I wouldn't mind, but it wasn't even
a scary film.
Dougal: Come on, Ted. A Volkswagen with a mind of its own. If
that isn't scary, I don't know what is.
Mary: (to John)
You've a face like a pair o' tits!
John: At least that's one pair between us!
Ted: What was it Jack
used to say about the needy? He had a term for them.
Dougal: A shower of bastards.
Ted: Maybe he's
Dougal: Jack? Scared of fighting? I don't think so, Ted!
Dougal: Ted, will you
look at this table. It's so dirty I could write me name in it.
Ted: (peering at table) There's a G in 'Dougal'.
Ted: So... let me get
this straight. You were up on an old man, riding him around and whipping him.
For an hour.
Ted: You realise that image will stay with me for the rest of
Dougal: What's going
Priest: I think Ted has a plan
Dougal: No. I mean in general.
Ted: Dougal, do we have
Dougal: (uncertainly) There was.. a spider in the bath
the other night....
Dougal: (trying to
pray) Hail Mary who art in heaven.......
Dougal: Oh yeah. Hallowed Be....
Ted: Thy Name...
Dougal: Papa Don't Preach........
Ted: Dougal, you know you can praise the lord with sleep.
Dougal: Really Ted? You can praise him in lots of ways, like
that time you said that I could praise him just by leaving the room.
Ted: Yes, that was a good one !
John O'Leary: What can
we do for you Father?
Dougal: I was looking for a pair of handcuffs actually.
John: A pair of handcuffs? What do you need them for?
Dougal: Oh nothing much, they're for me and Ted.
Mary: You and Father Ted?
Dougal: Yeah, we're just trying something out.
John: Well emm, actually, funnily enough we do have a pair.
Sergeant Thornton left them here when he retired.
Dougal: Retired from what?
John: From the police.
Dougal: The police? Was Sergeant Thornton a policeman?
John: Emm, he was yes. Why do you think he wore the uniform?
Dougal: Oh I thought he was just having a laugh.
John: Anyway here's the handcuffs.
Dougal: Great, bye now.
Ted: So you took Father
Jack out for a walk... and you lost him. Again.
Dougal: Well, Ted, like I said the last time: it won't happen
again. Sure now, what's the worst that could happen to him anyway?
Ted: Well Dougal, he could have an accident and be killed.
Dougal: ...Oh right, yes.
Ted: Dougal, you can't
sit around here watching television all day - chewing gum for the eyes!
Dougal: Oh no thanks Ted, I've got these crisps, here.
Mrs Doyle: Now come on
Father, what would you say to a nice cup of tea?
Jack: FECK OFF CUP!!!!!!
sobering up) YOU! YOU! YOU! WHAT THE HELL IS THIS?
Ted: That's a spoon, Father
Ted: I think we'd all
like to make a little sacrifice.
Jack: SACRIFICE? ARSE!
Dougal: I'll have them
Mrs Doyle. I love egg. In fact sometimes I think I'm going to turn into a big
Ted: I think that process has already begun.
Ted: His note from the
bishop said they never really found a suitable place for him... he's not a very
nice man, is he?
Dougal: God, Ted. I've never met anyone like him anywhere...
who would he be like - Hitler or one of those mad fellas.
Ted: Oh, worse than Hitler. You wouldn't find Hitler playing
jungle music at 3 o'clock in the morning.
Dougal: Well, who cares
anyway? They come in, they strip down the wallpaper, they fumigate the place and
they're gone. What's so bad about that?
Ted: Dougal, they're bishops!
Dougal: ...Oh right, yes.
Ted: I think it might
work, Dougal. I know it'll work. It will work.
Dougal: It won't work, will it Ted?
Ted: ...It won't, no.
Father Stack: I want to
listen to some music.
Ted: Oh, that's fine, you go ahead there.
Father Stack: I wasn't asking for permission.
Ted: Dougal, you can't
go around wearing an earring.
Dougal: But Father Damo has one!
Ted: Oh I see, so did Father Damo give you the idea?
Ted: Honestly, Dougal, what next? Will he be giving you crack
cocaine or something?
Dougal: Crack cocaine! Now come on, Ted.
(Dougal looks very shifty)
Ted: Honestly, Dougal,
could you not knock the old rollerblading on the head for a couple of weeks?
Dougal: You're right Ted. I used to be happy enough with me old
bike - I used to get a big buzz out of just going down to the shops on it, you
know? But after a while... it just wasn't enough. I started going for bigger and
bigger thrills... But I could give it up! Any time I wanted!
Ted: You tried to give it up yesterday and you couldn't.
Dougal: (falling to his knees and weeping into Ted's
crotch) You're right, Ted, I admit I've got a problem...
Mrs Doyle: Oh - by the
way, Bishop Brennan, your car's parked outside.
Bishop Brennan: I know. I parked it there myself.
Mrs Doyle: Well, if you're looking for the windscreen wipers
they're in the kitchen.
The bishop looks puzzled and worried.
Mrs Doyle: I thought they needed a little wash. The only
trouble is... I broke the side window as I was snapping them off.
Bishop Brennan: Leave my car alone and don't touch it again!
Mrs Doyle: Right you are Bishop. Oh! Just one thing - is your
car petrol or diesel?
Bishop Brennan: Leave it alone Mrs Doyle!
Mrs Doyle: (laughing) Oh no, Your Grace, this is just curiosity.
Is it petrol or...?
Bishop Brennan: It's diesel, it's diesel!
Mrs Doyle: Oh right. So it'd do a terrible amount of damage if
I was to put petrol in it?
Bishop Brennan: Yes. It would completely ruin the car's engine.
Mrs Doyle: Oooh! Well! (hysterical laughter) I
certainly won't be doing that then! (turns to leave with a look of horror
and guilt on her face)
My Lovely Horse
Ted and Dougal's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest (series
2 episode 4).
"My Lovely Horse
Running through the.. field
Where are you going
With your fetlocks blowing
In the... wind
I want to shower you with sugar lumps
And ride you over...fences
I want to polish your hooves every single day
And bring you to the horse... dentist
My lovely horse
You're a pony no... more
With a man on your back
Like a train in the night
Like a train in the... (hang on I can get this)... night!
This is unsurprisingly easy to play on the guitar, as Ted's
guitar technique is not formidable. It's a G chord, except on 'field', 'wind',
'fences', 'dentist' and the final 'night', where it's a C (sort of). For the
full effect, take much longer to change between chords than is actually
necessary (unless you're a really shite guitarist).