Laugh along with three Irish priests exiled on a tiny island as penance for indulging in their outrageously funny vices in the second series of this comic masterpiece.
"The Old Grey Whistle Theft"--Following an argument with Ted, an officious picnic area supervisor realizes that his shiny silver whistle has disappeared. As hysteria grows over the breakdown of law and order, Sergeant Hodgins begins to suspect a priest is responsible.
"Song for Europe"--Driven on by his rivalry with Father Dick Byrne, Ted is determined to win the 1996 Eurosong Contest. To this end, he and Dougal "borrow" the music of an old Eurosong contender and enter it as their own.
"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.
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