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Lighting. Good to go. Mrs Brown. Mrs Brown.
LAUGHTER Feck off! Stand by titles. Coming to
camera ten. Good luck everybody and run titles.
Welcome to Mrs Brown's Boys live! # She's Mrs Brown!
# That's Mrs Brown. APPLAUSE AND
CHEERING Police notice. A man is terrorising
the Finglas area. He is 7ft seven inches tall carrying a baseball bat.
If he knocks at your door, don't call us, do what he feckin' says.
Hello! APPLAUSE AND
CHEERING You're all very welcome to Mrs
Brown's Boys live. That mean this can't be edited.
LAUGHTER Somebody will be leaving the BBC on
Monday. And it could be Ken the cameraman.
LAUGHTER Don't touch anything, Ken. This
camera's not plugged in. I want to thank the British
broadcasting corporation and radio television Eireann which is Irish
for radio television eirean for this wonderful opportunity to address my
subjects live. What's the difference between this
episode and any other episode? Well, for a start they've put one of these
in my ear. That's so they can tell me what to
say and what not to say. Hello! Now...
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Sf
It's not going to happen. You know, my mother used to say can I... Oh!
APPLAUSE Hello, Dermot, hello, Maria. Hi, ma.
Is Buster here No. Typical. He was supposed to meet me here at...
LAUGHTER Now. You look a bit befuddled, son. He is. Yeah. I might
have to let Buster go. Oh, no. You have been best friends for years.
It's not easy to let your best friend go. No, it's not. But
Dermot's the boss and the business is what's important. But why? Frozen
foods. I can see your man boobs there when you did that!
APPLAUSE This is the most important contract
I have ever had. A year's business and Buster's not doing the business.
Who is Acme frozen foods? Suppliers of frozen foods throughout the
market. Not just fresh frozen but frozen fresh. Frozen fresh for your
freezer. Famously full of flavour. APPLAUSE
LAUGHTER Sorry love, what?
Suppliers of frozen foods throughout the ready meal and convenience foods
market. Not just fresh frozen but frozen fresh. Fields of fresh food
frozen fresh for your freezer. And famously full of flavour.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
Did you understand that? Yeah. Yeah, right Did you? No, what was it?
Well, they're suppliers of fresh food, frozen for your freezer. Yeah,
forget it! Well, I suppose that's a big
contract. I see. Oh, now. Hello, Mrs Brown. Hello son. You're
here. And I am ready to go. Buster, did you rehearse? I am ready. Show
us what you do when you hand out the leaflet. OK.
Be the penguin. I am, Dermot. I'm freezing.
LAUGHTER Acme frozen foods available in the
freezer section! I'll get the door. Excuse me.
I don't feel well. I know, I rang Dr Flynn and told him. That could be
him now. You were born not feeling well. You are never well. Look at
the face on you, Jesus, you look like you are the back of a bus. You
need to get more exercise. That's what's wrong with you. Changing
chaps on the television is not a workout: I tell you, your main
problem is you are a lazy... Fare! Come in Father Damien, come in.
Hello, grandad. He is not the doctor. No, it's a priest. It's
worse than we thought. I feel great. I bet you do.
Fare Damien, can I get you a cup of tea No, thanks, Mrs Brown. I just
popped in to ask a favour. What can I do for you You know MrCunningham.
The scout master. I do see him there. He is heading away to the
world scout conference. Oh, Bangkok again. You don't know what they get
up to they, do we? Sorry The devils. Anyway, he needs someone... He asked
me... Tell you what, why don't you go back to that bit again. You know
what happened there, I got excited and improvised.
APPLAUSE I won't be doing that again!
You know what, he needs someone to step in for him this week. Oh! He
gave me a list of possible leaders to ask and I wanted to know would
you do it? How many is on the list? 26. And you came to me first. Yes.
Of course. No problem, you leave it to me. Dib-dib-dib. Follow me, left
to right. Left to right! Hello, Father Damien. The sermon this
morning was lovely. Thank you, Maria. I always found the letters of
St Paul to be very inspiring. Father, it was just a comment, not a
review. You will have a cup of tea? No, thanks, Mrs Brown. I have an
appointment in Monkstown and don't even know how to get there. I know.
Are you driving or walking Driving. Yeah, that's the quickest way.
APPLAUSE Father Damien, how come you never
smell of fish? You know why. I tell you why,
because... I will tell you why. Rory says he sees you out trawling all
the time. You never smell of fish. Never. Maybe you are using the wrong
bait. I am indeed. What do you find you get, crabs? Sometimes I go for
crabs. Father Damien has asked me to step into the Boy Scout troop for
the week. I don't know about that... Don't you worry. You are in good
hands. Good then. What's that? Close your eyes. Stay rigid and just fall.
But trust me to catch you. LAUGHTER
I wouldn't trust you to catch a bucking cold. Dermot, you catch her.
You trust Dermot. With all my heart. Stand over here. Close your eyes.
Stay rigid. Yes, I am. When you are ready just fall and trust Dermot to
catch you. Oh, now, I am nervous. Don't worry, mammy, I'll catch you.
OK, love. Go! APPLAUSE AND
CHEERING I'll let myself out.
Doing your workout, Agnes? Yes, I was just warming up for my weights.
Do you want to spot me? Do you want a #ku7 of fae, Winnie? Yes, please,
I am gasp for a cupa. That Church was freezing this morning. Maria was
down there as well, what had you down on a Saturday morning? It was a
memorial mass for Quinn's husband. He is dead five years now. That flew
in, didn't it. Didn't it just. God love poor Lily. She looked really
sad. Oh, that's sad. She blames herself for his death. She did
locking shoot him. I suppose. Are you all right? No, I am not feeling
great, Agnes. I didn't sleep a wink last night. One minute I am hot then
I am cold and hot again and then itchy. Itchy? Itchy where? In bed. I
am sorry to hear that. You should go down to the doctor and get that
checked out. We are going to check that on the internet. Don't do that.
I know somebody that did that and died of a misprint. You are right,
Agnes. I am going to pop down and see Dr Flynn right now. You do and
tell him everything. I will. Oh, don't be worrying about Winnie.
Winnie's a hyper chrondiac. Somebody gets a cold and Winnie feckin'
sneezes. Who was that? It was Winnie. Do you want a cup of tea,
Cathy? Please. She's gone down to the doctor. Says she's not well.
Yeah, Sharron said something about that last night. I hope it's nothing
serious. Serious, what do you mean? Well, a fever. Chills. Skin
irritation. Sounds like nothing I have heard of.
Hello you two. Hi ma. Cup of tea, Mark? No, I am on my way into work.
Right, I will see you later. Sure. Right, see you. Bye.
Would you like a cup of tea, Betty? No, thanks.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
Right then I'm off to the scout shop. The scout shop? To get a few
things. Tell Bono I will be bringing him down to the scouts myself this
week. He will be thrilled. Out of the way, Rory.
Mammy, have you got a few minutes to talk? Rory, no, we're live. Mammy, I
have an idea. Rory, no! Live! Come on.
Rory, don't push me on this, I haven't time, I have to get changed
for the next scene. Shut up, here, hold them knickers!
Here, no goodbye kiss. Everything all right with you and Mark? What do
you think of that? I want to get it. Wow. What an amazing bedroom. Which
part are you looking to get? All of it. All of it? Looks expensive.
That's what Mark said too. But take a good look at it most is carpentry.
He is a carpenter. Cathy, we have been in business now
for two years. We are doing all right. We deserve a treat. This is a
treat. The Brown men can be pretty
stubborn. Not as stubborn as the others, except when it comes to sex.
You're not making the effort, Buster. You have to be the penguin.
I am, what do you want me to do? Start pissing ice cubes was to mark
don't get smart. Try again. PENGUIN NOISES
That's a chicken! That they don't. Jesus! -- that a goat.
Back seat is taken, son. Jesus, Agnes, it's yourself. Are you going
to a fancy dress? Fair play, that's a lovely thing to do. Is easy. I'd
play games with them and every 20 minutes I give them a smoke break. I
finished my jigsaw. Well done. How long did it take? Two months. Is
that not a bit long? On the box, set two to four years. -- it set two to
four years. How did you get on at the doctor? He said I've got nothing
to worry about. I'm just getting a stroke. What?! Wait, I'm getting a
flu. I thought it was a stroke from the Internet. I'm going for a second
opinion. What doctor? She's a spiritualist and a healer. Winnie,
don't start that shite. She is really good. She helped the police
find a body, what do you call that? A feckin' suspect. I heard about
Mark and Betty having bedroom problems. Who told you? Sharon. No
wonder she was quiet. That's nothing to worry about. People die! Small
animals get nervous. Did you ever have to bottle it up? God, no. My
Redser could do it twice. He won in December was the best. You should
see the noise he made when he was having an orgasm. Woke me up every
time. And I was downstairs. You know, when he was making love, used
to go... Mike Jacko was really good at it. Yes, he was. -- my Jacko. I
said, that's nice. You know, you are better off leaving it to Mark and
Betty to sort it out themselves. So, I will sort it out.
APPLAUSE I have no doubt that Mark and Betty would be able to sort it
out themselves. But, you know, they'd be with a little bit of help.
EASTENDERS THEME Sorry, it's my feckin' ringtone.
It's the director. Hello, Ben. I wasn't supposed to? That is why I
took out the feckin' radio Mike. I know you're upset that mammy
wouldn't listen. She wouldn't! When I tried to talk to her, she said,
hold your knickers. I'm listening. What we need to do is keep a level
head and discuss this calmly, agreed? Agreed. Agreed! Why don't
you start. The owner of the salon has decided to sell up and retire to
Spain and... Oh, I'm too excited! Take it, Rory. He's offered to let
me and the no do a and isn't. -- do a management buyout.
Is this something I should have been invited to? No. Director's meeting.
Who are the directors? Me and Dino. I wouldn't let you direct traffic up
a one-way street. I don't like the way you speak to my son. I saw your
note. Don't forget to pay the rent, boy.
LAUGHTER OK, boys. The essence of good business is preparation. Fail
to prepare them repair to fail. Melt... Mount the rampant stallion.
LAUGHTER The first thing you have to look at is cost and income. Come on,
horsey! O! O! Ooh! Writes, that is rent, electric, wages, stock. Allow
504 miscellaneous. Who is she? You know, lads, I think, with
10,000, you could do this. Really? Where are we going to get that?
Feck, Will Grigg somewhere. Watch me. Globally! -- feck it, we'll get
it somewhere. What is going on here? Me and Dino are taking over. Under
new management, Wash And Low. -- Below. Writes, first things first, a
business plan. Let's get back to the apartment and start working on it.
Rory. Sit down, I want to talk to you. It down. -- sit down. Rory,
have you seen Mrs Murphy's with the visiting mark -- Mrs Murphy's pussy?
There is a photograph of it down in the post office. It is feckin' huge!
I don't know what she is shoving into it, but it is more than keys.
It's been missing for five days. She says she went -- she let it out for
a wee and it can get back in, because the flat was frozen. -- it
couldn't get back in because the flat was frozen.
Her high, Maria. Was he any better today? Years trying. I need you to
do what you have to do. Point, Dermot? That was quick. Sharon, two
pints when you are ready, please. Listen, Buster, we need to talk. Go
ahead, I'm all ears. Where? Not really, because penguins don't have
is. That is why I never got it when you see them on Christmas cards
singing carols. Listen,... Agnes, look at those two old days, out for
a drink. That will be asked in ten years' time. -- two old dears.
Winnie, that's a feckin' mirror. Mammy, could I please have a minute.
Back off! Betty, who is that on the front of your magazine? Holli
Willoughby. She's beautiful. Take away the blue eyes, the blonde hair
and the figure and what have you got? You! Betty, would you tell
Mark, when he gets a chance, I want to have an adult chat with him.
Show. You all right, Maria? I'm just worried about Dermot. It's not easy
for him. What's not easy? He's firing Buster. Why? It's a big
contract and Buster isn't up to star. He has eight other staff and
he can't take the chances. He has to show leadership. Business is
business. Is it, is business always just business? Yes. Open the window
in there when you are finished. You know, I remember when Dermot was
just setting up, it was just the and Buster. How much does she pay him
for those? We couldn't afford to pay him back then. Just as well that
business wasn't business as it was just then. -- back then. I went to
that spiritualist. Right, and? What did she say? She said I had the flu.
What was the cure? She told me to go to the doctor. She's amazing.
I can't believe it. I just can't believe it. Dermot... Maria, leave
this to me. I can't believe it. It's a mistake. I can't take it back now.
Supervisor, I've never been promoted false. Promoted?! Yeah, and Dermot
said it was all your idea. Thanks, Maria. No problem, Buster. Sign --
Sharon, two more points when you are ready, please. And fair on me. --
and they are on me. Hi, Cathy. Hi, Mark. Mammy said she
wanted to talk to me. Is she here? She is in the sitting room watching
television. I think it's Game Of Thrones.
LAUGHTER. SEXUAL NOISES
Mammy! He was given this to bring home from school. It's from a school
trip. What does it say? Agnes, what did you do? I just gave out a few
tips. Was one of those, never pay a step upfront? Mammy! It was a
metaphor. For what? Never pay a prostitute. Mammy! Do you want the?
Yes, Cathy. I may as well, Mark. Winter is coming. You wanted a chat
with me. Winnie, often with you. This is a family business. What
chat? Just go home. Sit down. Well? How are you? In grand. Got something
on your mind? Are you stressed? No. I heard on the grapevine that you
and Betty are having a drink problems. Who told you that? --
bedroom problems. Sharon McDoogan. It's not a big deal. It is, I've
seen marriages fail over these things. It's not real serious. It's
just timing. Timing? There is no problem putting it in.
LAUGHTER But I want to wait until I was a bit slack. -- slacker. I
haven't looked at it closely. I'm not even sure if it will fit. Use
washers. I didn't know it meant that much to Betty. You know what, I'm
going to bring her home right now and get started on her. Right,
Betty, come on, you and I are going home to do some measuring in the
bedroom. We want to see which it sits there. Really, the whole thing?
Yeah, and see if I can get in. Come on, mammy. Things have changed
since my day. As long as Betty gets what she wants... I think she's
going to get a bit more than she bargained for. Well, there you are.
Just another episode of Mrs Brown's Boys. Nothing 's changed, same...
Well, we've got a new producer was very young. Brett is up there
feeding him now. And they are both enjoying it. It
was just a normal episode, you know, Rory can't get a word in, Buster
can't do a bird sound. And Mark, it seems, can't get it all in. You
know,... You know, a lot of people thought this was going to just be
half an hour of bad language. Feck's 's sake.
You know, the older I get, the more I see this world is becoming
disposable, disposable nappies, disposable cell phones, disposable
governments, even disposable banks. It just doesn't seem like there is
anything that can be done any more. Let me tell you this, if you ever
feel lonely or a bit down, come on the television and flick the comedy.
Have yourself a good laugh. From Dad's Army to Fawlty Towers, Only
Falls And Horses,, we'll be there, you can depend on that. Agnes Brown,
out. Mammy,... What, love? Can we talk?
What do you want? I need ten grand. Don't look at me like that.
Like what? Like what? I'm just going to ask her.
I'm just going to come... Can't do it, I can't do it.
Can't do it. Can't do it.
Agnes Brown is her usual meddling self in the first ever live broadcast of Mrs Brown's Boys. When Agnes discovers that Mark and Betty are having bedroom problems, she takes it upon herself to help. Meanwhile, as Dermot's business grows, he has a difficult decision to make about his best friend Buster.