History YMMV / FatherTed

12th Feb '18 7:46:53 AM jto5334t
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** When Niamh Connolly visits the house, Dougal is left by Ted to mind it and to try to control his uneasiness around women.\\
'''You'd Expect''': Dougal will do the proper host duties while Ted is gone.\\
'''Instead''': He ''sells Connolly the house''.
** In "A Christmassy Ted", Ted forgets about a funeral due to walking off around the island.\\
'''You'd Expect''': Dougal and everyone else in the parochial house to wait until Ted gets back, and then send him to do the funeral.\\
'''Instead''': Dougal does the funeral himself, and [[TheFunInFuneral completely ruins it]].

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** When Niamh Connolly visits the house, This label can be applied to Dougal is left by Ted to mind it and to try to control his uneasiness around women.\\
'''You'd Expect''': Dougal will do the proper host duties while Ted is gone.\\
'''Instead''': He ''sells Connolly the house''.
** In "A Christmassy Ted", Ted forgets about a funeral due to walking off around the island.\\
'''You'd Expect''': Dougal and everyone else
in general, between placing rabbits in a Bishop's bedroom, selling the parochial house to wait until Ted gets back, and then send him to do the funeral.\\
'''Instead''': Dougal does the funeral himself,
a feminist and [[TheFunInFuneral completely ruins it]].ruining a funeral]].
2nd Dec '17 11:13:15 AM jto5334t
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* AllThereIsToKnowAboutTheCryingGame: "He got his lad out!"



'''Instead''': Ted freaks out in the night [[InsaneTrollLogic that Brennan was going to kill them for destroying the car]] and quickly borrows another priest's car. [[EpicFail Things go horribly wrong from there]].

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'''Instead''': Ted freaks out in the night [[InsaneTrollLogic that Brennan was going to kill them for destroying the car]] car and quickly borrows another priest's car. [[EpicFail Things go horribly wrong from there]].
14th Nov '17 6:21:24 AM Ulathon1
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*** And the three 'Death' Tarot cards he chooses from the fortune teller's deck in the first episode.

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*** And the three 'Death' Tarot cards he chooses from the fortune teller's deck in the first episode. Given that it comes out of the blue and is not used for any kind of punchline afterwards, it gets outright creepy.
28th Oct '17 12:21:30 PM jto5334t
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** In "A Song for Europe", Ted and Dougal are listening to a B-side from a previous {=EuroSong=} entrant, and realise that its music matches the lyrics of their song perfectly.\\

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** In "A Song for Europe", Ted and Dougal are listening to a B-side from a previous {=EuroSong=} [=EuroSong=] entrant, and realise that its music matches the lyrics of their song perfectly.\\
28th Oct '17 12:20:49 PM jto5334t
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** In "A Song for Europe", Ted and Dougal are listening to a B-side from a previous {{=EuroSong=}} entrant, and realise that its music matches the lyrics of their song perfectly.\\

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** In "A Song for Europe", Ted and Dougal are listening to a B-side from a previous {{=EuroSong=}} {=EuroSong=} entrant, and realise that its music matches the lyrics of their song perfectly.\\
28th Oct '17 12:20:18 PM jto5334t
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** In "Competition Time", Mrs. Doyle tries to tempt Henry into drinking a glass of sherry without realising that he is [[TheAlcoholic a man who is off the wagon]]. During the exchange, Ted walks in.\\
'''You'd Expect''': For Ted to remind Mrs. Doyle that they already have an alcoholic in the house (Jack), and that if Henry was alcoholic (which the priest doesn't know is true at the time), she should probably give him something else, such as tea.\\
'''Instead''': He sides with Mrs. Doyle in tempting Henry and making him give in. This causes Henry to end up OffTheWagon and a few minutes later the living room is a mess.



** In "A Song for Europe", Ted and Dougal are listening to a B-side from a previous {{EuroSong}} entrant, and realise that its music matches the lyrics of their song perfectly.\\

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** In "A Song for Europe", Ted and Dougal are listening to a B-side from a previous {{EuroSong}} {{=EuroSong=}} entrant, and realise that its music matches the lyrics of their song perfectly.\\
18th Sep '17 10:53:12 AM jto5334t
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** Anything Jack says.

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** Anything Jack says. "DRINK!" "FECK!" "ARSE!" "GIRLS!" "THAT WOULD BE AN ECUMENICAL MATTER!" "I REMEMBER!"
8th Aug '17 10:28:16 AM jto5334t
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Jack's nude sleepwalking in "The Plague" definitely qualifies for he nevers engages in it again; nor does anyone bring it up. Subverted with the music video dream from "A Song for Europe"; a clip from that appears in the final episode

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Jack's nude sleepwalking in "The Plague" definitely qualifies qualifies, for he nevers never engages in it again; nor does anyone bring it up. Subverted with the music video dream from "A Song for Europe"; a clip from that appears in the final episodeepisode
** BizarroEpisode: The whole fecking episode may also qualify as a BLAM, as the rabbits appear unexpectedly and unrealistically appear and disappear with Jack changing rooms, besides the nude sleepwalking. Subverted with "Grant Unto Him Eternal Rest", as one of the lines in "Escape from Victory" asks if Jack was 'dead again'.
5th Aug '17 2:36:33 PM jto5334t
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* GrowingTheBeard: While the first series isn't considered bad by a long shot, it's noticeably slower-paced than the two that follows, and has much more of a focus on cringe comedy than the surreal and absurd humour that the show would become known for. The second series is seen as when the really show found its footing.

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* GrowingTheBeard: While the first series isn't considered bad by a long shot, it's noticeably slower-paced than the two that follows, and has much more of a focus on cringe comedy than the surreal and absurd humour that the show would become known for. The second series is seen as when the show really show found its footing.
5th Aug '17 2:28:02 PM jto5334t
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Jack's nude sleepwalking in "The Plague" definitely qualifies. Subverted with the music video dream from "A Song for Europe"; a clip from that appears in the final episode

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Jack's nude sleepwalking in "The Plague" definitely qualifies.qualifies for he nevers engages in it again; nor does anyone bring it up. Subverted with the music video dream from "A Song for Europe"; a clip from that appears in the final episode
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