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* LiteralMinded: Dougal:
-->'''Solicitor:''' When is the funeral again?
-->'''Dougal:''' 'Again'? We haven't had the first one yet.

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* SinisterMinister: We see in flashbacks that Jack was very much this, terrifying young children with fire and brimstone sermons whenever he wasn't thrashing them.

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* CannotTalkToWomen: Dougal again.


* AndImTheQueenOfSheba: Dougal insists that if the female solicitor actually is a solicitor then he's [[Music/CultureClub Boy George]]. [[ParoidedTrope Cut to him singing Karma Chameleon.]]

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* AndImTheQueenOfSheba: Dougal insists that if the female solicitor actually is a solicitor then he's [[Music/CultureClub Boy George]]. [[ParoidedTrope [[ParodiedTrope Cut to him singing Karma Chameleon.]]


* AndImTheQueenOfSheba: Dougal insists that if the female solicitor actually is a solicitor then he's [[Music/CultureClub Boy George]]. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Cut to him singing Karma Chameleon.]]

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* AndImTheQueenOfSheba: Dougal insists that if the female solicitor actually is a solicitor then he's [[Music/CultureClub Boy George]]. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments [[ParoidedTrope Cut to him singing Karma Chameleon.]]


* AndImTheQueenOfSheba: Dougal insists that if the female solicitor actually is a solicitor then he's [[Music/CultureClub Boy George]]. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Cut to him singing Karma Chameleon.]]



* GilliganCut: Dougal insists that if the female solicitor actually is a solicitor then he's [[Music/CultureClub Boy George]]. Cut to him singing Karma Chameleon.

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* TheTalk: Ted wearily starts giving this to Dougal. Not for the first time, it seems.


* CallBack: In [[Recap/FatherTedS1E5AndGodCreatedWomen "And God Created Women"]] Ted puts [[Film/TheCommitments]] on the shelf. The film of the book was referenced here.

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* CallBack: In [[Recap/FatherTedS1E5AndGodCreatedWomen "And God Created Women"]] Ted puts [[Film/TheCommitments]] [[Film/TheCommitments The Commitments]] on the shelf. The film of the book was referenced here.

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* CallBack: In [[Recap/FatherTedS1E5AndGodCreatedWomen "And God Created Women"]] Ted puts [[Film/TheCommitments]] on the shelf. The film of the book was referenced here.


* NoodleIncident: Father Jack running off with Sister Imelda, the blue nun.

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* NoodleIncident: Father Jack running off with Sister Imelda, the [[StealthPun blue nun.nun]].

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* ProperlyParanoid: Father Jack was worried that he might get buried alive, and so had his will include a condition whereby Ted and Dougal had to spend the night watching over his body. Downplayed in that Jack recovered long before the funeral and so was never in serious danger of being buried alive, but his fears evidently weren’t as ridiculous as they might have seemed at first glance.

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* MistakenForForeigner: Sister Monica is praising the efforts of the Church in Africa to a black priest who is actually from Donegal.


* CaptainObvious: Dougal and Sister Monica, who has been staying at the parochial house, share a few moments of awkward silence before Dougal decides to break the tension:
-->'''Dougal:''' So then, you're a nun?



* Fainting: Happens to Ted twice and Dougal once.

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* Fainting: DisproportionateRetribution: Ted and Jack are shown in a flashback playing chess. After Ted makes a good move, Jack sweeps the pieces off the board and punches Ted in the face.
* {{Fainting}}:
Happens to Ted twice and Dougal once.


After one bottle of household cleaner too many, Father Jack has finally passed on. Much to the surprise of the remaining Craggy Island priests Jack had squirrelled away a small fortune and left it to them both. But first they must hold an all-night vigil with him the night before his funeral. Cue Jack and Dougal playing games, discussing the afterlife and reciting poetry before a loud voice sends them both into a swoon...



* TheUnintelligible: Father Fay makes his first appearance. He speaks in ape-like nonsense but everyone understands him.

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* TheUnintelligible: Father Fay makes his first appearance. He speaks in ape-like nonsense but everyone understands him.him.
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[[AC:SHUT THE FECK UP!]]

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: The episode ends with Jack telling the viewer to "feck off!"
* CanisLatinicus: Dougal giving the Last Rites to Jack:
-->'''Dougal:''' Totus tuus minimus canus, [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Costacurta, Baggio, Roberto...]]
* CurseCutShort:
-->'''Ted:''' The language! You wouldn't hear it from a docker.
-->'''Dougal:''' Oh you would, Ted. They use terrible language.
-->'''Ted:''' Effing this and effing that.
-->'''Dougal:''' It was worse. She was saying f-
-->'''Ted:''' Dougal!
* DelayedReaction: Dougal passes out a few seconds after realising Jack is alive.
* Fainting: Happens to Ted twice and Dougal once.
* GilliganCut: Dougal insists that if the female solicitor actually is a solicitor then he's [[Music/CultureClub Boy George]]. Cut to him singing Karma Chameleon.
* LampshadeHanging: Ted wonders how Dougal even became a priest.
-->'''Ted:''' Dougal, how did you get into the Church? Was it "collect twelve crisp packets and become a priest"?
* MoodWhiplash: Ted interrupting their vigil with a game of charades, and later Jack coming back to life during Ted's sombre poem.
* NoodleIncident: Father Jack running off with Sister Imelda, the blue nun.
* NotQuiteDead: Jack manages to shake off the symptoms of death including having no heartbeat and [[UpToEleven decomposition.]]
* OnOneCondition: The priests will inherit Jack's wealth only if they spend the night before his funeral with his body.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere:
-->'''Mrs Doyle:''' Father Crilly, there's a woman here to see you.
-->'''Ted:''' A woman, Mrs Doyle? I think you mean a nun.
-->'''Mrs Doyle:''' Oh no, it's a woman alright. With a skirt.
-->'''Dougal:''' I'll be off then.
* TheUnintelligible: Father Fay makes his first appearance. He speaks in ape-like nonsense but everyone understands him.

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