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* {{Flanderization}}: John (Joe) Duffy. In the first three seasons he was simply a normal man who enjoyed (and sometimes got sexual [[{{BDSM}} pleasure out of]]) hearing listeners' miserable stories. By series four, he has become a [[{{Film/Nosferatu}} Nosferatu]]-like creature with an [[TheIgor assistant]] that can't hear any hint of happiness without visibly recoiling.

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* {{Flanderization}}: John (Joe) Duffy. In the first three seasons he was simply a normal man who enjoyed (and sometimes got sexual [[{{BDSM}} [[UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} pleasure out of]]) hearing listeners' miserable stories. By series four, he has become a [[{{Film/Nosferatu}} Nosferatu]]-like creature with an [[TheIgor assistant]] that can't hear any hint of happiness without visibly recoiling.


* TheTroubles: Edwin & Patsy


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->''"Ireland: A land of complex questions and simple people. Over this intriguing little place, we cast [[TitleDrop The Savage Eye]]."''\\
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->''"Ireland: A land of complex questions and simple people. Over this intriguing little place, we cast [[TitleDrop The Savage Eye]]."''\\
-- ''Opening Monologue''
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'''''The Savage Eye''''' is an Irish comedy show written and acted primarily by David [=McSavage=] which lampoons different aspects of Irish culture and history. Each episode poses a question, usually in the form of "Why are the Irish so x?" and up to eight reasons are given. It has aspects of a {{Faux Documentary}}, with real interviews with people on the street about the episode's question, interspersed with comedic sketches. Ran for three seasons on RTÉ between 2009 and 2011. There was also a Christmas special at the end of series three in 2011.

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'''''The ''The Savage Eye''''' Eye'' is an Irish comedy show written and acted primarily by David [=McSavage=] which lampoons different aspects of Irish culture and history. Each episode poses a question, usually in the form of "Why are the Irish so x?" and up to eight reasons are given. It has aspects of a {{Faux Documentary}}, with real interviews with people on the street about the episode's question, interspersed with comedic sketches. Ran for three seasons on RTÉ between 2009 and 2011. There was also a Christmas special at the end of series three in 2011.


* UnusualEuphemism: Ireland's President for Life teaching Ajiboye the euphemisms pertaining to the Irish family:

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* UnusualEuphemism: Ireland's President for Life [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBLR8rSRSkw teaching Ajiboye Ajiboye]] the euphemisms pertaining to the Irish family:


The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] ran in May and June 2014 on {{RTE}} Two.

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The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] ran in May and June 2014 on {{RTE}} Creator/{{RTE}} Two.


** The Garda Sergeant, who pronounces the word 'Gardaí' as (approximately) 'hnard-ee-yuh' and advises one student to remember the noise the Lion from the ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' made.

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** The Garda Sergeant, who pronounces the word 'Gardaí' as (approximately) 'hnard-ee-yuh' and advises one student to remember the noise the Lion from the ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' made.


** The Garda Sergeant, who pronounces the word 'Gardaí' as (approximately) 'hnard-ee-yuh' and advises one student to remember the noise the Lion from the ''Film/WizardOfOz'' made.

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** The Garda Sergeant, who pronounces the word 'Gardaí' as (approximately) 'hnard-ee-yuh' and advises one student to remember the noise the Lion from the ''Film/WizardOfOz'' ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' made.


* [[BannedEpisode Banned Sketch]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7soRJK92zg This sketch]] was removed from the 'Love' episode as it was deemed 'blasphemous'.

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* [[BannedEpisode Banned Sketch]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7soRJK92zg This sketch]] was removed from the 'Love' episode as it was deemed 'blasphemous'.


*** Mick even says he would have to claw him apart with a hammer if he was 'quaaar'.

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*** Mick even says he would have to claw him his son apart with a hammer if it turned out that he was 'quaaar'.



* HypocriticalHumour: "I just think it's criminal, the control that religion has in the countries. Anyway, we'll take a break there for the Angelus, and we'll be right back!

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* HypocriticalHumour: "I just think it's criminal, the control that religion has in the countries. Anyway, we'll take a break there for the Angelus, and we'll be right back!back!"



** The Minister for Breathlessness to Convey Sincerity isn't much better.



* OminousLatinChanting: "O Fortuna" from ''Music/CarminaBurana'' plays everytime the Catholic priest robs the little boy in the 'Catholic Church' titles.

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* OminousLatinChanting: "O Fortuna" from ''Music/CarminaBurana'' [[{{Leitmotif}} plays everytime every time]] the Catholic priest robs the little boy in the 'Catholic Church' titles.


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** In other situations, such as when learning how to take care of a baby, the above dynamic is reversed. The students act like CloudCuckooLander [[{{Manchild}} manchildren]] while the Garda Sergeant is SurroundedByIdiots.


The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] ran in May and June 2014 on RTÉ Two.

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The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] ran in May and June 2014 on RTÉ {{RTE}} Two.


The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] in May and June 2014 on RTÉ Two.

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The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] ran in May and June 2014 on RTÉ Two.


The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] is currently airing from 5 May 2014 on RTÉ Two.

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The [[{{Uncanceled}} fourth series]] is currently airing from 5 in May and June 2014 on RTÉ Two.

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