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Mrs. Brown's BOY: The Later Late Late Show-Friday 29th October 2021

  • 28-10-2021 1:19pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 2,398 ✭✭✭ Pelvis Parsley


    Bounced down the schedules by the inexplicable Brendan O'Coddle (LOIVE-"cackle"), this weeks procession of misery commences at the slightly later time of five past ten.

    BOC will be on to celebrate ten years of Mrs. Brown, notwithstanding the fact that he's been channelling that hoary 'oul bat for about thirty years over here, in totality.

    "Fresh from a spooky live television performance of Mrs Brown's Boys on RTÉ and BBC, O'Carroll and the gang will join the Late Late Show from BBC Scotland to celebrate ten years of their hugely successful television series."


    With the (cough) comedy out of the way, we can swiftly move on to the misery. Lovely. I can't figure out if the dog was called Kiera, or if he suffered a DEATH as well. Either way, Mr. Cancer has branched out into pet deaths now.

    Interestingly, Cathy Dennis dated this guy and wrote the pop ditty "Toxic" after they parted. Britney Spears made a nice few bob for her father out of it, as her version was quite successful.

    "Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick will chat to Ryan Tubridy about his new children's book Vetman and life after losing his dog and best friend Keira."

    Christy (the other one) is on to tell us about his addictions, and to plug his album where he sings about his addictions. He will also perform a song where he references his addictions.

    I wonder what they'll discuss?

    "Christy Dignam will talk about releasing his debut solo album The Man Who Stayed Alive and celebrating 40 years with Aslan next year.

    He will also perform High from the new album."


    Paudie Harrington is on as well, himself will mine some misery from that. Easy Peasy.

    "And a month on from his Ryder Cup disappointment, European captain Pádraig Harrington will reflect on the weekend and explain why he wouldn't change anything about his approach to leading the team."


    Music (aside from Aslan) is by Lyra.

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