Singing sensation Eoin McLove, at Number One for 27 weeks with My Lovely Mayo Mammy, secretly visits Mrs Doyle for tea after she wins a poetry competition
Ted accepts a job offer in America, with his very own parish in Beverly Hills. But with his ambition about to be realised, Ted's only problem is how to tell the others.
Father Ted, Father Dougal and six other priests take a wrong turn while Christmas shopping and end up lost in the lingerie section of a huge department store
It's the annual All-Priests Over 75s Five-a-Side Football Challenge Match against Rugged Island and Ted realises that Father Dick Byrne will stop at nothing to win
When Ted gets Pat Mustard, Craggy Island's randy milkman, sacked, Dougal takes over the round. But Pat plants a bomb on the milk float to get his revenge. Can Ted save Dougal?
A perfect square of dirt on the window and an ill-conceived and unfortunately-timed impression lead to rumours that Ted is a bit of a racist
Ted bets the annual heating allowance on Chris the sheep to win the island's annual sheep trials
Jack is rushed to St. Clabbert's Old Priests Home when his hands become worryingly hairy. And his replacement is even more of a nightmare than the great man himself...
Flying back from a visit to a particularly holy shrine, Ted, Jack and Dougal find themselves in mortal danger when Dougal visits the cockpit and does something really, really st ...
Ted and Dougal decide to enter the 1996 Eurosong Contest. With inspired lyrics, a jaunty tune and the right attitude, they stand a good chance. Don't they?
Father Dougal is very excited about his new pet rabbit, Sampras. Meanwhile, rabbit-phobic Bishop Brennan is due to arrive to investigate a case of suspected nude sleepwalking by ...
Ted, Dougal and Jack head off on their summer holidays to Father O'Rourke's caravan in Kilkenny. Unfortunately, a run-in with some naked neighbours gets the holy men ...
There's a leaky roof threatening to collapse on Father Jack, and Ted receives a car from Bishop Brennan for a raffle prize, but as usual, things go horribly wrong
Three bishops are on their way to Craggy Island to upgrade the Holy Stone of Clonrickert to a Class II relic, and Ted is determined that Dougal and Jack be on their best behavio ...
The arrival of a rebellious priest coincides with the theft of the picnic area supervisor's whistle. Is law and order breaking down on Craggy Island?
Novelist Polly Clarke, author of the steamy 'Bejewelled with Kisses', comes to stay on the island, and Ted thinks she's fallen for him
Sister Mulligan's visit to Craggy Island ends dramatically when Father Jack drinks a bottle of polish and dies. Ted and Dougal's grief's tempered by the fact that ...
After a night gossiping with Father Hernandez over the longest game of Cluedo in history, Ted and Dougal are bullied into being moral crusaders by Bishop Brennan, with disastrou ...
It's the All Priests Look-A-Like competition and Ted is determined that this year he will defeat his fellow priests from Rugged Island
Fame beckons for Ted when Terry MacNamee phones up to interview him for 'The Television'. Unfortunately, the filming at the local beauty spot coincides with the arriva ...
Life's always dull on Craggy Island, but it gets even duller when Father Paul Stone visits. Six years he's been coming to holiday with Ted, and the protracted silences ...
An aggressive protest singer arrives on the island just as Ted is to judge the Lovely Girls competition. How will Ted deal with this clash of feminism and womanhood?
Easter is fast approaching, so Ted decides to get on with the important business of sacrificing something for Lent... but what should he choose?