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Mrs Brown's Boys Christmas Special: Mammy's Christmas Punch
Sun 24 Dec 10:15pm - 11pm
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“I’m determined to have a safe Christmas this year,” says Agnes, as she takes delivery of another preposterous, life-threatening tree from Buster. She’s also preoccupied with Winnie’s bucket list and the family’s plan to ship her off to Canada.
Mrs Brown’s Boys has zero sophistication but still manages to be peculiarly endearing and pull in the punters. This ramshackle special squeezes in decent visual gags, a trumping grandad and a swearing vicar; the usually effective ad-libs for once look well rehearsed. And watch out for a throwaway cameo for Noddy Holder.
The doting mother-of-six is determined to have a safe and peaceful Christmas at home this year. However, with Mark and Betty arguing about the reappearance of his first love Bubbles, carol singers haunting her every waking hour and Buster installing a new Christmas tree with a very unusual safety feature, how will she manage to survive? The first of two festive instalments of the comedy, written by and starring Brendan O'Carroll, with Danny O'Carroll and featuring a guest appearance by Slade frontman Noddy Holder.
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