Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie


Do we have a question, Mr Crews?

Mr Cunningham,

what is the name of this horse

that you allege my client stole?

I just called him "horsey".

Like, "Come here, horsey, horsey'.

No, not what you called it.

The name-name of this horse.

I mean, it would be on the papers

that you have for this horse.

I don't have papers.

He didn't come with papers.

You have a photograph of this horse?

What the f*ck would I be doing

taking a photograph of a horse for?

Justice, without any evidence

of the existence of this horse,

how can my client be

accused of stealing it?

To all intents and purposes,

this horse does not even exist.

I have a very busy day ahead of me.

I cant spend time on the theft

of an invisible horse.

Case dismissed.

How can a one-pound box of chocolates

put on five pounds?

It's beyond my apprehension.

Cathy's talking about getting me

something nice for my birthday.

Really? What?

Tickets to go to Placido Dodominigo.

Oh, lovely. For a week or 10 days?

Speaking of birthdays, I don't know what

to get my Sharon for hers next week.

- Get her a book.

- No, she has one.

You know, Winnie,

I live for these little chats of ours.

- Me, too, Agnes.

- Here, come on.

Off with you. I have work to do.


Yes, love?

What's the difference between

those apples for 50 cents

and those for apples for 75?

Well these ones are low fat.

They're called Granny Smith Lite.

I'll take of the low fat 75 cent ones.

That's 1.50, love, please.

There you go.

Have a nice day.

You're a gas, Agnes.

The low fat ones should be cheaper.

- Winnie, off with you. Go on, go.

- Right.

Farm-fresh eggs!

So fresh the hen doesn't

even know they're missing yet!

Are you all right there, Maggie?

Can you manage, love?

That's 15 stalls in six months.


They won't be happy

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