Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie

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Year:
2014
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You look completely different

out of your uniform.

Is, is that loaded?

Steady, son. Steady.

Don't push till I tell you.

Who? Oh...

Yes? Who is it?

Jesus, I'm late!

Shit! Feck it.

Hello. I can't stop, I slept late.

Oh, for God's sake!

Jesus. Feck it.

Shit!

Feck it. Get in!

Oh, that's me now back on time.

Wait a minute.

This shouldn't be here.

That's better.

This is the movie!

- Winnie!

- Hiya.

- Morning, Fat Annie.

- Good morning, Agnes.

Do you think the carrots will be

as expensive today as they were yesterday?

If they are, I hope they're small ones,

'cause the wholesaler

can shove them up his arse.

Cathy starts her new job today.

An office job.

Imagine being stuck in an office all day.

Not me, Annie. I'm an independent trader.

Born to it and lovin' it.

Morning, Father Damien.

- Mornin'.

- This is the life.

- Mornin'!

- Ooh, thank you.

Come on, girls!

Good morning!

Good morning, Dublin!

Get the finest of fruit and vegetables

from all over the world right here!

The best of fruit! The greenest of greens!

And the friendliest of service!

Tom, if you're not buying, f*ck off.

There goes Perry Mason.

Yeah. He wouldn't get a

prison guard out of prison.

- Morning, Agnes.

- Hello, Jasper. What have you got for me?

That'll be the Revenue Office.

Just as well it's brown, so

they won't see me wiping my arse with it.

Beautiful kumquats, Brussels sprouts

and prickly pears!

How are you, love?

Do you want to squeeze my prickly pears?

- Morning, Mammy.

- Hello, Dermot son.

- Hello, Maria.

- Hello, Mrs Brown.

And how's my lovely triplets today?

George has a touch of wind.

What's the matter? What's the matter?

Oh, that's Ringo.

Hey, you big lizard!

It's a frog, you blind bastard.

Ribbit, ribbit!

No, Dermot, you're a gecko.

I've been saying "ribbit, ribbit" all week.

I'll be off. I have to meet Buster.

- How is Buster, love?

- He's fine.

Are we "not guilty" again today, Buster?

We are.

So, Mr Cunningham, will you tell the court

how many horses do you own?

Seven.

But six now, since that bastard stole one.

Justice, I object.

He is pointing at my client.

That is prejudicial.

That, Mr Crews,

is because your client is on trial here.

That's fair enough, I suppose, isn't it?

He's good, isn't he?

Morning, Ma.

Hello, Mark. Hello, Betty.

- Great news, Ma.

- You're pregnant?

Oh, thank God. A brother for Bono.

I'll start knitting.

It's not a brother for Bono.

A sister for Bono. I'll wife knitting.

- I'm not pregnant.

- Are you sure?

- It's a job, Ma.

- For Bono? He's only six, love.

Mark's got a new carpentry contract.

A big one.

Congratulations, love.

Poor Bono. Growing up an only child.

See you later, Ma.

Hello, Evelyn.

She's looking great. Hope

she paid for that...

- Morning, Agnes.

- My fuckin' foot!

Will you two feckin' talk to each other,

and don't be texting.

I see you, Laura, I see you.

Hello, Braden. Look at you.

He's getting hairy like his father.

- A very good morning to you, Agnes.

- Hello, Rab.

- Out last night doing a bit of reggae'?

- I am not from Jamaica.

# Lie down girl

Let me push it up, push it up #

Here, Rasta man... Take

the air out of that.

Mr Cunningham...

Is it true that you starve your animals?

Tom Crews, solicitor. C-R-E-W-S.

In fact, were you not found guilty

of the mistreatment of your horses

on four occasions over the past 12 months?

Justice, if I may...

Mr Cunningham is not on trial here.

Go somewhere else, please, Mr Crews.

With, with, with the questions.

Yeah, the...

He...

- A horse. He...

- Psst!

Come.

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