The comedy, written by Father Ted’s Graham Linehan, aired its first episode last night.
The new three-part series makes its TV debut on RTÉ this Thursday night.
Maybe it’s just better off this way… maybe.
Speed 3, in real life.
Did you know Michelangelo used the roof of the island’s synagogue as a practice for his work at the Sistine Chapel?
And it looks a bit great.
You can vote for Ted and co to appear in the superhero sequel.
You can vote for your favourite show to be in the new Marvel film.
The Father Ted episode was filmed in Dunnes Stores in Ennis, and a local councillor wants it recognised.
What a great bunch of lads.
Down with that kind of storm.
Take a break from the chaos and spend some time with some old friends.
Sure, didn’t the Lord himself pause to look at this tea cosy before giving himself up for the world.
Nigel Farage had a mishap, Father Ted-style.
It really is grand.
Is there anything to be said for having another round of crazy golf.
Happy ‘Small, Far Away’ Day.
They don’t get great weather like this down on Craggy Island.
When two of television’s greatest shows come together.
Morto for him. (Here’s how it happened.)
“Don’t be a goat, give O’Hanlon your vote.”
Comedian Joe Rooney is coming to terms with the fact that he’ll have to listen something other than Ken Early’s Football Show before he goes to sleep at night.
The great comedian died 15 years ago today, and that money was just resting in his account.
People who are now legally able to drink and vote have no memory of these things.
Father Ted references ahoy.
Is there anything to be said for saying another mass?
Brothers Rob, Don and Ben Morgan – who lost their father to a heart attack 14 years ago – are urging people to avail of free blood pressure checks offered by the Irish Heart Foundation over September.
As new Irish film uses the surprising location of a pub to kick off its anti-monster fighting lark, we look at a couple of other Irish film locations used down through the years.
Father Jack’s Bar aims to capture “the whole atmosphere of Craggy Island”.
It’s Father Ted’s 60th birthday today. Even if he was still around, he probably couldn’t have been any more on-the-button.
We take a trip down memory lane to a time when Linda Block was the only girl for us.
TheJournal.ie’s roundup of what’s on the box today (even if you’re feeling more Bah! Humbug! than Ho!Ho!Ho!
Doctors are naming troublesome patients after foul-mouthed Fr Jack Hackett, a list of hospital slang reveals.
The dinner-comedy act is staged by UK company Laughlines – whose director hung up on TheJournal.ie when asked if they had permission to use the characters.
Nine things you need to know by 9am: New ministers from north and south of the border meet for the first time today; more protests on the way in Syria, and the unthinkable…a Father Ted rip off.