Mrs. Brown's Boys, Series 1HD
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Brendan O'Carroll stars as loud-mouthed Irish matriarch Agnes Brown. Her favourite pastime is meddling in the lives of her six children. From the creative team of Gareth Carrivick, Paul Mayhew-Archer, and Stephen McCrum, Mrs. Brown’s Boys deals hilariously with real family issues - or as real as it gets when the lead is a man wearing a dress and pearls.
|1||HDVideoThe Mammy||Agnes Brown has family troubles to contend with: her son Dermot has fallen out with Maria Nicholson, his long-term girlfriend, and Grandad is feeling poorly. After a sleepless night, Mrs Brown decides to try to sort out Dermot and Maria's problem by giving Maria the benefit of her advice. But her heart-to-heart with Maria only succeeds in making the dispute worse. So Mrs. Brown's daughter Cathy intervenes. She's a psychology student, and offers Dermot and Maria a counselling session. A dismayed Mrs. Brown can't help interfering, and the session quickly descends into a blazing row between her and Cathy... with an effect on Dermot and Maria that not even Agnes Brown could have predicted. Meanwhile, Grandad ends up in hospital when Dr. Flynn's attempt to read his temperature goes dramatically wrong. And Cathy reveals the electrifying secret of how she keeps dodgy men at bay.||29:06||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoMammy's Secret||Agnes Brown is concerned that her family are keeping too many secrets. Her daughter Cathy won't let her meet her new boyfriend. Her elder son Mark won't reveal why his feisty wife Betty has thrown him out. And her younger son Dermot has lied to his fiancee Maria Nicholson's well-to-do parents about the status of his job. When Betty and Mrs Brown meet to discuss Mark's problem, they unsurprisingly come to blows. Unfortunately their row happens in front of Dermot's posh future mother-in-law Mrs Nicholson, who has come round to discuss arrangements for her daughter's wedding. Horrified by what she witnesses, Mrs Nicholson decides that the Brown family are so rough she'll try to stop them attending the wedding. Then Mrs Brown spots Betty with another man, and concludes that Betty and Mark have fallen out because Betty is having an affair. But when she finally confronts Betty, Agnes is confounded to discover that Mark is the one who has something to hide: a guilty secret for which Agnes has only herself to blame.||28:39||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoMammy's Merchandise||With Dermot and Maria's wedding just weeks away, the Brown household is in crisis. Agnes Brown's son Dermot wants to ask his childhood friend Buster to be best man. But Agnes has set her heart on Mark Brown, her eldest son, being Dermot's best man. And Buster is a crook, of whom both the strong-willed Maria and Mrs Brown strongly disapprove. On top of this, Mrs Brown's close friend and neighbour Winnie is distraught. Her husband Jacko has been rushed to hospital and can't possibly afford to pay for the operation he urgently needs. And, needing cash for his wedding, Dermot has allowed himself to get embroiled in one of Buster's stupid- and dodgy - money-making scams. It's time for Mrs Brown to exercise all her diplomatic skills, starting with "accidentally" letting Maria know all about Dermot's best man decision.||28:55||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoMammy Rides Again||It's the week of Dermot's fiancee Maria Nicholson's hen party and Agnes Brown and her friend Winnie are excited about going... until daughter Cathy tells them they are not invited because they are too old. Undeterred, Mrs Brown decides she'll crash the event and show the girls that she and Winnie are not too old to party. All she has to do is find out where the party is being held. Agnes thinks her luck is in when son Dermot tells her that the girls are meeting at local pub, Foleys. But when Agnes bursts into the pub in full hen party attire it becomes clear that Dermot may have misinformed her. That night, Agnes Brown mistakenly invites Maria's snooty mother Mrs Nicholson to dinner. Finding out that Mrs Nicholson is so sophisticated that she has two toilets in her house, Agnes has one fitted in an understairs cupboard in order to impress her guest. Despite this, and despite drafting in Rory's cordon bleu friend Dino to cook dinner, on the night Mrs Brown is incredibly nervous and turns to drink. With Mrs Brown increasingly desperate to delight Mrs Nicholson, the evening descends into chaos as the drink takes hold, the aftermath of Agnes's hen party mistake plays out, and Grandad decides to go to the toilet in the wrong cupboard.||28:31||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|5||HDVideoMammy of the Groom||Dermot and Maria's wedding is just days away and tensions are running high in the Brown household. The groom is getting cold feet. His best man Buster can't find anything good to say about Dermot in his speech. To cap it all Agnes Brown is mystified why her daughter Cathy has given her a book on homosexuality. Is she trying to tell her mother that one of the family is gay? When Dermot's pre-marriage nerves get the better of him, he does what he always does when stressed. He locks himself in the cupboard. Father Quinn is bemused to have to give Maria and Dermot their pre-marriage talk in slightly unusual circumstances - with the mother of the groom in attendance and the groom in the cupboard. If Dermot won't reappear for the priest, how on earth is Agnes going to persuade him to come out in time for his wedding? Meanwhile, Agnes Brown goes on a hunt for the homosexual in the family. Eventually she realises who it is. With help from Cathy and a greetings card, Agnes reassures them, and herself, as only she can.||27:52||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|6||HDVideoMammy's Miracle||Agnes Brown thinks everyone has gone mad. Father Quinn is losing his faith as fast as he loses parishioners. Newlyweds Dermot and Maria won't stop fighting. And Grandad has decided he'd like to witness his own funeral. He's keen to hear all the nice things people will say about him at his funeral, but while he's still alive to enjoy them. Maria tells Mrs Brown why she and Dermot have been arguing so much. She thinks they should move out of the Brown household, but Dermot is resisting. Dermot, meanwhile, is scheming with Buster to make some quick cash so he can afford a first home for him and Maria. The Browns decide to make Grandad happy by secretly staging his funeral. But their plans start to go awry when Mrs. Brown mistakes two Mormons for the men who are supposed to be delivering Grandad's coffin. Then, at the fake funeral, Grandad is horrified to find that no-one has anything nice to say about him after all. And the mourners get a shock when the corpse comes back to life. Only a quick-thinking Mrs. Brown can save the day.||27:59||£2.49||View in iTunes|
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For all of you out there that have a Dublin Mammy, or know one, or would just enjoy to have a laugh (crack). This is the most funny comedy to be shown since Gimme Gimme. I laughed till I cried throughout the whole thing. I have had to watch it several times to catch the bits I missed through laughing. Beyond funny, the cast are totally brilliant, writing is sharp. The second and third series are already commissioned. Bring on a fourth and fifth.
When will you upload series 2 to iTunes
So feckin funny
- HD Version
- Genre: Comedy
- Released: 31 October 2011
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