Last of The Father Ted Mastermind Questions

July 28, 2007 at 12:05 am Leave a comment

Here are the last six questions about Father Ted that helped Patrick Gibson win Mastermind in 2005.

  • In the episode Hell, Mrs Doyle said she had put cocaine in the cake but then realised she meant what?
  • In the final episode of Series One how does an exasperated Ted suggest Dougal managed to get into the priesthood?
  • In his escape from the airplane in Flight of Terror, Father Jack wants one parachute for himself and one for what?
  • In the first episode of Father Jack’s Dream about taking a group of schoolgirls for volleyball practice, what is written on the blackboard behind him?
  • In the beginning of New Jack City which horse is Ted cheering on in the race he is listening to on the radio?
  • In Cigarettes and Alcohol and Rollerblading, what does Ted suggest that Dick Byrne should give up for Lent?

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Answers

  • Raisins (this is the only question Gibson got wrong. He said cinnamon.)
  • He gets in on crisp packets.
  • The drinks trolley.
  • Natural Procreation.
  • Divorce Referendum.
  • Being the biggest Eejit in the Parish.
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