The Vicar of Dibley (1994–2015)
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Geraldine forms a book club at which Alice deciphers the Da Vinci Code and works out that she is the last living descendant of Jesus Christ. Geraldine,however,is depressed. She has ... See full summary »

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Ed Bye
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Dawn French ... Geraldine Granger
Gary Waldhorn ... David Horton
Emma Chambers ... Alice Horton
James Fleet ... Hugo Horton
John Bluthal ... Frank Pickle
Trevor Peacock ... Jim Trott
Roger Lloyd Pack ... Owen Newitt
Richard Armitage ... Harry Kennedy
Nicholas Blane ... Singing Vicar
Keeley Hawes ... Rosie Kennedy
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Storyline

Geraldine forms a book club at which Alice deciphers the Da Vinci Code and works out that she is the last living descendant of Jesus Christ. Geraldine,however,is depressed. She has conducted a hundred weddings but is still single herself. An attractive young couple arrive to take up a weekend cottage - Harry and Rosie Kennedy. Geraldine is smitten by Harry and is relieved to find that Rosie is his sister,not his wife. They begin dating. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Comedy

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 December 2006 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The characters discuss Sense and Sensibility - both the book and the 1995 film - and the Vicar watches part of the film. James Fleet, who plays Hugo Horton in The Vicar of Dibley, played John Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility (1995). See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Jim Trott: [during a meeting] And I was down to the last two boxes! £250,000 in one box, 10p in the other! And the Banker offered me £100,000, and No-no-no-no-no-no-Noel Edmonds asked me the question, "Deal or No Deal?" Well, I wanted to deal. So I said, "No-no-no-no-no deal." And for some reason that I cannot fathom, they thought I meant, "No-no-no-no deal."
Owen Newitt: And what was in your box?
Jim Trott: [holds up a coin] 10p.
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Connections

References Deal or No Deal? (2005) See more »

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It Should Have Been Me
Performed by Yvonne Fair
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The Vicar becomes smitten by a newcomer to Dibley Village.
26 December 2006 | by annie_kinnsSee all my reviews

This episode was shown on Christmas day in England. I have to say that it was the highlight of Christmas for me and my family. Dawn French and the writers haven't lost their golden touch, and it's a shame this is the last series of The Vicar of Dibley. Dawn French is completely brilliant as per usual, she never fails to warm your heart whilst getting a laugh. The rest of the cast are just as wonderful, their character's feel so comfortable now, you believe you have known them for years. And the newcomer Harry, played by actor Richard Armitage, is perfect as the tall, dark and handsome stranger who with one smile sweeps the Vicar off her feet! Well done to all the cast, crew and writers for giving us such a special treat this Christmas. I can't wait for the concluding episode on New Year's Day!


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