Moone Boy (2012–2015)
2 Mar. 2015Where the Streets Do Have Names
Moone becomes a tough guy and doesn't need his imaginary friend anymore.
9 Mar. 2015The Plunder Years
Tired of hearing his parents argue Padraic decides to run away from home and, after hiding in Martin's wardrobe, the two boys go on the run, shoplifting to sustain themselves before it all gets too much. Crunchie Haystacks is also depressed and takes to the bottle, requiring other imaginary friends to come to his assistance and get him to sort himself out. Debra, on the other hand, taking advantage of the O'Dwyers' disharmony, sees it as a chance to move from her weight watches' class to marriage guidance.
16 Mar. 2015Fecks, Lies and Videotape
After rowing with his mother, Dessie, Fidelma and baby Rose move back into the Moones' bungalow - much to the annoyance of the family. With Grandad in a nursing home the solution seems to be for them to move into his house but he needs persuading but the Moones' plan - to make the bungalow look like an overcrowded refugee camp - fails to work. However Dessie's strange toilet habit and Martin's donkey do the trick. At the same time Martin and Padraic are hoping to make £250 by staging a comic accident they can capture on Padraic's new camera and send to 'You've Been ...
23 Mar. 2015Unidentified Feckin' Objects
Excited by a newspaper report of crop circles Martin and Padraic go alien-hunting in the fields. There are no close encounters but when Martin's pet donkey goes missing he is convinced that aliens have taken him and says so on local radio. The council and mayor are not amused, believing that tourists will be put off coming to the town by tales of aliens and lean on Liam to shut his son up. However when Martin faces humiliation from a visiting television crew Liam supports him, claiming to have been the victim of alien abduction himself. As a result the town becomes a ...
30 Mar. 2015Bells 'n' Smells
With Grandad now back in his own home Fidelma, Dessie and Rose return to the overcrowded Moone household. But Dessie hits on a sure fire way to earn money to buy his own place - by opening a Catholic bookshop , though when it is noted that there are other religions, he sets about providing literature for them as well - except for anything Protestant. A despairing Liam sees a more sensible alternative to ease the overcrowding - by building an extension, and an excited Martin takes advantage of the building materials at his disposal to make improvements to his own ...
6 Apr. 2015George's Bucket List
Martin approaches Granddad for help with his school history project, the Irish Civil War, but the old man's recollection is somewhat fanciful, involving Godzilla and Napoleon, so Martin decides to stage his own re-enactment. Sean Murphy is thrilled to find that Grandadd's imaginary friend from his childhood has returned in the monochrome shape of piano-playing George Gershwin, who is keen to live out a bucket list that includes driving a tractor and being a Peeping Tom. Granddad passes away and, having attended the funeral, George moves on to complete the bucket list ...
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