With the 'McKendrick Report' out and claiming Dugdale is a war criminal - it takes a cardinal, a cookie in the image of the Virgin Mary and a riot at a deaf school to divert attention. Bertha from the local biscuit factory, presents Catherine with a cookie miraculously shaped like the Virgin Mary. If Cardinal Bell from the Vatican will declare it an official miracle, it would really put the town on the map, drawing deep-pocketed religious tourists. The resultant fracas at the biscuit factory leaves Henry, Catherine and Carol in an overturned taxi. Meanwhile, Dugdale tries to hose down a local protest and causes a riot. With the team gathered to rehearse for the upcoming town hall debate between Dugdale and Lorelei Baggins, Ellen challenges Dugdale to have some actual beliefs and policies.
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[turning to one of the protesters
Charlie, you work every day at my sewage farm alongside young Bill here, don't you?
[holding up a protest sign but answers him
I do, but my name's Larry.
[answering him as well
And mine's Bob, and I actually work at the Nando's on Snail Street.
[the protesters nod in agreement
[turning to a female protester with two men
And Betty-Sue, didn't I see you making eyes at young Philipo here at that tractor pull last week while I was there to judge the most fabulous ...
References The Kings of Mykonos
Written by Soeur Sourire
and Noel Regney
Performed by Emily Taheny
(Bertha Quigley) See more
24 November 2017 (Australia)
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