I have no idea what it is about this comedy series but I am completely hooked. I have seen every episode at least 20 times each and still manage to love it just as much with every viewing.
There is a magic that the combination of the characters brings with it to the screen. It had to end and it felt like a personal lose. Is that not bizaar?
Ms French you are an unbelievably good comic actor and you had the cream of the crop around you to make this show so very alive. You simply fall in love with the persona's that they have so skilfully created.
Geraldine Granger: You were expecting a bloke - beard, bible, bad breath.
David Horton: Yes, that sort of thing.
Geraldine Granger: And instead you got a babe with a bob cut and a magnificent bosom.
Alice: You can call me Alice.
Alice: Because it's my name.
David Horton: Owen, this is our new vicar.
Owen Newitt: No it isn't! She's a woman!
Geraldine Granger: Oh! You noticed! [Points to breasts] These are such a giveaway, aren't they?!
Hello all. I am a newspaper editor in Sydney, Australia - and I am a massive fan of Vicar. So imagine my delight when one of my reporters came to me the other day and said one of our local churches is going to host a special Animal Sermon day at their church - just like in episode six of Vicar. I thought it was hilarious! And allegedly the organisers had no idea about the Vicar episode, so when we told them they were delighted. I have attached a link to the story. Hope you enjoy - oh, and you can comment at the bottom of the story too. Thanks, Steve.