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Season 2 Episode 8

Chinese Whispers

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Aired Unknown Feb 23, 1997 on BBC
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Two mysterious strangers have the villagers intrigued. They come to the conclusion that they are revenue men, and everyone apparently has something to hide: Eamonn has been using farm diesel in his car; Father Mac has concerns about his finances; and Assumpta persuades Peter to hide her stash of duty free lager. Assumpta's problems have been mounting up and she tells Niamh that she might leave the village to run a wine bar in Dublin. Peter is upset that she didn't talk to him first. Everyone's minds are put at rest when the strangers are revealed to be fraud investigators who are arresting Sean Dooley for bribery and corruption. Niamh reveals that she is pregnant again, and the party that follows uses up Assumpta's tax-free lager.moreless

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    Gary Whelan

    Gary Whelan

    Brendan Kearney

    Dervla Kirwan

    Dervla Kirwan

    Assumpta Fitzgerald (seasons 1-4)

    Stephen Tompkinson

    Stephen Tompkinson

    Fr. Peter Clifford (seasons 1-4)

    Tony Doyle

    Tony Doyle

    Brian Quigley (seasons 1-5)

    Peter Caffrey

    Peter Caffrey

    Padraig O'Kelly #1 (seasons 1-4)

    Birdy Sweeney

    Birdy Sweeney

    Eamonn Byrne (seasons 1-5)

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      • Episode Title: Chinese Whispers is one of many names for a popular dinner table or party game also commonly named Telephone, in which players pass a message from one to the next around the table or room until the final player reveals the last version of the message which has usually been corrupted by the multiple retelling. In BallyK everyone spreads various whispers about what the two strangers may be up to and how it may cause trouble for the various residents and their plans or schemes.

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