Pulling Moves

Season 1 Episode 10

All Day Long

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Aired Unknown Apr 02, 2004 on BBC Three
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The boys have enough money to take Ta out on his stag night but are still short for the transport arrangements for the wedding day. The boys plan to make a night of it in Belfast city centre but, after Wardrobe gets into a fight with a night club bouncer, they end up in the local shebeen. The next day the boys arrive at JJ's house only to see Carol being arrested by the police. Moments later they receive a call from JJ and they pick him up from a field. He needs their help to escape the country. Shay and Darragh aren't keen so Wardrobe ditches them and takes JJ to the airport. As a reward JJ tells Wardrobe he can clear the house before the Assets Bureau get hold of all his stuff. He only has one condition - Wardrobe must ship the Grandfather clock to him. Darragh finally gets together with Carol - only to find out she is going to join JJ abroad. It is the day of Ta's wedding and the lads must clear the house before the end of the day, but there's one problem - they need two vans and have no choice but to ask Hoker for help. Hoker becomes curious about the importance of the Grandfather clock but Wardrobe warns him off. Eventually, thanks to a payment from JJ, the lads have enough money to for Ta's wedding transport and, with the loot safely stashed, the lads enjoy the wedding. They've hired an armoured car as a joke wedding car and bought another car for Una to make up for the car they wrecked in the whiplash scam. As the celebrations continue, Hoker finds the grandfather clock, breaks it open and steals the hundreds of thousand of pounds that was stashed in it. The lads celebrate into the night, oblivious to the danger they're now in.moreless

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