The Irish R. M.

Season 1 Episode 2

Trinket's Colt

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 13, 1983 on Channel 4
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Trinket's Colt
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After challenging Major Yeates's authority and finding him steadfast, the formidable Mrs. Knox of Assolas Castle invites him to dinner. He survives that event but his standing in the community is soon threatened by the disappearance of a colt belonging to Mrs. Knox, which he and Flurry absconded with.moreless

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      • Slipper: Good day to your Honour. I hope the grey horse is to your liking?
        Major Yeates: Er, yes, thank you. What's the charge against this man?
        Clerk of the Court: Joseph Aloysius Mahoney, known as Slipper, accused of being drunk and disorderly, outside the Temperance Hotel.
        Major Yeates: Outside the ... ? Do you plead guilty, or not guilty ?
        Slipper: Well, I was, and I wasn't.
        Major Yeates: If there is any doubt in your mind, you should plead, not guilty. I take it the Police are prosecuting ? Now, you're still on oath, Sergeant.
        Sergeant Murray: Yes, sir.
        Major Yeates: You say this man was drunk ?
        Sergeant Murray: I would say that this party was not to say, drunk, but in good fighting trim, sir.
        Major Yeates: He was making a nuisance of himself?
        Sergeant Murray: Ah well now, Slipper is a contrary little man, and never duly sober.

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