The Vicar of Dibley

Season 5 Episode 4

Comic Relief - Wife Swap

Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Mar 16, 2007 on BBC
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Comic Relief - Wife Swap
David reveals at a parish meeting that a reality television company want to film a episode of 'Celebrity Non-Entity Wife Swap' and want the Vicar to take part. The non-entity, Geraldine says no at first, but when she finds out that Sting would be the celebrity she'd be living with for a week she changes her mind. Sting arrives at Geraldine's, were Alice gets to know him. Sting attends a parish meeting with Geraldine, then comes under Geraldine's rules. On the final day, Sting gives Geraldine a proposition if her marriage should ever fall through. Trudie Styler (Sting's wife) and Harry come home, were Geraldine shares some of her cake.moreless

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      • Alice: (To Sting) I just want to say something very serious. You are quite good looking and Geraldine is after all just a woman. But every little thing she does is magic and as far as I'm concerned she walks in fields of gold. So if i had to leave you a message in a bottle, it would be, every move you make, every breath you take, I'll be watching you.

      • Alice: I don't know why everyone's making such a fuss about this bloke, who is he anyway?
        Geraldine: Well in brief, he was in The Police and then since he's left, he's written some of the most beautiful songs ever and he's one of the five most handsome men in the world.
        Alice: Yeah, well I'll believe it when I see it.

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      • This episode is a take on the American and British reality show Wife Swap. In which two wifes of different families swap places with one another for two weeks, at the end of the first week, they are allowed to allocate their own rules. Before both couples meet up at the end of the swap to discuss what they've learnt.