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Irish television comedy programme 1996 ~ CU Burn ~ Portion three of 3

CU Burn ~ Portion three of three CU Burn is an Irish language television comedy broadcast on the Irish language television channel TG4. It told the tales of the County Donegal undertakers Charlie and Vincie Burn who ran a turf-fueled crematorium. They had been rivalled by an additional group of much more expert undertakers led by Frank Doyle. The show revolved around the hapless Charlie Burn (the CU Burn of the title) whose misendeavours usually led to considerably chaos even though his long-suffering brother Vincie Burn requested a quiet life. CU Burn was written and directed by Niall Mac Eamharcaigh[1] and was first broadcast in 1996. The series was filmed entirely in the Donegal Gaeltacht location and was one of the initial home-produced Tv series to be broadcast on the fledgling TG4.

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Classic Comedy Morecambe and Wise

Morecambe and Wise breakfast sketch
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Have a fantastic period – Red Dwarf – BBC comedy

Kryten hasn’t quite got a handle on how to treat women for the duration of their period. His more than exuberence is comic genius!
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1984 Los Angeles Comedy Competition With Jay Leno

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I didn’t get where I am… – The Fall and Rise of Reggie Perrin – BBC comedy

CJ s cross. He didn’t get where he is today by telling the truth to customers when they make complaints… Classic British comedy from BBC Worldwide.

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Irish television comedy programme 1996 ~ CU Burn ~ Portion two of three

CU Burn ~ Portion 2 of three CU Burn is an Irish language television comedy broadcast on the Irish language television channel TG4. It told the tales of the County Donegal undertakers Charlie and Vincie Burn who ran a turf-fueled crematorium. They had been rivalled by another group of more expert undertakers led by Frank Doyle. The show revolved around the hapless Charlie Burn (the CU Burn of the title) whose misendeavours usually led to a lot chaos even though his long-suffering brother Vincie Burn requested a quiet life. CU Burn was written and directed by Niall Mac Eamharcaigh[1] and was 1st broadcast in 1996. The series was filmed entirely in the Donegal Gaeltacht region and was one of the 1st home-produced Television series to be broadcast on the fledgling TG4.
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Dennis Miller: The HBO Comedy Specials

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The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: Season three

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Smothered – The Censorship Struggles of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour

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Milton Berle’s Texaco Star Theater Greatest Moments of Comedy Act 1&2

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