Mrs. Brown's Boys Live - Nice Big Box
Includes all 3 outrageous Mrs Brown's Boys Live shows released to date:
Good Mourning Mrs. Brown: Get ready to experience everyone's favourite mother hen at her most outrageous in her very first Live Tour DVD. Prepare for a riot of bad behaviour as you see Mrs Brown Live and unleashed for the first time in a show jam packed with all the laughs and drama you can expect from the mother of all comedy. Featuring your favourite characters from the series, the live show is even ruder and cruder than the hit TV show and guaranteed loads of big laughs. So if you loved Mrs. Brown's Boys the series you will love the Mrs. Brown's Boys Live Tour: Good Mourning Mrs Brown - too rude for TV!
Mrs. Brown Rides Again: Things aren't looking great for Mammy; Cathy's psychiatrist boyfriend wants her to be his case study. Winnie's husband Jacko needs a life-saving but unaffordable operation and Buster and Dermot have come up with another dim-witted scheme to make some quick cash. Top top it off she's overheard her family talking about putting her in a care home... and decides to show them just how fit and functional she is by displaying a new lease of life. She's up against it all right, but nothing keeps Mrs. Browns down for long!
For The Love Of Mrs. Brown: A few days before Valentine's Day, Agnes is feeling down in the dumps. Even Granddad has a date. She is advised by Cathy to find a date over the internet. Meanwhile, Rory has found a small capsule of LSD tablets at the salon, and needs to find the owner so he can fire them. However, Mrs. Brown walks in on him talking to Dermot about it, and he is forced to tell her they are for indigestion. She stores them in the cupboard until she gets a case of indegestion a few days later...
First released: Monday 17th November 2014
- Distributor: Universal Pictures
- Region: B
- Discs: 3
- Catalogue: 8301547
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