THE Vicar of Dibley took a foul activate Monday when viewers noticed Geraldine put on a pair of dirty underpants as a face masks.
The hit 90s comedy not too long ago returned to the BBC for a sequence of lockdown specials and episode three, the finale episode, noticed Geraldine – performed by Daybreak French – sharing her closing sermon over Zoom and praising the NHS.
Daybreak French has returned as Geraldine for a sequence of particular episodes
She additionally revealed that she has requested her native parishioners to participate within the Nice Dibley Masks Design competitors after “the masks we have been informed have been unncesscary and pointless have now been declared important and obligatory.”
Nevertheless it appears a few of the locals did not fairly grasp the idea of the competitors, as she acquired a number of Halloween masks, an egg field, a shoe and cabbage leaf.
And surprising viewers, a pair of used underpants.
“In third place from George Strout have been a pair of underpants,” she shared, including: “Nevertheless it may need been a pleasant concept to clean them first George.”
She wore a pair of dirty underpants
“May need been a pleasant concept to clean them first”
Second place “from Amelia Kitteridge” was a “very good, very secure” mini tent that was positioned over your head.
However when it got here to sharing first place, Geraldine by accident put her husband’s masks on, sneaking in a really impolite message.
The masks learn: “Keep the **** away,” and as she positioned it on and noticed herself within the digital camera, she shared: “In first place… no, no, sorry, sorry, sorry that is my husband’s message to me!”
First place was, in actual fact, a N95 masks from “native nurse Sarah”, with Geraldine stating “if it is ok for the NHS it is definitely ok for the remainder of us.”
Different masks despatched in included sneakers, cabbage leafs and Halloween masks
She additionally by accident placed on her husband’s masks
Geraldine additionally praised the NHS
“With out the NSH we would all be losers, and that is my message to all of you, bless the NHS,” she concluded.
The three ten-minute Christmas episodes have seen Geraldine dealing with the challenges of 2020, together with taking sermons on Zoom.
The present additionally featured a Black Lives Matter scene the place the bubbly vicar took a knee in help of the motion.