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  • Series Premiere Date: Nov 1, 1994
  • Season #: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5
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  • Starring: Roger Lloyd-Pack, Trevor Peacock, Dawn French
  • Summary: The Vicar of Dibley begins after the old Vicar Pottle dies, Dibley needs a suitable replacement for him. It would be assumed that they'd find a young interesting man but instead they get Geraldine Granger (Dawn French). She's not exactly the kind of person you'd expect for that sort of position, with her jokes and honest, yet sweet attitude. She quickly became popular with the people in Dibley, because of her enthusiasm and caring personality. Each episode uses the clashing of personalities, to bring great comedy. A lot of plots revolve around Geraldine and Alice Tinker (Emma Chambers) who is the Verger, and a good friend to Geraldine despite her complete lack of common sense. Other important characters include David Horton (Gary Waldhorn) the local councillor, who is amazingly full of himself, Hugo Horton (James Fleet) David's withdrawn son who is later married to Alice, Jim Trott (Trevor Peacock) who struggles to get out a full sentence, Owen Newitt (Roger Lloyd Pack) a farmer who likes his animals alot, Letitia Cropley (Liz Smith) was an important character who's recipes would never be forgotten, however the character passed away in the Easter Special in 1996. Expand
  • Genre(s): Comedy
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  1. Oct 27, 2010
    Whats to say about this show besisdes the fact that its hilarious!? With clever humor and acting that could win the actors Emmys, BAFTAS and everything else. If you haven't seen it, watch it. Expand