The biggest highlight of last night’s episode was definitely the addition to the new Dead Poet’s Society-esque teacher, Ms. De Brún, who waltzed in with her care-free attitude and amazing eyeliner, inspiring the girls to get into all kinds of mischief through-out the entire episode, which will be included in further highlights from last night’s episode.
omg Ms De Brún in tonight’s Derry Girls is an absolute RIDE! pic.twitter.com/S1vBGqKzoI
— jasmine ? (@jasmineeec) 12 Márta 2019
Orla’s Dog Pic
First off, was when Ms. De Brún read aloud their poems, embarrassing most and knocking Erin down a peg or two, I couldn’t help but love Orla’s. When Ms. De Brún whipped out Orla’s ‘poem’ that was actually a drawn picture of a dog, and praised her for her skills, Orla’s face gave me my first LOL of this weeks episode, when she was clearly realising another fantastic trait of hers that she can add to step aerobics and hunting.
‘An English Rose Among Thorns’
C’mon James, you English pr***.
The Return Of Colm
The one thing that was on everybody’s mind coming into the second season of Derry Girl’s was whether we’d get to see the return of good aul’ uncle Colm. This weeks episode saw all the adults jumping on Ma Mary’s and Da Gerry date night, with uncle Colm being dragged along and caught up in deep discussion with the poor ticket girl before being pulled away by Mary, who was apologising profusely.
#DerryGirls #Family Derry Aul Ones. @Tommedian @SerIanMc @Channel4 pic.twitter.com/Qho8OH6lLi
— TaraLynneONeill (@TaraLynneONeil1) 12 Márta 2019
This is something that we can all relate to after growing up in Ireland. The sweet drawer – where all the best sweets get hidden for Christmas. Where more times than most, the sweets stay there over Christmas waiting for ‘guests’ who aren’t even worth the treats in the end, and so they end up staying there for years until they’re too far gone to digest.
“sweet Jesus, not the Christmas cupboard” ?? #DerryGirls
— Dr Frances Harkin (@Frank11Guinness) 12 Márta 2019
Hurling, Mass & Socks
Ms. de Brún getting the girls to fire sliotars across the school grounds while shouting about something that pisses them off, was one of the most hilarious scenes of the show. Starting out with ‘injustice’ and ‘prejudice’, it quickly turned back to real problems like Michelle’s ‘Mass’ and Orla, of course, with her new found anger towards her own socks.
Nicola Coughlan has now thanked comedy queen, Amy Phoeler for inspiration during this scene, saying that she is the best drunk actor she’s ever seen..
I would like to thank Amy Poehler for every bit of drunk acting inspiration ?? https://t.co/wojDDuH44g
— Nicola Coughlan (@nicolacoughlan) 12 Márta 2019
This is just a highlight of my own. Ms. de Brún’s eyeliner – How does she do it! Can we get a tutorial please?
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