Synopsis by Tim DiGravina
It's July 19th, an important date, if Ted (Dermot Morgan) can just remember why. Dougal (Ardal O'Hanlon) suggests it's the date the Ice Age ended, but Jack (Frank Kelly) appears dressed in swimwear, screaming "holiday." The Fathers arrive mistakenly at a cozy caravan occupied by an amorous couple who are none-to-pleased to have been interrupted. Back at their own tiny caravan, Ted and Dougal hover over a tea kettle for entertainment, and Ted explains the concepts of size and distance to Dougal using toy cows. Ted reads about the local "attractions": the Magic Road and St. Kevin's Stump. They interrupt the couple again upon climbing a boulder near the Stump. Jack rolls up the Magic Road, disappearing off a cliff. In the meantime, the caravan has been invaded by manic Father Noel Furlong (Graham Norton) and four revelers. Furlong keeps the Fathers awake all night, so they head home. Another encounter with the amorous couple finds the man clinging naked to the Fathers' car. After they dislodge him, he punctures their tires. Walking home, they meet Tom (Pat Short) driving a tanker filled with sewage. Inadvertently, Tom drenches them. Father Jack is rescued by three lovely ladies on a posh sailboat.