Mrs Brown's Boys fans praise hilarious live Halloween special: 'It's back and never been better' - Mrs Brown's Boys

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Monday, November 1, 2021

Mrs Brown's Boys fans praise hilarious live Halloween special: 'It's back and never been better'

 Viewers loved having Agnes Brown and co back on our screens tonight, as a hilarious Halloween special aired live on RTE One and BBC One to mark ten years of Mrs Brown's Boys


Mrs Brown's Boys live (Image: Instagram)


Mrs Brown's Boys fans were thrilled to see the show return for a live Halloween special on Friday night.

Dublin matriarch Agnes Brown was joined by classic characters Cathy, Winnie, Buster, Grandad, Dermot and more for a hilarious episode which broadcast live on BBC One and RTE One.

The episode, which was filmed live in front of a studio audience in Scotland, saw Agnes getting haunted by her dead husband Redser Brown. The problem was, that no-one else could see him except her which led to plenty of laughs.

And, in typical fashion, show creator and star Brendan O'Carroll went off script a few times, which left co-stars such as Eilish O'Carroll and Paddy Houlihan in knots of laughter too.

The episode marked 10 years of the hilarious sitcom, which has won multiple awards and smashed ratings records.

Fans of Mrs Brown were delighted to see the show back on our screens and took to Twitter to share their thoughts.

"One of the best episodes in a long time," wrote one viewer.

A second said: "#mrsbrownsboys it’s back and it’s never been better!"

"Mrs Brown's Boys always giving me a laugh," a third added.

"Aw I’m loving this #MrsBrownsBoys Halloween special," a fourth commented.

Earlier this week, Danny O'Carroll - who plays the role of Buster Brady - spoke to RSVP Live about how he felt about the live special, and admitted that he was not only nervous for himself but his sons as well.

Danny's two teenage boys Jamie and Blake, who he shares with wife Amanda, appeared on the episode tonight and the Dubliner said he was worried over how his family would perform on the night.

“My kids are in it and that’s more nerve-wracking for me than being nervous for myself,” Danny told us.

“Not only do I feel nervous for myself, I have to worry about my kids now as well and hope they hit their marks and deliver their lines at the right time.”

He added with a laugh: “They seem confident enough, which scares me! They’re looking forward to it.”

It looks like Danny had nothing to be nervous about, as viewers simply loved the show.


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