This supercut of Larry Duff's most painful injuries in Father Ted is absolutely brilliant 2 years ago

This supercut of Larry Duff's most painful injuries in Father Ted is absolutely brilliant

He's tremendous fun.

Ah hello there, how's it hanging? Let me ask you this, which priest in Father Ted had the worst luck?

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Of course, there's Father Bigley who had a kettle explode in his face. Elsewhere, Father Stone got struck by lightning, Father Jessup who got locked in Jack's underpants hamper, and Father Williams got gunned down at an armed check point for having "a big box of machine guns in his house."

The list goes on.

This being said, very few of those priests were trampled upon by a pack of rampaging donkeys. All this without mentioning those 12 Rottweilers that absolutely tore Father Larry Duff to shreds.

Truth be told, nothing will ever top his first appearance where he inauspiciously takes a phone call from Father Ted. Two seconds later, he's screaming his lungs out as his car flies off the cliff.

Somehow, as always, he survived.

Throughout the history of Father Ted, Larry Duff's iconic voice, style and indestructible Looney Tunes-esque bad luck has consistently been funny.

We've previously ranked his most memorable injuries, but if you feel like disputing that list, this refresher video should do the trick.

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A true Father Ted great.

Clip via Hat Trick