The Best Episodes of Moone Boy
Last Updated: Dec 5, 2018
Martin Moone is a young boy who relies on the help of his imaginary friend Sean to deal with the quandaries of life in a wacky small-town Irish family in the 1980's.
#4 - Ghost Raft
Season 2 - Episode 3
Back in the summer, Martin and Padraic started building a raft. They planned to sail down the river into town, buy ice cream and frolic in the water. But now it's October and the raft still isn't quite finished. So instead, they'll make it a Halloween ghost ship.
#5 - Another Prick in the Wall
Season 1 - Episode 3
Using the battle for the bathroom as an opportunity to catch extra zeds, Martin falls foul of Sinead's pranks when she covers him in make-up while he's asleep. Unable to get to a mirror, Martin heads off to school unaware of his Boy George-esque look...
#7 - Handball Duel
Season 2 - Episode 4
Like all young lads in the early 90s, Martin wants needs a Sega Mega Drive. Be gone slinky, hello magic machine. But Liam is having none of it: not only is this whole computer thing just a fad, work is slow and money is tight.
#8 - Boylé, Boylé, Boylé
Season 2 - Episode 1
Martin is appalled when his dad takes the family on holiday during the 1990 World Cup, so he tries to hitch-hike back to Boyle to watch a vital match on home turf.
#10 - Bunch of Marys
Season 1 - Episode 2
Martin befriends new boy Trevor in order to dine on his family's regular gourmet meals while Debra is too distracted with political campaigning to feed her youngest child. Ma Moone and her friends hope to incite girl power in the local area by canvassing for politician Mary Robinson, but they're less than thrilled when they're forced to turn to fishy rich man Francie Feeley for funding.
#12 - Fecks, Lies and Videotape
Season 3 - Episode 3
Martin finds out that every clip played on a TV video out-take show earns £250 - so he and Padraic get hold of a camera and try to film themselves doing something stupid. Meanwhile, the Moone household is bursting at the seams when Fidelma, Dessie and baby Rose move in, leaving Liam at the end of his tether.
#14 - Where the Streets Do Have Names
Season 3 - Episode 1
Liam and Debra abandon the kids for a romantic break to celebrate their 20th anniversary - but it all threatens to fall apart after a chance encounter with Liam's old flame. Meanwhile, Martin and Padraic are in Dublin, where they soon discover new talents.
#15 - The Plunder Years
Season 3 - Episode 2
Padraic finds himself caught in the middle of his warring parents and decides to escape his troubles, leading his worried mum and dad to raise the alarm following his disappearance. Unaware of the chaos he is causing, the lad embarks on a life of crime with the help of Martin. Meanwhile, Crunchie's friends stage an intervention after he resorts to drowning his sorrows.
#16 - Bells 'n' Smells
Season 3 - Episode 5
With Dessie, Fidelma and baby Rose back living with the Moones, the choirmaster sets to work on a new business to help him give his family their own home. But does Boyle really need a Catholic book shop? Liam isn't convinced, and starts building an extension in the garden instead, while Martin has his own building project - renovating his new `penthouse'.
#17 - Unidentified Feckin' Objects
Season 3 - Episode 4
When crop circles are discovered in Boyle, Martin goes UFO-hunting - and ends up telling the local media his donkey has been abducted by aliens. As the town council goes into crisis mode, fearing the gentle image they've created of Boyle will be destroyed, the council and church try to strong-arm Liam into suppressing his son's story. Will he side with Martin or the leaders of Boyle?
#18 - Moone Dance
Season 2 - Episode 2
It's the dawn of a new era for Martin Moone as he begins secondary school, and while he isn't impressed with his friends' talk about girls, he soon changes his tune when he meets art teacher Miss Tivnan (Amy Huberman), a vision at the blackboard who sparks a romantic rivalry between him and Sean. Meanwhile, Dessie has an important question for Fidelma.