What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?


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We were just told about it.

The launch of the controversial new RTÉ 2 season in Dublin today.

From top: Norah Casey (centre) with four young traveller women who she mentors in the world of business; The McDonagh family stars of reality show Meet The McDonaghs; Andy Quirke (centre) aka Damo from  Damo and Ivor and RTÉ 2 stars; from left: Venetia Quick, Elayne Harrington, Kate McGrew, Alanna Diggin and Nicole McQuillan and Darren Kennedy & Jennifer Maguire.

Earlier: Staying In Autumn/Winter?

(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)

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42 thoughts on “What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

    1. ZeligIsJaded

      We’re very lucky in this country in terms of the creative pool we get to draw from.

      Look at these fuppers.


  1. Mr. T.

    I pity any 20 to 35 year olds who have a brain and some taste. There’s nothing here for them. It’s all so mainstream pretending to be alternative.

    1. Jay

      It’s ok, they won’t be watching anyway. In the age of Netflix the idea that a company decides at exactly what hour you’re to watch TV is just bizarre. These guys are living under the same delusion as newspaper companies, as if we’re going to wake up in the morning and decide to go to the shop and buy sheets of paper that tell us what happened yesterday.

      1. rotide

        You say this as if tens of thousands of people around the country don’t do this.

        People still buy newspapers. People still watch tv.

        I know it’s cool to bash RTE and old media but you are wrong my friend.

        1. Jay

          People absolutely do buy newspapers and watch broadcast TV. The mentioned demographic was under 35s though. Not so much the case for that demographic.

      2. Clo

        Would be nice, where you can get the broadband capacity for Netflix. And once you’ve watched everything that’s not complete crap on Netflix, then you still need something else to watch – though not this of course.

  2. DizzyDoris

    Love the shoes, very now in a leaving cert sort of way. Music will be the same lazy Americanised drivel of course. Let’s not forget the 20% voice rule… it’s where geniuses like Turbidity trained.

  3. Heather

    Oh right…I thought this was gonna be an INTERESTING story about someone not getting invited to their own launch party or something….bit of a let down. Perhaps teach them to read and write and use a computer first? Might be handy in the business world….just sayin…

  4. mr lava lava

    …Who the fupp are these people? Seriously can I just donate my tv licence money to charity or something next year….

    1. Drogg

      You now have to pay a licence if you have a computer not only if you have a TV it is now considered a media licence not a TV licence.

  5. cousinjack


    Nora patronising travellers, great concept will be success and sell in other markets, perhaps the UK versiob will be anne diamond mentoring four chav’s from Runcorn

  6. Same Old Guy

    Hello. I’m a middle aged, straight, settled, rarely controversial, ordinary guy. Could I have something to watch please.

  7. Glebe

    Is Jennifer maguire the first women ever to get pregnant. There’s been more about her the last few days you’d swear she was.

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