Aine finally gets TV time – Podge and Rodge And Aine

Aine should be a regular on the show. She was a natural and Tony Fenton on the show as the voice for Blind Date was a nice added bonus. I’m waiting to see what the hits from Google will be now.

EDIT: 30 visits already this evening.

EDIT No. 2: The 2nd half of the show – The Blind date

8 Responses to “Aine finally gets TV time – Podge and Rodge And Aine”

  1. squid says:

    here is part one of Aine’s blind date feature. Part two is being processed I will give you the link when it is done

  2. Conor says:

    You will burn for this. I heard something being mentioned on the radio about her this evening!

  3. squid says:

    “I heard something being mentioned on the radio about her this evening!”

    oh do spill.

  4. squid says:

    sorry bout the delay, but the clip where che makes the choice processed overnight. here it is

  5. Rob Burke says:

    Priceless. I completely forgot about her being due for an appearance in Ballydung Manor! But we flicked on the lads (as you do) and there she was, and I said something like “Oh! it’s yer one from Sligo…” and the missus said, “Who?!” and I couldn’t find the words to explain. In summary, Conor’s right 🙂

  6. Suzy says:

    I think there were a few households last night where there was that strange thing of having to explain how you knew all about Aine to other non internetty/blogger types last night. Damien has much to answer for!!!

  7. the1andonly1 says:

    hey, i was wondering, where can i find a link to download the entire episode, want to see it all, thanks!

  8. Micheál says:

    Not only had I to explain how I knew Aine to my bemused housmates but the entire concept of blogging and using the internet for something other than booking cheap flights had to be described also.

    As for Ã?ine’s TV debut… well it was a bit of an anti climax. I think the poor thing was slightly our of her depth. I hope this isn’t the last we see of her however. As she grows in confidence the sultry lass we all know and love from could yet emerge to be rural Ireland’s answer to Jordan. Or something. I really have to study now.