Buckin' Mammy is the 2013 Christmas episode of Mrs Brown's Boys.
Its Christmas time at the Brown household, but Mark and Betty are worried because Bono won't tell them what he wrote in his Christmas letter to Santa. They asks Agnes for help, and she enlists Buster's aid. Also, everyone gathers at the Brown household, but a dodgy game of Charades results in Agnes very nearly losing her temper with Maria's mother.
- The song that the cast sing at the end of the episode is Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, originally sung by Judy Garland in the film Meet Me in St. Louis.
- Dermot: Alright Buster, what's the craic with the Christmas crackers? Are they cracking yet? Cause I tell you now, if they don't crack like a cracker should crack, you'll be getting your crackers back.
The studio audience laughs and applauds.
Buster: I think I have it cracked.
- Agnes: You know the difference between a snowman and a snow-woman? Heh-heh. Snowballs!
- Agnes: Just to let you know, I spoke to Bono. I found out what he wants for Christmas.
Betty: Really? What?
Agnes: A snake.
Betty: A snake?
Agnes: One of them python things.
Betty: Oh, God, I can't bear snakes.
Agnes: He told Santa that his little heart would break if he didn't get one.
Betty: Oh my God, I can't break his little heart.
Cathy: You'll be fine, Betty.
Maria: Yes. They're really easy to care for. You only have to feed them once a week. A live mouse.
Agnes: Or a talking pussy.
Betty: A python? Ugh. Why does he want a python?
Agnes: He said because his Daddy has one.
Maria: He must have overheard you saying "That's a big python Mark".
Betty: I never said ...(suddenly realizes its a joke) Oh, shut up, the lot of you!
Cathy, Maria and Agnes all laugh, but Winnie doesn't.
Winnie: If someone comes at my pussy with a snake...
Agnes: It'll be swallowed whole.
- Buster: My mother used to say "Buster, if you're not good, Santa won't come". It just didn't seem worthwhile changing me whole lifestyle for a yo-yo and an apple.
Father Damien: Yes, well I try to concentrate more on the religious side of the season.
Buster: I used to, too. I prayed one year for a bike.
Father Damien: God doesn't work like that.
Buster: I know. So I robbed the bike, and then I asked God for forgiveness.
- Agnes: (reading Busters dodgy charades) Film and a book about a great white shark: Jews! Film, musical, one word: Oklahomo! This game, one word, one syllable, comes out your arse!
- Buster: I think it was Colonel Mustard, in the dining room, with the lead pipe.
Agnes: No, you're wrong, Buster.
Buster: How d'you know?
Agnes: We're playing Monopoly!
- Agnes: Would you like a Guinness?
Bono: Just one, I'm driving.