'Dearly Bewildered', we are gathered here today, to celebrate a year in the life of the most Reverend IM Jolly. Witness catastrophes of biblical proportions and holy bedlam staring in 'spring', where a (not so) young man's fancy turns to love. As the happy couple prepare to jet off on honeymoon, our hapless minister prepares to spend a night in jail. 'Summer' finds the good Reverend in Edinburgh for the General Assembly, and in autumn, his generosity knows no bounds. Finally, the 'winter' of discontent - Jolly's daydreams of a better life keep him warm amid the winter snow, but alas, even in his dreams things do not go to plan. Yea verily, this classic programme of the comic genius of Rikki Fulton will have you rolling in the aisles. Not so much loaves and fishes, but pies and Irn Bru. The moral of this story is, "let us gives thanks to the Reverend, for he is good, and behold his gift of mirth is bountiful".