The 2011 Irish Presidential Election reminded David Reilly a lot of the 1978 John Landis hit Animal House.  So what better way to end it than with good old fashion epilogue.

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Gay Mitchell continued to be the most successful politician that people have never heard speak in real life.

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Mary Davis replaced Sean Gallagher on Dragon’s Den after making millions from selling her surplus red dresses to the producers of Sex and The City 3.

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Dana Rosemary Scallon was forced to live a Jason Bourne style life, constantly having to escape attempts on her life including an overheated electric blanket and someone ringing her doorbell and running away.

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Martin McGuinness returned to Northern Ireland without anyone realising he’d been gone.

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Sean Gallagher became disillusioned with political life and returned to the area he was most victorious in; beating up minor Irish celebrities in RTÉ’s Charity Lords of the Ring.

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David Norris spent the next seven years writing clemency letters for his previous clemency letters with a view to winning the 2018 presidency.

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Michael D Higgins first order of business as President was to personally fund the reanimation of W.B Yeats, Oscar Wilde and James Joyce. He would later star with them in what would become Ireland’s most successful tourism campaign. Unfortunately the tourism boom came to an abrupt end after zombie James Joyce ate an Italian tour group. He was heard proclaiming “My mouth is full of decayed teeth and my soul of decayed ambitions… and my belly of Italian brains.”