|"Do the Right
Brendan, and Molly are having lunch in a park,
talking of council amalgamations. John Alexander
Burrigan has a statue in the park. John was the
founder of Wandin Valley -- he decided to settle
in Burrigan because it was a better place to
raise cattle. Molly's cancer is in remission.
Frank is trying to organize a blue light disco.
Vicky is looking at photos of Molly and is
annoyed that her overalls won't fasten properly.
A local boy brings an echidna to Vicky. It has
been injured The statue of John Burrigan is
stolen from the park. Bob is up in arms over the
proposed council amalgamation. He urges Molly to
do something and she tells him to see Shirley
since Shirley is looking after the Valley Voice.
Killer Burke arrives for a holiday and rubs
Frank's nose in the fact that Wandin Valley seems
to be rife with small town crime. They discuss
the theft of the statue. Was it a prank? Did
Frank do it to boast to Killer? Frank defends
himself to Killer. The echidna gets loose and is
in the house somewhere. Shirley's article in the
Valley Voice stirs the emotions. The echidna
wanders out from behind the couch but Simon and
Vicky don't see it. Bob thinks Burrigan stole the
statue but really (and quite unexpectedly) it was
Molly that stole it.
[part two of this episode will have to wait until
Showcase reruns the episode late in 2000 --
unless someone else out there has this episode on
tape and would like to write it up]