|Frank and Shirl are still
in Surfer's. Lucy is temporarily taking over for
Sue Daley as district health nurse. Sister Evelyn
brings the convent's dog, John the 14th, in to
Matt. Lucy calls on Barbara Kennedy, who had
recently suffered a heart attack. Cookie gets a
letter from a publisher interested in his
memoirs. Harry has problems with parking tickets.
Rosemary loses Cookie's manuscript.
Mrs. Kennedy's daughter,
Sara, has been unable to leave the house since
shortly after her father hanged himself years
ago. Bob arranges for a neighbour, Tim Flanagan,
to help out but Sara throws hot water on him
through the screen door. Harry and Kate get
pulled over by Frank's replacement and Harry gets
cited. Bob finds Cookie's manuscript in the
sludge pit next to the grease trap.
collapses in the barn after milking the cow but
Sara is unable to leave the house to rescue her.
Lucy finds her the next day. Rosemary rewrites
Cookie's manuscript from memory. They learn from
Perce Hudson that the manuscript is being
included in a free collection of "oldtimers
stories". Harry discovers he has $1200 worth
of unpaid parking tickets in Sydney.
Sara accuses Tim
of raping her one night after she babysat his
kids. Harry comes to the farm to look at her.
Sara never told her mother about the rape because
it was only 6 weeks after her father's suicide
and she didn't think Barbara could handle it.
Sgt. Goodman investigates the situation. Rosemary
finds a lump in her breast. She tries keeping it
to herself but Kate knows something is up and
stays with her. The needle biopsy showed it to be
benign. Tim denies all the allegations. Doris is
ill. Terence talks to Matt about their fertility
Lucy helps Sara
leave the house -- she goes to the hospital to
tell her mother about the rape. She learns that
Barbara saved her clothes from that night and the
evidence forces a confession out of Tim. Doris
dies after a very long life and Terence writes a moving