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Golden Lads and Girls 

James offers his condolences to Mrs. Dalby whose husband recently died. He's a bit doubtful when she tells him that she'll be running the farm on her own. Things go from bad to worse when ... See full summary »

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Tristan Farnon
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John Collin ...
Mr. Alderson
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Mrs. Dalby
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Gobber Newhouse
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Mr. Worley
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Richard Edmundson
Rio Fanning ...
Joe Mulligan
John Hallet ...
P.C. Smith
John Who ...
Charlie
Katharine Page ...
Aunt Lucy
Rita Giovannini ...
Daphne
Tony Cervi ...
Lenny Butterfield
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James offers his condolences to Mrs. Dalby whose husband recently died. He's a bit doubtful when she tells him that she'll be running the farm on her own. Things go from bad to worse when some newly acquired cows fall ill. Helen stops by the surgery and invites James to tea on Sunday. James gladly accepts and things are going well until one of Mr. Alderson's cows falls ill and James is unable to save it. Helen and James manage to overcome their bad luck however. Tristan finally gets a car to use but accidentally releases the parking brake; the car goes roaring downhill and straight into the new golf course clubhouse. Gobber Newhouse convinces Jim to have a drink with the lads, only to also present him with the bill. Written by garykmcd

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19 February 1978 (UK)  »

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Siegfried Farnon: You gave them all the injection, did you James?
James Herriot: For what it's worth.
Siegfried Farnon: Oh, the books speak very well of it. Chloroform to stupefy the worms, turpentine to kill them, creosote to cause the cough that expels them.
James Herriot: You're on with all that?
Siegfried Farnon: Not for one moment. No, I think that any good effects that have been achieved have been the result of getting the cattle off the infected pasture in time. Still, it always impresses the farmers very greatly.
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