While Eamon tries to rid his farm of invading foxes, Father Aidan begins working miracles on the sick. Father MacAnally however is skeptical as to the legality of these miracles.

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Despite his assurances to daughter Niamh that she would have complete control over all aspects of the pub's operations, Brian Quigley just can't keep his hands off. His first act is to bring in someone to re-brand the place and Niamh will have nothing to do with it. She walks off the job over his interference and soon its Brian who is pulling pints. Father Aidan O'Connell has arrived and has started making his rounds with Kathleen Hendley introducing him to many of the locals. Bedridden Mary Cummins asks for his blessing and when Kathleen returns unexpectedly returns and finds her walking about with no difficulty, Mary announces that Father O'Connell has performed a miracle. Father O'Connell is convinced that Mary's illness is all a scam for insurance compensation but isn't quite sure how deal with the situation. Meanwhile Sean Dillon, a former inhabitant of Ballykissangel, returns and it's clear that he is not very welcome by those who know him and his family. Written by garykmcd

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27 September 1998 (UK)  »

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Brian Quigley: Don't explode, count to ten, let me explain.
Niamh Egan: One - ten!
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