The Beachcombers (1972–2004)
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Sara becomes enthralled by Mother Teresa and her work. Sara believes her imminent beatification justified. Nick tries to encourage Sara to do her small part in making the world a better ... See full summary »

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(as Alan Simmons)

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(as L.S. Strange), (creator) (as Strange) | 2 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Bruno Gerussi ...
Nick Adonidas
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Relic Phillips
Jackson Davies ...
Constable John Constable
Pat John ...
Jesse Jim
Charlene Aleck ...
Sara Jim
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Pat O'Gorman (as Dione Luther)
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Graham Blake (as Cam Bancroft) (credit only)
Marianne Jones ...
Laurel
Cory Douglas ...
Tommy (credit only)
Joe Austin ...
Captain Jack O'Gorman
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Didee
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Sara becomes enthralled by Mother Teresa and her work. Sara believes her imminent beatification justified. Nick tries to encourage Sara to do her small part in making the world a better place through everyday kindness to others. What Sara ends up doing is inviting Didee, a homeless woman she just met, to dinner and to stay with her, Nick, Jesse and Laurel in the spare bedroom. Nick, Jesse and Laurel are taken aback enough by the dinner invitation, let alone the open invitation to stay for as long as she wants. The differing value systems of Didee on one side, and Nick, Jesse and Laurel on the other are quickly evident, which causes some quietly antagonistic feelings on both sides. Caught in the middle is Sara, who is still trying to find the right thing to do. Meanwhile, John is trying to convince everyone to attend the police fund-raiser, the Mountie Stomp. Pat, in particular, takes John's challenge to heart. And using the Heimlich maneuver, Nick saves Relic from choking. Using his ... Written by Huggo

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Adventure | Comedy

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11 October 1987 (Canada)  »

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