Dr. Bramwell considers Major Hyde an ideal suitor for Eleanor, and is delighted when he proposes. Bentley becomes interested in Kate. The doctors don't know whether Stebbings' unpleasant behavior is normal or signifies brain damage. Stebbings attacks Eleanor, and Dr. Bramwell and Major Hyde want to wean Eleanor away from the Thrift. Written by
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Dr. Robert Bramwell
She's a strong-willed girl. She needs a strong-willed man.
Major Stuart Hyde
There you go again. Stubborn to the end. She's not going to fall for a tired old soldier like me, however much you throw us together.