Bramwell: Season 2, Episode 8

Episode #2.8 (3 Jun. 1996)

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Eleanor meets Finn O'Neil at a seaside resort, but Robert hears of Eleanor's "cousin" Finn. Bitterly disappointed, Robert tells Eleanor there is nothing of her mother left in her, and ... See full summary »

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John Grillo ...
Mr. Johnson
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Mrs. Johnson
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John Ringham ...
Smythe
Kevin McMonagle ...
Kevin Sweeney ...
Thrift Workman
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Sidney Bentley
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James Walker ...
Shop Assistant
Keeley Gainey ...
Kate
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Eleanor meets Finn O'Neil at a seaside resort, but Robert hears of Eleanor's "cousin" Finn. Bitterly disappointed, Robert tells Eleanor there is nothing of her mother left in her, and Eleanor moves out. Sidney insults Nurse Carr and Eleanor fires him. Finn proposes to Eleanor, but confesses he is being named as co-respondent in a divorce trial and he plans to take a position in Chicago until the trial is over. Robert invites Eleanor to move back so she can be married from her own home. Written by mama.sylvia

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