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When Jeanne has a nasty dream, she asks Tineke for a dream analysis - the absurd answer is Jef must have an illegitimate son; Jeanne is fed up with Jef's incompetent 'repairs', so she ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Fabrice Delecluse ...
Lukas
Mout Uyttersprot ...
Filip
Bert Van Poucke ...
Hugo
Odilon Mortier ...
Odilon Bonheur
Mark Verstraete ...
Jef Liefooghe
Katrien Devos ...
Jeanne Liefooghe-Piens
Gunter Reniers ...
Evert
Mark Stroobants ...
Armand
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Margot Brabants ...
Brigitte Ghoetseels
Esther Leenders ...
Tineke
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When Jeanne has a nasty dream, she asks Tineke for a dream analysis - the absurd answer is Jef must have an illegitimate son; Jeanne is fed up with Jef's incompetent 'repairs', so she insists on a real electrician, but Jef argues passing him over will break Odilon's heart; so the men pass Odilon's new prison colleague Armand for a professional. Brigitte ignores Tineke4s advice to dump her boyfriend Evert who criticizes her cloths. After a mad bump and blowing off dust seemed to repair his radio, Hugo is convinced he'll make a fortune if he picks up all dumped electrical equipment and sells it after the same 'repairs'; his first sales, a lady-shave and a mini-solarium, both give Brigitte more sorrow then satisfaction. After another row with Jef, Filip talks Jeanne into believing Armand is Jef's bastard, but instead of throwing them out she welcomes the new son... Written by KGF Vissers

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12 February 2002 (Belgium)  »

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