Monarch of the Glen: Season 4, Episode 10

Episode #4.10 (3 Nov. 2002)

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While the family tries to cope with the recent news of Hector's secret child, Golly, Duncan and Paul focus on rebuilding Golly's cottage. Convinced that Paul is bad news for the whole ... See full summary »

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While the family tries to cope with the recent news of Hector's secret child, Golly, Duncan and Paul focus on rebuilding Golly's cottage. Convinced that Paul is bad news for the whole family, including his mother, Archie persists in trying to get rid of Paul. But his efforts are futile and Molly decides to pack her bags and leave Glenbogle behind her. Written by Nadia Nassar

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Kilwillie: I don't want to fall out with you over this but dash it all, my water's about to furnish the Royal table. I can't have it used by every Tom, Dick and Golly for their ablutions.
Archie MacDonald: That is both petty and insulting.
Kilwillie: Petty? Archibald MacDonald, consider our two great and ancient houses in dispute!
Archie MacDonald: OK.
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