Golly gets an unexpected surprise when his daughter Jess shows up and Duncan travels to Glasgow for a job interview. Meanwhile, Paul takes on new responsibilities by trying to reform the local football team.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Paul Bowman
Archie MacDonald
Lexie MacDonald
Duncan McKay
Angus Stewart (as James Pearson)
James Grant ...
Golly Mackenzie
Rae Hendrie ...
Jess McCrae
Hermione Trumpington-Bonnet
Molly MacDonald
Andrew Booth
Charles Daish ...
Dr. Sean Cook
Karen Bartke ...
Sadie Carter


Golly is surprised to come home and find his daughter Jess waiting for him. She's had a row with her mother and wants to stay with him for a few days. He agrees but worries when he hears that the row was because Jess was seeing one of her university professors who is considerably older than she. When Archie hears about it, he decides to travel to Glasgow to talk to the man. The result has a far greater impact than just settling Jess' problem and Archie begins to question his role as Laird. Duncan also travels to Glasgow for a job interview at the Hilton hotel. He's hoping to better himself and perhaps be more acceptable to Hermione. It's also the time for the annual football match with the Glenbogle Stags vying for The Antlers. They are perennial losers and Paul wants to help them out, if Archie will let him. Molly and Andrew meanwhile seem to be working at cross-purposes and their relationship is at risk of floundering. Written by garykmcd

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19 October 2003 (UK)  »

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