Duncan starts his new job with Dorothy and Hermione, leaving the Head Ranger position open at Glenbogle. While Jess tries to impress Golly to secure the position, Paul hires a young delinquent with many hidden talents.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Archie MacDonald
Golly Mackenzie
Lady Dorothy Trumpington-Bonnet
Hermione Gulliford ...
Hermione Trumpington-Bonnet
Rae Hendrie ...
Jess McCrae
Duncan McKay
Dawn Steele ...
Lexie MacDonald
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Molly MacDonald (credit only)


Duncan accepts a job at Killwillie castle working for Dorothy and Hermione Trumpington-Bonnet as the site manager for a new ecodome project. He hasn't a clue however that Hermione lied to him about the job in Glasgow. Dorothy also wants help from Archie when she needs to build an access road to the new site across Glenbogle land. Archie agrees but the road will run right through Paul's new activity center. Lexie thinks he's wrong and is convinced Dorothy is playing him for a fool. Paul is having trouble with Ewan Brodie who is constantly hanging around the activity center. Paul needs help and offers him a job despite Archie's objections that they can't afford it. Jess meanwhile is clearly interested in the now vacant head ranger position but Golly is oblivious to it all. Written by garykmcd

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Comedy | Drama | Romance



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26 October 2003 (UK)  »

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Paul Bowman: Exccuse me, you're trespassing.
Ewan Brodie: Hadn't you heard? There's no such thing as trespass in Scotland.
Paul Bowman: What's your name?
Ewan Brodie: Elvis. I never died. I've been in the Highlands living on berries.
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