Monarch of the Glen: Season 6, Episode 2

Episode #6.2 (26 Sep. 2004)

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Hector's brother Donald MacDonald returns after a 40-year absence to Glenbogle. But this surprise visit is not a welcome one for Molly who holds a mysterious grudge against Donald. ... See full summary »

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Hector's brother Donald MacDonald returns after a 40-year absence to Glenbogle. But this surprise visit is not a welcome one for Molly who holds a mysterious grudge against Donald. Meanwhile, Lexie avoids the thought of returning to Archie in New Zealand by throwing a 60th birthday party for Molly. Written by Nadia Nassar

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PC Callum MacIntyre: [Going through Donald's driving record] December 23rd, exceeding the speed limit, viz 82 miles per hour in Park Lane, London.
Donald MacDonald: One should not be late for luncheon at the Palace.
PC Callum MacIntyre: Following day, Christmas Eve, ignoring traffic signs relating to a one way street.
Donald MacDonald: I was only going one way, dammit!
PC Callum MacIntyre: January 1st, Princes Street, Edinburgh. Driving in excess of the legal speed limit whilst playing the bagpipes.
Donald MacDonald: It was Hogmanay!
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Sweets for My Sweet
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Written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman
Performed by The Searchers
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