Avonlea (1990–1996)

The Return of Gus Pike 

While Felicity is at university in Halifax, she and Felix are reunited with Gus Pike. They run into a raggedy flower girl named Eliza, and Gus thinks that this woman may be his mother, who was presumed dead.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hetty King
Lally Cadeau ...
Janet King
Eliza Pike
Charlotte Ames
Captain Ames
Abe Pike
Desmond Scott ...
Chemistry Professor
Robert Buck ...
Sea Salt
Alex Floyd ...
Baby Daniel
Ryan Floyd ...
Baby Daniel
Neale Berube ...
Little Gus


With Felix by her side helping her move, Felicity is in Halifax starting medical school. Things are not going well as she is the only female in the class, with her professors trying to dissuade her from continuing. Off in the distance, Felicity and Felix spot Gus Pike. Ever since Gus left Avonlea to return to being a sailor, Felicity and Gus have not seen each other, nor have they made a recent commitment to each other about a future between the two. Although Felicity still has feelings for Gus, she is reluctant to speak to him as it appears that he is courting another woman. Meanwhile, a seemingly delusional beggar flower woman on the street named Eliza recognizes an artifact on Gus' possession that she sees as belonging to Ezekiel Crane. Gus suspects that she has a connection to his past, perhaps she even being his mother, despite Gus being told that his mother, also named Eliza, is buried at a grave-site in Avonlea. Gus and Felicity figure that Eliza needs a supportive environment ... Written by Huggo

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16 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Felix King: I don't get it.
Felicity King: Of course you don't. You're a boy. Boys don't get anything.
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