A suggestion by Hollo saves the musical after the destruction of the sets and Mr. Bronson is determined to get to the bottom of the business of his lost toupee.

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Episode credited cast:
John Alford ...
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Mr. McCartney
Ovid Best ...
Rob
Alison Bettles ...
Douglas Chamberlain ...
Julian Fairbrother
Nadia Chambers ...
Annette Firman
Mmoloki Chrystie ...
Kevin Baylon
Michael Cronin ...
John Drummond ...
Karen Ford ...
Caroline Gruber ...
Miss Washington
John Harris ...
Loop Wind
Simon Heywood ...
Mr. Smart
John Holmes ...
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Roland's back from France after his extremely small holiday. After the destruction of the sets, the musical seems in jeopardy, but Hollo remembers the tip - surely the scrap would do as a makeshift set? Away from school, coming towards the end of their suspension, Banksie hints to Jackie that he might have had something to do with the destruction of the set. Mr. Smart hands the toupee back to Mr. Bronson without revealing the culprits, but Mr. Baxter isn't so considerate to Gonch and Hollo. Fay's not too impressed with the second-rate scenery: when she learns that she's got to turn up for rehearsal on the same day as her sports day, she storms off, and the whole affair looks doomed. Ronnie learns that Gonch is planning to cheat by using a revision tape in the exams, and she swaps the tapes. As it happens though, she's done him a favour when Mr Bronson investigates his suspicious scarf-encased head, and finds only music playing. Mandy has a go at Fay on the sports field, accusing her ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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17 April 1985 (UK)  »

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