Jenny encounters racism firsthand when assigned a Jamaican patient, while Cynthia has to deal with a cantankerous man suffering from diabetes. Sister Bernadette avoids Doctor Turner, and a familiar face returns to Nonnatus House.

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Mature Jenny (voice)
Nicola Sloane ...
Annie Lacey
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Fred
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John Lacey
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Monique Hyde
Kaye Wragg ...
Rita Bailey
Kitty Stafford ...
Sylvie Bailey
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Jenny treats pregnant Monique Hyde,a West Indian immigrant,living in over-crowded conditions as landlords are prejudiced to black applicants and also facing racial hostility from neighbour Rita. However when Monique's waters break Rita rises to the occasion. Cynthia is angered by patient John Lacey,a diabetic who bullies his weak wife Annie into giving him food dangerous to his illness and learns that Annie is 'repaying ' him for giving her and her son Bob a home years earlier. When Bob returns from America with his his over-bearing betrothed Annie sees the chance to rebel. Meanwhile Chummy and peter,now expectant parents,return from Africa whilst the recovering Sister Bernadette has a confession for Sister Julienne. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Goofs

The scooter had no front number-plate. They were still compulsory in 1959. See more »

Quotes

Annie Lacey: But John, the sister's coming.
John Lacey: What bloody sister?
[to Sister Evangelina]
John Lacey: Who the hell are you?
Sister Evangelina: The bloody sister!
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Connections

References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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I Can Dream, Can't I?
Written by Sammy Fain and Irving Kahal
Performed by The Skyliners
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