Hope Island (1999– )

Never Burn Your Tongue on the Admiral's Broth 

A week before Molly and Kevin's wedding, Peter Gibson, Molly's high school sweetheart and first love, returns to Hope Island on the news of Molly's impending nuptials. Kevin can tell that ... See full summary »

Director:

Neill Fearnley

Writers:

Mary Hanes (developer), Gary R. Johnson | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview:
Cameron Daddo ... Daniel Cooper
Suki Kaiser ... Alex Stone
Duncan Fraser ... Brian Brewster
Haig Sutherland ... Nub Flanders
Beverley Elliott ... Bonita Vasquez
Gina Stockdale Gina Stockdale ... Ruby Vasquez
Allison Hossack Allison Hossack ... Molly Brewster
David Lewis ... Kevin Mitchum
Veena Sood ... Callie Pender
Matthew Walker ... Father Mac (credit only)
Max Peters Max Peters ... Dylan Stone (credit only)
Kavan Smith ... Peter Gibson
Don MacKay ... Charlie
Lisa Bunting ... Dr. Lily Watson
Dion Johnstone ... Marcus Griffith
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A week before Molly and Kevin's wedding, Peter Gibson, Molly's high school sweetheart and first love, returns to Hope Island on the news of Molly's impending nuptials. Kevin can tell that Peter still has feelings for Molly, even if Molly can't initially see that. Molly knows that she loves Kevin and that he is the one that she wants to marry, but she can't understand why she can't stop thinking about Peter. Meanwhile, Bonita has the grand opening of her beauty salon, but customers are few and far between. Charlie thinks that all she needs is someone to advertise her good work - someone who she will provide free hairdressing services to if they advertise the salon - however Bonita's skill as a hairdresser needs to be good for this plan to work. And after one of Daniel's sermons, Charlie decides to commit a passive suicide by not taking his high blood pressure medication as he would rather be with his wife Anna, who passed away eleven months two weeks and four days prior. Daniel tries ... Written by Huggo

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 March 2000 (Canada) See more »

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