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The More Things Change 

Izzy is upset when she learns that her father plans to marry Muriel Stacey.

Director:

Allan Eastman

Writers:

Rick Drew (teleplay), Lucy Maud Montgomery (novels)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jackie Burroughs ... Hetty King
Mag Ruffman ... Olivia Dale
Zachary Bennett ... Felix King
Lally Cadeau Lally Cadeau ... Janet King
Marilyn Lightstone ... Muriel Stacey
David Fox ... Clive Pettibone
Heather Brown Heather Brown ... Izzy Pettibone
Zachary Ansley ... Arthur Pettibone
Kay Tremblay Kay Tremblay ... Great Aunt Eliza
Kyle Labine ... Davey Keith
Lindsay Murrell ... Dora Keith
Kristin Fairlie ... Becky Lester
Robert Bednarski Robert Bednarski ... Wiley Lester
Christopher Redman ... Hawk
David Roemmele David Roemmele ... Quint
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Although it is a surprise to her, Muriel promptly accepts Clive's proposal of marriage. Almost everyone is happy for them such as Hetty who hijacks the responsibility for organizing the festivities. The one person who seemingly is unhappy is Izzy despite she being the one who originally set up the two. Izzy is afraid that Muriel's presence in the house will change her relationship with her father. Izzy's uncertainty is bolstered by the other kids talking about stepmothers and the Cinderella fairy tale. Clive's proposal coincides with him being offered the job of Chief Superintendent of Schools for the province. Despite the job's prestige, he is unsure if he should accept the job seeing as to Izzy's obvious discomfort about the marriage, of which Muriel is also aware. The job would require much travel, leaving Muriel and Izzy alone at the house. Clive decides not to tell either Muriel or Izzy yet of the job offer. Meanwhile, the students at the school are chipping in together to buy a ... Written by Huggo

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 1995 (Canada) See more »

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