McLeod's Daughters

Season 3 Episode 28

My Noon, My Midnight

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Oct 15, 2003 on The Nine Network
9.8
out of 10
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39 votes
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Tragedy befalls Drover's Run, in the wake of celebration, as the lives of all connected with Drover's are turned upside down.

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  • so sad

    10
    this was seriously the most touching episode of a tv series ever, i have seen many, many series and never was i so touched and emotional as with this one, i cried so much, and have seen the episode many times after and cry each time i see it, this was so incredibly sad

    sadly the show lost it's shine when Claire died, and then after Tess also left the show was nothing anymore..

    the last seasons just a waste of air space...moreless
  • Most touching moment ever

    10
    I've seen a lot on tv, many characters died and many tragedies happened. But never was I as touched as in this episode. I didn't know Claire was gonna leave, so I was completely surprised when I saw it. And there has never been anything that emotional ever... When Claire tells Tess she loves her and then pushes her away from the car... I'm still crying and I really need to see the next episode, I just found this one on the internet, because it's no longer being aired in Germany... Oh my god, that was soooo sad... I can't believe itmoreless
  • Very, very sad episode...

    10
    I never miss an episode of McLeod's Daughters, but I started to doubt whether I would want to see this episode, because I tend to cry when something sad happens on television. It won't be the same without Claire, and I just couldn't watch when Claire pushed Tess away and the car, with Claire, fell down. I wanted Claire to survive this, so she could get married with Alex and live happily ever after, but I guess Tess was right about that white horse being a bad omen. But despite of Claire's death, it still was a very good episode.moreless
  • Tears, tears and tears...

    8.0
    I hated the day this episode was shown. I never really believed this would happen until the episode was actually there.



    The performance of Lisa Chappell (Claire) is marvelous in this episode. You can see how much her character had grown and it's such a loss for the show. Birdie (Tess) on the other hand, surprised me. I don't know why exactly, but her reaction surprised me in a good way.



    I almost cried my eyes out, as I'm a bit of a drama queen when it comes to shows and dead people. I actually doubted if I'd keep watching MD. There's one thing I'm sure of: MD is not as good as it used to be without Claire...moreless
  • I love a good cry

    9.7
    Having said that, I did cry. I already read somewhere that Clair was gonna die. The only thing I didn't know was how. The when I looked up at te site of McLeod's daughters.

    It was so sad to see that finally Alex and Clair got toghether, only to be cruelly torn apart.

    I also felt for Tess, who tried her hardest to save Clair, but missing the strengh and the tools to keep the car afloat, lost in the end.

    Good episode, I like Australia and the Outback. Would move there if I could and live like them (only with money in my pocket)moreless
Sam Isaacs

Sam Isaacs

Dr. John Murphy

Guest Star

Simmone Mackinnon

Simmone Mackinnon

Stevie Hall

Guest Star

Sarah Hart

Sarah Hart

Charlotte

Recurring Role

Alisha Hart

Alisha Hart

Charlotte

Recurring Role

John Jarratt

John Jarratt

Terry Dodge

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Claire (to Tess before she dies): Take care of Charlotte. I love you.
      Claire pushes Tess away from the truck, as the vehicle falls over the cliff with Claire inside, and crashes into the ground below.

    • Funeral Blues by W H Auden

      Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
      Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
      Silence the pianos and with muffled drum
      Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.

      Let aeroplanes circle moaning overhead
      Scribbling on the sky the message He Is Dead,
      Put crepe bows round the white necks of the public doves,
      Let the traffic policemen wear black cotton gloves.

      He was my North, my South, my East and West,
      My working week and my Sunday rest,
      My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song;
      I thought that love would last for ever; I was wrong.

      The stars are not wanted now: put out every one;
      Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun;
      Pour away the ocean and sweep up the wood,
      For nothing now can ever come to any good.

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