McLeod's Daughters

Season 4 Episode 26

This Moment Forward

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Oct 13, 2004 on The Nine Network
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Nick and Tess approach the altar at last, but there's family heartache to endure before any glimpse of a gold ring and a future together.

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Bridie Carter

Bridie Carter

Tess Silverman McLeod

Simmone Mackinnon

Simmone Mackinnon

Stevie Hall (Season 4 > | Recurring previously)

Marshall Napier

Marshall Napier

Harry Ryan (Recurring Season 1 >)

Dean O'Gorman

Dean O'Gorman

Luke Morgan (Season 5+ - recurring previously)

Michala Banas

Michala Banas

Kate Manfredi (Season 4 > )

Aaron Jeffery

Aaron Jeffery

Alex Ryan

Catherine Wilkin

Catherine Wilkin

Liz Ryan (Seasons 1-3 | Recurring otherwise)

Recurring Role

John Jarratt

John Jarratt

Terry Dodge (Recurring Season 1 > )

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Tess: Nick Ryan, I take you as my husband. For you, there is no more rain for I am your shelter. For you, there is no more pain for I am your comfort. For you, there is no more cold for I am your warmth. From this moment forward, though we are two bodies, we are one soul, one heart.
      Nick: Tess McLeod, I take you as my wife. I pledge my life, my body, my heart and soul from this moment forward. No drought, no famine, no sickness will beak this bond until death, when we are joined as one.

  • NOTES (3)

    • Music: "Hopeless Case" by Rebecca Lavelle, "The Perfect Day" by Rebecca Lavelle, "La Rejouissance" (G Handel) performed by The Amicus String Quartet, and "Jesu, Joys of Man's Desiring" (J S Bach) performed by The Amicus String Quartet.

    • This episode was the 12th most watched program for the week in New Zealand.

    • This episode of McLeod's Daughters attracted around 1,590,000 viewers in Australia. It was the 10th most watched program for the week.

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