The Crow Road

Season 1 Episode 3

Fergus

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Aired Unknown Nov 18, 1996 on BBC Two
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The McHoan family continues to mourn and the details of the accident are disclosed. Prentice manages to find more extracts from Rory’s manuscript. The truth about how Lachlan lost an eye is revealed. Prentice becomes closer to Ashley when Verity and Lewis make a shock announcement. There is more evidence of marital discord for Fiona and Fergus.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Alex Norton

    Alex Norton

    Lachlan Watt

    Guest Star

    Elizabeth Sinclair

    Elizabeth Sinclair

    Mary McHoan

    Guest Star

    Edward Casey

    Edward Casey

    Young Prentice (Aged 10)

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • A drunk Kenneth sings the ballad The Ball o' Kirriemuir as he scales the church. His version is a sanitised version of the orginal.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Prentice: The Gallanach Glassworks manufactured Lachlan Watt a glass eye and two spares, making him the only boy in Lochgair with four eyes.

      • Young Fergus: My father says that the working class have too many children and not enough responsibility.

      • Prentice: What's that?
        Fergus: Oh, just some old things of Rory's found at the bottom of a box. Mary saw my name on the bottom of a page, said I could borrow them just to see what old Rory had to say about me.

      • Prentice: On balance, you'd have to say my family's had more that its fair share of misfortune. Aunt Fiona killed in a car crash. My grandmother dead after collision with a conservatory. Uncle Rory missing without trace. And now my father. I was waiting to interview the chief suspect, God, but for now he was refusing to comment.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Prentice tells Janice that Gavin is a prop forward and that he spends half his life sticking his hulking head between other folks' legs. He is referring to the positon Gavin plays in rugby.

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