The Flying Doctors

Season 2 Episode 11

Fifty-Two Hours Straight

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Aired Unknown Sep 29, 1987 on The Nine Network
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Fifty-Two Hours Straight
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The Chochrane brothers create their usual havoc when they try to blow up a car in order to get the insurance money. When Sam tries to lend a helping hand, he ends up being injured. Meanwhile, Emma and Geoff do their best to make themselves comfortable and spend a night in the nomad.moreless

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    Peter O'Brien

    Peter O'Brien

    Sam Patterson

    Lenore Smith

    Lenore Smith

    Kate Standish (Wellings)

    Robert Grubb

    Robert Grubb

    Dr. Geoff Standish

    Rebecca Gibney

    Rebecca Gibney

    Emma Plimpton/Patterson

    Liz Burch

    Liz Burch

    Dr.Chris Randall

    Maurie Fields

    Maurie Fields

    Vic Buckley

    Gary Adams

    Gary Adams

    Phar Lap Cochrance

    Guest Star

    Graham Duckett

    Graham Duckett

    Carbine Cochrane

    Guest Star

    Roger Oakley

    Roger Oakley

    Bert Webster

    Guest Star

    Michaela Abay

    Michaela Abay

    Zoe Buchanan

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      • Sam: How 'bout 'em naming the baby Samantha, 'ey?
        Geoff: Yeah I think it's wrong to name a baby in the heat of the moment.

      • Sam: But you must be really tired.
        Geoff: Not content with being a pilot and a midwife, the man now considers himself a diagnostician.

      • Sam: Weather report's good. Should sleep like a baby.
        Geoff: Don't mention babies.

      • Sam: Burt Webster reckons you're not too keen on flying the RFDS airlines.
        Emma: I don't like the passenger facilities.

      • Emma: Come over all efficient driving a plane, don't you?
        Sam: Aircraft or aeroplane. Never plane.
        Emma: Oh, everyone calls them planes.
        Sam: Only people who don't fly them, or love them.

      • Phar Lap: Stop, Carb. Stop!
        Carbine: What's up now? You've been complainin' about ya flamin' backside for the past hour.
        Phar Lap: Nah, it's important. I dropped the tinnies.

      • Emma: He's in love with his stupid... aeroplane.

      • Emma: Anyway, there was this one on foot and Violet was rabbiting on to him, talking to him like he was some sort of statue. When suddenly he stamped out of his little box thing, whisked his sword up to his nose and nearly cut the feather of Violet's hat. And then he said 'hullo sexy' to me... and, uh, that was about the time that, ah... that Violet thought England was going to the dogs.

      • Geoff: Is there any coffee in that thermos?
        Emma: Yeah, it's stone cold though.
        Geoff: Well that's alright, just... just put masses of sugar in it.
        Emma: Rot your teeth, Doctor.
        Geoff: Well I'll be gummy, but at least I'll be awake.

      • Geoff: You... you care for Sam, don't you.
        Emma: We're mates.
        Geoff: This isn't the time to play hard to get.

      • Carbine: Stop muckin' about with the radio.
        Phar Lap: We might get China or somethin'.
        Carbine: The last time you tried that we listened to half an hour of some foreign lingo and it was it Radio Australia.

      • Sam: Your aircraft, Doc.
        Geoff: Yep.
        Emma: You mean he really does outrank you?
        Geoff: Oh yes. In the aircraft.

      • Sam: Emma, I love you. I think I did from the moment I first saw you.

      • Geoff: I could lose him.
        Kate: No you won't, Geoff. You're too good. Now there are two torches in the cabin. Now get them out, get them ready and shape up, Doctor!
        Geoff: Angry Well what do you... pauses Thanks, Kate.

      • DJ: And it's a big howdy to my listening audience of two. Those diligent souls pumping breath into our favourite pilot out there in Nomad land.

      • Emma: Sam lie still. Now stop fighting against it, come on. I helped put that tube into you and it was muckier than a grease and oil.

      • Geoff: You should have been a nurse.
        Emma: I prefer machinery. It doesn't make you cry when it's broken.

      • Emma: I've got it Geoff, why don't you sleep?
        Geoff: Can't leave my patient to a mechanic!

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