The Flying Doctors

Season 2 Episode 3

The Unluckiest Boy in Town

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The Unluckiest Boy in Town
A woman named Barbara Freeman finds out she's got a brain disease. When Barbara's husband Robert learns that it is hereditary, he refuses to tell their son Michael as it would only make him worried. However, when Michael learns the truth he steals one of Baxter's planes. Meanwhile, DJ tries to start a local disco for the teenagers to prevent them creating trouble around town. Jack also lets DJ star a gym. Later, Jack's superior arrives in the Crossing and threatens to transfer him for not being able to sort out the raucus teenagers.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

    Terry Gill

    Terry Gill

    Sgt. Jack Carruthers

    Murray Bartlett

    Murray Bartlett

    Michael Freeman

    Guest Star

    Elspeth Ballantyne

    Elspeth Ballantyne

    Barbara Freeman

    Guest Star

    Dimity Barber

    Dimity Barber

    Jenny

    Guest Star

    Frank Ottenson

    Frank Ottenson

    Old Codger No. 1

    Recurring Role

    Herb Krause

    Herb Krause

    Old Codger No. 2

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      • Geoff: Look don't tell anyone, but I moonlight as a talent scout for Sale of the Century.

      • Violet: If I choose to go behind your back, Jack Carruthers, I'll say it to your face first!

      • Jack: I've just been thinkin' about what we were talking about.
        DJ: The disco.
        Jack: No, no, no, um, about the kids havin' nothing to do.
        DJ: Oh, we'll give 'em a disco.
        Jack: No, no, no disco. Look, ah, ah, Red McNeill he's a farmer. Ya know, he's got a woolshed on the edge of town.
        DJ: Hey, that'd be perfect for a disco!
        Jack: No look stop talkin' about the flamin' disco. I've... I've just come out 'ere today to ask for your help. Ah, to start a gym.
        DJ: A what?!
        Jack: A gymnasium. Healthy body, healthy mind.
        DJ: Come on, Sarge, they won't go for that. You'll need guys in black boots with truncheons and guard dogs to keep 'em in the place. You're gonna have to round them up with whips!

      • Geoff: DJ, look we've had a few complaints about your coordination of the radio clinics in the morning.
        DJ: Complaints? What kind of complaints? I've been here on time every morning. I open up the airwaves, bright and breezy, nice and easy. I make little jokes, I'm real polite with all the customers. Come on, Doc, what's all the kaka?
        Geoff: Well it's the little jokes. Um, I'm told that when people call in with their medical complaints...
        DJ: Yeah, so I play a little blast from some track. You know, it brightens up the session.
        Geoff: Possibly, but um, well for instance say when Mrs Wilkinson called in with her Angina problem.
        DJ: Oh, yeah! I played Total Eclipse of the Heart, right? What's the matter hasn't anybody got a sense of humour around here?

      • At the disco
        Jack: What do you think? (Nudges Violet to take her fingers out of her ears) I said what do you think?
        Violet: I thought it was supposed to be a gymnasium.
        Jack: Yeah, lost a bit in the translation. Still, they are gettin' exercise I s'pose.
        Violet: So are my eardrums.

      • Geoff: You look absolutely beautiful tonight, Kate.
        Kate: Thank you.
        Geoff: We're gonna have to get you home before midnight, we don't want you turning into a nurse.

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