Weirdsister College

Season 1 Episode 10

Good Friends

Aired Unknown Feb 04, 2002 on ITV
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Good Friends
As part of an ancient ritual all first year students have to donate a much loved item and Milly is forced to donate Tabby, the one thing that appears to be holding her together. Enid, an old friend from Cackles, arrives (she looks different !) and reveals she has been kicked out of her college. She pleads with Milly to go with her and travel the world. Milly, faced with separation from Tabby and desperately unhappy warms to the idea. Will Milly leave Weirdsister and her troubles behind for good?moreless

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    Stephanie Lane

    Stephanie Lane

    Deirdre Swoop

    Georgina Sherrington

    Georgina Sherrington

    Mildred 'Millie' Hubble

    Felicity Jones

    Felicity Jones

    Ethel Hallow (Season Four)

    Charmian May

    Charmian May

    Alicia Thunderblast

    Jaye Griffiths

    Jaye Griffiths

    Professor Jenny Wendle

    John Rogan

    John Rogan

    Professor J.Shakeshaft

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      • Mildred: I will do anything. I will talk to your parents. I'll come home with you and see them if you like. But you can't stay at Weirdsister. You've seen the kind of college it is.
        Enid: Come with me, then. Get out of here.
        Mildred: What, for good?
        Enid: Be honest with yourself. You don't really like it at Weirdsister. And you're more stuffled here than you were at school.
        Mildred: That's not true.
        Enid: Isn't it? Do you really want to stay at a place that's going take Tabby away from you? Mildred, you don't belong here. Anymore than I did at Primrose Hill.
        Mildred: No. Speak for yourself.
        Enid: It's not too late. I've left and so can you. We can go together. Now, today. Before you lose Tabby. We can explore the world together. Be real friends again. Wouldn't that be a lot of fun?
        (the Beetle walks up)
        Beetle: That's a very nice speech.
        Mildred: Beetle.
        Beetle: Just immature and romantic. Am I right in thinking you're Miss Enid Nightshade?
        Enid: Yes.
        Beetle: I know all about you. Well, Miss Hubble, from what I just heard, it seems you have a stark choice. Follow your young chum here on a desperate adventure to hang on to a doomed childhood, or face reality and continue with your education here. If you opt for the former, you can go and pack your bags immediately. If the latter, I suggest you persuade Miss Nightshade to leave forthwith.

      • Enid: I can't.
        Mildred: Can't?
        Enid: I can't leave. I've nowhere to go.
        Mildred: Primrose Hill. I know you don't like it, but...
        Enid: No, Millie. It's more, much more than that. It's true, what I told you last night. What I didn't they've kicked me out.

      • Mildred: (to Tabby) You know, sometimes I just wish we were back at Cackle's.

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