A Place To Call Home: episode guide


In the Heat of the Night

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Episode 3.06
Sun, November 01, 2015
Written by Sarah Lambert
Directed by Shirley Barrett

George comes across Sarah, who has been taken ill at the side of the road, and takes her to the hospital where he learns of her pregnancy. Caroline teases her mother about Douglas Goddard but Elizabeth decides to visit his servicemen's club again. Olivia continues her relationship with Lloyd but she is determined to end the affair as her guilt intensifies. She is distraught when James discovers the affair and after their argument, Olivia discovers baby George missing. In Sydney, Douglas visits Elizabeth and puts his heart on the line, declaring he has feelings for her. René's health deteriorates as he puts Sarah's life in danger.

Guest Cast: Robert Coleby as Douglas Goddard, Ben Winspear as René Nordmann, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Brenna Harding as Rose O'Connell, Tim Draxl as Henry Fox, Rick Donald as Lloyd Ellis-Parker, Leah Russell as Marjorie Carlin, Alex Malone as Helen McDonald, Tiffany Hoy as Nurse, Andy Leonard as Simon Hallow, Tony Girdler as Mumbling Man Bill, Daniel Krige as Police Officer (Refuge), Paul Franklin as Veteran #1, Luke Quinton as Veteran #2, James Archer as Veteran #3; Stunts: Inge Sildnik, Ben Toyer

The Sins of the Father

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Episode 3.07
Sun, November 08, 2015
Written by John Ridley
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Jack has arranged for René to have his brain operation but Sarah, concerned about the risks involved refuses to give her consent. George withraws his nomination as The Country Party canditate and attempts to face his demons regarding his strained relationship with his father. Regina hatches a plan to reinstate herself in George's esteem. Jack continues to warn Carolyn regarding Sir Richard's intentions. Elizabeth helps Sarah make a difficult decision. Meanwhile, James is still hiding away in Sydney, Gino is worried about his vine saplings, and Olivia is trying to maintain a facade on the eve of Baby George's Christening.

Guest Cast: Robert Coleby as Douglas Goddard, Ben Winspear as René Nordmann, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Brenna Harding as Rose O'Connell, Tim Draxl as Henry Fox, Martin Crewes as Lewis Bligh, Joshua Chazan as Young George Bligh, Patch May as Young Roy Briggs, Leah Russell as Marjorie Carlin, Alex Malone as Helen McDonald, Scott Grimley as Norman Parker, Alex Hopkins as Stable Hand, Annette Ogilvie as Prostitute (1924); Stunts: Inge Sildnik, Judd Wild, Martin Ingham

Till Death Do Us Part

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Episode 3.08
Sun, November 15, 2015
Written by Giula Sandler
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

It is the morning of baby George's christening and Olivia is distraught over James' continued absence and locks herself in her room unable to face the thought of going to church without him. Regina travels to Sydney to bring James back and is rewarded by George who invites her back to stay at Ash Park. Anna discovers the extent of their financial problems as Gino's dreams die with the vines and the distance between them grows further. In Sydney, René undergoes neurosurgery while an anxious Sarah is comforted by Dr Henry Fox. Regina is determined to keep George and Sarah apart forever.

Guest Cast: Ben Winspear as René Nordmann, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Brenna Harding as Rose O'Connell, Tim Draxl as Henry Fox, Heather Mitchell as Prudence Swanson, Anthony Campanella as Carlo Baroni, Emily Eskell as Abigail Webster, Scott Grimley as Norman Parker, Jack Wyld as Doctor, Dick Bromley as Civil Marriage Celebrant, Shane Emmett as Photgrapher, James (Jim) Cuthel as Taxi Driver; Stunts: Inge Sildnik

The Mourners' Kadish

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Episode 3.09
Sun, November 22, 2015
Written by Katherine Thomson
Directed by Lynn-Maree Danzey

Regina and George return to Ash Park from their wedding, where both Elizabeth and Carolyn warn both parties about their marriage of convenience. Sarah is flustered in her attempts to arrange Rene's funeral but Roy and Doris Collins offer their support. With her family in tatters, Elizabeth refuses Douglas' offer of a deeper friendship. Gino is upset when he finds and reads Ann's unpublished novel. As their romantic dream finally shatters, Anna returns to Ash Park. Regina takes extreme measures to further ensnare George.

Guest Cast: Robert Coleby as Douglas Goddard, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Brenna Harding as Rose O'Connell, Tim Draxl as Henry Fox, Leah Russell as Marjorie Carlin, Alex Malone as Helen McDonald, Scott Grimley as Norman Parker, Simon Abraham as Rabbi, Michael Gencher as Jewish Man, Shane Emmett as Photographer, Amelia Ramsey as Dressage Girl, Sonya Giesekam as Nurse #1, Sue Slack-Smith as Nurse #2; Stunts: Inge Sildnik

The Love Undeniable

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Episode 3.10
Sun, November 29, 2015
Written by David Hannam
Directed by Lynn-Maree Danzey

Regina sets out to destroy any chance of happiness for George and Sarah. Elizabeth takes a remarkable step towards happiness while Anna questions her relationship with Gino. Carolyn finally confides in Jack just as his career is on the line and James and Olivia reaching breaking point.

Guest Cast: Robert Coleby as Douglas Goddard, Ben Winspear as René Nordmann, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Brenna Harding as Rose O'Connell, Tim Draxl as Henry Fox, Leah Russell as Marjorie Carlin, Tiger Balsmeyer as Marty, Bobby Babin as Detective #1, Trey Daniels as Detective #2, Sonya Giesekam as Nurse #1, Sue Slack-Smith as Nurse #2; James (Jim) Cuthel as Taxi Driver, Gareth Hamilton-Foster as News Photographer

Note: there will be a fourth season of A Place To Call Home