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Episode 1801
Network Ten: 02/11/1992
BBC: 08/10/1993
UK Gold: 27/09/1999

Written by Betty Quin
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Peter Knotts: Simon Hughes

Summary:-
Cathy's plans for her money shock Benito. Phoebe is suspended from school, and Dorothy realises she's created a monster in Mr Knotts - a Frankenstein! Beth and Gaby team up for a surprise for Brad.

Episode 1802
Network Ten: 03/11/1992
BBC: 11/10/1993
UK Gold: 28/09/1999

Written by Jenny Lewis
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Peter Knotts: Simon Hughes
Mick Cooper: Bruce Stadus
Mr Popovic: Jerry Gerolemou

Summary:-
Madge has a mystery buyer for the coffee shop. Someone's looking for Brad and he doesn't just want to say g'day. Rick's prank causes Philip to lose his job, and Dorothy reaches a decision about her future. Brad is all shook up following the shark incident.

Episode 1803
Network Ten: 04/11/1992
BBC: 12/10/1993
UK Gold: 29/09/1999

Written by Chris McTrustry
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler
Jackie: Bronwyn Jones
Tammy: Michelle McClatchy
Compere: Matt Hayden
April Kendall: Sara Broadway
Receptionist: Simone Locke

Summary:-
Brad makes an unexpected character transformation when he punches Mick Cooper. Who will win the Miss Surf Queen title? Jill plots to destroy the Willis marriage, while Madge begins to have doubts about marrying Lou.

Episode 1804
Network Ten: 05/11/1992
BBC: 13/10/1993
UK Gold: 30/09/1999

Written by Jeffrey Truman
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler
Rhonda: Brianne Cuthbert

Summary:-
Rick is horrified by the result of his impulsive actions. Jill's behaviour is becoming even more dangerous for Pam. Lou tries to resist the advances of a glamorous stranger. Phoebe is acting seriously weird to put Stephen off, but she is in for a shock.

Episode 1805
Network Ten: 06/11/1992
BBC: 14/10/1993
UK Gold: 01/10/1999

Written by Barbara Angell
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo

Summary:-
Rick and Debbie are thrilled to be going to London, having won the Michael Jackson competition, but their joy is short-lived. Dorothy fears for Phoebe's sanity, while Lou is shocked to learn that Jill Weir has moved into the Willis house and tries to contact Doug. Helen and Philip enter into a conspiracy, and Cathy uncovers Marco's secret.

Episode 1806
Network Ten: 09/11/1992
BBC: 15/10/1993
UK Gold: 04/10/1999

Written by Rod Zielinski
Directed by Michael Sergi
Guest stars
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler

Summary:-
Doug gets an unpleasant shock on his homecoming, and Cathy enlists Marco's help to hide her secret from Benito. Helen and Philip cook up a sneaky plot to get Debbie to London, but it only makes Julie unhappy. Brad finds himself in trouble with the law.

Episode 1807
Network Ten: 10/11/1992
BBC: 18/10/1993
UK Gold: 05/10/1999

Written by Ray Kolle
Directed by Michael Sergi
Guest stars
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo
Agi Romanov: Marian Dimmick
Mick Cooper: Bruce Stadus

Summary:-
Mick Cooper tries to provoke Brad by making a pass at Beth. After consulting a medium, Phoebe comes to a decision regarding Stephen. Jill continues to cause trouble between Pam and Doug as she tightens the net around Doug.

Episode 1808
Network Ten: 11/11/1992
BBC: 19/10/1993
UK Gold: 06/10/1999

Written by Roger Moulton
Directed by Michael Sergi
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo
Rhonda: Brianne Cuthbert

Summary:-
Brad flies of the handle when Gaby tells him about Mick Cooper's blackmail of Beth, and Todd finally makes 'contact' with Phoebe. Rick panics and suspects Toby is to blame when his plane tickets to London go missing, and Lou finds out some interesting news about Rhonda.

Episode 1809
Network Ten: 12/11/1992
BBC: 20/10/1993
UK Gold: 07/10/1999

Written by C.M. Covington
Directed by Michael Sergi
Guest stars
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler

Summary:-
Lou tells Madge it's over between them, and Doug thinks he has found a way to get Jill Weir out of his life. Julie decides to do battle with Dorothy over her civil duties. Doug receives a horrifying telephone call from Jill, while Lou faces a new crisis when his sale of the car yard goes through.

Episode 1810
Network Ten: 13/11/1992
BBC: 21/10/1993
UK Gold: 08/10/1999

Written by John Upton
Directed by Michael Sergi
Guest stars
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler
Noddy: Richard Piper
Dr De Silva: Robin Miller

Summary:-
Pam and Doug make a horrifying discovery, and Pam is stunned by Jill's announcement. Helen, helping Debbie to sneak off to London with Rick for the Michael Jackson concert, is almost caught out by Benito and Cathy at the international airport terminal. Marco's irresponsible attitude inadvertently puts his mother's life in grave danger.

Episode 1811
Network Ten: 16/11/1992
BBC: 22/10/1993
UK Gold: 11/10/1999

Written by Ysabelle Dean
Directed by Steve Mann
Guest stars
Noddy: Richard Piper
Customer: Adrian Collingwood

Summary:-
Doug finally tells Pam about his affair with Jill. Lou looks for a new place to live, while a birth video shows Phoebe a new side to Stephen. Benito endangers Marco when he unwittingly gives his address to a shady character, and Jim comforts Pam until they find their feelings get the better of them.

Episode 1812
Network Ten: 17/11/1992
BBC: 25/10/1993
UK Gold: 12/10/1999

Written by Ian Coughlan
Directed by Steve Mann
Guest stars
Noddy's Brother: David Glazebrook

Summary:-
Jim is torn between love and friendship and faces a quandary over his increasingly ambiguous relationship with Pam. Benito and Cathy worry about Marco's safety, whilst Pam tries to come to terms with her split with Doug. Rick and Debbie's trip to London takes an unexpected and unpleasant turn.

Episode 1813
Network Ten: 18/11/1992
BBC: 26/10/1993
UK Gold: 13/10/1999

Written by Margot Knight
Directed by Steve Mann
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo
George Carter: Andrew Dicks
Mick Cooper: Bruce Stadus
Tammy: Michelle McClatchy
Reptile Keeper: Robert Jealous

Summary:-
Phoebe and Stephen spend a wonderful day at the zoo until Phoebe's school assignment gets ruined. Dorothy and Julie agree to have a public debate on radio, while Beth is frustrated by Brad's strange behaviour. Another dangerous confrontation mars Rick and Debbie's visit to London.

Episode 1814
Network Ten: 19/11/1992
BBC: 27/10/1993
UK Gold: 14/10/1999

Written by Adam Bowen
Directed by Steve Mann
Guest stars
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler
George Carter: Andrew Dicks
Mr Carter: Bill Moody
Customer: Kelly Nash

Summary:-
Debbie and Rick are rescued by an unexpected saviour, and Julie clashes with Dorothy during a live radio debate. Jill Weir's ultimatum makes Doug realise he will have to bring her to her senses if her is to get on with his life. Julie orchestrates the ultimate revenge on the hypocritical Benito, and Doug is shocked by Jill final demand.

Episode 1815
Network Ten: 20/11/1992
BBC: 28/10/1993
UK Gold: 15/10/1999

Written by Jenny Lewis
Directed by Steve Mann
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo
Jill Weir: Lyn Semler
Fred Entwistle: Carlo Giardino
Ballot Official: George Ginis
Customer: Rick Fletcher
Nurse: Donna McCrae

Summary:-
Doug takes a calculated risk when the obsessive Jill resorts to extreme measures to win his love. Philip steps into Benito's shoes - but will they fit? The fur flies as council election candidates Julie and Dorothy begin campaigning in earnest, and Phoebe gets an unexpected 18th-birthday gift from Stephen. Lou and Benito reach a business agreement, and who will win the council election?

Episode 1816
Network Ten: 23/11/1992
BBC: 29/10/1993
UK Gold: 18/10/1999

Written by C.M. Covington
Directed by Philip East
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo
Percy Slade: Donald Hirst

Summary:-
Philip and Julie's first day of working together doesn't run smoothly. Dorothy clashes with Phoebe over her plans to marry Stephen, and Cameron becomes convinced dubious tactics were used to ensure the success of Percy Slade's council election campaign. Julie oversteps the mark - with dire results for Gaby.

Note: Produced by Alan Coleman Dave Worthington


Episode 1817
Network Ten: 24/11/1992
BBC: 01/11/1993
UK Gold: 19/10/1999

Written by Barbara Angell
Directed by Philip East
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo
George Carter: Andrew Dicks
Terry Carter: Lee Cheesewright
Noddy: Richard Piper
Rev. Fitzsimmons: James Taylor
Gavin Heywood: Peter Hosking

Summary:-
Beth fears for Brad's life when he sets out to prove himself, and Stephen and Phoebe suffer another setback in their marriage plans. Debbie and Rick give their concert tickets to a sick boy, while Ramsay Street receives an unwelcome visitor. Gavin Heywood makes Philip an interesting offer.

Episode 1818
Network Ten: 25/11/1992
BBC: 02/11/1993
UK Gold: 20/10/1999

Written by Jeffrey Truman
Directed by Philip East
Guest stars
George Carter: Andrew Dicks
Terry Carter: Lee Cheesewright
Casey Butler: Richard Aspel
Cliff Sandor: Tim Allen
Eddie Garcia and Jennifer Batten: as Themselves

Summary:-
A crisis brings the Willis family back together, and Rick and Debbie experience a brief moment of fame during their trip to London. Brad comes up with a novel promotional idea for the coffee shop, and Gaby makes a shocking discovery.
Scene from episode 1818

Episode 1819
Network Ten: 26/11/1992
BBC: 03/11/1993
UK Gold: 21/10/1999

Written by David Allen
Directed by Philip East
Guest stars
Stephen Gottlieb: Lochie Daddo

Summary:-
Gaby's attitude unwittingly sparks a violent confrontation between Doug and Jim. Dorothy and Stephen have a heart-to-heart, and Gaby faces up to the fact that her parents' relationship is over. Lou's plan to surprise Madge by throwing a party is foiled when the guest of honour is unexpectedly detained.

Episode 1820
Network Ten: 27/11/1992
BBC: 04/11/1993
UK Gold: 22/10/1999

Written by Ray Kolle
Directed by Philip East
Guest stars
George Carter: Andrew Dicks
Terry Carter: Lee Cheesewright
Mr Carter: Bill Moody
Cliff Sandor: Tim Allen
Casey Butler: Richard Aspel

Summary:-
A concerned Lou considers calling the police when Madge doesn't turn up for her surprise farewell party. Helen's illness delays Rick and Debbie's return from England, and, after a taste of English football at Arsenal Football Club, their problems increase when their TV interview is released to the Australian media. Madge says a tearful farewell to all her friends from Ramsay Street, and Julie makes an alarming discovery.

Episode 1821
Network Ten: 30/11/1992
BBC: 05/11/1993
UK Gold: 25/10/1999

Written by Helen MacWhirter
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Rev. Fitzsimmons: James Taylor

Summary:-
Cathy makes a heartfelt confession to Benito about the coffee shop, and Rick and Debbie's romance runs into serious trouble as a family feud brews - it's Romeo and Juliet all over again. Lou suffers a mid-life crisis on his 50th birthday, and Helen comes to the rescue of Phoebe and Stephen.

Episode 1822
Network Ten: 01/12/1992
BBC: 08/11/1993
UK Gold: 26/10/1999

Written by Betty Quin
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Noddy: Richard Piper

Summary:-
A prodigal returns to Ramsay Street bringing some more bad news for the Martin household. Jim and Pam's relationship runs into further trouble, and Cathy gets an unpleasant surprise on her return home. Helen breaks some bad news to Cameron and Beth.

Episode 1823
Network Ten: 02/12/1992
BBC: 09/11/1993
UK Gold: 27/10/1999

Written by John Upton
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Carol Chapman: Julie Dawson
Detective no. 1: Glenn O'Hara

Summary:-
Benito comforts Cathy in the aftermath of the break-in. Lou invites Cameron and Beth to live with him in the hope they will spruce up his old-fashioned image. Helen persuades Jim to take another woman to the fund-raising ball in an attempt to end his relationship with Pam, and her plan leaves Pam bitterly disappointed. Doug, Brad and Gaby are reunited, while Julie is outraged to discover than Pam has been having a relationship with her father.

Episode 1824
Network Ten: 03/12/1992
BBC: 10/11/1993
UK Gold: 28/10/1999

Written by Michael O'Rourke
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Drunk: Rick Fletcher
Customer 1: Brenda Palmer
Customer 2: Bruce McBrien

Summary:-
Preparations for Stephen and Phoebe's wedding are disrupted by a shocking discovery. Brad receives an unexpected and exciting offer at Gaby's expense, while estranged couple Doug and Pam fall victim to a family conspiracy. Rick helps Benito to make a sale at the car yard, and a death in Ramsay Street has implications for Dorothy and Toby.

Episode 1825
Network Ten: 04/12/1992
BBC: 11/11/1993
UK Gold: 29/10/1999

Written by Wayne Doyle
Directed by Ian Watson
Guest stars
Noddy: Richard Piper
Gavin Heywood: Peter Hosking
Serena: Bianca Campbell

Summary:-
1992 Series Finale
Dorothy and Toby's plot looks set to be uncovered, while Brad is still convinced that he is better qualified than Gaby for the position of bar manager. The Martin family moves into their new home, and Phoebe's wedding plans suffer a setback when she goes into labour. News of the cottage fire brings Stephen's bucks night to an abrupt halt. Cameron goes undercover to try to find out the truth about Gavin Heywood's business operations, but his investigations lead him into a deadly situation. Brad risks his life to rescue Beth and Hannah when they are caught in a blazing inferno - can he save them?
Scene from episode 1825
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