I can't have any more kids.Stephen tries to reason with Dee.In a pickle.Stubborn old bird.
Stephen tells Patricia that Dee has threatened to do something before, but this is the first time she's
actually gone ahead. He asks Patricia what's wrong with having children - it's something they would have
got round to discussing sooner or later. Patricia tells him that she can't have any more kids - it's a medical
impossibility. Stephen is disappointed, but tells Patricia that he married her because he loves her. They
decide they can't tell Dee - they'll have to play for time.
Stephen goes into the living room to see Dee. He asks her if she realises the spot she's put him and Patricia
in. Dee restates that she has a serious heart condition, and the only goal left in her life is to make sure the
Morrell name is carried on. She adds that she has given him the best possible incentive to have a son.

We might have a girl.Charlie meets Dee."Hello, Barbara."Shocked!
The next morning, Patricia tells Dee that her and Stephen have decided to have a child - but in their own
time. Patricia remarks that it might be a girl. Dee tells them that the will still stands as it is. She tells her
son that she is flying down to Sydney to catch up on some old friends. When Stephen asks her if it's
Barbara, she tells him maybe.
Later, Dee arrives at the Sydney apartment with Wayne, who introduces her to Jill. She asks Wayne if he
would mind driving her to Dural, and he says that would be fine.
Wayne, Jill and Dee arrive at Dural, where they are met by Charlie. Wayne introduces Charlie to Dee, who
takes an immediate dislike to her. Gordon and Barbara are talking in their living room when Wayne and Dee
walk in. Dee says "Hello, Barbara. It's been quite a long time." Barbara is shocked.....

ROWENA WALLACE (as Patricia Morrell), MICHAEL LONG (Stephen Morrell), MARY WARD (Dee Morrell),
IAN RAWLINGS (Wayne Hamilton), SARAH KEMP (Charlie Bartlett), KIM LEWIS (Jill O'Donnell),
CORNELIA FRANCES (Barbara Hamilton)

Channel Five broadcast: Saturday 29th June 2002

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