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Episode #2.8 

In the season final, Joan makes a terrible choice to save her husband. Matron fights a desperate battle to keep Stanton House open. McNaughton makes a fateful decision that has a drastic impact on Joan and Jim's future.

Director:

Lynn-Maree Danzey

Writers:

Tim Pye, Sarah Lambert (creator)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jessica Marais ... Joan Millar
Jonathan LaPaglia ... Dr. Patrick McNaughton
Matthew Le Nevez ... Jim Marsh
Mandy McElhinney ... Matron Frances Bolton
Ella Scott Lynch ... Shirley Ryan
Sophie Bloom ... Vivian Maguire (as Sophie Hensser)
Miranda Tapsell ... Martha Tennant
Harriet Dyer ... Patricia Saunders
Gracie Gilbert ... Annie Carmichael
Andrew Ryan Andrew Ryan ... Simon Bowditch (as Andy Ryan)
Lincoln Younes ... Chris Vesty
Marshall Napier ... Greg Matheson
Charlotte Hazzard Charlotte Hazzard ... Helen
Greg Lyndon Greg Lyndon ... Bank Manager
Giselle Da Silva Giselle Da Silva ... Briony
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Storyline

Joan is forced to find a way to save Jim after Gregory's efforts to gain custody of his grandson become more extreme. Annie decides she can't give birth to a baby which would forever bind her to Matron and takes matters into her own hands. Matron has to choose between saving Stanton House and the life of her unborn grandson, and the former Stanton House girls rally around Patty and help her as she starts her own business. McNaughton makes fateful decision that has a drastic impact on Joan and Jim's future.

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Drama

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Release Date:

23 June 2015 (Australia) See more »

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Playmaker Media See more »
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