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    1972
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Candy vit heureuse dans la maison de Pony avec son amie Annie et les autres orphelins. Mais quand Annie est adoptée, Candy va pleurer sur la colline. A ce moment là, un beau jeune homme qui porte un kilt et une cornemuse, apparait devant elle et lui dit: "Petite fille, tu es plus jolie quand tu souris que quand tu pleures ". S'en allant comme il etait venu, elle gardera comme seul souvenir un medaillon. Candy surnommera le jeune homme "le Prince des Collines". C'est cette image qui l'aidera et la soutiendra lors des épreuves qu'elle va devoir traverser: son séjour chez les Legrand, la mort d'Anthony , sa rupture avec Terry, le départ d'Alistair à la guerre, la disparition d'Albert...

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S01E00 Starting Theme Song 00/00/0000 This is the Starting Theme song
S01E01 L'anniversaire de Candy 01/10/1976 Candy et Annie sont trouvées par Tom à la maison de Pony, un orphelinat. Candy devient un vrai garçon manqué, contrairement à Annie. Candy se chamaille avec Tom et le bat au lasso. Tom est adopté, ce qui fait rêver Annie d’avoir des parents à elle.
S01E02 L'épreuve 08/10/1976 Annie pense de plus en plus à avoir des parents. Pour la consoler, Candy l’amène en pique-nique sans avertir la maison Pony de leur destination. Candy laisse juste une lettre expliquant qu'elles reviendrons avant la nuit. Au cours de leur périple, elles sont emportées par le courant d’une rivière mais ramenées sauves chez les Brighton. Annie propose de rester vivre ensemble chez eux, mais Candy rentre à l’orphelinat. Après une nuit où pour la première fois de leur vies les deux filles sont séparées, Annie rejoint la maison Pony à pied et offre à Candy de bonnes galettes de chez les Brighton.
S01E03 Au revoir Annie 15/10/1976 Les Brighton prétextent un barbecue à l’orphelinat pour demander d’adopter Candy, mais elle souhaite rester avec Annie aussi elle les force à changer d’avis, ce qui les fait se rabattre sur Annie qui, elle, accepte d’être adoptée.
S01E04 Une lettre d'Annie 22/10/1976 La vie de Candy est rythmée par le passage du facteur, monsieur Mathieu : elle le harcèle pour avoir des lettres d’Annie. Mais un jour, Annie, sous la pression de ses parents adoptifs, lui écrit une lettre d’adieux. Dans sa tristesse, elle erre jusqu’à la colline où elle rencontre un jeune homme en tenue écossaise qui l’encourage et qu'elle appellera son « prince de la colline ».
S01E05 Bonjour mon ami 29/10/1976 Candy part vivre chez les Legrand avec Capucin. En route, elle rencontre Tom qui la bat au lasso et son père qui lui fait des recommandations. Sur place, elle est mal accueillie par Daniel et Élisa qui lui jouent de vilains tours et par Mme Legrand qui lui dit qu’elle n’est que fille de compagnie. Candy corrige Daniel qui a lancé le chat de la maison à la tête de Dorothée, la jeune domestique. Sous l'injonction de Mme Legrand qui menace de faire renvoyer Dorothée, Candy se voit obligée de présenter ses excuses à genoux aux enfants Legrand. Plus tard elle découvre dans la maison un portrait ressemblant à son Prince des collines ce qui lui redonne du courage.
S01E06 Le prince des collines 05/11/1976 Candy s’attire la sympathie des domestiques, mais Daniel et Élisa continuent de lui jouer de vilains tours. Elle cache Capucin à l’étable après avoir voulu l’abandonner, mais Daniel et Élisa comptent en profiter pour la faire chanter. Elle se sauve et rencontre à un portail fleuri un beau garçon qui lui rappelle son prince de la colline, ce qui l’incite à rester chez les Legrand.
S01E07 Ai-je l'air d'une Dame ? 12/11/1976 Candy s’attire encore la colère des Legrand qui la punissent. Aussi elle décide de faire des efforts et devenir une vraie dame, seulement, les Legrand veulent faire d’elle une domestique, alors elle se sauve encore et fait la connaissance d’Archibald qui se montre galant.
S01E08 Une joyeuse carte d'invitation 19/11/1976 Élisa emmène Candy en ville, mais seulement pour servir de porteuse. Élisa l’abandonne sur place, mais Candy fait la connaissance d’Alistair qui l’aide à revenir très vite à la maison malgré quelques péripéties. Candy est invitée à la fête qui accueille la tante Elroy qui va vivre ici (et à laquelle elle espère trouver son prince), mais seulement grâce à ses nouveaux amis.
S01E09 Un merveilleux bal 26/11/1976 À la fête, Élisa se moque de la tenue de Candy, mais ses amis mettent une tenue décontractée pour la soutenir. Pendant le discours de la tante Elroy, Archibald fait rire Candy, ce qui jette l’opprobre sur elle. Archibald et Alistair lui confectionnent une robe, et elle obtient une danse avec Anthony au détriment d’Élisa.
S01E10 Une dame dans l'étable 03/12/1976 Mécontents de la prestation de Candy, les Legrand l’installent à l’étable, mais Sœur Maria et John viennent lui rendre visite, aussi faut-il sauver les apparences, malgré les protestations d’Élisa. Mais les visiteurs découvrent la vérité et Sœur Maria lui fait des recommandations. Anthony, en compensation de la vie difficile de Candy, lui promet une rose spéciale pour son anniversaire.
S01E11 Le petit ruban 10/12/1976 Les Brighton rendent visite aux Legrand, mais Annie ne doit pas montrer qu’elle connaît Candy. On lui propose une promenade à cheval, mais un tour de Daniel et Élisa emballe le cheval, et Candy doit aller au secours d’Annie, laquelle lui montre son amitié en lui donnant un ruban.
S01E12 Chère Candy 17/12/1976 Candy découvre des roses dans l’étable, mais finit par comprendre que c’est Daniel qui a voulu fâcher Anthony en la faisant passer pour une voleuse. Elle le met en cause, mais il dit que le chat lui a griffé les mains et accuse Candy d’avoir volé le ruban, ce qui la discrédite. Elle s’enfuit à la rivière où elle est sauvée par Albert, un vagabond, pour être ramenée par ses trois amis qui ont découvert la vérité. Anthony lui donne une nouvelle variété de rose, tendre Candy.
S01E13 Avec Albert 24/12/1976 Daniel veut empoisonner les chevaux, mais Albert fait une frappe éclair pour le punir. Ne pouvant prouver sa bonne foi, Candy part le voir. Ils discutent et il lui présente ses animaux à la maison qu’il squatte, mais il est délogé par les gardes. Anthony suggère à la tante Elroy d’adopter Candy, mais Élisa compromet son projet, aussi emmène-t-il Candy à cheval.
S01E14 Le vieil arbre au printemps 07/01/1977 Monsieur Legrand donne quelques jours de vacances à Candy à l’orphelinat. Elle y apprend que monsieur Flanagan veut acheter le vieil arbre qui s’y trouve car il est idéal pour l’escalade. Elle fait tout pour qu’il reste sur place.
S01E15 Une mauvaise nouvelle 14/01/1977 Dorothée doit partir au Mexique, aussi Candy lui fait ses recommandations. Daniel et Élisa font fuir Cléopâtre, le cheval. Candy la rattrape et Anthony vient l’aider, au grand dam d’Élisa, qui, pour se venger, s’arrange pour la faire passer pour une voleuse devant la tante Elroy. Celle-ci décide d’envoyer Candy au Mexique, à la place de Dorothée.
S01E16 Un voyage dans un pays inconnu 21/01/1977 Les domestiques font un repas d’adieux. Anthony, Archibald et Alistair découvrent que Daniel est à l’origine du départ de Candy et comptent sur son aveu pour annuler le départ, mais celui-ci est avancé. Pour manifester leur sympathie, ils ne peuvent que jouer de la cornemuse depuis les plateaux surplombant la vallée où roule la charrette où est Candy.
S01E17 Candy au Mexique 28/01/1977 Candy découvre que Garcia, son pilote, a mauvais caractère. Elle découvre dans la charrette une famille pauvre qui part aussi au Mexique. Elle s’absente une première fois pour trouver du lait pour le bébé, puis elle « emprunte » la charrette pour le faire soigner à la ville la plus proche. Pour payer le médecin, elle doit vendre son rosier, puis la famille s’en va.
S01E18 La voix du destin 04/02/1977 Candy sauve Garcia d’une morsure de serpent et lui donne son médaillon, mais il la livre à des bandits pour se sauver lui-même. Pris de remords, il la libère, mais elle est enlevée par un automobiliste.
S01E19 Après un destin 11/02/1977 Candy pense qu’elle sera vendue en Europe, mais elle réussit à se sauver alors que ses amis la recherchent. Elle arrive au portail des roses pour découvrir que c’est Georges qui l’a enlevée, le grand-oncle William ayant décidé de l’adopter ; les Legrand et la tante Elroy ne peuvent rien y faire, car l’oncle William est le maître absolu de la famille André.
S01E20 Je suis heureuse comme un rossignol 18/02/1977 Candy « prend ses marques » dans la famille André. Elle parle de son prince à Anthony qui en est jaloux, mais elle lui révèle qu’elle l’aime. Une fête est organisée en son honneur, malgré la colère d’Élisa.
S01E21 Le pigeon porte bonheur 25/02/1977 Pour se venger de Candy Elisa entraîne Anthony dans les bois et provoque un accident avec Tom qui transporte du lait. Anthony rapatrie Élisa, blessée, à la maison, puis se bat avec Tom qui l’a traité de lâche. Pour cela, Anthony est puni et consigné dans un château au fond des bois avec défense de contacter Candy, qui aurait une mauvaise influence sur lui.
S01E22 Ne meurs pas Anthony 04/03/1977 Malgré l’interdiction, Anthony et Candy correspondent, d’abord par pigeon voyageur, puis par un ballon conçu par Alistair, lequel ballon arrive chez Élisa. Ainsi, la tante Elroy découvre qu’Anthony veut participer à un rodéo et veut l’en dissuader, mais une campagne habilement menée réussit à la convaincre de le laisser participer. Et c’est Anthony qui remporte le rodéo.
S01E23 La première fois 11/03/1977 Un incident révèle que le prix du rodéo était un veau. Ne pouvant le garder, Anthony part avec Candy chercher un moyen de s’en débarrasser avant de réussir à le vendre au père de Tom. Alors ils décident de dépenser leur argent en petits plaisirs, et passent chez la diseuse de bonne aventure qui semble voir un mauvais présage pour Anthony.
S01E24 Mon Anthony 18/03/1977 Les mauvais présages s’accumulent mais n’entament pas la bonne humeur d’Anthony. Une chasse au renard est organisée pour accueillir officiellement Candy dans la famille André. Candy et Anthony s’isolent du groupe, et, alors qu’Anthony se prépare à révéler l’identité du prince de Candy, son cheval se prend la jambe dans un piège et désarçonne son cavalier qui se rompt la nuque.
S01E25 Loin des yeux, loin du coeur 25/03/1977 Toute la famille porte le deuil, et Anthony est enterré au cimetière, Candy étant reléguée à l’église. La tante Elroy voit Candy comme un oiseau de malheur et Élisa l’accuse d’être responsable de la mort d’Anthony. Finalement, Candy décide de rentrer à la maison de Pony.
S01E26 L'arbre qui sait tout 08/04/1977 Candy passe son temps à se morfondre à la maison de Pony, aussi, Jimmy, un nouveau, doute de son statut de chef et est désagréable avec elle. Puis il la défie à la course et l'escalade en ignorant que Candy excelle en ces disciplines. Elle gagne, s’attirant son estime.
S01E27 Un cadeau des anges 15/04/1977 Le réveillon de noël promet d’être morose pour mademoiselle Pony et Sœur Maria, car monsieur Cartwright, leur propriétaire, veut agrandir son ranche en rasant la maison. Candy et Jimmy décident de le persuader de n’en rien faire. Après une première approche qui se révèle être un échec, ils emmènent tous les orphelins, habillés en anges, présenter leurs vœux aux hommes du ranch. L'orphelinat est sauvé !
S01E28 Les enfants ne s'en iront pas 29/04/1977 Monsieur Cartwright est devenu un ami de la maison de Pony. Il prête sa carriole pour que tous rendent visite à Tom. Il propose à Candy de l’adopter. Candy se promène avec Archibald et Alistair qui lui apprennent leur prochain départ pour l’Angleterre
S01E29 La vocation de Candy 06/05/1977 Candy décline l’offre de monsieur Cartwright. Elle se sent la vocation de monitrice, mais Georges vient la chercher. Elle s'enfuit sous la pluie avec Jimmy, qui est déjà malade et dont l’état s'aggrave. Elle n’est finalement pas mûre pour être monitrice, mais veille sur Jimmy jusqu’à sa guérison, puis part avec Georges.
S01E30 La route vers l'espoir 13/05/1977 Candy fait preuve d’altruisme sur le bateau qui l’emmène en Angleterre : elle soigne une mouette puis elle soutient le capitaine qui veut dévier sa route pour sauver des naufragés alors que les passagers influents s’y opposent. Mais son entêtement et son bon cœur leur font changer d’avis, alors une fête est organisée pour le capitaine qui a risqué sa place. Sur le bastingage, elle aperçoit un jeune homme qui ressemble à Anthony.
S01E31 Un étrange jeune homme 20/05/1977 Ce jeune homme passe des larmes aux rire alors que Candy l’aborde et se moque d’elle. Archibald et Alistair viennent la chercher et veulent emmener Capucin au zoo car il ne sera pas autorisé au collège. Il se sauve et manque d’être tué par un chasseur. Elle passe à l’hôtel où elle pense rencontrer l’oncle William, mais elle retrouve ce jeune homme, Terrence, issu d’une grande famille.
S01E32 La colline retrouvée 27/05/1977 Candy fait entrer Capucin au collège Saint-Paul, mais il lui attire des ennuis. Le règlement y est très strict. Elle fait la connaissance de Patricia, mais Élisa recommence ses brimades et lui jour de nouveaux mauvais tours en utilisant Patricia qui n’ose pas s’opposer à elle. Enfin, Terrence fait scandale pendant l’office de la messe. Elle découvre une colline qui lui rappelle la sienne.
S01E33 La grand-mère de Patricia 03/06/1977 Candy est mise en quarantaine par Élisa, mais la grand-mère de Patricia s’impose et pousse sa petite-fille à se lier avec Candy, tout en voulant découvrir d’une étrange manière la vie de collégien.
S01E34 Une enveloppe retournée 10/06/1977 Un mauvais tour d’Élisa se retourne contre elle, alors qu’elle se moquait de la lettre de Candy. Aussi, elle envoie Daniel et ses acolytes se venger d’elle, mais Terrence intervient. Alistair et Archibald invitent Candy et lui apprennent qu’Archibald s’est battu avec Terrence et qu’Annie viendra au collège.
S01E35 Un merveilleux dimanche 17/06/1977 Les André ont obtenu l’autorisation de sortir ce dimanche et vont voir la tante Elroy, mais Candy n’en a pas fait la demande, aussi elle doit rester. Elle rejoint donc Terrence à la colline. Puis monsieur Brighton l’emmène voir les courses de chevaux en lui annonçant l’arrivée d’Annie.
S01E36 Le sourire d'Annie 24/06/1977 Annie arrive au collège, mais s’installe près d’Élisa et non Candy. Annie est jalouse car elle aime Archibald qui aime Candy. Candy offre un harmonica à Terrence. Archibald se rapproche d’Annie pour la consoler.
S01E37 Une rencontre imprévue 01/07/1977 Candy découvre Terrence blessé dans sa chambre. Elle décide sortir du collège pour trouver de quoi le soigner et rencontre Albert qui est venu travailler au zoo de Londres. Terrence part avant qu’elle ne rentre, et son ingratitude la choque. Elle découvre ensuite que c’est Albert qui a amené Terrence et qu’ils sont devenus amis.
S01E38 Le secret de Terry 08/07/1977 Candy découvre par hasard que Terrence est le fils d’Éléonore Baker, mais Terrence hait sa mère qui avait voulu le garder secret et veut forcer Candy au silence. Plus tard, voir Terrence à cheval lui rappelle la mort d’Anthony et elle s’évanouit ; Terrence l’amène à l’infirmerie, se demandant qui est cet Anthony qu’elle appelle dans son délire.
S01E39 La colère de la Mère Supérieure 15/07/1977 C’est bientôt le festival de mai, auquel Candy pourra participer, alors elle invite l’oncle William et Albert. Daniel fait creuser un trou pour piéger Candy, mais Terrence le corrige et Élisa tombe dans le trou. Terrence, galant, l’en sort, ce à quoi elle est sensible. La tortue de Patricia est découverte, alors Candy s’en prend à la mère supérieure. Pour la peine, elle est consignée et privée du festival.
S01E40 La chambre de méditation 22/07/1977 Candy s’échappe du cachot pour donner la tortue à Albert au zoo. Elle y rencontre Terrence, qui semble être jaloux d’Anthony et fait des remarques blessantes à son sujet, ignorant l’accident. Candy comprend qu’elle ressent quelque chose pour Terrence.
S01E41 Le festival de Mai 29/07/1977 Candy s’échappe du cachot pour profiter des déguisements que l’oncle William lui a envoyés et va danser. Elle présente Alistair à Patricia et rend involontairement Terrence jaloux d’Anthony. Élisa cherche à démasquer Candy en montrant qu’elle n’est pas au cachot, mais Terrence la tire d’affaire.
S01E42 Pique nique de minuit 12/08/1977 Archibald and Terry have a fight over Terry's contempt for the US. Sister Gray stops the fight and wants to know who started it. Seeing his opportunity to get back for the past, Neil accuses Archibald. Archibald has to spend a night in the contemplation room, while Terry keeps his freedom. Annie compiles a care package for her love and asks Candy for her expertise and assistance. Not used to night climbing trips, Annie cannot move as stealthily as Candy does, waking Eliza, who alerts a patrol to investigate. While the two girls talk about Scotland for the coming holiday, Candy takes heart that Scotland is the country of origin for the Cornwell brothers and Anthony, even though she prefers to return to the US and never come back. By the time they manage to deliver Annie's package to Archibald, Candy's absence from her room has long been detected. Candy sacrifices herself to be found out, so that Annie can escape without detection. In retribution for her night outing, Candy will have to remain at the Academy for summer together with a servant who has not seen her son for over a year. Candy begs for Terry's intervention and help. Alistear and Archibald are skeptical of Terry's honor, but as soon as Terry learns of Candy's trouble, he reveals the truth to Sister Grey. The servant gets a new position at the Duke's home, much closer to her son, and Candy gets to go on holiday if she attends summer school in Scotland.
S01E43 L'été au bord du lac 19/08/1977 Summer school is set at a lake, only an hour away from Edinburgh. Candy meets a mysterious shepherd boy Mark who claims he recognizes her from description by his brother. Candy seizes the opportunity when Mark's sheep wanders into the summer school garden to find its owner. Mark lives at the Grandchester summer house, but is not really Terry's brother. He is the servant's son and Terry took him under his wing. But Terry is moping in his room and does not want to be disturbed by anyone. Comparing the environment of the Scottish outdoors with Pony's Home, Candy ends up spending the rest of the day with Mark and his mother, even though the sheep has long wandered back to summer school. Sister Margaret is none too happy for Candy staying away for eight hours, but softens when Candy gives her a piece of Mark's self made cheese. In her room, Annie and Patricia tell her that Archibald and Alistear are staying in a nearby house that great-aunt Elroy rented and has Eliza and Neil staying with her. The boys plan to take the girls rowing the next day. Candy is barely interested and stares through Alistear's binoculars all night, spying on Terry's house and room. She discovers Eleanor Baker is visiting. As the Cornwell beaus row their girlfriends on the lake, Candy ventures back to Terry, coming across a weeping Eleanor Baker, while Terry is all laughter and cheers. Candy talks about having seen Eleanor Baker, but he tells her she imagined it. When he starts to shear the stubborn sheep though, he talks as if he wants to punish a mother who abandoned her son.
S01E44 La voix du sang 26/08/1977 During her early morning outing with Klint, Candy comes upon Terry while he rejects his mother. On her way back, she finds a scenario book of Romeo and Juliet with Eleanor Baker's initials. Candy attempts to give the book she found back to Eleanor Baker at the hotel, where Archibald and Alistear hoped to have her sign a picture for them. But Eleanor Baker supposedly has already left for the US. Candy sets out on a walk together with Annie and Patricia, but instantly leaves them when Terry calls out to her. He claims the book for himself and shows her his dramatic talent, holding her close and clasping her hands like a true actor. Candy brushes him off, afraid that before long he will make fun of her. And so he does. Despite their anxious banter, the two return to the summer castle in a friendly mood, until Terry happens to see his mother at the gate and rejects her pleas over and over. Candy shocks Terry into reminding him he should be grateful to have a mother at all, while she has neither father nor mother and never will. After she runs off in tears, a sobered-up Terry reconciles with his mother whom his father had kept away. Out of gratefulness Terry wishes to do something back for Candy. He drags her onto his horse and races with it through the forest, shocking her into being grateful that she and others live.
S01E45 Candy reprend confiance 02/09/1977 When Terry notices Candy has a minor wound on her arm because of the brutal galop, he instantly dresses it with a scarf scented with his mother's perfume. Meanwhile, the Cornwell brothers row Annie and Patricia on the lake and are shocked when they see Candy together with Terry. Eliza gets so upset it capsizes her boat. Archibald and Alistear refuse to come to either Neil or Eliza's aid, but Terry dives into the lake to rescue Eliza. And yet, when Eliza refuses Candy's assistance, Terry easily turns his back on her and returns home. At Eliza's suggestion, great-aunt Elroy agrees to hold a white dress garden party to thank Terry for his heroism. Annie and Patricia hope to convince Candy to join them, but she feigns disinterest. In reality she recognizes that great-aunt Elroy cannot ever welcome her warmly, certainly not after Anthony's death. Terry expects Candy to be one of the party, but when he learns she will not be going, he will not either and invites her to his home. The old armor room makes her jumpy and he has ample opportunity to hold her in his arms and then they sit about the fire. Terry offers his mother's dresser to keep warm during the rainstorm. Insulted that Terry never showed up, Eliza barges in and smacks Candy before storming off and insulting Annie and Patricia over it. But together and with their beaus Annie and Patricia acquired strength and confidence, and Eliza cannot hurt them.
S01E46 L'été s'en va 09/09/1977 There is only one week of holiday left, but Terry and Archibald's animosity is still alive and kicking. Both boys end up dueling in a fence fight. While Patricia and Annie beg the boys to stop, Candy tries some reverse psychology, shouting they should find an audience and invite the whole village. Though Terry corners Archibald for the kill, he declares the fight a stalemate and leaves. When Candy discovers an old airplane in Terry's hangar and Alistear finds out about it, Alistear drags Archibald over to help him fix it. Eventually, Terry and Archibald make up and Alistear manages to take off and fly the plane, until the engine malfunctions and he has to make an emergency landing. Basking in the sun at the side of the lake, Terry tells Candy his father's plane stems from the days he was in love with Terry's mother. But once Terry was born and his father recognized the responsibilities of a nobleman, he let the plane rust. Terry vows that he will always be true to himself and invites Candy to dance. They laugh, they are happy and then he stares at her intently. Terry pulls her into his arms, and kisses her. For a few moments earth stops turning for both, but then the stunned Candy slaps him in the face and rejects him for being a bad man.
S01E47 Le piège diabolique d'Elisa 16/09/1977 Candy avoids Terry at Saint Paul's Academy, but she cannot forget the kiss. Albert is in Africa, working in a hospital to treat animals. When Candy receives a letter from him where he asks her to greet Terry for him, she feels obliged to search Terry out and share the letter. He seems happy to see her, and Candy admits to herself that he tends to make her feel good. Green with envy, Eliza warns Terry about Candy's thieving ways, but Terry points out that Eliza needs to take a good look in the mirror. Eliza gets her opportunity for revenge, when she discover how Patricia and Alistear use a hollow tree to pass secret letters to each other. Eliza uses it to set up a night meeting for Candy and Terry in the stables. Just as Candy and Terry start to put two and two together, Sister Gray arrives with a patrol and Eliza and her friend Louisa as witnesses. Sister Gray decides to remove Candy from the Academy, while Terry will be confined for a week. Candy is imprisoned in a tower that she cannot escape from and weeps profusely at the injustice of the whole situation.
S01E48 Derrière les murs 23/09/1977 Terry reasons with Sister Gray about the injustice of punishing them differently, accusing her of not expelling him for his father's donations. Meanwhile, Annie and Patricia find the courage to climb down off their balcony and onto that of the Cornwell brothers to discuss the situation. Alistear has to keep Archibald from punching Terry, who shows the fake letter he received. The brothers recognize Eliza's handwriting, but Sister Gray will not accept unclear or conflicting evidence. The Cornwell brothers and their girlfriends confront Eliza alone in the park and try to make her confess, but she deflects them by pointing out that Sister Gray would deal harshly with them for ganging up on her. Terry ponders over the contrast between Candy and himself: Candy risks the rejection of her adoptive grandfather William, while Terry made his father solve everything with his money, even if he hated his father. He ignores Sister Gray's order of confinement and sits at the other side of Candy's door of imprisonment to play the harmonica for her, planning to do right by her.
S01E49 Une décision grave 30/09/1977 Terry asks his father to intercede on Candy's behalf, but his father refuses, sure that a girl who would go out at night to meet Terry, must not be a good girl. As a consequence Terry tells his father goodbye forever and breaks with him. He approaches Eliza at the recreation grounds and spits in her face. Terry pleads one more time with Sister Gray to lessen Candy's punishment, but she cannot allow for both to remain in Saint Paul's without losing their good name. So, Terry volunteers to leave the Academy in Candy's place and he will go by another name from now on. Terry leaves after saying goodbye to the Cornwell brothers, and Candy is released from the old ruined tower. When Candy thanks Sister Gray and admits she should never have been so naive to believe the letter meant to entrap her, Sister Gray realizes both Candy and Terry claimed the same story, and yet she lacks the humility to admit her error. Candy has to stay in her room, and not until later that night, when she investigates Terry's room and reads his goodbye note, does she overhear Neil telling Archibald and Alistear that Terry is on his way to the US. Candy still hopes to catch up with him in the carriage, but when she arrives at Southampton port, Terry's ship has already left. She calls out to him with all of her heart, and across the waves the noise reaches him, but he supposes he must be delusional.
S01E50 Une nouvelle aube se lève 07/10/1977 Eliza protests over Candy's release in front of everyone, and openly disagrees with Sister Grey that Terry was sent from school. Eliza's cockiness and insolence earns her a week of confinement. Meanwhile, Neil and his bullies feel sure they can bully Candy all they want since Terry cannot protect her anymore. Candy admits to herself that she is in love with Terry and recognizes Eliza acts the way she does out of jealousy. Candy misses Terry and longs to be with him, and yet wants to honor his sacrifice, be strong and become a lady of Saint Paul's. Duke Grandchester is furious that his son has left the school and threatens to withdraw his funding from the school if they cannot retrieve Terry. Candy shares Terry's letter with him, her high opinion of Terry and her understanding of Terry's feelings of loneliness and longing for his father's acceptance. She manages to appease the broken heart of Duke Grandchester: he will keep funding the Academy and send Terry's sisters to the school. Meanwhile, Louise learns that she has to leave the Academy because her father cannot pay such tutelage anymore. Through Candy's mechanisms, Eliza's punishment is lessened so that Louise can spend the last few days with her best friend. Meanwhile, Candy sets off with Klint on a whole new adventure, not wanting to grow up to be a backstabbing lady.
S01E51 Une longue marche 14/10/1977 Sister Margaret, Annie, Patricia and the Cornwell brothers raise the alarm of Candy's departure, storming into Sister Gray's office. While Candy's friends leave by car for Southampton, Eliza tries to convince Sister Gray it is the best thing for the school. But Sister Gray silences her by referring to Eliza's fake letter. Candy's friends search everywhere on the boat in Southampton, but no Candy White Ardley has boarded under that name. Mr. George makes clear that Candy has not a cent to her name to the anxious Sister Gray. Candy had gotten a ride from an old sheep farmer, Arnold, part of the way to the port. But the farmer thought she needed to go to Dover. Having no money, Candy works for her grub and bed. She is resourceful and acquires a job at a bed and breakfast that goes a long way towards building the treasure chest needed to see her way towards Southampton and the boat to the US.
S01E52 Candy part à l'aventure - Les étoiles brillent derrière l'étable 21/10/1977 Traveling and doing manual labour wherever they are willing to pay and provide her food, Candy manages to gather her treasure chest to buy herself passage onto some boat back to the US. But a man who offered her a ride to Southampton hopes to sell her to the landlady of a sailor tavern. Candy overhears the business conversation and flees with the man's cart into the forest and then to safety by hiding into the haycart of the widower Mr. Carson. Mr. Carson does not become aware of his extra load until he arrives at his farm and finds all the apples he bought for his children eaten. Meanwhile Candy discovers she lost her hard-earned money during her escape and that she traveled in the wrong direction once again. She is even farther from Southampton than she was before. Mr. Carson's children - Sam, Jeff, and Susy - sneak Candy into the barn and bring her a midnight snack, while talking about their mother and Mount Rodney. Susy falls ill with a high fever and Mr. Carson would rather murder the doctor than ask him for help: he blames him for the demise of his late spouse.
S01E53 Le mont Rodney 28/10/1977 Frightened for Susy's survival, Candy and Sam race into town to beg for the doctor's help. Too afraid for his own safety to go himself, the doctor gives Candy instructions on how to treat Susy's measles. When Susy is on the mend, Mr. Carson thinks it is solely due to Candy's hard work. He is still out on his mortal vendetta against the doctor. Both Mr. Carson's sons and Candy explain how they owe their knowledge to the doctor. The vendetta quelled, the doctor can see Susy for himself and congratulates Candy's aptitude as a nurse. The children grow fond of Candy, while she continues to care for Susy. But Mr. Carson knows Candy will leave and tells her not to delay her departure, unless she wants to hurt the children more than is necessary. Seeing the sense in that, Candy prepares to leave and accepts Mr. Carson's letter of introduction to his friend Juskin in Southampton.
S01E54 Une clandestine à bord 04/11/1977 In Southampton, Candy searches for Juskin's seafaring company. Finally, a boy named Cookie takes her to the rundown business. Candy overhears Juskin with his crew grousing about their sour economic fortunes and making crass jokes about kidnapping pretty girls and selling them for money. But the rough-sounding men have golden hearts, and explain they were only joking. After remembering Mr. Carson, Juskin and his crew promise to help Candy. They get a request to load the Atlantic liner 'Sea Gull' and will smuggle her on board. During the wait, Candy wanders around Southampton and hears a harmonica playing the same Scottish air Terry used to play. It is not Terry, but Cookie playing. He met Terry one night and led him to a hotel, where Terry bought him a meal, offered him a bed, and joked that Cookie and Candy would make quite the pair. Because Cookie was interested, Terry bought a harmonice for Cookie. By the end of his story, Cookie realizes who Candy must be. Growing more conscious, Juskin hopes to dissuade Candy from this life-threatening attempt to cross the Atlantic trapped in the cargo, without water and food. But Candy refuses to change her mind, and the next day as they load their "fragile" cargo onto the Sea Gull's deck they wish her all the luck that Candy may need for the voyage.
S01E55 Les 2 passagés clandestins 11/11/1977 Candy is not the sole stowaway. Cookie is the other, trying for the tenth time already. How he came to be captured so often is proven by his carelessness with his things that he leaves lying about in the cargo. Captain Nieven orders a search, just when Cookie ventures out for food. While Candy remains safely downstairs, undetected, Candy overhears how the sailors throw Cookie overboard to teach him a lesson. Her conscience gets the better of her and she rushes to Cookie's rescue. But her decisive manner of giving orders and chastising the men for their dangerous prank makes them believe she must be the Captain's daughter. While she nurtures Cookie back to consciousness and warmth, Captain Nieven visits the two fifteen-year-olds, not at all amused. He inquires with Candy about her story. When she volunteers no info, the Captain declares a boat of the same company passing them on its way to the UK will pick them up and repatriate them, in spite of Candy and Cookie's protests for clemency.
S01E56 La tempête 18/11/1977 Captain Nieven cannot be convinced to at least allow Candy to continue the journey. To cross to the other ship, Candy and Cookie board the lifeboat and are rowed towards the other. But when Captain Nieven receives a telegram about a storm warning, he halts the mission. Everybody is in a frenzy to secure the crates, but one of the moorings snaps and several crates fall on top of Cookie who breaks his leg. While Candy tends to Cookie's broken leg, the crew dredges the water that seeped in via a breach in the cargo hold. Cookie fears he will be a cripple for the rest of his life, escapes his cabin and wants to throw himself overboard: he believes he can never become the sailor he always wanted to be and has no reason to live any more. Candy holds on to Cookie for dear life, almost being dragged overboard herself, until Captain Nieven pulls them back aboard, preaching Cookie about true sailors. Candy realizes that unlike Terry and Cookie who have a passion for a profession, she simply plods on her road of life to show everyone how strong she is. Then Viva runs into her cabin to alert her of their upcoming arrival in the US.
S01E57 C'est la terre promise 25/11/1977 Not seeing him for more than six months at times, Captain Nieven's daughter Sandra is eager for his attention and started to hang out with a gang in his absence. Thanks to Candy's care, Cookie's double fracture can be fully healed in two months. Envious of the two stowaways who get to spend time with her father, Sandra threatens to alert customs, and sends her hoodlum friends on Candy. In exchange for keeping Sandra's business with the gang secret, Sandra backs off. But when Captain Nieven gets called away on business, Sandra lets her friends into the apartment to drag Candy before their leader Charlie in a dance club. Charlie and Terry were childhood friends, and when they met recently, Terry gave Charlie his Academy suit, which Candy recognized. Captain Nieven followed Sandra to the dance club, fights one of the hoodlums and forbids his daughter to socialize with those criminals. When a gang member hopes to knife the captain, Sandra jumps to the rescue, and father and daughter make peace. Through the help of the captain, the crew and Sandra, Candy boards the train that will take her inland near Lake Michigan. Stepping off the train, out in the snow, Candy shouts after a passing carriage for a lift, but the driver never heard her. Unbeknownst to Candy, Terry is on that carriage, deep in thought, looking in her direction but never hearing or even seeing her.
S01E58 Vers la maison de Pony 02/12/1977 Candy covers the remaining distance on foot in spite of the blizzard that forces her to hide from the weather in the post office. When the snowdrifts clear, Candy continues and encounters Jimmy on a horse. He informs her that a rude young man traveled to Pony's Home. Realizing that Terry must be in Pony's Home, Candy rushes home, only to find the still-warm teacup he drank from. She learns he ventured out towards Pony Hill. Candy races onto the hill in a mad dash, but the bird has flown. She has to accept they have their own paths to follow now. Maybe someday their lives will cross again. Sister Mary is anxious about her unexpected appearance. The next morning, Candy chases after Jimmy for pelting her with a snowball and is led right into a chorus of orphans welcoming her back home.
S01E59 Dans la maison de Pony 09/12/1977 Miss Pony charges Candy to supervise the other orphans, when she and Sister Mary have to attend a meeting, and while trying her best to command respect as a "teacher", she notices a new girl, Daisy, who does not come outside to play. Candy coaxes Daisy outside and coaches her into ascending the tree. Having accomplished the climb, Daisy shouts to her heart's content, but then faints. Meanwhile the frenzied mailman, passing by to deliver a letter from Annie, orders Candy to bring down Daisy immediately. Daisy has hemophilia and could bleed to death even with a minor wound. The next morning, the eager Daisy slips outside and ascends the tree by herself, but takes some damage. Though Daisy has lost quite a lot of blood, the doctor manages to prevent further blood loss. Feeling involved, the other orphans pray for her speedy recovery, and include her more in their adapted games afterwards. In her letter, Annie details how Saint Paul's Academy has become a dull place since Candy's departure and that the Cornwell brothers and herself feel lost and forlorn without her.
S01E60 Le vent de la vie 16/12/1977 A weakened Mr. Cartwright is overjoyed to see Candy and has an important request for her - he wants her help to convince Jimmy to become his adoptive heir. Jimmy thinks very well of Mr. Cartwright but prefers to always stay alongside Candy and take care of Pony's Home. The boy is willing to reject his future to spend time with her. Candy requires Tom's aid and counsel for this. Tom has grown into a young man and talks about how happy he is that Mr. Steave adopted him and taught him to be rancher. Meanwhile, Mr. Cartwright has fallen severely ill with the flue and is taken care by Candy. When Jimmy witnesses how weak Mr. Cartwright is, Jimmy realizes how much he loves the old man and agrees to be adopted. Albert, Tom, Terry and now Jimmy have chosen their destiny, and yet Candy is still looking.
S01E61 L'heure de vérité 23/12/1977
S01E62 Le grand départ 30/12/1977
S01E63 Une bien étrange vieille dame 06/01/1978
S01E64 Tête de linotte 13/01/1978
S01E65 Avec le sourire 20/01/1978
S01E66 L'oncle William 27/01/1978
S01E67 Partir à la recherche de Nina 03/02/1978
S01E68 A la recherche de Nina 10/02/1978
S01E69 Souvenir d'une rose 17/02/1978
S01E70 Une étrange fiancée 24/02/1978
S01E71 Un fier matelot 03/03/1978
S01E72 Catherine 10/03/1978
S01E73 Une soudaine révélation 17/03/1978
S01E74 Un nouveau départ 24/03/1978
S01E75 La demeure de l'oncle William 31/03/1978
S01E76 Un curieux refuge 07/04/1978
S01E77 Une rencontre imprévue 14/04/1978
S01E78 La mélodie de Terry 28/04/1978
S01E79 Le triomphe de Terry 05/05/1978
S01E80 Une brève rencontre 12/05/1978
S01E81 Un mistérieux blessé 19/05/1978
S01E82 Le language des fleurs 26/05/1978
S01E83 Terry le fantôme 02/06/1978
S01E84 Le dévouement des femmes en blanc 16/06/1978
S01E85 Flany et les blessés 30/06/1978
S01E86 Albert soupçonné d'espionnage 07/07/1978
S01E87 L'heure de vérité 14/07/1978
S01E88 Le baptême de l'air 21/07/1978
S01E89 Albert a disparu 28/07/1978
S01E90 Garder le sourire 11/08/1978
S01E91 Un véritable cas de conscience 18/08/1978
S01E92 Un traitement de choc 25/08/1978
S01E93 Rendez-vous à Pitburg 01/09/1978
S01E94 Le départ pour Broadway 08/09/1978
S01E95 Le drame va se jouer 15/09/1978
S01E96 Un aller simple pour New York 22/09/1978
S01E97 Les retrouvailles 29/09/1978
S01E98 La grande première 06/10/1978
S01E99 Au bord d'une douloureuse séparation 13/10/1978
S01E100 D'autres épreuves 20/10/1978 While Candy kept strong all the way to the train station, Candy's emotions soon unravel into despair over losing her dream about Terry once aboard the train. She seeks a lonely spot in the aisle and opens the train's backdoor in the direction of New York, exposing herself to the snowstorm. Before long, with the onset of a fever Candy passes out. When Candy wakes next, she has recovered from her near pneumonia under the care in the Ardley mansion. But something is not right and when Candy presses the others while Patricia cries in her lap, Candy learns that Alistear has enlisted and is already in France. That was why Alistear was at the station acting so awkward; why he made her the music box and sounded so final in his farewell. As if that were not enough, great-aunt Elroy blames Candy for all the misfortune that has befallen the Ardleys: the death of Anthony, the disappearance of grandfather William and now Alistear having gone to France. She forbids Candy to ever use the Ardley name in Chicago and exiles her. Archibald, Annie and Patricia help Candy back to her apartment where Albert takes over from them when she faints in his arms. While Candy has kept her silence over her break-up with Terry to the others, she confides the whole story to Albert who tells her that he would have done the same and that Terry loved Candy for who she was. When Candy finally dozes off, Albert goes grocery shopping but ends up in a hit-and-run accident.
S01E101 Le réveil 27/10/1978 A hysterical neighbor wakes Candy to tell her what has become of Albert. Candy rushes over to Happy Clinic, a substandard medical facility, and the carefree but knowledgeable Dr. Martin, who does not seem to consider Albert's injuries very serious. Asleep, Albert recalls the details of the train accident that took his memory. Albert recognizes Candy right away when he wakes and Candy can take Albert back home. Candy drowns her heartbreak in a heavy workload, and even a stern taskmaster like Dr. Leonard wonders what has come over Candy. Archibald, Annie and Patricia pay Candy a lunchtime visit with news from Alistear on the boat to France where he will join the aerial force. When Archibald reads the part of the letter where Alistear enquires after Candy's visit with Terry and Annie starts to reads the newspaper that hails Terry as a new star, Candy's armor cracks and she confesses to them that Terry and her are over and that she wants to forget about him. So, when Dr. Leonard proposes Candy to join the mobile hospital that travels with the workers laying the railroad, she volunteers, because she knows there will ne no one there who can remind her of Terry. But Albert advises her not to go if all she wants to do is flee from the reminders, unless she goes as a nurse to help the sick.
S01E102 Une croix sur la colline 03/11/1978 En route to the Graytown construction site, the train is forced to halt because of Tom's cows passing across the tracks; When Candy recognizes him and reveals her destination, Tom advises her not to go to Graytown. He claims it are difficult conditions, not to mention full of criminals. He also tells her that Mrs. Pony is gravely ill. He helps Candy to a horse so she can ride to Pony's Home. As Candy crests Pony Hill, she comes across a cross claiming it as Mrs. Pony's resting place. But when Sister Mary finds Candy in tears she explains that a new boy Bob makes crosses of the people who are angry with him. Mrs. Pony is in perfect health, and Tom lied to divert her from Graytown and make her visit Pony's Home. Mrs. Pony and Sister Mary explain they let Bob make the crosses with names on it, because he takes pride in carpentering like his drunken father and is learning how to write. Candy orders Bob to make her signboard for the Graytown clinic. When Mrs. Pony and Sister Mary learn where Candy is going though, they hope to dissuade her from going as well. Graytown promises to be no picnic.
S01E103 Voyage dangereux 10/11/1978 When the orphans and Tom still hope to prevent Candy from going to Graytown, Mrs. Pony explains that Graytown still needs nurses, perhaps even more so in those poor conditions. Candy sets off towards Graytown and discovers Klint as a stowaway. After having been separated from him ever since she started nursing school, she will be reunited with him again. As the journey progresses, the numbers of travelers becomes less and less, until there is only one wagon left, with just Candy and a masked wanted criminal. The stationmaster does not care about Arthur's past who wishes to join the workforce and there is no sheriff. The stationmaster urges Candy to take the train back to Chicago, while he starts the mine train towards the construction site. Candy decides to jump in anyhow and discovers that the criminal is not that bad of a person, when he protects her from an avalanche of stones. When they need to hide from a stone avalanche caused by an active blasting, they meet the foreman Nelson who cares more for the equipment than his workers. A worker has been injured, but the doctor at Graytown has fled a month ago. The foreman requires Candy to operate, which is a step too high for a nurse. To her surprise, the supposed criminal introduces himself as Dr. Kerry to the foreman who can perform the operation with Candy as his assistant. More, Dr. Kerry is a woman, but dressed as man.
S01E104 L'enfer des anges 17/11/1978 Even after a successful surgery, Candy finds that the men automatically assume that accidents are fatal and that a doctor is fed better than a nurse; She also discovers that Dr. Kerry is the sister of the wanted Arthur Kerry Candy took her for on the train. Arthur got into trouble after challenging a thieving administrator in a pet shop where he worked who fired him. While defending himself against an assault, the administrator was accidentally killed. And now Dr. Kerry is in search of her brother who as a fugitive most likely can be found at desperate places such as Graytown. Candy and Dr. Kerry learn that Arthur Kerry is in Chicago through Albert's doctor, Dr. Martin who used to work together with Dr. Kerry, Archibald and Annie who put two and two together after a letter from Candy with her first adventures at Graytown. Dr. Kerry takes a week of absence to find Arthur in Chicago. But now Candy is all alone and Nelson wants her gone. His men run for the clinic all the time with their little ailments, and the work progresses less rapidly. When Candy refuses to go, he holds her prison in a tunnel.
S01E105 Le fugitif 24/11/1978 Klint helps to free Candy from her bondage and help her escape the tunnel. When Nelsonn sends his dog McKinley on Candy, a masked man intercedes o her behalf, asking for work. Because Candy wants to treat a wound of his and Klint plays with his false beard, Candy recognizes him as Arthur. She promises him that his secret is safe with her and informs him that his sister will be back from Chicago soon and sends a letter to Archibald to explain Arthur is in Graytown. Meanwhile, Eliza who went snooping in Archibald's desk found Candy's closed letter as well as copies of Archibald's letters to Candy concerning Arthur. Seeing a possibility to turn Candy into a criminal for helping a fugitive murderer, she goes to the police with the information she has. When McKinley falls ill, Nelson needs Candy's help. She knows that Arthur studied as veterinarian and he manages cure the dog. Nelson rewards them with a hearty breakfast. On the train back to Graytown Dr. Kerry overhears the sheriff talking and fears they are after Arthur. To stay ahead of the sheriff, Dr. Kerry travels the mountain track to Graytown on foot in a downpour at the risk of her own life, while the sheriff is held up at the station, because the conductor finds the weather too dangerous to travel any further by train.
S01E106 Une situation dramatique 01/12/1978 McKinley finds Dr. Kerry who fell into the ravine and leads Arthur and Candy who went looking for him to the wounded doctor. Nelson and the workers help carry Dr. Kerry to the clinic. But when Candy has to undress the doctor, she has to reveal Dr. Kerry's gender to them. When Dr. Kerry gains consciousness and sees Arthur she warns him of the sheriff and marshall coming to capture him. But Arthur has nowhere to run anymore. The construction site and tunnel lead to a dead end. Unfortunately, Nelson overhears the conversation and takes Arthur prison. But the workers and Nelson who are grateful of Dr. Kerry wish to help Arthur escape. There is only one way to do that: finish the tunnel at record time. With a man-made avalanche they manage to stall the sheriff and marshall. Arthur and his sister escape, but the sheriff and the marshall have not come to Graytown for nothing. They apprehend the cook Margot who killed a drunk while trying to protect her daughter Belle for involuntarily manslaughter.
S01E107 On demande une cuisinière 08/12/1978 Graytown is left without a cook. Candy does her best to do both Margot's job and her own, but even with Belle helping out, Candy realizes Nelson will take Belle into the city to find her a foster family and get a replacement cook, because Belle cannot stay in Graytown without a guardian. Meanwhile back in Chicago, Eliza's plot backfires: Arthur was not found, Candy is still free, somebody else was arrested, and Archibald catches her in his room with his mail. Nelson gives Candy the responsibility to find a foster family for Belle in Chicago, and because Candy cannot find it in her heart to tell Belle the truth, Belle thinks she is going to see her mother again. But Archibald and Annie arrive from Chicago volunteering to work as cooks until Margot can come back after her trial, and Candy persuades Belle to return to the construction camp. The workers never had such a fancy dinner, but Belle is not as easily appeased as she sneaks away.
S01E108 Le retour de Margaux 15/12/1978 Belle takes off with the small cargo train in order to catch the train to Chicago by herself. Hearing the steam whistle that Belle loves to sound, the workers, Annie, Archibald and Candy run outside and run after it. Candy is just in time to jump in the last wagon and climbs to the front from one to the other. But as the train gains speed and hits a curve, Candy is almost thrown off and can barely hold on. In order to save Candy's life, Belle decides to stop the train after all. When Eliza discovers the whereabouts of Annie and Archibald she uses her ties in Candy's hospital. Annie and Archibald are ordered back to Chicago, while Candy will be transferred to Alaska. Just as the three of them leave, Margot returns, exhausted but exonerated, allowing Belle to stay in Graytown. Candy returns to the construction site with the weakened Margot to take care of her as nurse. But Archibald and Annie continue to Chicago in order to use their own ties to protect Candy's work. As an unexpected bonus, Candy is asked to do the honors of blasting out the final wall before being thrown a farewell party where she is given amended transfer orders complete with a week's vacation.
S01E109 Un vrai cow-boy ne pleure pas 22/12/1978 Candy visits Pony's Home during her holidays. When Mr. Cartwright visits the orphanage, he needs Candy's help: ever since a few soldiers visited the region and told tales about their trench war experiences, all Jimmy thinks about these days is wanting to be a soldier. He plays trench war games all day with the other orphans and leaves most of his farm chores undone. Jimmy demonstrates his rifle to the children and shoots it, causing an angry stampede with the passing cattle. Jimmy and the children can take cover, but Mrs. Pony and Mr. Cartwright run into the thicket of the stampede looking for the children. Mr. Cartwright is very lucky to survive, but this is not clear before Jimmy thinks he killed his father and rides of in tears on his horse. When Jimmy is relieved to see his father alive and realizes he caused the stamped, he decides to retrieve his honor by trying to catch one of the cows, risking his own life in doing something he is not strong enough yet to accomplish by himself. Candy helps him. Still, Jimmy talks of being a soldier, how honorful it is, how heroic. When he even rejects her own experiences of the people she knows who survived the front or are still in it, Candy gets truly angry and takes him to a ravine where many of the stampeding cows ended up falling to their death. Jimmy is shocked to see the carnage. Candy lands the bloody lesson home.
S01E110 Un amoureux intempestif... 29/12/1978 Neil drives recklessly through town and wrecks his car. As always a good Samaritan, Candy bandages his scraped hand with her handkerchief. It is the second time that Candy has come to Neil's aid, and he believes himself to be falling in love with her. The next day, Neil tries to court Candy on the job by ordering her to go out with him. When this has no success he asks for advice from one of the maidservants who tells him that softness and kindness can go a long way. So, at Neil's next attempt he waits for Candy to finish her work, give her flowers and then reason she cannot refuse to go out with him, once she accepted the flowers. Candy solves the situation, by giving the flowers back to him. But Eliza witnessed the awkward exchange and is frightened to lose her partner-in-crime. First, she hopes to make Neil interested in a friend of hers, but when that does not work and she discovers Candy's handkerchief at Neil's bedside, she involves her mother and plants the idea that Neil might decide to marry Candy. Mrs. Leagan visits Dr. Leonard and threatens to withdraw the Leagan funds of the hospital if he does not fire Candy on the spot and make sure she leaves Chicago. Sadly enough, Dr. Leonard cannot afford to anger the Leagans and fires Candy.
S01E111 Un piège 05/01/1979 As the shock begins to subside, Dr. Leonard gets right to the heart of the matter for the reason of Candy's loss of her work: Candy's dysfunctional relationship with the Leagan family. Meanwhile, Albert collapses at work and when he wakes again finds he has recovered all of his lost memories. The first memories that come to mind are those of sweet Candy, and how they share the same apartment. Though first annoyed at having to drive Eliza's friend around, Neil looks upon it as an opportunity to make Candy jealous when he sees her walking in town. But she thinks he knows of what his mother has done, and in her anger makes a dent into his car. And when Eliza tells him of her and his mother's success over Candy, he finally sees them for what they are. Dr. Martin and Albert come across Candy pondering in the park at the same time a lion has escaped the zoo and is prowling them. Albert saves the day and the lion by using his talent to make animals trust him and gets hired by the zoo over it. He takes her on a picnic and has her promise that they are friends, living together, and that she should share her troubles with him, but he fails to mention he knows his past again. Another plus is that Dr. Martin hires Candy as his nurse, though he pays for it by not having his whiskey at easy reach anymore. Neil seeks Candy out and tells her he has a job, while she is being totally honest when she says she hates him. Upset, he throws a magazine at her which tells of Terry's downfall as a star: Terry has abandoned his acting career. When next she leaves from work, a chauffeur comes to pick her up to give her a lift to a gentleman who wants to see her; that gentleman is Terry ...
S01E112 Les amours d'antan 12/01/1979 But it was a trap by Neil to lure Candy to an isolated, lakeside villa in an attempt to "win" her love. Candy repulses Neil's overtures, bellowing out her anger at his childhood persecution of her. Neil locks the villa doors and plans to hold her there until she tells him she loves him. But Candy plunges into the lake and swims away. On the way home, Albert who went looking for her in his new car meets her on the road. His gift, a new dress, is of much use now that she is wet through and through. When Albert lies about not knowing Neil, he realizes that their living arrangement is most awkward and cannot last after he declares himself healed. He just wants to enjoy her company for a little while longer. At Dr. Martin's an elderly couple who come to the Happy Clinic for a check up tell Candy not to trust Albert. He does not work, but sits in a bar all day where he meets with men in suits. Candy cannot believe it, but the Animal Institute tells her they do not know any Albert. She dreads Albert may be associating with dangerous men to buy her gifts. Meanwhile, Albert finds Terry at the bar, drowning his sorrows in alcohol. When Albert accosts him, Terry picks a fight with Albert, which Albert wins easily. To teach Terry a lesson in optimism, he takes Terry to a view on the Happy Clinic, where Terry witnesses how Candy stays positive, no matter if any other hospital will not hire her. Terry fantasises that when he last held Candy, he asked her to marry him, and that they were solely separated, because she needed to think about it. But when he is in Susanna's hospital room of his memory he tells Susanna that they will marry. Terry realizes that he only needed to see Candy one more time - happy, being herself - for him to continue the path he chose. So, when Albert asks him whether Terry wants to meet Candy, Terry says no, and thus Candy never knows that Terry watched her work in Chicago after they broke up.
S01E113 La vie est une ronde éternelle 19/01/1979 While Candy is still asleep, Albert steals away early in the morning, leaving behind a letter expressing his gratitude for everything she has done for him. Dr. Martin reveals Albert visited him early to say goodbye and left in a car with men in suits. Candy searches fruitlessly for Albert. Meanwhile Neil stands up to his scheming mother and Eliza and insists he loves Candy with all his heart and that the two of them will run away to be together. When Candy sees a church that reminds her of Pony's Home she enters to pray for Albert and discovers Patricia praying for Alistear in France. Patricia shares a letter from him with Candy, in which he describes the loss of his best friend at the front and his newfound enlightenment that war is a cruel thing. Candy remembers the music box Alistear made for her the last day she saw him and left for New York. To soothe Patricia's heart Candy gives it to Patricia. And unbeknownst to them, while Patricia lets it play over and over, Alistear is involved in an aerial dogfight with the Germans. He has the upper hand, but when he thinks he recognizes his dead friend in the German he attempts to kill, Alistear stops firing and is shot himself. The moment that Alistear dies in his plane, the music box in Patricia's hands stops playing too, and they fear the worst. The Ardley family buries Alistear and is stricken by his loss. And while Candy remembers Alistear how she knew him in the past, from her first meeting him to saying goodbye, she hears the music box play again. Patricia had it fixed and takes it with her on the train to Florida. Together with her grandmother she will rejoin her parents there.
S01E114 L'oncle William 26/01/1979 Sitting alone in her now-empty apartment, Candy grapples for some kind of satisfactory perspective she imagines Albert would present if he were there to internalize the death of Alistear. She comes upon an advertisement in the newspaper about how the elusive Grandfather William is interested in coming above-ground, when Neil bursts in and tells her he wants to marry her. She begs him to leave her alone, but to no avail. Even when she reminds him that she cannot think well of him because of the lifelong pestering, he insists that one day Candy will change her mind. Mrs. Leagan refuses to consent to the idea of Neil marrying Candy, but Eliza realizes that the marriage would regain her power over her brother as well as make Candy unhappy. She appeals to her mother to make it a direct order from grandfather William when he presents himself to the family and world. After persuading her mother, they persuade great-aunt Elroy by stressing that Neil threatens to enlist for the war like Alistear if he cannot marry Candy and that it would be better for their families to have an Ardley in name married to a Leagan. A carriage comes to fetch Candy with the message that Grandfather William wishes to see her. But as soon as she arrives at the Ardley mansion, Neil is there to catch her and be photographed. The Leagans and great-aunt Elroy inform her that she is to marry Neil by Grandfather William's injunction and is to be promised immediately. Luckily, the maids inform her that Grandfather William is not present and give in to her plea to let her investigate. Candy goes to the Chicago bank which is owned by Grandfather William. But he is not there either, only George. He takes her to Lakewood and finally presented to her mysterious benefactor. When she is too apprehensive to talk, Grandfather William turns his chair to take a good look at her.
S01E115 Le retour aux sources 02/02/1979 Candy découvre que l’oncle William est son ami Albert, qui l’a toujours accompagné. Ses parents étant morts tôt, il n’a pu prendre la famille en charge, aussi la tante Elroy a assuré l’intérim, alors que lui s’adonnait aux joies de la nature et de la vie sauvage. Elle repart à la maison de Pony avec tous ses amis pour une fête et elle voit sur sa colline un Albert en tenue écossaise qui lui rappelle de merveilleux souvenirs…
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