Hamish Macbeth (1995–1997)
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Destiny: Part 2 

Not Rated | | Comedy, Crime, Drama | Episode aired 4 May 1997
Kenneth and Ava run away with the Stone of Destiny, Hamish and Isobel's relationship progresses, and John disappears.

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Nicholas Renton

Writers:

M.C. Beaton (characters), Daniel Boyle (as Daniel Boyle)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Duncan Duff ... Doc Brown
Robert Carlyle ... Hamish Macbeth
Stuart McGugan ... Barney Meldon
Barbara Rafferty Barbara Rafferty ... Agnes Meldon
Shirley Henderson ... Isobel Sutherland
Caroline Loncq ... Ava Grimm
Ralph Riach Ralph Riach ... TV John / Euan McIver
Sean Scanlan Sean Scanlan ... Kenneth McIver
Billy Riddoch Billy Riddoch ... Lachlan McCrae
Brian Pettifer ... Rory Campbell
David Ashton David Ashton ... Maj. Roddy Maclean
Kenny Ireland Kenny Ireland ... Torquil McFarquar
Stuart Davids Stuart Davids ... Lachie McCrae Jnr
John Grieve John Grieve ... Herman
Brendan Conroy Brendan Conroy ... Cruiser Captain
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Kenneth and Ava run away with the Stone of Destiny, Hamish and Isobel's relationship progresses, and John disappears.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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4 May 1997 (UK) See more »

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Love-Hate Thing Going On
4 May 2018 | by GunnersMateSee all my reviews

Really wanted to love the final episode of this quirky and endearing series. In some ways it really delivered: the odd and always lovingly and strongly-bound cast of villagers were well represented and in true form, there was a bit of Highland mysticism, some solid advancement and promise of what is yet to come on the romance front, and emotional tug on both the happy and sad sides of the scale. Then there were the problems...the laws of biology, mechanics, and simple chemistry (e.g. how does fire work...) were ignored to ludicrous levels and since they affected major plot points, the problems were distracting to the point of disintegration of what was built up by the lovely character interactions. Another distraction were the poor performances of the episode guest stars. Add to that the lack of logic driving simple character actions and parts of the episode were just painful to watch. The saving grace was Hamish himself and finally getting a real sense of future direction for Hamish and Isobel. Robert Carlyle was wonderful to watch - no, to experience. Truly the saving grace.


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