Anne (2017– )
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Memory Has as Many Moods as the Temper 

Cole accompanies the girls to Aunt Josephine's for a lavish party filled with surprises. Back at home, Marilla's health takes a worrisome turn.

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Anne Wheeler

Writers:

Moira Walley-Beckett (created by), Lucy Maud Montgomery (based on "Anne of Green Gables") | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Amybeth McNulty ... Anne Shirley-Cuthbert
Geraldine James ... Marilla Cuthbert
R.H. Thomson ... Matthew Cuthbert
Dalila Bela ... Diana Barry
Lucas Jade Zumann ... Gilbert Blythe
Cory Gruter-Andrew ... Cole Mackenzie (as Cory Grüter-Andrew)
Deborah Grover ... Josephine Barry
Joanne Boland ... Woman in Blue Top Hat
Cassidy Fox ... Young Marilla
Gabriel Grennan Gabriel Grennan ... Young Matthew
Stephen Tracey ... Mr. Phillips
Kent Staines ... Rollings
Nathalie Toriel Nathalie Toriel ... Cecile Chaminade
J. Sean Elliott ... Male Artist
Geoff Stevens ... Man in Drag
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Cole accompanies the girls to Aunt Josephine's for a lavish party filled with surprises. Back at home, Marilla's health takes a worrisome turn.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 July 2018 (Canada) See more »

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The episode title is a quote from George Eliot's novel 'Middlemarch' - "The memory has as many moods as the temper, and shifts its scenery like a diorama." See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
Cole Mackenzie: Are you going to be a writer?
Anne Shirley: Maybe. Maybe I'll be a lot of things.
[holding up her new pen]
Anne Shirley: I now dub thee the Pen of Possibility.
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Settle down, people...
28 August 2018 | by Lolo1976See all my reviews

Sad that we still have people today who can't handle even the insinuation of homosexuality... aren't we past this archaic thinking by now? And the show is "inspired" by the books, not a word-for-word copy. Did you all complain about every other plot point that wasn't in Montgomery's novels? There have been many!

This was a beautifully-done episode, especially with those elaborate set designs, and actually seems accurate to the time. Despite what one reviewer here believes, nobody was ever executed for being gay in Canada, and any related laws only applied to men (and were rarely enforced). Finally, representation does not equal an agenda; that is just a reflection of one's own views and prejudices. I enjoyed this episode very much, partly because I viewed it with an open mind, and didn't worry myself over how it related to the books. It's called artistic license.


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