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This guide will give you, for each episode, an overview of the director, writer and a synopsis. If available, you'll find production details and/or trivia. In a few cases, personal photos from the episode's set are included.

Trivia
The trivia is based on my own research and on anecdotes by cast and crew.

Backstage & personal photos
Backstage photos and personal photos linked to in the trivia boxes are mostly from the personal collections of Olivia Wenholz and Rosemary Smith and are used with permission. For a full list of credits, see below.

Other information
All other information was compiled using the publicity kit and newspaper TV listings of the time from all three countries. In the case of the UK and The Netherlands, only the broadcast dates of the first run are noted. For more detailed broadcast information, airdates for repeats or airdates for other countries, including a rather comprehensive listing of all eight runs of the series in Germany, please visit the Broadcast History page.


Credits
Credits for the photos used on this page are as follows:

[3] From Olivia's personal collection
[4] From my own personal collection
[8] From Rosemary's personal collection

All images used with permission. Please do not copy these images without asking first.


01 The Siege of Bartons' Bathroom

Director

Richard Sarell

Writer

Jocelyn Moorhouse

Airdate Australia

Monday,
29 February 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
3 April 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Monday,
28 January 1991

Elly Barton (Olivia Harkin)
Elly Barton's backyard has something no other backyard or public park in the neighbourhood has: a tree. Elly loves that tree; it's her favourite place to seek peace and quiet from her three brothers, her parents and life in general. And it gives her a great view of her neighbourhood and the backyard of her neighbour, the mysterious Mr Jensen. And Mr Jensen doesn't like that at all.

But Mr Jensen has a plan. He convinced Elly's dad Robert that the tree is a risk and needs to be cut down. Elly's brothers are excited: a real chainsaw in action in their own backyard!

But Elly won't have any of it, and she has a plan too. She lays siege to her family's only bathroom and won't come out until her tree is safe.

Production notes
- Although the first episode to be broadcast, this was not the first one to be filmed (
Half-time was)

- In reality, the Bartons' house is located at 5 Copnal Court, Glen Waverley. Mr. Jensen's house really is next door, at No. 6.

- There was no tree in the backyard of the house at 5 Copnal Court. All the scenes involving the tree were filmed by and in a tree at a different location. Some scenes included a fake tree and a fake perch. When both the house and the tree needed to be in a single shot, like in the opening shot of this episode, the tree was added in post production.

- Interior scenes were not filmed in the house; they were filmed in ABC's
Ripponlea studios in Elsternwick, Victoria. Kudos to the studio designers (Frank Earley and Mem Alexander) for making it seem they weren't. If you compare the set photos to photos of the interior of the real house at 5 Copnal Court, you'll notice some similarities (loads external site).

Trivia
- The title of this episode is sometimes misprinted as "The Siege of
the Bartons' Bathroom", but according to the title card of the episode and the official documentation for the series, there's no "the" in front of "Bartons'".

- This episode is basically a remake of Jocelyn Moorhouse' 1986 short film of the same name. Now, of course, starring the new cast for the series.

02 The Barton League of Bird Lovers

Director

Peter R. Dodds

Writer

Jocelyn Moorhouse

Airdate Australia

Tuesday,
1 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
10 April 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Tuesday,
29 January 1991

Elly Barton (Olivia Harkin)
Elly's tree is one of the few places in Banksiawood where birds live. Unfortunately, Barley Sugar, the neighbours' cat, kills a bird right under Elly's eyes. That's it! Birds need protecting, and Elly steps up. The Barton League of Bird Lovers is born and Elly is president. And Anita is vice president. And Paul can be… eh… treasurer.

But not everyone agrees with the course of the new League and soon a rival club is started.

This means war!

Trivia
- This episode introduces Anita and her sister Yvonne McPherson. Vince Capaletti, Skinner and his sister Susan "Lonely Girl" Davies also appear for the first time. Anita's mom is also briefly seen.

- Barley Sugar, the cat, is owned by the Stoomph family, who lives in the next block of houses behind Elly's. What's that? You've never heard of them? Well, they're something that
could have been.

- The first hint of Vince and Susan's attraction to each other is given during the photo shoot at the bird feeder. This is the set up for the next episode's subplot.

03 Half-time

Director

Richard Sarell

Writer

P.J. Hogan

Airdate Australia

Wednesday,
2 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
17 April 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Wednesday,
30 January 1991

Paul Barton (Matt Day)
Paul Barton plays football. Well, "plays" is the wrong word to be honest, as Paul has been reserve for the entire season. Paul doesn't mind, in fact he likes it better this way. But his father would like to see him play at least today's game, as it's the finals! When team captain Vince is downed, Paul has to muster up all his courage and go on the field.

Elly and Anita meanwhile, are a two-girl cheering squad for Paul's team. Elly is primarily there to cheer on her favourite brother of course, but Anita has her own agenda. She's planning on winning over Vince's heart and eventually marry him. But unfortunately for Anita, Vince has other plans.

Production notes
- This episode was filmed at the
Cheltenham oval in Melbourne, home of the Melbourne AFL club Cheltenham FNC. The oval was renamed to the Jack Barker Oval in 2008.

Trivia
- This is one of only two episodes that doesn't focus on Elly, although she still has a sizable subplot in this episode. The other episode is
Suspected (episode 11).

- In
the book, Anita falls in love with Paul after she sees him leave the field in tears. Although that particular scene is not in the episode, Anita is in love with Paul for the rest of the series.

- That missing scene should play just after Elly tries to talk sense into Anita by (teasingly) predicting that Vince and Susan will get married and "
they'll have children, and not call any of them 'Anita'!".

- That scene might be my favourite from the entire series; the chemistry and timing between Olivia and Rose is brilliant.

- Additional scenes and reshoots for certain scenes where necessary and filmed at the end of the taping schedule. This brought along a problem: the kids had grown since the taping of the episode. This meant the football and cheerleading uniforms barely fit when it was time to do the reshoots.

LTR: Olivia Harkin (Elly Barton), Jennifer Jarman-Walker (Clare Barton) and Rosemary Smith (Anita McPherson)

Olivia, Jennifer and Rosemary, at the Cheltenham Oval. On the set of Half-time
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04 Mr Snoller's Black Bag

Director

Mandy Smith

Writer

Noel Robinson

Airdate Australia

Thursday,
3 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
24 April 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Thursday,
31 January 1991

Mister Snoller (Alan Lovett)
The Snollers are a mysterious family that live in the oldest house in Banksiawood. Elly is convinced the Snollers want to blow up Banksiawood with homemade bombs! So she decides to investigate. Anita has to come too, even if she really doesn't want to.


Elly tails Mr Snoller on one of his suspicious trips to… where exactly? And what's in that black bag of his? And what is Miss India, the mysterious lady living in the house with him, up to?

Production notes
- The scene where Elly chases Mr Snoller around Banksiawood, was shot in the city center of Glen Waverley (Monash, Melbourne). The Monash City Counsil building can be clearly seen.

- The library where Elly follows Mr Snoller into, is the Glen Waverley branche of the Monash City Library.

Trivia
- This episode marks the first appearance of the Snollers.

- All the Snollers related story lines are missing from the book, making them the only "main" characters unique to the television series.

- The people of Banksiawood call Miss Snoller "
Miss India" because she's supposedly from there. In reality, she's from England and has never even been to India. Her parents did use to live in India before she was born though.

- Miss Snoller tells Elly of her desire to one day visit India, which sets up the plot for the future episode
Position Vacant.

- Maureen Edwards had to put on an English accent for her role as Miss India. She's actually from New Zealand. Alan Lovett, who plays Mr Snoller, also puts on an English accent. He's Australian.

05 Three Little Pigs

Director

Richard Sarell

Writer

Greg Millin

Airdate Australia

Monday,
7 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
8 May 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Friday,
1 February 1991

Mister Jensen (Robert Essex)
Miss India did it, Mr Jensen is sure of it. His rubbish bin has been vandalised, and who else could have done it? Her love for red paint is the only evidence he needs. And everyone knows she's up to no good. Yes, he's sure she's the culprit.

Meanwhile, Skinner Davies lost his paper round because of complaints. Elly suspects this has something to do with Mr Jensen's rubbish bin and decides to investigate.

Trivia
- This episode reveals Skinner does not have it easy at home, with his father's throwing him out of the house at age 7 for losing a paper round.

- The episode's title refers to the number of times "pig" was painted on Mr Jensen's bin.

- Mr Jensen's dog, Max, was found at a local pound by the production. He was not what they had in mind when they set out looking for a suitable dog, but they fell in love with him at first sight.

- In the final scene, Skinner hands Elly the paper instead of throwing it like he usually does. Is this because Skinner knows Elly convinced Mr Jensen to retract his complaint, or does he have a
different reason?

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Robert Essex on set with dog Max on Copnal Court.
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Skinner Davies (Frank Webb)

Frank Webb with lots of newspapers. On the set of Three Little Pigs.
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Jennifer and Ben at Copnal Court. On the set of Three Little Pigs
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Robert Barton (Frankie J. Holden)

Frankie on the set of Three Litle Pigs.
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06 The Great Billycart Aid Race

Director

Richard Sarell

Writer

Shane Brennan

Airdate Australia

Tuesday,
8 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
15 May 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Monday,
4 February 1991

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Elly decides to help Bob Geldof feed the world. And what better way is there do that other than with a charity billycart race?

Everyone joins in, even Mr Jensen. But when someone is about to make more money from the race than Elly's charity does, something needs to be done about it.

Meanwhile, Douglas feels left out by his family as no one wants to help him build a billycart.

Production notes
- This episode's title was originally "
Elly Barton Saves The World". The draft of this episode's script that a cast member gave me still bears that title. Have a look at it here.

- The newspaper from which Elly cuts the article about Bob Geldof, is the Thursday 21 May 1987 edition of
The Age, a real life Melburnian newspaper. The paper was altered by the crew for this episode; you can find out more about that here.

Trivia

- The cast group shot on the back cover of the
book was made during the shooting of this episode, even though this story line is not part of the book.

- The very issue of
The Age that's used in this episode (see Production notes above) has another connection to C/o The Bartons: printed on page 47 of that issue, is an article on the show!03 So maybe 21 May 1987 is, as Doc Brown in Back to the Future II puts it, "a temporal junction point for the entire space-time continuum". Well that, or the crew had a few copies of the issue at hand because the show was mentioned in it. I'm going with the latter.

- Olivia's stunt double for the race was
Trent Lee, who is sadly not credited. You can see a photo of Trent, dressed as Elly and next to Olivia, below.

- The writer of this episode, Shane Brennan, became executive producer and show runner for the American drama series
NCIS later in life. He also created that show's spin-off, NCIS: Los Angeles.

- See the fancy new bike Skinner's riding in the last scene? I guess his paper round from
Three Little Pigs paid off!

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Olivia Harkin (left) and her stunt double Trent Lee, backstage during the shoot of The Great Billycart Aid Race
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07 Position Vacant

Director

Mandy Smith

Writer

Noel Robinson

Airdate Australia

Wednesday,
9 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
22 May 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Tuesday,
5 February 1991

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Elly has decided Miss India should get a job. How else is she going to pay for the trip to India she's been talking about for months? And Elly knows just the job for her: clerk at the local firestation.

Mum Clare also needs a job; she's done being a stay-at-home mum. And that vacancy for a clerk at the firestation seems like a perfect fit. Clare loves the fire brigade!

Production notes
- The scenes where Elly and later Clare post the application letters, were filmed on
Townsend Street, Glen Waverley. You can see the street sign in the back in Clare's scene.

Trivia
- "
My mum's friend Angela", and the fact she runs a travel agency, was first mentioned in Mr Snollers' Black Bag, but this is the first (and only) time we see her.

- This episode's plot originates in Miss India telling Elly she wants to visit India one day (again in
Mr. Snoller's Black Bag).

- According to the Internet Movie Car Database (
IMCDb.org) the fire truck in this episode, is a 1980 International ACCO (1810C). Just so you know. Thanks Keats!

- The red
Ford Falcon GL that Robert drives is kind of a Frankenstein version according to that site.

- Check out that page if you want to know more about the cars used in
C/o The Bartons (or those in any other film or TV series on this planet, for that matter).

- There's a very good reason why Clare loves the Fire Brigade. According to her
character's description, she was rescued from a fire by them when she was a child.

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Maureen Edwards as Miss India (all dressed up for her job interview at the fire brigade) on the set of Position Vacant
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Jennifer Jarman-Walker on the set of Position Vacant
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Jennifer Jarman-Walker on the set of Position Vacant
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08 Musical Rooms

Director

Mandy Smith

Writer

Greg Millin

Airdate Australia

Thursday,
10 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
5 June 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Wednesday,
6 February 1991

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Paul and Anthony fight for the umpteenth time, and Robert and Clare have had enough. It's decided that Anthony should get his own bedroom, and as there aren't enough rooms in the house, Paul has to move in with Douglas and Elly has to move to the smaller bedroom.

During the move, Elly discovers that Paul secretly smokes and gets rid of his cigarettes. But Paul retaliates and takes Elly's diary hostage.

Trivia
- This is the only episode where no characters other than the Bartons themselves appear. Not even Anita turns up.

- The blue dress Elly hides under her bed, is the same dress she's later forcing herself to wear in
Suspected.

- This episode was partially adapted into the book's story line. The subplot of Paul smoking was omitted, leaving only the moving around. In the book, the reason why Paul's thrown out is linked to him walking off the footie field (and causing Mirandavale to win the cup); Anthony is angry at Paul because of this in the book.

- In some online sources, this episode appears to be missing from the original broadcast run in Germany, and appears to be broadcast for the first time three years after the rest of the series. The same goes for
Beautiful Beetroot. I originally suspected that underage smoking was the reason for this, as both these episodes feature that as a subplot. I checked with Marika von Radvanyi, who directed the German dubs and is also a big fan of the show, but she assures me both episodes were included in the first run. So the schedules found on those sites are incomplete.

09 Beautiful Beetroot

Director

Mandy Smith

Writer

Jocelyn Moorhouse

Airdate Australia

Monday,
14 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
12 June 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Thursday,
7 February 1991

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Anita finally gets Elly to join the Girl Guides by telling her how fun the Guide's annual camp is. But camp turns out to be quit different to Elly's expectations. No tents and campfires, but barracks, bunkbeds and beetroot for dinner every other night.

And on top of that, patrol leader Vivienne has it in for Elly and Anita (and some poor frogs). But as Vivienne is about to find out: you don't mess with Elly Barton.

Production notes
- The scenes at the camp site were filmed at the YMCA Mt Evelyn Recreation Camp, Mount Evelyn, Victoria.

- No frogs were harmed in the filming of this episode. There was an actual frog handler, Nick Hilligos, involved in the shooting of those scenes. The frogs were replaced by plastic molds before being squeezed.

Trivia
- This is one of the episodes most people seem to remember. In my experience, the frog squeezing scenes come up whenever the show is mentioned.

- The girls in the Banksiawood Girl Guides are in reality those of the
2nd Glen Waverley Guide Company from the Glen Waverley Girl Guides.

- Guide Law No. 9,
on which grounds Vivienne takes the girl's personal possessions, really is the ninth Guide Law in Australia (in 1987). Of course the law wasn't intended in the way that Vivienne uses it.

- Guide Laws differ per country by the way (you learn a lot building a site like this).


- Shelley, Vivienne's blonde side kick in charge of bubble gum and who recites
Guide Law No. 9 to Elly, is played by Andree van Schaik. In real life, Andree is Olivia's best friend at school and also played in the Kaboodle episode Olivia was in.

- This episode was not adapted into the book's story line, but the events are recalled by Elly and Anita, as Vivienne's parents are amongst the prospective buyers of the Bartons' house.

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Rosemary Smith and Natasha Kenneally changing into more comfy shoes. On set somewhere in Glen Waverley during the shoot of Beautiful Beetroot
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Susan Davies (Natasha Kenneally), Elly Barton (Olivia Harkin) and Anita McPherson (Rosemary Smith)

Natasha, Liv and Rosemary somewhere in Glen Waverley during the shoot of Beautiful Beetroot
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Rosemary having a go at the camera. On set somewhere in Glen Waverley during the shoot of Beautiful Beetroot
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Liv feeding the crew at the catering table. On the set of Beautiful Beetroot.
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Director Mandy Smith having a break. On set somewhere in Glen Waverley during the shoot of Beautiful Beetroot
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Elly and Anita (Olivia and Rosemary)

Liv and Rosemary on set at Mt Evelyn Recreation Camp during the shoot of Beautiful Beetroot
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Maud Clark and someone I don't recognise in make up. On location at Mt Evelyn during the shoot of Beautiful Beetroot
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10 Bartons on the Beach

Director

Peter R. Dodds

Writer

Jocelyn Moorhouse

Airdate Australia

Tuesday,
15 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
19 June 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Friday,
8 February 1991

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Mrs Barton must have been checking the weather forecast for weeks, because the very first ray of sunlight of the year means the family is bound for the beach. Not that it's exactly beach weather, but that will not stop her.

The day does not go as planned. Paul and Anita get lost in the dunes, and Anita's plans to make Paul finally notice her fall in the water (literally). Meanwhile, Elly is chased by a boy who takes things (way) too far to her liking.

Anthony meets a girl who claims she's a mermaid.

And mum Clare? She about has enough of it all.

Production notes
- The beach scenes in this episode were filmed at
Somer's Beach, Somers, Victoria, just opposite of Philip Island.

- It wasn't exactly beach weather when this episode's outdoor scenes were filmed; it was rather cold.

- The scene with Anita and Paul wading through the water, was filmed with a camera in a glass box. The crew was also wading through the water to shoot this scene. Everybody, except for Matt and Rosemary, was wearing suitable wading outfits…

Trivia
- You just realised where this fansite got its name from, didn't you?

- Am I the only one that finds the scene where Lee forces himself on Elly difficult to watch? Admittedly, she handles it very well (and the book's version of this scene gives even more depth to her handling of it), which certainly adds to my appreciation of Elly (and Olivia's acting). But still: yikes.

- You can read a bit more about
True Blue, the song that Lee sings to Elly, on the Trivia page.

- Miranda, the girl that Anthony fancies and who jokingly claims to be a mermaid, is portrayed by Rachel Friend. In a weird coincidence, Rachel portrayed a 'real' mermaid in an episode of
Round The Twist, but it appears she wasn't credited.wikipedia

- Speaking of Rachel Friend: a year after she filmed
Bartons on the Beach, she was cast as Bronwyn Davies in Neighbours and portrayed that character in 197 episodes between 1988 and 1990. She won the Logie for 'Most Popular Actress' in 1990. According to IMDb.com, she's still on TV occasionally.

- Additional scenes and reshoots for certain scenes where necessary and filmed at the end of the taping schedule. This brought along a problem: the kids had grown since the taping of the episode. This meant that the kids' bathers barely fit when it was time to do the reshoots.

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Cast group photo, taken during the shoot of Bartons on the Beach

LTR: Rosemary Smith, Frankie J. Holden, Ben Toovey, Matt Day, Jennifer Jarman-Walker, Olivia Harkin, Michael O'Reilly.

Note: matching bathers: only 1 out of 6…
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Ben Toovey on the set of Bartons on the Beach
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Jennifer Jarman-Walker on the set of Bartons on the Beach
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Michael O'Reilly photo bombing Rosemary on the set of Bartons on the Beach
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Wading through cold water.
On the set of
Bartons on the Beach
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Peter Pan like attire, Copnal Court. On the set of Bartons on the Beach
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11 Suspected

Director

Peter R. Dodds

Writer

P.J. Hogan

Airdate Australia

Wednesday,
16 March 1988

Airdate UK

Not broadcast
See Trivia

Airdate Netherlands

Monday,
11 February 1991

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Paul is soft-mannered, and that has been bugging Anthony for years. But when Anthony's friends spot Paul picking flowers in a park, Anthony's reputation is at stake. So Anthony and his friends make Paul take a test: pass it to prove you're a real man. But Paul fails the test, and Anthony takes it upon himself to help Paul be more manly and get him a girlfriend. Of course Anthony's plan backfires.

Elly has quite the opposite problem: she takes the same test that Paul failed, but she passes. Great? No, because that must mean she's way too masculine! So it's a good thing that Anita knows just how to fix that.

Douglas learns what a homosexual is, and decides he wants to be one.

Production notes
- The mall shown in this episode is the
Century City Walk in Glen Waverley.

- The cinema shown is the
Village Cinema inside that mall.

Trivia
- This is one of only two episodes that doesn't focus on Elly, but on Paul instead. The other one is
Half-time (episode 3).

-
This episode was never aired in the UK. Allegedly, the reason is the word "poofter" being used. Words like that one can not be used in a television broadcast before 9 pm (known as the "watershed") in the UK.

- It's a bit hard to see in the scene at the dinner table, but Elly's fingertips are in band aids. Because, as it turns out, embroidery is a dangerous hobby. The book explains what happened; it's a fun detail in the episode for those who read the book.

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Liv in one of Anita's outfits. Somewhere in Glen Waverley. On the set of Suspected.
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Liv in the purple wig. Somewhere in Glen Waverley. On the set of Suspected.
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Matt and Eva Parkin ("Petal Moochmoore"). On the set of Suspected.
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Michael and Eva. On the set of Suspected.
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12 Bye Bye Bartons

Director

Richard Sarell

Writer

Jocelyn Moorhouse

Airdate Australia

Thursday,
17 March 1988

Airdate UK

Monday,
26 June 1989

Airdate Netherlands

Tuesday,
12 February 1991

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Robert gets offered a better job, one that requires the family to move to Mirandavale, on the other side of the city. This means leaving the Bartons' beloved Banksiawood home. The children were not told about the move until the last moment and are strongly opposed to it. But Robert and Clare ignore their pleas.

Elly is devastated by the fact she'll never see Anita again and by the inevitable loss of her beloved tree. To make matters worse, Mr Jensen announces to Elly that he will resume his fight to get the tree taken down after the Bartons have moved away.

Anita is forced to confess her love to Paul, but it falls on deaf ears.

Production notes
- We get our first and last glimpse of the Capaletti's house in the shot where Vince and his brothers are working on their car. The house is right across the street from the Barton's house, at 10 Copnal Court, Glen Waverley (the Barton's house is at No. 5).

Trivia
- Someone goofed up: Olivia Harkin is not listed in the end credits of this episode. Well we can't have that now, can we? Let's fix that while we're at it:

Elly Barton
OLIVIA HARKIN

There we go; all fixed!

- Olivia celebrated her twelfth birthday during the filming of this episode. You can find a photo of her on set birthday party, along with photos of the wrapping/going away party, below!

- We've never seen the girl that gets shown around Elly's room before. But in the book, that girl is Vivienne Bone, the Emu Patrol Leader we met in
Beautiful Beetroot, still sporting the wild hair style due to Elly's revenge in that episode.
In
Bye Bye Bartons it seems a bit random that the girl mentions that Elly's goldfish probably has diseases. But knowing Vivienne calls Elly "Disease" in Beautiful Beetroot, it makes much more sense.

- The series was originally going to end with a different episode called
Street Party. For unknown reasons, that screenplay was replaced by Bye Bye Bartons. See What could've been for more information.

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LTR: Ben Toovey, Olivia Harkin and Rosemary Smith on set enjoying Olivia's birthday cake (she turned twelve that day), during the shoot of Bye Bye Bartons
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Various cast and crew members during the going away party on the final day of shooting C/o the Bartons
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There's two more photos of the going away party to be found on the
Photos Page.

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5 & 6 Copnal Court, during a take break. On the set of Bye Bye Bartons.
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Pippa Smith and some of the crew at Copnal Court. On the set of Bye Bye Bartons.
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