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Season 6 is the sixth season of Road to Avonlea (1990–1996). It premiered with "The Return of Gus Pike" on January 15, 1995, and ended with "Homecoming" on April 2, 1995.

SummaryEdit

The first annual bachelor auction turns sour when Simon Tremayne is misled into believing that Hetty will bid on him. Felix and Izzy purchase a fox farm, but their friendship is threatened when Felix must replace Izzy with another partner.

Rachel Lynde suffers a stroke and leaves Davey and Dora under Hetty's watch. Upon her return, Rachel struggles to regain her speech and overcome the belief that she is an invalid.

Cecily returns from the sanitarium and Sara Stanley shocks Avonlea when she announces she is leaving to study in Paris. Felicity reconsiders medical school after a friend dies during childbirth and finally accepts Gus’s proposal of marriage – only to learn that he is lost at sea.

Road to Avonlea takes on a more mature tone this season as the characters of Avonlea grow and continue to face overwhelming hardships, as well as pleasant surprises.

CastEdit

Main cast

Recurring cast

Guest cast

  • Zachary Ansley as Arthur Pettibone (2/13)
  • Maja Ardal as Clara Potts (2/13)
  • Molly Atkinson as Cecily King (2/13)
  • Corinne Conley as Eleanor McHugh (2/13)
  • Marion Gilsenan as Miss Marsden (2/13)
  • Stefanie Gnys as Emma Bradley (2/13)
  • Barbara Hamilton as Eulalie Bugle (2/13)
  • Gordon Jocelyn as Dr. Sparrow (2/13)
  • Richard McMillan as Lionel Lester (2/13)
  • Serena Paton as Velma Bugle (2/13)
  • Andrew Tarbet as Seth Pritchard (2/13)
  • Peter Van Wart as Robert Lynde (2/13)
  • Catherine Barroll as Adele (1/13)
  • Mairon Bennett as Colleen Pritchard (1/13)
  • Richard Blackburn as Billy Lynde (1/13)
  • Marilyn Boyle as Mrs. Inglis (1/13)
  • Sherri Carr as Emily (1/13)
  • Brenda Devine as Mrs. Bradley (1/13)
  • Julia Diamond as Laura MacDonald (1/13)
  • James B. Douglas as Menushkin (1/13)
  • Faye Dunaway as Countess Polenska (1/13)
  • Don Francks as Abe Pike (1/13)
  • John Friesen as Archie Gillis (1/13)
  • John Gilbert as Wellington Campbell (1/13)
  • Janet-Laine Green as Eliza Pike (1/13)
  • Nigel Hamer as Captain Ames (1/13)
  • Terri Hawkes as Charlotte Ames (1/13)
  • Frances Hyland as Louisa Banks (1/13)
  • Henriette Ivanans as Miss Barlow (1/13)
  • Michael Mahonen as Gus Pike (1/13)
  • Shane Meier as Louie (1/13)
  • Tara Meyer as Sally Potts (1/13)
  • Peter Millard as Eagan Frane (1/13)
  • James Millington as Mr. Barlow (1/13)
  • Peter Outerbridge as Count Marek (1/13)
  • Michael Polley as Mr. Bugle (1/13)
  • Sarah Polley as Sara Stanley (1/13)
  • Leon Pownall as Heath Hymus (1/13)
  • Christopher Redman as Hawk (1/13)
  • David Roemmele as Quint (1/13)
  • Maureen Stapleton as Maggie MacPhee (1/13)
  • R.H. Thomson as Jasper Dale (1/13)
  • Hayley Tyson as Nurse Darlington (1/13)
  • Chandra West as Greta Steig (1/13)
  • Kevin Zegers as Gordon Bradley (1/13)

Co-starring

  • Jack Mather as Station Master (2/13)
  • Neale Berube as Little Gus (1/13)
  • Ashley Brown as Girl #3 (1/13)
  • Patricia Carroll Brown as Lady on Train (1/13)
  • Robert Buck as Sea Salt (1/13)
  • Ashley Campbell as Girl #2 (1/13)
  • Robin Dunne as Rich Boy #1 (1/13)
  • Jerry Franken as Doctor (1/13)
  • Catherine Hayos as Nurse (1/13)
  • Meg Hogarth as Matron (1/13)
  • Ann Holloway as Lady #1 (1/13)
  • Derek Keuvorst as Guest #1 (1/13)
  • Billy Lake as Orderly (1/13)
  • Robert Latimer as Mr. Radcliffe (1/13)
  • Wendy Lavender as Lady #2 (1/13)
  • James Mainprize as Desk Clerk (1/13)
  • Larry Mannell as Conductor (1/13)
  • Joan Massiah as Old Lady (1/13)
  • Michael Miller as Ragamuffin #1 (1/13)
  • Tedde Moore as Guest #2 (1/13)
  • Julian Peters as Man (1/13)
  • Blair Purcell as Driver (1/13)
  • Bryan Renfro as Waiter (1/13)
  • Guy Sanvido as Baggage Man (1/13)
  • Desmond Scott as Chemistry Professor (1/13)
  • Susan St. Amand as Girl #1 (1/13)

Other cast

  • Amber as Digger (3/13)
  • Luke as Digger (1/13)
  • Sam as Digger (1/13)

Stunts

  • Sue Parker (1/13)
  • Alison Reid (1/13)

EpisodesEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit

Sullivan Entertainment live-action universe
Works
Anne of Green Gables (1985) (gallery) · Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987) (gallery)
Road to Avonlea: The Movie (1990) · Road to Avonlea (1990–1996) (episodes · gallery)
Happy Christmas, Miss King (1998) (gallery) · Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000) (gallery · soundtrack)
Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (2008) (gallery)
Road to Avonlea Season 1 episodes
"The Journey Begins" (gallery) · "The Story Girl Earns Her Name" (gallery) · "The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's" (gallery)
"The Materializing of Duncan" (gallery) · "Old Lady Lloyd" (gallery) · "Proof of the Pudding" (gallery) · "Conversions" (gallery)
"Aunt Abigail's Beau" (gallery) · "Malcolm and the Baby" (gallery) · "The Witch of Avonlea" (gallery) · "Felicity's Challenge" (gallery)
"The Hope Chest of Arabella King" (gallery) · "Nothing Endures But Change" (gallery)
Road to Avonlea Season 2 episodes
"Sara's Homecoming" (gallery) · "How Kissing Was Discovered" (gallery) · "Aunt Hetty's Ordeal" (gallery)
"Of Corsets and Secrets and True, True Love" (gallery) · "Old Quarrels, Old Love" (gallery)
"May the Best Man Win" (gallery) · "Family Rivalry" (gallery) · "Sea Ghost" (gallery) · "All That Glitters" (gallery)
"Dreamer of Dreams" (gallery) · "It's Just a Stage" (gallery) · "A Mother's Love" (gallery) · "Misfits and Miracles" (gallery)
Road to Avonlea Season 3 episodes
"The Ties That Bind" (gallery) · "Felix and Blackie" (gallery) · "Another Point of View" (gallery)
"But When She Was Bad... She Was Horrid: Part 1" (gallery) · "But When She Was Bad... She Was Horrid: Part 2" (gallery)
"Aunt Janet Rebels" (gallery) · "A Dark and Stormy Night" (gallery) · "Friends and Relations" (gallery)
"Vows of Silence" (gallery) · "After the Honeymoon" (gallery) · "High Society" (gallery)
"The Calamitous Courting of Hetty King" (gallery) · "Old Friends, Old Wounds" (gallery)
Road to Avonlea Season 4 episodes
"Tug of War" (gallery) · "The Lady and the Blade" (gallery) · "Incident at Vernon River" (gallery) · "Boys Will Be Boys" (gallery)
"Moving On" (gallery) · "Evelyn" (gallery) · "The Dinner" (gallery) · "Heirs and Graces" (gallery) · "Hearts and Flowers" (gallery)
"Felicity's Perfect Beau" (gallery) · "The Disappearance" (gallery) · "Home Movie" (gallery) · "Hearth and Home" (gallery)
Road to Avonlea Season 5 episodes
"Fathers and Sons" (gallery) · "Memento Mori" (gallery) · "Modern Times" (gallery) · "A Friend in Need" (gallery)
"Strictly Melodrama" (gallery) · "The Great Race" (gallery) · "Stranger in the Night" (gallery)
"Someone to Believe In" (gallery) · "Thursday's Child" (gallery) · "Best Laid Plans" (gallery)
"Otherwise Engaged" (gallery) · "Enter Prince Charming" (gallery) · "The Minister's Wife" (gallery)
Road to Avonlea Season 6 episodes
"The Return of Gus Pike" (gallery) · "Lonely Hearts" (gallery) · "Christmas in June" (gallery) · "Fools and Kings" (gallery)
"Comings and Goings" (gallery) · "The Trouble with Davey" (gallery) · "Great Expectations" (gallery) · "A Fox Tale" (gallery)
"The More Things Change" (gallery) · "Home is Where the Heart Is" (gallery) · "What a Tangled Web We Weave" (gallery)
"A Time to Every Purpose" (gallery) · "Homecoming" (gallery)
Road to Avonlea Season 7 episodes
"Out of the Ashes" (gallery) · "Love May Be Blind... But the Neighbours Ain't" (gallery) · "Davey and the Mermaid" (gallery)
"Woman of Importance" (gallery) · "Secrets and Sacrifices" (gallery) · "Ah... Sweet Mystery of Life" (gallery)
"King of the Great White Way" (gallery) · "Total Eclipse" (gallery) · "From Away" (gallery) · "After the Ball is Over" (gallery)
"Return to Me" (gallery) · "The Last Hurrah" (gallery) · "So Dear to My Heart" (gallery)