The first five seasons of Monarch of the Glen told the story of young restaurateur, Archie MacDonald, trying to restore his childhood home in the Scottish Highlands, while the final two seasons of the show focused on new Laird Paul Bowman trying to modernize the estate.
Monarch of the Glen (UK) Season 7 (2005)
|7x01 Episode One |
Paul is now,officially, the new Laird.Isobel has left and Meg and Golly now have a baby boy named Cameron. Unfortunately Meg is gone for good. There is a new chairperson,Iona. Paul ...
|Sep. 18, 2005|
|7x02 Episode Two |
Paul's goddaughter,Amy,shows up for a visit. Golly informs Paul that the local poacher is back in town.Kilwillie is also back from New York with a woman named Edith. While her cottage ...
|Sep. 25, 2005|
|7x03 Episode Three |
Paul wants to turn Glenbogle into a luxury retreat. He seems to be the only one to want this. Molly is taking care of Golly while he is sick and Jess must take over as ghillie on a ...
|Oct. 02, 2005|
|7x04 Episode Four |
Is there a Glenbogle Loch Ness? The picture Amy took, looks to be a loch ness monster. Ewan sees money while Paul sees the lack of money! He has other worries also, the repairs on ...
|Oct. 09, 2005|
|7x05 Episode Five |
Iona's former fiancee, Malcolm,comes to Glenbogle when a tree blight threatens Glenbogle's forest. Golly is very busy with the baby and Jess is feeling the effects. She applies to the ...
|Oct. 16, 2005|
|7x06 Episode Six |
All good things must come to an end and Monarch of the Glen is no exception. The bank has withdrawn it's loan and Paul must put Glenbogle up for sale. He has to start telling the others ...
|Oct. 23, 2005|
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Season 7 Quotes
|Season 7 / Episode 3: - Episode Three|
Donald MacDonald: Tofu? Some kind of oriental fish?
Ewan Brodie: Condensed bean curd.
Donald MacDonald: Things are worse than I thought. Not only is my ancestral home being turned into a glorified bed and breakfast establishment, they are serving bean turd.
Ewan Brodie: Curd!
Donald MacDonald: Where will it end? Obese Americans gee-whizzing in the family silver? A gift shop? Please God, don't let there be a gift shop!
|Season 7 / Episode 1: - Episode One|
Paul Bowman-MacDonald: So what's the form of these tenants meetings?
Golly Mackenzie: The form? Well, it's an ancient highland ritual.
Paul Bowman-MacDonald: You don't say.
Golly Mackenzie: Where the tenants present the laird with an extremely long list of grievances.
Paul Bowman-MacDonald: I was worried you were going to say that.
Golly Mackenzie: Just then the laird suffers an acute case of deafness. Temporary, of course.
Season 7 Trivia
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