Well, now that the Grey Cup is behind us Heartland is back this Sunday with another new episode! Click though for details!
It's hard to believe that this is the midpoint in Season 3. The good news is that there are still nine episodes to go after this Sunday. The not-so-good news is that there are going to be two long breaks without a new episode. There will be no new episodes of Heartland during February because of the Super Bowl and the Vancouver Winter Olympics. And there will be no new episodes for the remainder of this month, as CBC will be broadcasting their Holiday and Christmas programs for the next three weeks. But we do get five episodes in a row in January, so there's that...
So I hope you enjoy Sunday's new episode, titled "Broken Arrow," because it'll be the last new episode until January 3. Sniff!
In it, Ty is about to spend his last day at Heartland before leaving for vet school and Amy is wanting to spend some quality time with her boyfriend. But when a horse - wounded by a hunter's arrow - has Scott flying his plane to British Columbia to attend to the animal, Ty tags along for the experience. Only Scott knows that there is a planned surprise party for Ty and that he has got to get them back to the ranch the same evening.
Meanwhile, Caleb plans on getting a pay raise from Jack, who has quite a different idea about how to deal with his hired hand, while Val hires Amy to help get Apollo back on the show jumping circuit, causing a bit of friction between the two of them.
And Lou struggles to find her maternal instincts when Marnie leaves her to look after Jerry Junior. And the older Fleming sister is also concerned that Jerry Junior might not be the only baby in her immediate future!
Written by Leila Basen and David Preston and directed by Ron Murphy, I guarantee you an exciting episode that'll have you counting the days until January 3.