Now Darren is rejected by Libby and Jane has moved out from Ned's, all four are miserable - Mikey is furious to be 'betrayed'; Ben doesn't know yet. Fitzy's move and Angus reappointment ... See full summary »
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Janae Timmins (as Eliza Taylor-Cotter)
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Ned Parker (as Daniel O'Connor)
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Sweeney Young ...
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James Sorensen ...
Ian Smith ...
Tom Oliver ...
Lou Carpenter (credit only)
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Valda Sheergold (credit only)
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Now Darren is rejected by Libby and Jane has moved out from Ned's, all four are miserable - Mikey is furious to be 'betrayed'; Ben doesn't know yet. Fitzy's move and Angus reappointment stir up the school kids. Fitzy watches Angus and Didge like a hawk, still the wrong suspect, and informs Steve. Carmella is finally home, but has to wait with Oliver for Chloe. Written by KGF Vissers

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"This street is crawling with teachers"
17 April 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

With certain story lines having come to a head in the preceding episodes, it's time for another one to be wrapped up as Angus behaves in a manner that is stupid bordering on suicidal by having a private conversation with Bridget in full view of everyone that suspects them of having an affair.Caitlin Stasey and Eloise Mignon nicely play the resulting reactions as everything spirals out of control but Bridget's final actions, though noble, seem woefully naive.

Elsewhere the episode deals with the fallout from the Darren/Janae not-anything-like-an-affair-really.The rift between Janae and Steph is healed quickly and with their history this does smack of realism with a nice performance from Eliza Taylor-Cotter in the almost hysterical way Janae tries not to impose on Steph.Libby is still being a bit cold towards mostly innocent parties but some advice from Susan could well put her back on track.But things might not be so easily sorted between Janae and Ned:although his first instinct is to hug her, his first priority has to be Mickey and pretending everything's fine might not be the best thing for him...


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