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Now Didge had lied that the initiative was hers, Angus is cleared, but her parents want to send her to a Catholic girls school. Darren and Libby make a mess of 'explaining' to Ben that he looses his surrogate father again, but finds solace with Mikey and Ned. Frazer fails to make Marco postpone moving to Perth till Carmella settles down. Declan guesses the truth, turns on yellow liar Rachel and reveals the facts. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You have the right scumbag but the wrong girl"
18 April 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Secrets never stay secrets for long in soaps and thankfully Neighbours manages to bring one out into the open before it gets too irritating. In an episode where everyone seems to be doing the wrong thing, sometimes for the right reason sometimes not, it's a relief when Declan of all people actually does what needs to be done.Angus comes off particularly badly, willing to ruin the reputation of a girl in his charge to protect his position, and many of Steve's actions seem inexplicable:just what will sending Bridget to an all girls school achieve? Elsewhere Libby softens towards Janae and Darren in order to bring about a reasonable solution to the situation but oddly turns down an opportunity to make her peace with Ned after her harsh words to him in the previous episode.Darren's departure does actually manage to be affecting although one wonders whether Karl really did send his best.

The other item of interest is the seeming demise of Marco and Carmella's relationship, with Rosie at her most interfering and Frazer at his most witty(notably when telling Marco never to mention their conversation to Rosie).But I don't think even Neighbours, with its notoriously high cast turnaround, is going to get rid of a regular that quickly.


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