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Karl is sworn to secrecy by dying Richard. Paul knows, but believes Rebbecca is better off not knowing. Oliver and Declan find out he's in another hospital and find him. Oliver emotionally ... See full summary »
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Janae Timmins (as Eliza Taylor-Cotter)
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Ned Parker (credit only)
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Mickey Gannon
Sweeney Young ...
Riley Parker (credit only)
Jane Hall ...
Rebecca Napier
James Sorensen ...
Declan Napier
Ian Smith ...
Harold Bishop (credit only)
Tom Oliver ...
Lou Carpenter (credit only)
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Paul Robinson
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Elle Robinson
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Karl Kennedy
Jackie Woodburne ...
Susan Kinski
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Rachel Kinski
Matthew Werkmeister ...
Zeke Kinski
Kym Valentine ...
Libby Kennedy
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Karl is sworn to secrecy by dying Richard. Paul knows, but believes Rebbecca is better off not knowing. Oliver and Declan find out he's in another hospital and find him. Oliver emotionally blackmails his dying dad to confront his mother. Zeke tries to console both Susan and Rachel, but she is desperate and furious that her love is completely ignored as an 'abuse crime'. Janae is touched that Ned lets Mikey play grease-monkey with her, and that the boy wants her back in their daily lives. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Your involvement in my life hasn't been a total waste"
22 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

A story of everyone thinking they know best and finding they're wrong. As many suspected, it hasn't taken Susan long to get back to her self-righteous best, with the fact she put one of her students in hospital a short time ago completely forgotten.She mishandles Rachel at every turn, driving a wedge between them.On the other hand, Libby has never seemed so maternal, being spot on with her advice and seeming for the first time like an adult member of the family rather than an ageing petulant teenager.Even Zeke seems more even-handed than usual.

Susan's actions are mirrored by Paul, who ends up hiding things from Rebecca with the best of intentions, denying her the right to make a choice.Her final rejection of him seems a bit harsh but it demonstrates well that you can't protect people by lying to them.


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