Neighbours (1985– )
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Marco is furious that Oliver 'uses Mia to get to him'. Carmella soon believes Ollie, who convinces Mia it only started as a ploy. Marco owns up his infertility. Carmie resents the lie, but ... See full summary »

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Natalie Saleeba ...
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Frazer Yeats / George Brown (credit only)
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Ringo Brown (credit only)
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Ryan Moloney ...
Carla Bonner ...
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Ned Parker (credit only)
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Mickey Gannon (credit only)
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Paul Robinson (credit only)
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Carmella Cammeniti (as Natalie Blair)
Sarah May ...
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Marco is furious that Oliver 'uses Mia to get to him'. Carmella soon believes Ollie, who convinces Mia it only started as a ploy. Marco owns up his infertility. Carmie resents the lie, but realizes she has a perfect family with him. Karl and co still can't convince Toadie nor console Steph, who fails to stoop him from moving out again. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Karl Kennedy.Master of the understatement."
22 May 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After the explosive events of the last episode, the Toadie/Steph storyline seems to be back in a holding pattern, although there is evidence of progress in the final scene.We're basically back to them sitting in separate rooms having much the same conversation...or possibly not, since while Steph is desperately trying to salvage something Toadie has accepted that it's all over and is prepared to move on.

More interesting is the bizarre quadrangle that seems to have sprung up between Marco, Carmella, Oliver and Mia.Oliver is one of those characters who seems to be constantly tottering on the brink of unlikeability but he pulls back from it here by reaching out to Mia with what seems to be genuine affection.Marco's diplomatic skills seem to have deserted him with his bullish attitude towards Mia although he does at least have a moment of honesty.Perhaps the biggest surprise is Carmella.In her even-handed dealing of the situation, she suddenly seems very grown up.


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