Neighbours (1985– )
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Declan pretends his detention was prolonged to be with Rach, who makes him study. Paul grumbles about his girls being workaholics, discovers Kirsten chose him for a job only- and gives it. ... See full summary »

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Frazer Yeats / George Brown (credit only)
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Oliver Barnes (credit only)
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Ryan Moloney ...
Carla Bonner ...
Aaron Aulsebrook-Walker ...
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Ned Parker (credit only)
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Mickey Gannon (credit only)
Sweeney Young ...
Riley Parker (credit only)
Eloise Mignon ...
Jane Hall ...
James Sorensen ...
Ian Smith ...
Harold Bishop (credit only)
Tom Oliver ...
Lou Carpenter (credit only)
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Declan pretends his detention was prolonged to be with Rach, who makes him study. Paul grumbles about his girls being workaholics, discovers Kirsten chose him for a job only- and gives it. Steph is denied a say in a future with Toadie and discovered the mayor abused her proxy to vote against security, hence she's a cave-in accomplice too. She leaves, after getting Toadie proof. Written by KGF Vissers

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6 March 2008 (Australia)  »

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Bridget: Why would they be in the sickbay?
Zeke: Because they're sick?
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"Ignorance is no excuse"
27 May 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Steph's complete lack of moral ambiguity proves highly refreshing. Given a chance to clear her name by Toadie, she instead puts herself and everyone else in the firing line.Her confrontation with Jackie is interesting since there's some doubt about who's in the right-whilst Jackie is clearly involved in a cover-up, her implication that they're all equally guilty is hard to refute.

A bit of heavy foreshadowing in the scenes with Libby and Dan:he talks about how it's best to realise you're incompatible with someone before getting married, then straightaway Libby mentions an old girlfriend of his.Any idea where they're going with this one? The teens' interaction is interesting:Bridget seems very pally and tactile around Zeke, once more raising the question of why they aren't dating.Mind you, Bridget seems very jealous around Declan, who's probably making a rod for his own back by lying to everyone.


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