Neighbours (1985– )
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Ty, Elle and Sam drag Libby, Ollie and Dan to go a DJ's dance party, but tensions weigh heavy. Steve belies Jim isn't his dad, so his life 'isn't his anymore', but his supportive family ... See full summary »

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Dan O'Connor ...
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Sweeney Young ...
Eloise Mignon ...
Tom Oliver ...
James Sorensen ...
Declan Napier (credit only)
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Paul Robinson (credit only)
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Ty, Elle and Sam drag Libby, Ollie and Dan to go a DJ's dance party, but tensions weigh heavy. Steve belies Jim isn't his dad, so his life 'isn't his anymore', but his supportive family questions the drunk sneer. Jim says his dad is Gary Fuller, killed in Vietnam. Written by KGF Vissers

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Elle Robinson: [Elle and Oliver are making out] Is this the best dance you've been to?
Oliver Barnes: [playfully] There's dancing?
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"Didn't we used to be related?"
1 August 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A dance party proves a nice venue to examine some of the street's relationships as we get a glimpse of what Sam was like when she was off her meds and what she may well become if she's not careful.Dan really should learn to stop leaving the room right after she's apparently taken her pill.Libby finds herself pressured by Steph into going on a date with Ty...mmm, well, at least they acknowledge that Steph's attitude towards the pair has taken a complete 360.Her reaction after almost kissing him is priceless.Oliver and Elle actually seem like a normal couple in comparison.

The other focus of the episode is the revelation concerning Steve's paternity.There's some very odd editing in the opening scene when Jim is with Steve and Riley when they arrive, then suddenly he vanishes in between shots and everyone talks as though they don't know where he is. Steve finally seems to be accepting Jim isn't the monster he thought he was, thanks to a well-timed intervention by Riley and Bridget, but probably wasn't prepared for yet another shocking revelation.


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