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Didge only confesses at Steve's trial after his guilty plea has been declared a sentence. The police will investigate again, but meanwhile he's convicted. Declan and Ringo convince Zeke ... See full summary »

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Oliver Barnes (credit only)
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Ryan Moloney ...
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Ned Parker (as Daniel O'Connor)
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Mickey Gannon (credit only)
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Eloise Mignon ...
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Didge only confesses at Steve's trial after his guilty plea has been declared a sentence. The police will investigate again, but meanwhile he's convicted. Declan and Ringo convince Zeke their best chance is to get Taylah to come forward about Chris's beyond-romantic past. Sam's pregnancy lie keeps complicating life. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You don't get it both ways"
2 September 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well, the truth is finally out, although it's very disappointing that we don't get to see Taylah at the conclusion of her storyline.Even odder that Lou just appears out of nowhere in the courtroom.Anderson is quite right when she says the police handled things badly and one gets the feeling Skinner was after the conviction that would bring him the most plaudits rather than the one that was actually accurate. There's some odd morality too when Bridget suggests Steve's plight is her fault for telling the truth.No, Bridge, it's Steve's fault for lying.

Is there any reason for Dan and Sam to be at the hospital when Toadie shows up with Callum or is it just so Sam can get shouted at by Karl? Either way, it looks as though another secret might be coming out soon. Or will it?


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