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Oliver is back and Carmie's good books, but hence out of Elle's. Rachel emerges from visiting Angus announcing they'll be a couple again at-after his release. Susan tries to make him scare ... See full summary »

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James Sorensen ...
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Paul Robinson (credit only)
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Jackie Woodburne ...
Alan Fletcher ...
Dr. Karl Kennedy (credit only)
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Matthew Werkmeister ...
Zeke Kinski (credit only)
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Ringo Brown (credit only)
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Ty Harper (credit only)
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Carmella Cammeniti (as Natalie Blair)
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Ryan Moloney ...
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Oliver is back and Carmie's good books, but hence out of Elle's. Rachel emerges from visiting Angus announcing they'll be a couple again at-after his release. Susan tries to make him scare away, and gets a promise if she's ever hurt. Ned is desperate enough to finance Kirstie's skin treatment to tell Steve he has to pull out of their joint mortgage. Harold and Kate happily find out both having faked car-fascination. Nicola's lie Steve kissed her is found out, and she betrays having seduced Riley into bed. Written by KGF Vissers

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bed | love | prison | jail | infidelity | See All (6) »

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Drama | Romance

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"Really like digging those holes, don't you?"
16 October 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Good grief, will someone please shut Susan up?Never mind Kate saying Angus is manipulative, Susan is the one that seems to be manipulating the situation, doing everything she can to make Rachel "come to her senses" while being completely blind to the possibility that she might be the one in the wrong.And where's Karl while all this is going on?Has it been explained?

We get an explanation for Nicola's behaviour here...and it turns out there isn't one, she just acted on impulse.That's actually believable and her continued confiding in Toadie is a good character move.As is her full disclosure with Miranda, which could see some interesting things ahead.

Talking of full disclosure, even though Harold in love always manages to look a bit silly it's nice to see him and Kate finally being honest with each other.And his reaction to Lou's surprise is a comic highlight.


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