Neighbours: Season 1, Episode 5,632

Episode #1.5632 (24 Feb. 2009)

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Zeke is finally brought home, but psychiatrist Dr. Jeremy Levi expects he'll need mid-long-term therapy. He still recognizes and trusts only Rachel, still believes to be Phil's son and ... See full summary »

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Zeke is finally brought home, but psychiatrist Dr. Jeremy Levi expects he'll need mid-long-term therapy. He still recognizes and trusts only Rachel, still believes to be Phil's son and wants her help to return 'home' to his farm. Ty is railroaded to coach a charity line-dance event. Bridget seems stalked, but actually receives a box full of cash from birth-mother Joanna. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Now I'm scared"
28 April 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Zeke's return is portrayed interestingly here, thanks in no part to a nice performance from Matthew Werkmeister, who with a few simple changes in posture manages to seem like a completely different person. Karl and Susan do seem a bit naive in places but Zeke's instant bond with Rachel is nicely touching and Caitlin Stasey plays it well.Libby probably needs some lessons in how to disseminate information, letting it out a little bit at a time.Rachel's willingness to aid Zeke in his abortive escape attempt raises a few questions but does make them seem close.

Steph and Rebecca's comedy antics...aren't very funny.And it's not clear what the original entertainment was.Did they really hire Ty to lead Steve, Toadie, Lucas and a bunch of extras in the gayest dancing they could think of?And...why? Rachel and Bridget have some nice buddy moments although Bridget seems surprisingly unfazed by the fact someone might be stalking them.The end scene could have used better coverage with the cut from Declan laughing in delight to a very long shot of Bridget looking worried seeming a bit jarring to say the least.


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