Neighbours (1985– )
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Donna is soon released after her motor cycle stunt, scolded by Steph and punished by Elle. But Ringo's romantic gestures make her month anyway. Even a pool party can't bring much merriment ... See full summary »

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Ryan Moloney ...
Morgan Baker ...
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Mickey Gannon (credit only)
Nikki Coghill ...
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James Sorensen ...
Declan Napier (credit only)
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Paul Robinson (credit only)
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Hany Lee ...
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Jackie Woodburne ...
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Donna is soon released after her motor cycle stunt, scolded by Steph and punished by Elle. But Ringo's romantic gestures make her month anyway. Even a pool party can't bring much merriment in Ramsay Street. Zeke is jealous to see Ringo with Sunny, until he discovers she only ghostwrites his mate's love letters, and insists to read them, as she never opens up to him. Dan uses his basketball coaching skills to win some confidence with Henry after the Ramsay orphans turned down Elle's substitute guilt check. Greg acts jealously, even of Lucas frolicking with Steph. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I talk too much, he talks too little, no-one ever ends up actually saying anything at all"
23 July 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's a bit of a coincidence that Ringo just happens to be passing when Donna has her accident but it results in some nice character interaction and some sweet moments between them.Steph's tirade against Donna is well done and it's nice that Donna actually seems to enjoy Elle punishing her:Despite her sarcastic "Yes, Mum" you suspect that Cassandra would never have taken this much of an interest in her.But Ringo getting Sunny to write the letters is probably a bad idea, he'd be better off using his own words even if they aren't as well-constructed.Zeke's abrupt jealousy is annoying, as is Toadie egging him on, although at least it's resolved by the end of the episode.

Elle's visit to the Ramsays is well-meaning but dumb:She'd be better off offering them the truth instead of money.The explanation for why they don't just involve Social Services is half-hearted and a teenager as canny as Harry would surely realise Dan let him win.There's an opening here for getting the family onto Ramsay Street, it remains to be seen whether they'll take it.

Greg's somewhere in this episode but he's such a dull character it's hard to care about him or his relationship with Steph.And by the end of it we have one more reason to hate him:Not only is he an adulterer and not only is he possessive, he's also a controlling snob


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