Neighbours: Season 1, Episode 5,732

Episode #1.5732 (14 Jul. 2009)

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Luke is saved from the enforcer when Dan arrives with the missing $1,000, which he an ill afford. Rigo and Zeke grudgingly agree to let Donna throw a Bollywood party for baby India, somehow... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Robinson (credit only)
Katie Ramsay
Kaiya Jones ...
Sophie Ramsay
Hany Lee ...
Sunny Lee
Alan Fletcher ...
Dr. Karl Kennedy (credit only)
Blake O'Leary ...
Jacob Brito ...
Charlie Hoyland (credit only)
Morgan Baker ...
Callum Jones (credit only)
Fletcher O'Leary ...


Luke is saved from the enforcer when Dan arrives with the missing $1,000, which he an ill afford. Rigo and Zeke grudgingly agree to let Donna throw a Bollywood party for baby India, somehow supposed to fix the godparent-unfitness insults, as she feels the gang is her actual family. Harry takes Dan's cue to ask Lucas's help with photography. Dog quarantine banning Jake from coming along to New York puts Mikey off that idea altogether. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You guys aren't just my friends, you're my only family"
15 September 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's not exactly a surprise that Dan is the one Lucas turns to but it is certainly a relief.His words seem to get through to him and hopefully this is the end of the dull gambling addiction storyline... although there might be more to come.There's some nice interaction between Lucas and Harry here as well.

So it's farewell to Mickey and temporary farewell to Lou.The pairing of Lou with Kate and Harry gives us one of those nice cross-generational farewells that Harold used to get and it works well here. Mickey gets a few final moments with his peers although the absence of Callum stands out a mile.

The teen group seems to be well and truly fractured here after Donna's attempt at a reconciliation goes wrong.Again Declan seems to be the brighter out of himself and Bridget, not taken in for a minute by Donna's show of ignorance.He also has a point about Donna failing to take note of the dairy rule, although he does labour it rather.The conclusion is rather surprising and pleasingly so:Instead of blaming Ringo and Zeke for mentioning the war, Donna belatedly blows her top at Declan and Bridget for making the comments in the first place.

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