Neighbours (1985– )
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After Lucas takes Dan's cue and owes up that Johnno's sabotage was meant as payback for his gambling debts, Steph meanly turns on him and Elle doubts him completely. By the time both regret... See full summary »

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Carla Bonner ...
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Charlie Hoytland (credit only)
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Ben Kirk (credit only)
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Ryan Moloney ...
Morgan Baker ...
James Sorensen ...
Declan Napier (credit only)
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Paul Robinson (credit only)
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Katie Ramsay
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Sophie Ramsay
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After Lucas takes Dan's cue and owes up that Johnno's sabotage was meant as payback for his gambling debts, Steph meanly turns on him and Elle doubts him completely. By the time both regret his plan to flee alone, seeing Steph comfort-hug him makes Elle decide to stop protecting him. Orphan Callum makes clear he appreciates Kate as a 'mother' type rather then a girlfriend. Written by KGF Vissers

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sabotage | gambling | hugging | See All (3) »

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Drama | Romance

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7 August 2009 (Australia)  »

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"I haven't run out on anyone, all right?I stayed and I told the truth."
9 October 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Continuing the same plot lines from yesterday...well, more or less.And with the same absence of annoying characters, aside from Steph who seems to be acting more like a drama queen every episode.Her hissy fit at Lucas seems to be prompted by very little although she does eventually apologise.Unfortunately, their moment of reconciliation prompts Elle to once again prove that the pen is mightier than the sword.

The storyline of Callum's "crush" continues and ends up going in a surprising direction as it turns out he actually likes hanging around Kate because he likes having a mother figure.Toadie's mild embarrassment at the omission is nicely played and the moment when he ruffles Callum's hair and Callum replies "Not even close" is a good comedy moment.There's a nice sibling relationship between Kate and Harry who are finally starting to treat each over as equals and a good bonding moment between Callum and Sophie.But Kate's only seventeen?Why are three minors living unsupervised?

And there's a bit of Donna in here, which is always nice to have.Her scene with Kate is a nice moment from two characters who don't interact very often and she and Karl could have a fatherly relationship if they try.


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