Neighbours (1985– )
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Now Lou is back, lovers find it increasingly difficult to be alone long enough to get physical. Dr. Doug wisely ignores Libby absurd claim to a parking spot and laughs at her pitiful ... See full summary »

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Lucas Fitzgerald (credit only)
Ryan Moloney ...
Toadfish Rebecchi
Morgan Baker ...
Callum Jones (credit only)
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Ringo Brown (credit only)
James Sorensen ...
Declan Napier
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Paul Robinson (credit only)
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Andrew Robinson
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Donna Freedman
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Kate Ramsay
Will Moore ...
Harry Ramsay
Jackie Woodburne ...
Susan Kennedy
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Dr. Karl Kennedy (credit only)
Matthew Werkmeister ...
Zeke Kinski (credit only)
Kym Valentine ...
Libby Kennedy
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Ben Fitzgerald
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Now Lou is back, lovers find it increasingly difficult to be alone long enough to get physical. Dr. Doug wisely ignores Libby absurd claim to a parking spot and laughs at her pitiful revenge attempt, yet is the one to generously make up. Donna discovers she called still unsuspecting presumed dad Nick a sleazbag for 'cheating' an his wife who died two years ago. Written by KGF Vissers

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"After everything I've done, how can I possibly say no to anything she asks?"
4 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

Libby manages to be even scarier than she was in the previous episode, obsessing about Steph's pregnancy as if it's a substitute for the baby she didn't have.There's a weird moment between Toadie and Steph where they act like a couple even when there's no-one around to see.The pairing of Libby and Doug is a bit contrived and seems to be there mainly to propel Libby closer to the truth.

There's a mildly amusing subplot about Declan and Kate struggling to find time alone together.It's nice to see them allowed to just relax and be a couple after all the angst but the plot line doesn't really go anywhere.The Donna/Nick confusion gets played out exactly the way everyone expected it to yet it still doesn't give Donna the impetus to finally tell the truth.


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