Neighbours (1985– )
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Karl's embarrassment over demanding Dr. Doug berating his rusty techniques seems to peek having forgot his beeper, but finding it proves much worse: he catches Libby kissing Doug, whom she ... See full summary »

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Ringo Brown (credit only)
Will Moore ...
Harry Ramsay (credit only)
Alan Fletcher ...
Matthew Werkmeister ...
Kym Valentine ...
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Carla Bonner ...
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Tom Oliver ...
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Callum Jones (credit only)
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Karl's embarrassment over demanding Dr. Doug berating his rusty techniques seems to peek having forgot his beeper, but finding it proves much worse: he catches Libby kissing Doug, whom she only just found out being dad's boss. The two Nicks get the verdict after Karl convinces Donna to read and pass the paternity test results, which are as she hoped: not crook Nicholas but considerate Nixon. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Hi, Dad"
15 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Surprisingly, the storyline of "Who's Donna's father?" gets resolved quickly, with a happy ending for Donna and Nick.It's something of a relief in that the viewer is worried it's going to be strung out. Ironically, in their own way both of Donna's potential fathers influence her decision and despite his past Nicholas is sympathetic.

The other plot line provokes a mixed response.There's some nice humour to be had from Libby's bumbling behaviour, from her hurting her hand on a punch bag to meeting her dream man dressed in a tracksuit and with tomato ketchup on her face.And Kym Valentine's facial expressions when Libby realises that Doug's on the phone to Karl just have to be seen to be believed.But the comedy of manners, with Libby's attempt to stop the two men in her lives meeting thankfully ending quickly, is spoilt somewhat by the involvement of Toadie and Steph, which probably isn't going to advance their storyline at all but is instead going to involve them lying to and betraying the people closest to them again.


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