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Declan sees Andrew peeped in Paul's computer, is sworn to secrecy about his precarious position but follows Lucas's dubious advice to warn Rebecca just to put her feelings first. She ... See full summary »

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Donna Freedman
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Ringo Brown (credit only)
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Kate Ramsay
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Harry Ramsay
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Sophie 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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Charlie Hoyland (credit only)
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Summer Hoyland
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Lucas Fitzgerald
Ryan Moloney ...
Toadfish Rebecchi
Morgan Baker ...
Callum Jones
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Declan sees Andrew peeped in Paul's computer, is sworn to secrecy about his precarious position but follows Lucas's dubious advice to warn Rebecca just to put her feelings first. She absurdly expects Paul to tell her the next evening, failing that considers him a liar and asks Toadie's help to get out of the PiratesNet contract and possibly file for divorce. Paul feels betrayed by Declan and turns to Andrew again. Kate's first history lesson is a complete failure as Libby and Harry together can't help her keep order with Scott 'Griffo' Griffin or even just rascal Callum. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You told me so that I'd tell her"
19 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

An interesting exploration of ethics here, as Paul ends up at odds with Rebecca and Declan, who are being open and honest, while Andrew takes his side in order to manipulate the situation.Declan actually realises that's what Andrew's doing but knows he has to tell Rebecca about Paul's finances anyway.Rebecca's responses seem slightly extreme, despite her claim that extreme is all Paul understands, threatening him with legal action and divorce proceedings in order to force him to tell her the truth.Oddly, the recap makes Paul's situation a lot clearer than the end of the previous episode did.

Kate somehow ends up working at the school as a student teacher after only a few weeks at uni and less than six months after she was a student there herself.There's a nice exploration of her relationship with Harry, who despite being humiliated by her understands she needs to fight her own battles, and she does a good job of putting Griffo in his place.Callum comes across as a pain and Kate ends up looking like the bad guy because she tries to put an end to his behaviour.


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