Neighbours (1985– )
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While Ringo tries to patch up peace, rivals Naomi and Donna plus ally Kate scheme back-stabbing each-other. The new principal, Michael Williams, laughs at haughty predecessor Libby's ... See full summary »

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Kate Ramsay
Will Moore ...
Harry Ramsay (credit only)
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Sophie Ramsay
Alan Fletcher ...
Dr. Karl Kennedy (credit only)
Matthew Werkmeister ...
Zeke Kinski (credit only)
Kym Valentine ...
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Charlie Hoyland (credit only)
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While Ringo tries to patch up peace, rivals Naomi and Donna plus ally Kate scheme back-stabbing each-other. The new principal, Michael Williams, laughs at haughty predecessor Libby's tyrannical blind discipline and instructs neophyte Kate to try interactive teaching, especially with Callum, who even gets to 'teach a lecture'. Donna sees Naomi hug 'brother' Bradley, but failed to make her homework before telling Ringo, so she looks dumb and mean. Written by KGF Vissers

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"She doesn't need to stalk.She's got what she wants."
22 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Naomi continues to play games in what seems like a rather unnecessary fashion, trying to drive a wedge between Ringo and an ultra-suspicious Donna by setting her up to make accusations she can easily refute.Of course, Donna must have left her brain at home to fall into the trap so she probably deserves to end up looking like a fool.Ringo spends most of the episode completely oblivious to the fact that everyone around him is lying.

The episode also introduces Michael Williams, the new laid-back school principal...perhaps a bit too laid-back.His method of "helping" Kate is somewhat curious, basically telling her to hand the class over to the pupils for a day.Fair enough, they seem to enjoy it but is he really suggesting she should ignore what she's supposed to be teaching them and just let them do whatever they want?


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