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After more hate-mail and threats, Susan initially decides not to attend the next media lecture, but home support changes her mind. Professor John Bradley agrees to delay official ... 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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Sophie Ramsay
Sandy Winton ...
Michael Williams
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Natasha Williams
Jackie Woodburne ...
Susan Kennedy
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Karl Kennedy
Matthew Werkmeister ...
Zeke Kinski
Kym Valentine ...
Libby Kennedy
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Ben Fitzgerald
Carla Bonner ...
Stephanie Scully
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Charlie Hoytland (credit only)
Jordy Lucas ...
Summer Hoyland
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Lucas Fitzgerald
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After more hate-mail and threats, Susan initially decides not to attend the next media lecture, but home support changes her mind. Professor John Bradley agrees to delay official proceedings and lets her give a lecture on bullying. Callum and Ben decide to try cheering up Susan by performing stand-up comedy, but stink at it. Andrew teaches Callum the real thing, but Michael has his doubts about some material and Steph forbids it altogether. Written by KGF Vissers

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stand up comedy | stalking | bully | See All (3) »

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25 June 2010 (Australia)  »

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"I've got to teach Callum about true comedy"
13 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Susan's bullying storyline seems to fall over the edge into melodrama here, as she's suddenly reduced to a gibbering wreck on the basis of a few pranks, some silly messages and a guy following her.Maybe.Of course, Karl and Libby seem to be being equally dramatic.The award for the silliest scene comes of Susan hysterically typing for her stalker to leave her alone while her expression doesn't move much beyond mildly concerned.

Elsewhere, Callum embarks on a new career as a stand-up comic.There's some nice material for Andrew here as he surprisingly finds himself in the role of mentor, while Natasha's involvement is hopefully a case of interesting character development rather than someone needing to make up their episode quota.The relationship between Steph and Callum oddly seems to have reverted back to how it was before the wedding and it would help if we were actually told what the "adult material" that's supposed to be so shocking actually is.


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