Neighbours: Season 1, Episode 5,998

Episode #1.5998 (25 Aug. 2010)

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Ringo's wedding goes on romantically after all, even if Lucas's traffic tickets cause the bride to arrive by police car. Andrew expects major gratitude from Paul, who shockingly dismisses ... See full summary »

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Tom Oliver ...
Lou Carpenter (credit only)
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Kate Ramsay
Sandy Winton ...
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Jackie Woodburne ...
Alan Fletcher ...
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Kym Valentine ...
Blake O'Leary ...
Ben Fitzgerald (credit only)
Jacob Brito ...
Charlie Hoyland (credit only)
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Summer Hoyland
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Kyle Canning (credit only)
Morgan Baker ...
Callum Jones (credit only)
Jane Hall ...
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Ringo's wedding goes on romantically after all, even if Lucas's traffic tickets cause the bride to arrive by police car. Andrew expects major gratitude from Paul, who shockingly dismisses his crucial loyalty as menial help. Tash feeds embittered Andrew's insecurity to calling Tim about Paul will, but informed by the lawyer, Paul promises to remove his son from it. Reception pranks end up with Lucas and Libby sneaking off for quick sex. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You've done stuff for him before and he hasn't thanked you.What makes you think this time is gonna be any different?"
13 October 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The problem of a series of episodes where the writers try to make everyone want to kill Paul becomes ever more obvious:Everyone wanting to kill Paul is pretty much the status quo so what makes this week so special?The confrontations between him and Andrew just feel like more of the same, although having Paul announce he's disinheriting him if a good try.

So ignore and all that and watch the fun stuff as it's Donna and Ringo's wedding!And despite some extremely post-modern and contextually illogical references to Scott and Charlene's wedding, it's actually pretty good and the vows are rather cute.Simone coming to Donna's rescue is a good if surprising moments.There's some more teasing between Rebecca and Michael and Jackie Woodburne gets to show off her comedy dancing.

And...Libby and Lucas hook up!It's disappointing that only Scott Major gets his kit off while Kym Valentine remains fully clothed but that's just a typical daft Neighbours sex scene.At least it's a fun moment for the characters.And at least she can't get pregnant.


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