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Now Paul remembers who pushed him, Declan urges ma to pack and flee north. Kate's nagging makes him confess he pushed Paul, but Rebecca can't stand him taking the blame and decides to turn ... See full summary »

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Lucas Fitzgerald (credit only)
Jane Hall ...
Rebecca Robinson
Erin Mullally ...
Declan Napier
Alia Devercelli ...
India Napier (as Alia De Vercelli)
Gab Devercelli ...
India Napier (as Gabriella De Vercelli)
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Paul Robinson
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Andrew Robinson
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Donna Brown
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Ringo Brown
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Kate Ramsay
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Kyle Canning (credit only)
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Chris Pappas (credit only)
Sandy Winton ...
Michael Williams (credit only)
Tom Oliver ...
Lou Carpenter (credit only)
Jackie Woodburne ...
Susan Kennedy
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Now Paul remembers who pushed him, Declan urges ma to pack and flee north. Kate's nagging makes him confess he pushed Paul, but Rebecca can't stand him taking the blame and decides to turn herself in just to spare Kate an obstruction of justice charge. Despite Ringo's warning he did'n marry his ma, Donna insists to cook a 'feast' for the Kennedys, which turns out even more inedible then exotic and ambitious, then cheats by serving catered food. Written by KGF Vissers

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"We will never get away from Paul"
15 November 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So, we finally find out Who Pushed Paul.Not exactly an earth shattering revelation and doesn't really cast anyone in a particular good light:In fact, it's telling that the attempted murderer is the most sympathetic person in the storyline.Declan is increasingly coming across as a bully, only a step away from threatening and blackmailing Kate to keep quiet.Kate herself never steps off the moral high ground, having apparently taken Rebecca's place as the one who doesn't notice Paul's a monster.And it's hard to shake the feeling this is going to be a huge anti-climax.

The subplot of Donna cooking a meal for the Kennedys never quite gets past the fact that, as usual, everyone seems to think cooking a meal means doing something complicated with ingredients people have never heard of.Doesn't help that she decides to intrude on Kate yet again, although it is at Ringo's suggestion.The Kennedys standing there watching her doesn't put them in a good light either.


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