Neighbours: Season 1, Episode 436

Episode #1.436 (2 Mar. 1987)

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Madge is forced to apologize to Henry after Jim tells her he won $60 fair and square by beating him, rather than stealing it from Shane and Paul at darts and Des receives bad news over the phone.

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Madge is forced to apologize to Henry after Jim tells her he won $60 fair and square by beating him, rather than stealing it from Shane and Paul at darts and Des receives bad news over the phone.

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