Neighbours (1985– )
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Now Tasha's fake pregnancy has been exposed, nobody can stand her, even Michael needs physical distance. Andrew seeks comfort with Paul and Summer, who still leans on Chris. Mark sees ... See full summary »

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Kate Ramsay
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Alan Fletcher ...
Dr. Karl Kennedy (credit only)
Matthew Werkmeister ...
Zeke Kinski (credit only)
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Charlie Hoyland (credit only)
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Summer Hoyland
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Ryan Moloney ...
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Sonya Mitchell
Morgan Baker ...
Callum Jones (credit only)
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Scott McGregor ...
Gemma Pranita ...
Jade Mitchell
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Now Tasha's fake pregnancy has been exposed, nobody can stand her, even Michael needs physical distance. Andrew seeks comfort with Paul and Summer, who still leans on Chris. Mark sees trough Kate and instigator Jade's efforts to wipe a message from his voice-mail, yet deletes the love-declaration unread himself. Written by KGF Vissers

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"How come every woman you know is hot?"
19 April 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So, the fallout from Tash's baby lie begins.And curiously, the most sympathetic characters are Tasha and Andrew.As a result, there showdown is perhaps one of the best moments of the episode and actually leaves Tash shaken, since Andrew does have the right to have a go at her.Tash standing up to Summer at the start is another great moment and it's hard to sympathise with Summer who, for all Chris' talk of "beating herself up", largely seems interested in self-justification.Michael gets one good moment facing down Paul but otherwise slips back into bad parent mode and refuses to do anything about any of it.

The other plot line of Kate and Jade trying to delete a message from Mark's phone is semi-interesting, although it does get a typically pat "You only had to ask" ending.Perhaps the most notable thing is that the difference between British and Australian slang means that the UK audience momentarily thinks Jade's planning to fence Mark's stuff.


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