Neighbours (1985– )
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Chris senses that Andrew, who denies, broodingly worries since Paul's warning that Summer might stifle him if driven away by the Kennedy separation. Malcolm encourages Karl, who is looking ... See full summary »

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Jackie Woodburne ...
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Kyle Canning (credit only)
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Rhys Lawson (credit only)
Gemma Pranita ...
Jade Mitchell
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Summer Hoyland
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Lucas Fitzgerald (credit only)
Sandy Winton ...
Michael Williams (credit only)
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Benjamin McNair ...
Malcolm Kennedy (as Benjie McNair)
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Morgan Baker ...
Callum Jones (credit only)
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Chris senses that Andrew, who denies, broodingly worries since Paul's warning that Summer might stifle him if driven away by the Kennedy separation. Malcolm encourages Karl, who is looking for an apartment, to seek a hobby, such as music in the men's shed. Getting Karl's admission he only proposed a separation out of frustration over insecurity, Malcolm cancels his plan to fly back to London and exchanges lusty glances with exercising Jade. Tash is determined to give up contacting aunt Emilia, but Summer gets the gang to take an interest in her Serbian cultural heritage and Chris's sharp eye for cars spots they're being watched by one in which Tasha recognizes Emilia, who hastily takes off. Written by KGF Vissers

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male bonding | embarrassment | See All (2) »

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"Everything under control, eh?"
4 November 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There's some nice stuff between Karl and Malcolm, with the latter being properly supportive as he attempts to get his head around his parents' split.Unfortunately, the sudden spark between him and Jade seems to be occupying his attention just as much.

There's some good material for the teens, especially the byplay between Summer and Tasha.Summer's back to being pushy but it works better here since she's obviously just looking for a distraction.Andrew once more doubts his ability to support her, receiving a lecture from Chris. There's a fantastic bit of foreshadowing too, as Chris' innocuous comment on a nearby car turns out, in the closing moments, to be very relevant indeed...


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