Neighbours: Season 1, Episode 6,304

Episode #1.6304 (1 Dec. 2011)

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Andrew is back home and soon finds Chris was right to warn it's impossible to hide his embarrassing tattoo from Summer. In fact that only made her suspicious enough to spy on his cellphone ... See full summary »

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Alan Fletcher ...
Ryan Moloney ...
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Sandy Winton ...
Michael Williams (credit only)
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Summer Hoyland
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Kyle Canning (as Christopher Milligan)
Benjamin Barber ...
Rhys Lawson (as Ben Barber)
Luke Pegler ...
James Saunders ...
Tony Rickards ...
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Laura Speedy ...
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Andrew is back home and soon finds Chris was right to warn it's impossible to hide his embarrassing tattoo from Summer. In fact that only made her suspicious enough to spy on his cellphone pictures and suspect a beach affair. When gross bigot Warren Burrell accompanies his still demeaned, yet charming son Blake to pick up his car, Lucas explicitly sides with Chris on gay rights. Rhys and Kyle plan a farewell party for Dane. Toadie feared for his job after Lucas's refusal to sell, but law firm boss Peter Noonan offers tenure anyhow after making the client fire the foreman who broke into the garage. Written by KGF Vissers

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"What's Chris' idea of a good story anyway?"
26 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well, Toadie and Peter offer an explanation for Lucas' problems.Whether it's actually the truth remains to be seen.

Given how badly he was handled last time, the show really didn't need another appearance by Warren.On the plus side, it does show some character development for both Lucas and Chris but he still remains fairly two-dimensional as far as politically incorrect idiots go.His son Blake makes his debut and there's a nice connection between him and Chris building.

Presumably the scenes where Summer gets first paranoid and then cheery over what Andrew got up to at schoolies are supposed to be cute.But that requires the audience to dismiss her recent actions as easily as they do, which isn't necessarily going to happen.


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