Neighbours (1985– )
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Told people only donate to successful initiatives, Rhys sold his car for $20,000. When Vanessa suspects he's the generous mystery donor and sees him cycling, he pretends his car is at the ... See full summary »

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Jackie Woodburne ...
Alan Fletcher ...
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Benjamin Barber ...
Rhys Lawson (as Ben Barber)
Kirsty Child ...
Carmel Tyler
Lucas MacFarlane ...
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Colette Mann ...
Sheila Canning
Valentina Novakovic ...
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Vanessa Villante
Jarred Taylor ...
Matt Kleinman
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Told people only donate to successful initiatives, Rhys sold his car for $20,000. When Vanessa suspects he's the generous mystery donor and sees him cycling, he pretends his car is at the dealership. Tasha refuses to share tips, until cunning Sheila proves her 'Canning charm' earns more. Andrew gets confirmation that's a setup, but keeps silent, impressed and amused. Carmel decides to return her and sort out her post-marital future. Karl and Susan are almost reunited during a romantic dinner he hosts full of parenting nostalgia. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Not controlling at all"
19 February 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Not a lot happens in this episode when you sit down and think about it. Vanessa nearly finds out Rhys is her benefactor but doesn't.Karl and Susan nearly kiss but don't.And Tasha and Sheila argue about tips.

The first of those isn't really developed or interesting enough to hold the attention.The second is enlivened slightly by the involvement of Carmel, who doesn't really seem to have any reason to stick around but seems to notice the fact that Karl and Susan don't know they've split up more than they do.What follows is a load of rebonding over shared history of the kind we've seen every time they split up and it's probably heading for the inevitable reset button.

As for the last one...well, Sheila can be a hard character to stomach at times and she's pretty variable here.Only the brief interaction between Andrew and Tasha as a quasi-Greek chorus really hits the mark here.


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