Neighbours (1985– )
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Ajay prays, at first sight in vain, that police superintendent Hayes may have a 'good day' and let the Turners off without trial. Bailey is suitably terrified, says the right things and ... See full summary »

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Kate Ramsay
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Kyle Canning (as Christopher Milligan)
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Sheila Canning
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Georgia Brooks
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Josef Brown ...
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Ajay prays, at first sight in vain, that police superintendent Hayes may have a 'good day' and let the Turners off without trial. Bailey is suitably terrified, says the right things and gets off with a stern warning. Father grimly counts himself 'lucky' to be demoted to senior constable, losing twenty years of his career but job nor freedom. Maso is delighted for them, yet scared to death he may not be able to cope if tried and convicted to adult prison. Kyle is puzzled when just after even Sheila gives them her blessing, Georgia again leaves his hot-tub with a feeble excuse. this time she's scared to tell him she applied for an overseas relief nursing course, despite an earlier promise to stay with him. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Georgia, it is a big deal.You're lying to your boyfriend."
10 June 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Most of this episode is fine but the ending just leaves a bad taste in the mouth, with Paul's hypocrisy and the dreadful use of continuity. It's a laugh to have Paul accuse the Turners of getting preferential treatment when he's yet again suffered no consequences whatsoever for his latest crime and is now eyeing up his next victims.And as for the sledgehammer subtle references to Brad Willis and the rather pointless appearance by Lucy, it all seems a horrible waste and leaves the audience with the absurd idea that a 90s himbo could end up as a school teacher.

Before that, we get a good return appearance by Hayes and some fairly decent No.26 stuff, although more trouble between Kyle and Georgia has long passed the point of being entertaining.Kate and Mason continue to be good together but Paul ruins even that.


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