Neighbours (1985– )
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Kyle accidentally spills coffee on newcomer Gemma Reeves and treats her to a better cup and his shirt, only to be rudely scolded as if a predator before they find out not being just ... See full summary »

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Jackie Woodburne ...
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Georgia Brooks
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Kyle Canning (as Christopher Milligan)
Josef Brown ...
Kate Kendall ...
Lauren Turner
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Amber Turner
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Rebekah Elmaloglou ...
Terese Willis
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Gemma Reeves
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Alan Hopgood ...
Jack Lassiter (archive footage)
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Kyle accidentally spills coffee on newcomer Gemma Reeves and treats her to a better cup and his shirt, only to be rudely scolded as if a predator before they find out not being just strangers. Matt demands a parents meeting to coordinate resistance against teenager kids Josh and Amber 'going further', scared by her mishap with Johnno, but nobody else can seriously compare gentle Josh to such a fiend, so Josh gets off with a clearly hardly heartfelt paternal lecture. Paul has a subpoena for breech of contract drawn up by Tim and served to Georgia, but cancels it after hearing Jack Lassiter died, leaving not behind and alone. Written by KGF Vissers

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7 October 2013 (Australia)  »

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"If Josh and Amber want to take things further, there's nothing we can do to stop them"
4 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Josh and Amber storyline on this is patently absurd.Not only the rather twee and bland romance but the way their parents act like they're straight out of the 1950s and treat the prospect of two seventeen-year-olds having sex as if it's the end of civilisation.Brad is the only one talking a modicum of sense but we're probably meant to disagree with him, whereas Matt decides to revert to neanderthal type, Lauren starts off well but soon gets sanctimonious and Terese, like the viewer, can't take it seriously.

The resolution of Paul and Georgia's storyline is somewhat disappointing.We're presumably meant to be cheering when Paul lets Georgia off the hook, even though she was in the wrong.The death of Jack Lassiter is a rather weak plot device to facilitate Paul's abrupt change of mood.Plus the introduction of Gemma, who seems a bit crazy.


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