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Rosie feels guilty for not wanting a baby in the first place and now just denies it all. Frazer fights for her health, but Sam makes it even worse by encouraging her to demand a second ... See full summary »

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James Sorensen ... Declan Napier
Tom Oliver ... Lou Carpenter (credit only)
... Paul Robinson (credit only)
... Dr. Karl Kennedy (credit only)
... Zeke Kinski
... Ben Kirk (credit only)
Jesse Rosenfeld ... Marco Silvani
Natalie Saleeba ... Rosetta Cammeniti
... Frazer Yeats
... Ringo Brown
... Oliver Barnes
... Daniel Fitzgerald
... Ned Parker (credit only)
... Mickey Gannon (credit only)
... Steve Parker
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Rosie feels guilty for not wanting a baby in the first place and now just denies it all. Frazer fights for her health, but Sam makes it even worse by encouraging her to demand a second opinion, even uses emotional blackmail to get Dan on their side. The boys let off some steam at Aussie football practice, including two newcomers, gentile Chris Knight and John Carter, who seems to have issues with Riley. Written by KGF Vissers

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14 April 2008 (Australia)  »

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Ringo: [on the footie practice] So once they've beaten each other up, then what?
Dan: Well, the selectors'll have an easy job.
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"There is no pregnancy"
3 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

A deeply involved morality play where it's hard to tell who's in the right.Is Rosie trusting her instincts or is she just being delusional? Is Frazer accepting the inevitable or is he just being intransigent? Certainly Frazer behaves in an aggressive fashion towards Sam but then if she is giving Rosie false hope he might have reason to.It's all very well Rosie asking for a second opinion but what if it doesn't tell her what she wants? With this complex psycho-drama going on, there's little room for anything else.An overly macho practise session provides yet another opportunity to confuse Riley and Ty, who have now started sharing scenes.And it seems Neighbours has run out of members of the Hemsworth clan to offer parts to so they've started using them a second time.And almost imperceptibly, Ringo's decision to turn down some food sets alarm bells ringing.


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