Thursday 12 July

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Seeing Rhys flirting with Tiffany, Vanessa finally cracks and spontaneously invites him over for dinner. Rhys is nervous enough, and Vanessa does her best to give in to her attraction to him. But when Rhys has a strong, allergic reaction to one of the ingredients in the meal, his determination not to ruin his chances sees him covering it up. With Vanessa furious when she realises he's kept quiet about his complaint, Rhys’s apology touches her heart, and the couple finally close in on a kiss – only to be interrupted by Lucas.

Fired up about the custody battle, Callum goes to throw a rock through Troy’s window, only for Lucas to stop him in his tracks. Callum’s frustrated by his helplessness, but Sophie inadvertently makes him realise that he can fix this. Seeking out Troy, Callum makes him an offer: if he calls off the dogs, he’ll agree to spend time with him. Will his plan pay off?

While Susan’s happy with the new integrity of Erinsborough News, Paul worries about slipping sales and loss of advertising revenue. Pressured to produce more popular content, Susan asks unenthusiastic Summer to write a dating column. Seeing her reluctance, Andrew suggests she do a bad job so that Susan won’t ask her again. Summer’s tempted, but can she go through with it?

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    Zoe proposes a way for Paul to improve his image, but can he swallow his pride to see it through?

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  • Wed 11 Jul

    Toadie leads his family into a mediation session, hoping Jade’s testimony against Troy will win their case.

  • Tue 10 Jul

    Guilt-ridden over their kiss, Kyle immediately shuts Kate down and resolves to tell Jade the truth.

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Comments (8)

  • rosie

    almost 2 years ago

    rosie

    troy kinda reminds me of lucas... similar voice and looks sometimes

  • sara

    almost 2 years ago

    sara

    vanessa and rhys make a cute couple, hope it works out for them

  • Anthony

    almost 2 years ago

    Anthony

    This troy story is ridiculous. It's frustratingly stupid. Didn't this all start after Troy trespassed on their property, refused to leave and Toadie hit him? That could easily be seen as 'I felt he was a danger to my family' or 'defending my property'. It's so stupid.

  • Carly

    almost 2 years ago

    Carly

    The whole Troy custody thing is tosh. Callum is 14, right? Unless Australian laws are still in the middle ages, there is no way any judge would force a 14 year old to spend time with an absent parent against their will. It just doesn't happen. I know it makes for a more exciting storyline but seriously...

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  • Anon

    almost 2 years ago

    Anon

    Toadie adopted Callum so Troy shouldnt' have any rights!!!

  • NeilGraham

    almost 2 years ago

    NeilGraham

    I was in exactly the same unfortunate position, also my Sister was, in 1985 (I was 12 yrs old, she was 9). Our case went to a full Custody Hearing, and it's not a pleasant business. Same arguments, unfit Mother, etc. My Father didn't win the case.

  • NeilGraham

    almost 2 years ago

    NeilGraham

    I rather like the way Neighbours has "Upped it's Game", since it moved to Channel 5. The storylines about the Access rights of Troy, to see Callum are gripping, and it shows that Neighbours is finally starting to tackle Adult Issues, something it never did in the past.

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