Wednesday 21 March

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Callum wrestles with keeping Sophie’s secret but, when Toadie unwittingly confirms Sophie’s fear she’ll be sent into foster care, he resolves to stay quiet. Losing hope that Kate will return, Callum’s buoyed when she finally does. Now confident her return will bring Sophie home, Callum reveals she’s staying at Rani’s and they make it to her in time.

As the DHS meeting fast approaches, Paul prepares their game plan, assuming Kate will continue being Sophie’s guardian. Discussing what made Kate come home, the sisters’ stories don’t add up, and Callum’s forced to admit the pleading email to Kate came from him. While Sophie’s hurt that she hasn’t returned of her own accord, Kate’s annoyed that her sister is being irrational, putting the pair at odds once again. Kate and Sophie reluctantly hear each other out, coming to the tragic realisation that living together is toxic for both of them. Paul stalls Roz as the DHS meeting begins, only for Kate and Sophie to arrive and declare they no longer want to live together. But where will Sophie go?

Rhys suspects his superior, Jessica, is developing a romantic interest in Karl, and begins to worry that their closeness could put his own career in jeopardy. When Susan interrupts Karl and Jessica’s lunch, Rhys hopes things will get uncomfortable. But with the three of them getting along, Rhys realises he’s going to be up against it now more than ever. What more can he do to keep his career on track?

Next

  • Thu 22 Mar

    Challenged to take on the legal guardianship of Sophie, Paul wonders whether he is up to the job.

Previous

  • Tue 20 Mar

    With Sophie's whereabouts unknown, Paul begins to fear the outcome of the DHS meeting.

  • Mon 19 Mar

    As Kate steps up her travel plans, an unexpected e-mail from Sophie forces her to choose between Dominic and her sister.

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  • Claire

    2 years ago

    Claire

    I think I might upset a few peeps here - one person in particular :)) but I didn't get the fascination with Mark Brennan, I found him really dull and square - sorry guys!!

  • Meg

    2 years ago

    Meg

    ah yeah, I thought after I wrote that that Brandon didnt sound quite right. At least im not a total neighbours geek!. Yay for Brennan coming back, I liked him and he was v.hot. Still though, Kate doesnt know thats the case so doesnt change what i said about the issue being resolved beter if she had told Sophie about Brennan.

  • GillianH81

    2 years ago

    GillianH81

    @Meg, Kate's boyfriend was called Mark Brennan not Brandon and he isn't really dead, his death is a cover up to keep him safe in witness protection.

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  • Meg

    2 years ago

    Meg

    Im more on Sophies side too. Lots of people call Sophie selfish but i see Kate as the more selfish one. Sophie is just acting out because she got really hurt by the one person who mattered to her the most (Kate) when she found out Kate kissed the guy she had a crush on and Kate hasnt said much about it to her. Kate is going through this 'I dont want to be the responsible one' phase at the worst moment for Sophie, just after being really hurt by her. I reckon it could have been resolved earlier and better if Kate had said to her that she kissed him because she was upset over Brandon dying. I dont think it would put her in danger. As for Kate saying that nothing she did was for her, what about her wanting Sophie to up and leave so she could go with Brandon? .. I just might get into neighbours too much.

  • GillianH81

    2 years ago

    GillianH81

    Kate needs to be a sister to Sophie not a mother. As Kate said, she has basically done everything for Sophie and Harry ever since there mum died. being the mother figure, Kate has had the time to spend with Sophie like a sister should. The scene were Kate & Sophie said 'I love you' was very emotional. living separately is the best thing for Sophie and Kate.

  • chrispman

    2 years ago

    chrispman

    It was said sophie would be taken away,...well i really wish she would be taken away... far far away of our t.v. screen, & take that air head of a sister with you, just how that irrisponsible girl became sophie's gardian i will never know, only in neighbours land.

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  • Blanche

    2 years ago

    Blanche

    I think we all realise it's a soap! Sophie's self esteem was shatter when her perfect older sister showed some flaws and made a mistake. Sophie's self esteem is so tied up with her older sister that, when that boy didn't want her but her perfect older sister, she broke. Have a heart she's a young girl with strong emotions, learning about being human. It's a hard walk we all have to walk. I like Sophie and Kate, and I think it's a good storyline, considering most of the others are dull, dull, dull. However, it's good to see the doc puppet master's nose knocked out of joint!! More of that please...

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  • tom61

    2 years ago

    tom61

    Sophie needs to go. Her storylines have run their course, and I agree all she ever does is pull her face. As does Lucas, he spends more time in the coffee shop and charlies than he actually does doing any work, and dont even get me started on him working at the school! Get rid, and get some fresh characters in!

  • Ag

    2 years ago

    Ag

    Did Sophie pull that face when the wind changed? If she had more than one expression she might not do my head in quite so much!

  • thea

    2 years ago

    thea

    @poeticprincess - the whole point of a soap is that you get into it and associate with the characters, sounds like someone isn't getting the most out of neighbours :p

  • melissa

    2 years ago

    melissa

    i understand that kate has been through a hard time losing her mum - but a promise should be a promise, you either apply to be a guardian and stick to it or don't say it at all. If this had been toadie suddenly saying he didn't want callum anymore because he wanted to focus on his career he would suddenly become a horrid person. Instead it is Kate who is the bad guy so have a bit of sympathy for sophie, have a bit of heart

  • poeticprincess

    2 years ago

    poeticprincess

    jeez its just a fictional character calm down!

  • janine

    2 years ago

    janine

    having to put up with living with kate would cause anyone to go a bit mad! being that age and being constantly around someone who lies and is manipulative and selfish isn't going to set you up for a great start. shes a bit annoying, but overall, i pity sophie

  • shydzz

    2 years ago

    shydzz

    sophie has brought everything on herself, she needs to grow up !!&& start acting like her age and not a brat! breakin a toilet and mirror doesnt make you a tough girl!!!!

  • Adam

    2 years ago

    Adam

    Someone kill Sophii off the show

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