Monday, May 20, 2024

‘Neighbours’ spoilers: Baby Abigail is rushed to hospital…


After his infant daughter Abigail’s accident at Number 32 on Neighbours, Leo Tanaka (played by Tim Kano) is in a horrible fright.

David (Takaya Honda), Leo’s medical brother, takes command of the emergency situation, and baby Abigail is taken to Erinsborough Hospital.

As he waits for more information concerning Abigail, Leo is overwhelmed by remorse and fear.

If only he’d been paying more attention to the baby.


In the aftermath of his lover Britney’s death, David and his husband, Aaron Brennan (Matt Wilson), recognise it as yet another evidence that Leo is struggling to cope with both parenting and running his winery.

Is Leo on the verge of exploding?

Levi Canning (Richie Morris) and Freya Wozniak, the new girl in town, appear to be in love (Phoebe Roberts).

So far, Freya has largely been interrogating police officer Levi about his past while maintaining a shroud of secrecy around herself.


However, Levi makes an SURPRISE discovery when Freya joins Levi and several of the neighbours for a typical Ramsay Street cricket match!

Ned Willis (Ben Hall) reveals something he said to Freya regarding why she came to Erinsborough in the first place during an earlier chat.

When Levi presses Freya for more information, she seems to change the subject far too quickly!

Is Freya deceiving everyone around her with her lies?


Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton) is going through a rough patch.

After the Flamingo Bar was destroyed in the recent hurricane, she lost her position as manager.

Amy fell in pain and was brought to the hospital just as she was about to launch her new food truck business…

On top of that, her adolescent daughter, Zara Selwyn (Freya Van Dyke), is causing a slew of problems!

Toadie Rebecchi (Ryan Maloney), Amy’s long-time buddy, comes to the rescue just as Amy is about to suffer an emotional breakdown.

Will Toadie be able to assist Amy in her time of need?


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