On Neighbours, Izzy Hoyland (played by guest actress Natalie Bassingthwaighte) pretends to be a new person and exhibits outward signs of passionate love for Mal Kennedy (Benji McNair).
But has the formerly dweller of Ramsay Street indeed changed her evil ways?
The Australian soap opera’s Izzy had yet another chance encounter with Shane Ramsay (Peter O’Brien) in this episode.
Businessman Shane is poised to take over as the Lassiters Hotel’s proprietor as the present owner, Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis), prepares to make a new beginning in New York.
Will Izzy be tempted to go too far while being mesmerised by Shane’s wealth?
Terese Willis’ irate outburst has left Glen Donnelly (Richard Huggett) in shock (Rebekah Elmaloglou).
Terese lost her temper over her ex, Paul, again again, and vented her resentment on Glen.
Glen experiences a sad epiphany on his own relationship with Terese after seeing how she is still so protective of Paul despite their divorce being virtually finalised.
Glen makes a significant choice.
How will this affect Terese and Glen’s intentions to move to River Bend and manage the eco-retreat, though?
When Chris Pappas (James Mason) and Annie Robinson (Harlow Ireland), their daughter, arrive for a visit from New York, Lucy Robinson (Melissa Bell) is overjoyed.
You may recall that Chris, a gay mechanic at a garage, struggled to accept his sexuality.
Later, he started dating hospital nurse Aidan Foster.
The first openly gay coupling on the soap opera was Chris and Aidan.
At some point, Chris and his friend Lucy agreed to become parents together.
Will Leo Tanaka (Tim Kano), encouraged by the Robinson family reunion, decide to go to New York City with his father Paul and brother David (Takaya Honda)?
On Channel 5, Neighbours airs every day at 1:45 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.