Terese sees right through Paul’s plan to weasel his way back into her life on next week’s Neighbours in the UK, while Jane offers Chloe some advice.
These episodes will begin airing on Monday, October 18th.
For nearly four decades, the Robinson family has watched the ups and downs of ordinary life in Ramsay Neighborhood, but the problems they confront now are some of the most difficult the street has ever seen.
Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis), a ruthless businessman and patriarch. Paul is stuck in a rut, haunted by the prospect of yet another failed marriage.
The truth that Paul has lied, misled, and schemed his way through his two years of married happiness has been building for some time, but it finally bubbled to the surface last week.
As the truth about his role in the Tanaka baby exchange emerged, his already turbulent marriage to business partner Terese Willis became even more chaotic (Rebekah Elmaloglou).
Terese ejected her two-year-old husband from the house they’d lived in for some time in a forceful and scathing tone.
Now that he’s been banished to the Lassiters’ penthouse, Paul is having trouble coping with the prospect of yet another marriage — number six! – coming to an end. Terese takes bags of his belongings up to his room and lays the boot in one last time after finding that his scheming has persisted.
“I want a divorce,” she told Paul, who was more distraught than he’d ever been.
Paul is hoping that an idea he has would help Terese understand that she is making a mistake next week.
Paul considers a future without the woman he regards as his equal, his passion, and the love of his life as he stands alone at night, toying with his wedding ring.
The next day, he is optimistic that his strategy will succeed.
Jesse Porter (Cameron Robbie) is happier than ever when he returns to Erinsborough. Viewers will recall that he relocated to Sydney when Paul forced his son David (Takaya Honda) to intervene because he was concerned that Jesse had become too close to Terese.
Paul, his granddaughter Harlow (Jemma Donovan), and David welcome him as he exits the cab. The doctor apologizes right away for any pain or anguish he may have caused by lying.
“Life is too short for grudges,” Jesse tells David, referring to the trip as a new beginning. Jesse soon wonders where Terese is and discovers that not everything is as it seems.
“What I’ve been missing?”
When he meets up with Terese, the two discover a common ground where he realizes that moving on from his past is the only way he can live a happy life. Terese is touched by this and bids him farewell as he departs to see his mother Julie (Gail Easdale) in prison.
Paul pays Terese a call at No. 22 that afternoon. She kicks him out of the home as he attempts to sit down for a conversation. There is no need for him to be there, in her opinion. Despite Paul’s best efforts to utilize Jesse’s visit as a means of regaining Terese’s favor, she refuses. Jesse may have chosen to move on, but it does not imply she has.
Terese sees right through Paul’s schemes, and despite his heartbreak, he has no choice but to give in.
She has one last commitment to make to him. If he shows up unexpectedly again, Terese will alter the locks to prevent him from getting in… She then goes on to replace the locks shortly after.
Paul’s plan to use Jesse to clear his name appears to have backfired. Will Paul ever be able to recover Terese’s trust with his tail between his legs?
…and don’t forget about it!
The homecoming of Paul’s sister Lucy (Melissa Bell) and estranged half-brother Glen is just a few weeks away (Richard Huggett).
While details about their return in his life are scant, we suspect it has something to do with his effort to atone for his mistakes in the past.
An ultimatum has been issued somewhere in Erinsborough, and it may mean doom for one family unit.
There’s growing tension in Erinsborough when Nicolette Stone (Charlotte Chimes) returns with her, David, and Aaron’s (Matt Wilson) daughter Isla (Axelle Austin).
The brothers hand over a schedule to their child’s mother, who immediately sees through it — they don’t want her alone with the baby for fear of her doing another runner.
Nicolette’s mother Jane (Annie Jones), despite her muted objections, realizes that the boys are right to be concerned when she admits that she had considered leaving with Isla and not returning.
She confides her fears in Nicolette’s ex-fiancé and Aaron’s sister Chloe, fearful of what could happen (April Rose Pengilly).
When Chloe discloses everything to Aaron and David, however, this proves to be a huge mistake.
When they confront her, she is taken aback and takes it out on her mother, accusing her of being untrustworthy.
Jane is obviously upset, but she places the responsibility on Chloe. Chloe threw her worry back in her face after she confided in her.
“Don’t try to pass it off as philanthropy.” The furious lady tells her young confidante, “You don’t want her to leave because you’re anxious to get back with her.”
Jane resolves to be completely honest with Chloe, taking a risky approach. Nicolette can’t be genuinely happy while she’s on the street.
Jane makes a proposal for what she feels is required for her daughter’s happiness.
Before dumping the bombshell on Chloe, she adds, “I think you need to remove yourself from the situation.”
Jane, as stoic as ever, informs Chloe that she must leave Ramsay Street.
Chloe is taken aback by her almost-mother-in-suggestion. law’s Will she pay attention to Jane’s plea?