Neighbours schemer Paul Robinson has issued a serious ultimatum to his half-brother Glen Donnelly over Terese Willis.
Following his latest manipulation, Paul (Stefan Dennis) is having trouble coping after his wife Terese quit their relationship and requested a divorce.
In Thursday’s programme on Channel 5, Paul became concerned that Terese (Rebekah Elmaloglou) was rekindling her feelings for Glen.
When Paul discovered that Terese and Glen (Richard Huggett) had both taken leave at the same time and were staying at Number 22 together, he feared the worst.
As Terese and Glen spent time together around the house, Ned Willis (Ben Hall) thought he could find tell-tale signs of chemistry.
When Glen came to the penthouse later, Paul took steps to keep the situation under control by warning him of the implications if he pursued Terese.
“We both know that if you given the chance, you would take it,” Paul explained. And if that happens, you and I will be doomed. That is something I want you to be aware of.
“You see, I’ve already lost my wife, but I don’t want to lose my brother as well.”
Glen responded, ” “That’s something I don’t want either. Okay, nothing is going to happen between Terese and me. You have my word on this.”
Throughout the episode, Paul had a difficult argument with Glen as he began to notice some concerning symptoms.
Paul called Glen for aid after he couldn’t get his son David (Takaya Honda) or granddaughter Harlow (Jemma Donovan) to answer their phones.
Glen agreed to return to the penthouse to check on Paul, but changed his mind after Terese informed him that Paul was most likely lying about his condition in order to earn sympathy once more.
When Paul collapsed on the ground and his destiny was uncertain, this was not the case. Is he going to be found in time?