With the reappearance of Glen Donnelly (played by Richard Huggett), Paul Robinson’s long-lost half-brother, there’s been a blast from the past on Neighbours!
While Paul and his estranged wife Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) were in Queensland for a Lassiters business meeting, Glen suddenly reappeared.
After finding Terese slumped intoxicated on the beach, Glen raced to her aid and assisted her back to her hotel room.
Terese, a recovered alcoholic, is the only one who understands she’s gone off the waggon…
Terese, the hotel manager, is now intrigued to learn that Glen has booked a room at Lassiters!
WHY IS GLENN RETURNING TO ERISBOROUGH?
He’s clearly not a fan of Paul, whom he threatened to sue after a tragic accident put Glen in a wheelchair back in the day.
At every chance, Glen cautions Terese of Paul’s devious tactics.
When his brother Paul is there, though, he appears to be playing happy families.
What exactly is Glen up to these days?
Meanwhile, Lassiters’ Front Desk Manager, Mick “Michele” Allsopp (Joel Creasy), continues to sow havoc.
Terese is pressuring Assistant Manager Chloe Brennan (April Rose Pengilly) to fire nightmare employee Mick as soon as possible.
If Paul discovers Mick is still at the Front Desk doing everything but work, he will be less than impressed.
But Chloe realises she can’t give Mick his marching orders unless she has a legitimate cause.
Mick’s shenanigans are driving Chloe and Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) insane.
Harlow is beginning to feel bad about her role in the “mistake” that led to Mick’s hiring in the first place.
She did it to sabotage Chloe’s plans.
Despite the fact that Chloe and Harlow are workplace competitors, can the women momentarily put their differences aside to apprehend Mick and send him on his way?