On today’s episode of Neighbours, Paul Robinson (played by Stefan Dennis) is surprised to see his long-lost half-brother Glen Donnelly (Richard Huggett)! .
Glen hasn’t seen Paul or his younger sister Lucy (Melissa Bell) in 30 years.
As a result, there are a LOT of questions that need to be addressed!
Is it just a coincidence that Glen is in Queensland at the same time as Paul and Lucy for a business conference hosted by Lassiters?
Is Glen still bitter at Paul after suing him for damages following THAT life-altering event in the early 1990s?
And why isn’t Glen in a wheelchair anymore? Wasn’t he paralysed from the waist down after falling from Lassiters’ roof all those years ago?
Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) owes a debt of gratitude to the MYSTERY stranger who assisted her on the beach while she was inebriated and sad.
Terese’s scheme develops more when she learns that Glen is her estranged husband Paul’s half-brother!
Terese was sceptical of Paul’s claim that he had seen Glen previously, but it appears that there is an unexpected Robinson family member in town.
Is Terese now able to rely on Glen to stay quiet about her beach antics?
Ned Willis (Ben Hall) and Felicity Higgins (Isabella Giovinazzo) are continuing working behind Amy Greenwood’s back to build a wedge between her and lover Levi Canning (Richie Morris).
Ned has had enough of Amy, Levi, and himself being in a polyamorous relationship, and now wants all of Amy to himself.
Felicity, on the other hand, has her own motives for making sure Levi, her new love interest, is a ONE-woman guy.
But how much longer can Ned and Felicity keep up this act before Amy or Levi discover them?