HomeNeighboursSpying fears, sex tips, and a surprise return: 6 big Neighbours spoilers

Spying fears, sex tips, and a surprise return: 6 big Neighbours spoilers

This week on Neighbours, things are heating up. As the horn rages among the town, the stench of sex lingers in the air. Until Sheila gets involved, that is. That’s enough to put any libido to the test.

Roxy (Zima Anderson) and Kyle (Chris Milligan) find themselves in a tough situation when Sheila (Colette Mann) takes it upon herself to spice up their sex life for them. It’s the advise no one wanted. What will they do?

In a same spirit, Karl (Alan Fletcher) and Susan (Jackie Woodburne) determine that it is their responsibility to assist Hendrix (Benny Turland) and Mackenzie (Georgie Stone) in enjoying the rewards of their labour. No, no, no.

The poly group’s sex lives are about to get complicated when Ned (Ben Hall) and Felicity’s (Isabella Giovinazzo) scheme to split up the trio is revealed, and Levi (Richie Morris) reveals an embarrassing little bombshell that threatens everything.

Terese (Rebekah Elmaloglou) has a weird encounter when her drinking unwittingly leads her to Paul’s (Stefan Dennis) long-lost brother, and Nicolette (Charlotte Chimes) is terrified when she realises someone is spying on her.

Here’s what’s coming up next in Neighbours

Sheila’s sex advice

Everyone wants sex advice from their grandmother. Kyle may be reeling from the news of his cancer diagnosis and therapy, but it’s nothing compared to Sheila offering him unwanted intimacy advice. It’s enough to make him throw up in his window box. Sheila is concerned about the couple since they seem distant to her, so she decides to save their relationship. Kyle’s health is the actual cause for their behaviour, which she is unaware of. Sheila looks into her years of experience to try to impart some advice on the young couple, eager to do her part to help them get back on track.

Susan provides a safe refuge for sex

This week, Susan and Karl provide more unwanted sex advise. To be fair, she and Karl are specialists in their own right, having spent years curating their little blue box of filth, as well as the fact that they’ve saved their marriage more times than they’ve had not meals, which has to do with their bedroom activities. Hendrix and Mackenzie had an unpleasant encounter when Toadie walks in on them just as they’re getting down to business. He flees in humiliation, but Susan and Karl hear about it and leap in to aid (not literally, that would be horrifying). They say the pair is allowed to explore their relationship within their house, which is both kind and disgusting at the same time.

The discovery of a covert spy camera is terrifying

When Nicolette is tidying up in the nursery, she discovers a surprise: a camera placed within Baby Isla’s teddy bear. Who is spying on her? She feels humiliated and terrified. She confronts Aaron and David right away, accusing them of being untrustworthy, but they vehemently deny it. They had no connection to the spy bear. She’s not buying it; it’s clear to her that they’re gathering evidence against her. However, while they maintain their innocence, the subject of who is eavesdropping on her and her baby Isla goes unanswered.

Felicity is apprehended

Felicity and Ned have teamed together to separate Amy and Levi, and thus far, their strategy has worked. Unfortunately for them, they aren’t very effective at deception and are swiftly caught by Levi and Amy. They’re enraged, and Ned quickly apologises. Felicity is hesitant to grovel, prompting Levi to support Amy. Ned is beginning to doubt himself; does he even want to be poly? Levi dumps Felicity and is ready to get their trio back on track while he makes his decision. But Levi has a little bomb to drop before they can go too far…

Roxy betrays her trust. Kyle

Kyle is apprehensive about his operation, and while Roxy’s heart is in the right place in wanting to assist, she isn’t. It’s pushing him away, and she realises she needs to pay attention to what he’s asking for.

Kyle wakes up after surgery with awful news about the situation and, unable to contain his emotions, takes it out on Roxy. Roxy, hurt and unhappy, spills the beans to Sheila about all that’s been going on, so that Sheila is aware of the cancer. Kyle feels humiliated by her betrayal of his confidence, and the two have a difficult conversation. Sheila notices how this is pulling the young couple apart and proposes that they communicate using honesty boxes so that they may peacefully express their true feelings.

Is Terese going to fall in love with Paul’s long-lost brother?

Terese is driven to drink after spending time with Paul at the conference. She has a dramatic fall off the waggon when she turns to the bottle, and she ends up on the beach, out of her mind on drink. A passing stranger rushes to her rescue when she realises she is unable to aid herself.

He returns her to her hotel room, where she is secure. She has no idea that the guy who has saved her is Glen, Paul’s long-lost brother. Paul is ecstatic to have seen Glen again, and even more surprised that he now appears to be able to walk. Is Glen, on the other hand, equally pleased to meet his brother? Terese comes home from her trauma determined to make progress, but before she can go far, a familiar figure appears on Ramsay Street: Glen is back, and she is startled at how delighted she is to see him. Are there any embers?

Scenes will premiere on Channel 5 on Monday, November 15th.


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