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Neighbours Episode 0632 from 1987 - NeighboursEpisodes.com
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Episode title: 0632
Australian airdate: 01/12/87
UK airdate: 12/04/89
UK Gold: 04/04/95
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Summary/Images by: Sue Parker/Graham
At the Robinsons:
Beverly tells Helen she tried to tell Stephen that things weren't working out and he didn't take it very well - he hit her. Upset, she recounts the fight to Helen. She says he's always been obsessive but it's getting worse - he's jealous of her friends, her work and now this. She cries and says she's scared of him.
At the garage:
Tony and Charlene are frostily working together when Jim arrives. He's pleased when Tony tells him he's bringing in heaps of new business. Jim asks if they'll have enough time to take on a “skilled amateur” to help out. Tony says fine, as long as he'll do as he's told (looking pointedly at Charlene). Jim says he can handle that and they work out that the “skilled amateur” is Jim. He leaves and Charlene tells Tony she's surprised he didn't call Jim “Sir” the amount of sucking up he did. Tony tells her it's called “friendly co-operation” and they could do with some here! He apologises (again) for pushing Henry in the pool but Charlene's still not buying and tells him she chooses her friends very carefully.
At the Robinsons:
Beverly is blaming herself for Stephen's behaviour when Helen points out that she must have heard this hundreds of times from her patients and that she must know that if a man acts violently once he'll do it again and again. Beverly concedes that Helen is right, but it isn't as easy as it sounds. She hears Jim coming into the kitchen and quickly grabs her bag. Helen says Jim is her friend, he'll want to help but Beverly won't hear of it. As Jim comes in she rushes out. Jim - “Certainly have a way with women don't I. As soon as I walk into a room they run for their lives.”
At the Ramsays:
Henry is phoning all the M Clarkes in the phone book but having no success. Sally is getting fed up. Henry tries one more - the phone is answered by Malcolm Clarke but he denies it is him and quickly hangs up.
At the Robinsons:
Lucy is looking after Helen because Helen always looks after her. Jim comes in and chases her out to wash the pots. She listens in to him telling Helen that Beverly is avoiding him. Coming back into the room she tells him that there's something wrong with Beverly, she's not happy with Stephen. When Jim asks how she knows she says Beverly told her - sort of. She thinks Jim should do something about it because he's her friend.
At the Ramsays:
Having rung all the M Clarkes in the phone book Sally is heading home, but is determined not to give up. There are a few people who didn't answer, and the guy who sounded a bit funny (ie the real Malcolm Clarke). Henry points out that it doesn't sound like Malcolm Clarke wants to be found, he's worried she'll get hurt. However, he's not going to give up either and agrees to go door knocking with her the next day.
At the coffee shop:
Sally is looking after the coffee shop and serves Tony with coffee. He apologises (yet again!) for pushing her boyfriend into the pool. She accepts the apology and tells him Henry isn't her boyfriend, they're just good friends, much to Tony's delight. He asks her out but she declines - she's too busy at the moment. He keeps pushing and she tells him the answer might be different in a couple of days (!) He leaves, giving Henry a nice smile as he passes him in the doorway. Sally tells Henry they'll head off as soon as Mike gets back.
At the garage:
Tony catches Charlene working on Willy and tells her off for nicking an old distributor from a customer's car - she points out that there's nothing the customer could have done with a broken part but Tony doesn't care, he doesn't want anyone saying they're ripping them off. She's huffy but he reassures her that when she's qualified she can treat her own apprentice like this. He sets to work whistling happily. When she asks why he's so happy he tells her Sally's just told him she and Henry aren't an item at all - he might still be in with a chance. He smugly polishes his shifter as, oops, Charlene drops the distributor onto his toe.
On a street somewhere:
Henry and Sally are knocking on doors and pretending to conduct research studies for chocolate flavour toothpaste. Upon finding out no Malcolm Clarke lives at the address they leave, Henry wondering if he could make a fortune if he really did make chocolate flavour toothpaste.
At the garage:
Jim arrives to tell Tony he's too busy to have his first lesson (why not just ring then?) Tony goes off to see a customer and Jim goes to talk to Charlene. He asks how she's getting on with Tony and she tells him he's a bit bossy - not a patch on Gregg. Warming to her subject she says she reckons he should start looking for someone else. Jim realises her nose is out of joint from being told what to do, and tells her that a first year apprentice has to expect a bit of “do this, do that.”
At the Robinsons:
Jim returns home with takeaway food for the family and the post for Helen - a letter from Hilary and one from Frank Darcy. He's coming to town soon and looking forward to meeting her family. She puts Hilary's letter to one side, saying it'll be full of questions about Jim and Beverly. Jim tells her to just give her the facts - Jim and Beverly are no more but she is very happy with a fellow called Stephen. Cautiously he asks “she is happy isn't she?” Helen dodges the subject and makes him much more suspicious than he ever was.
In another strange street:
Sally and Henry are at the last house on their list. They knock on the door and, quelle surprise, it is Malcolm Clarke. Sally recognises him instantly but he closes the door in their face as Henry goes through his spiel. They walk away but Sally tells Henry she knows that was him and goes back to the door. He opens it and says Des has told him about her, she's Kate's daughter isn't she? She says yes she is, and his.
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Beverly Marshall, Helen Daniels in Neighbours Episode 0632
Beverly Marshall, Helen Daniels

Charlene Mitchell, Tony Romeo in Neighbours Episode 0632
Charlene Mitchell, Tony Romeo

Helen Daniels, Jim Robinson, Beverly Marshall in Neighbours Episode 0632
Helen Daniels, Jim Robinson, Beverly Marshall

Sally Wells, Henry Ramsay in Neighbours Episode 0632
Sally Wells, Henry Ramsay

Malcolm Clarke in Neighbours Episode 0632
Malcolm Clarke

Jim Robinson, Lucy Robinson, Helen Daniels in Neighbours Episode 0632
Jim Robinson, Lucy Robinson, Helen Daniels

Sally Wells, Henry Ramsay in Neighbours Episode 0632
Sally Wells, Henry Ramsay

Tony Romeo, Sally Wells in Neighbours Episode 0632
Tony Romeo, Sally Wells

Tony Romeo, Charlene Mitchell in Neighbours Episode 0632
Tony Romeo, Charlene Mitchell

M. Clarke in Neighbours Episode 0632
M. Clarke

Charlene Mitchell, Jim Robinson in Neighbours Episode 0632
Charlene Mitchell, Jim Robinson

Jim Robinson, Lucy Robinson, Helen Daniels in Neighbours Episode 0632
Jim Robinson, Lucy Robinson, Helen Daniels

Sally Wells in Neighbours Episode 0632
Sally Wells

Malcolm Clarke in Neighbours Episode 0632
Malcolm Clarke

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