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Neighbours Episode 4269 from 2003 - NeighboursEpisodes.com
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Episode title: 4269
Australian airdate: 26/6/03
UK airdate: 18/8/03
Writer: Jeff Truman
Director: Jeffrey Walker
Guests: Josh Lewis: Tim Kelly
Lisa Jeffries: Rhiannon Fish
Music:
- "She Said" by Selwyn
- "Danger Zone" by Endorphin
Summary/Images by: Carly/Mona
Cameron asking Libby out to lunch, with Taj looking on in annoyance - Connor and Lori kissing - Ruby telling Harold she's leaving
The Hoyland's:
Max is cleaning up after dinner. Boyd shows him some runners in a catalogue that he wants, that cost $200. Max says they're too expensive, and Boyd tries to tell him how cool they are. “What if they were a combination of a birthday and Christmas present?” “Ahh!…No!” Summer informs them that she doesn't want presents anymore, she'd rather people donate money to charity. Max tells Boyd that if he wants them that badly, he can pay for them out of his own money. Summer tells Max about ‘Fast for Freedom' (along the same lines of ‘The 40 Hour Famine'). She wants to do it, but Max says she's too young. Boyd and Summer start badgering Max at the same time about the shoes and the charity. “What is this? ‘International Harass Dad Day‘? I said no, the both of you.”
Number 30:
Lori walks in the kitchen with a box of Afro Harold T-Shirts. Connor is looking at Afro Harold drink bottles. Stu gets off the phone with Kat, who has broken another date with him because of ‘work' commitments. Connor and Stu talk about how pre-occupied Toadie has been the past few days, and wonder if him and Dee are back together. “Listen to you two gossips!” says Lori, “Maybe they're just a pair of exes who get along really well as friends.” Connor says that's like him and Michelle. Stu wonders why he brought that up, and moves over to Connor and Lori and puts his hands on their shoulders. He says that they're free and single, and they should move on to other people, and looks pointedly at the both of them. Connor and Lori look at each other briefly, then busy themselves with other things.
The Hoyland's:
Summer is still begging Max about ‘Fast for Freedom', and asks if she can do the 24 hour kids version. Max agrees to that. Boyd walks into the kitchen, and tries to compromise with Max that he'll wash the car for ten weeks, at $10 per wash, and he'll pay the rest himself. “You must really want these runners, I know how much you hate washing the car!” Max says it's a deal, but the car won't need another wash till at least next week. Boyd looks a bit put out, and asks him if he can get a cash advance. Max thinks that he means $10, but Boyd wants the full $100. Max says that Boyd will just have to earn the money as he goes. Summer says there are more important things in life, and Boyd walks away in a sulk.
Number 30:
Stu asks Connor why he brought up Michelle last night in front of Lori. Connor says that things are a bit weird between Lori and himself. He wants to go back to being good friends, but he's not sure how Lori feels. He asks Stu what to do, and he says “I don't know, I'm not your shrink! Figure it out yourself!”
Outside Harold's House:
Harold is walking to his car. He puts the cake he is carrying on the roof whilst he finds his keys. The cake splatters on the ground. He stamps his foot in annoyance, and then looks upset. He leaves the cake where it is, and walks over to sit on his outside steps, head in hands. Susan wanders past, and calls out hello to him, but he's in his own little world. She looks concerned, but keeps walking.
The Coffee Shop:
Libby walks in talking on her mobile to Candice Barkham, who has offered her the job as Media Studies teacher at Erinsborough High. She gets off the phone and jumps up and down excitedly telling strangers she got the job. She whirls around just as Taj comes in, and she tells him. He says it's great, and gives her a big hug. She goes to rush out back home to tell Susan, and Taj says he'll walk with her because he wants to see Lori.
The Kennedy's:
Lori is packing the Afro Harold T-Shirts into a box as Libby and Taj walk in the door. Libby tells Lori that she got the job, and asks if Susan is home. She isn't, so Libby races off to ring Karl and tell him. Lori lumps Taj with some T-Shirts to fold. She susses out that he's all happy because he's got his eye on someone. He says that it's early days yet, and there's a bit of competition involved. He asks Lori what she's been up to, “romantically speaking”. Lori tells him that she spent the night with someone she shouldn't have. Taj asks if the guy wants to be more involved, and she says that she doesn't know. Libby comes back out and asks if they want a coffee. “I'd love one,” replies Taj, and looks after her with a big smile on his face.
The Scully's:
Jack's chopping up oranges. Nina asks him why they have oranges at half time, and they get into a discussion about marketing which then turns into publicity. Nina is trying to sway Jack into the idea that publicity is a good thing for her image, but Jack's not buying it.
The Hoyland's:
Summer's getting herself ready for her soccer match, and Max walks in with a bag looking for Boyd. Boyd comes in all sulky, but soon changes his tune when Max presents him with a shoe box. His happiness is short lived though when he realises that they're a different brand. Max can't see the difference though, and says to Boyd to try them on. Boyd despondently says he will later, and can't hide his dismay. Summer hustles Max out saying she'll be late. Max looks at Boyd in his, ‘I don't understand 15 year old boys', way.
The Coffee Shop:
Lori walks in with a box of AH t-shirts, and apologises for being late. He says it's alright because Harold isn't there yet, and it'll give them a good chance to talk. Lori isn't listening though, and says they should give Amy a hand. Connor starts to interrupt her, then talks to himself. Connor: ”So, Lori. Look, the other night was great, but I've been thinking maybe it's better if we just stayed good friends…Oh! You do too! Oh, that's fantastic. That's a lot easier than I thought it was gonna be!” Lori walks back and says that Amy hasn't heard from Harold all day, and he was supposed to open. Susan joins in and asks if anyone has phoned Harold. She says she might go and see him on her way home. Lori and Connor go and help Amy.
Outside Harold's House:
The camera pans up from the smushed cake to Harold still sitting on the steps. Susan is coming back from the shops, and is surprised to see him sitting there still. She asks if he's okay. He gets up and says he's fine. Susan sees the cake, and asks if he had an accident. She offers him a cup of coffee at her place. He declines at first saying he should clean up the mess, but Susan insists and gives him a determined but gentle look. He notices and says, “Yes, alright. Thank you.”
The Coffee Shop:
Boyd is sitting at a table with a friend trying to convince him how cool the runners are that Max gave him. “99.9% of people, on this planet, would not be able to pick the difference, I guarantee you.” Connor walks over. “Boyd! You bought a pair of those rip-off's!” Boyd looks annoyed when Connor tells him they were sold in the pub, and his friend walks off in amusement.
A Soccer Field:
Jack saunters over to his team, and gives them a pre-match pep talk. “Okay Erinsborough Wildcats, let's hear your roar!” They roar. Nina, Taj, Stu and Max are at the game. Stu tells Max that he's there in case any of the girls have older sisters. Jack tells his team to 'go get 'em', and Summer pipes up that the team should all hold hands and ask for God's help. He laughs and says “Yeah, right!…You're serious?!” It cuts straight to the team and Jack in a prayer circle with Summer leading them. Taj asks what Summer is doing. Max looks on expressionless. “She's praying…to God It's a phase.” Stu looks amused, and peers carefully up into the sky. “Amen,” says Jack, “Okay now girls, let's go out there and give them hell!” He pats Summer on the shoulder.
The Kennedy's:
Susan and Harold walk in. She's making small talk about Connor and Lori's business scheme, and if Harold wants a biscuit, when Harold breaks down and starts to cry. Susan walks over in concern. “I couldn't make her stay,” he says, “She left me because I…because I wanted to look after her, more than anything else, I wanted to look after her.” Susan hugs Harold as he tries to stop crying.
The Coffee Shop:
Connor walks into the kitchen, and backtracks when he accidentally sees Lori changing in the storeroom. She thought she'd put on a AH tee to drum up interest. They chat uncomfortably, and Lori thrusts a t-shirt into Connor's chest for him to try on. They start babbling on at the same time, and Lori says that the other night was a once off and she just wants to be good friends. Connor is delighted, and says he doesn't want to change anything either. They're both relieved that they don't have to be boyfriend and girlfriend. Uncomfortableness forgotten, Lori proceeds to change in front of him, and Connor strips off his shirt to change!
Soccer Field:
The game has 30 seconds to go, and Jack's happy that if his team can hold on, they'll win 1-0. The other team suddenly take over the ball, and Summer prepares herself in the goalie net. She looks up into the sky and calmly gets out of the way of the soccer ball to let the other team score a point. Jack yells out at Summer, and Max puts his head in his hands. Nina's mobile rings. It's someone called Robbie. Jack runs over to Summer and shouts, “What were you thinking?!” “I thought it was the Christian thing to do.” Jack can't believe it. Nina confirms arrangements about the Charity Ball with Robbie. She hangs up, and tells Jack it was her mum when he asks her.
The Coffee Shop:
Harold walks in and Connor announces to everyone that Afro Harold has arrived. Connor and Lori are behind the counter with AH tees on, and Harold says he's impressed with them. Connor asks what Ruby thinks of it all, and Harold looks a bit sad. “I honestly don't know.” They give him a t-shirt to put on.
The Kennedy's:
Libby and Susan are hugging. Susan congratulates Libby on getting the job. There's a knock at the door, but when Libby answer it there's only a bunch of flowers left on the doorstep. “If they're from your dad it means he's done something very, very naughty, because it's not our anniversary…” Susan reads the card attached, and gets an odd look on her face. She passes it to Libby. “Dear Libby. Congratulations on the job…Taj.” They look at each other, and Libby realises what's going on.
The Hoyland's:
Boyd walks into the kitchen, and sadly looks at the cool shoes in the catalogue. He spots Max's wallet on the table. He cautiously goes over to it, and takes out $100. Boyd looks around and shoves the money in his pocket.
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Boyd Hoyland in Neighbours Episode 4269
Boyd Hoyland

Summer Hoyland in Neighbours Episode 4269
Summer Hoyland

Lori Lee, Connor O
Lori Lee, Connor O'Neill

Lori Lee, Connor O
Lori Lee, Connor O'Neill

Susan Kennedy, Libby Kennedy in Neighbours Episode 4269
Susan Kennedy, Libby Kennedy

Susan Kennedy, Libby Kennedy in Neighbours Episode 4269
Susan Kennedy, Libby Kennedy

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