Previously on Neighbours
- Callum tells Sonya about his fight with Josie
- Sonya tells Toadie that Jacob kissed her
- Toadie agrees to continue representing Jacob but says he must cease contact after that
- Georgia lets Kyle think that she and Jacob are an item
- Kyle decides his relationship with Kate isn't working, and that he's going to break up with her
Penthouse du Paul
Kate explains to Paul how Georgia's song ruined her big evening with Kyle, but says it will be okay next time ‘because I've already cleared out my playlist'. Paul seems sceptical, and asks Kate whether she thinks it ought to be this hard to make things work with Kyle. But Kate is convinced it'll be fine, saying how much they have in common.
PAUL: Kate, love isn't always a chemistry equation. Just because something works on paper, doesn't mean it actually works.
KATE: Thanks, and no offence, but you're not exactly the poster- boy for successful relationships.
PAUL: Yeah, true.
KATE: Kyle and I are gonna be fine. We'll work this out.
Paul looks unconvinced.
Breakfast chez Rebecchi, and Sonya warns Georgia that Kyle is coming over later to fix the sprinklers in the garden. She offers to put him off if it's a problem, but Georgia says she won't even be there – she's going with Jacob to Elliott's custody hearing. Georgia suggests Sonya go as well, but she makes excuses as to why she can't. Toadie and Georgia head off to the hearing, while Sonya talks to Callum – he's upset that Josie hasn't responded to a text he sent her last night. Sonya assures him she will, and Cal heads off to school, while Sonya feeds Nell.
Callum asks Bailey for advice on his tiff with Josie, but Bailey says he's hopeless with that kind of thing – recalling how his plan to help Mason with Imogen backfired. Lou, who's serving, overhears and tells Callum he should buy Josie a gift to make amends – preferably an expensive one!
The boys leave and Kyle comes in, spotting Kate who's having breakfast. He wants to her to stay for another coffee so they can talk, but she has to rush off to work. However, she tells him to come round to the penthouse for lunch later.
Kyle arrives to fix the sprinklers, and thanks Sonya for giving him the job, given the way things are between him and Georgia. Sonya says he's still their friend, and explains Georgia's gone to the hearing with Jacob. Kyle asks if it's serious between the two of them, leading Sonya to become confused. She confirms to Kyle that Georgia and Jacob aren't a couple after all. Kyle wonders why Georgia told him otherwise.
Jacob and Georgia are taking Elliott for a walk, while Toadie talks business with Jacob's in- laws' lawyers. Jacob is worried he could lose Elliott, but Georgia tells him not to be negative. She changes the subject by commenting on the random extras outside Grease Monkeys eating hamburgers for breakfast, but the thought of this suddenly makes her nauseous.
She's about to explain to Jacob that she's pregnant, but at that moment a heavily pregnant lady walks past. Jacob makes Georgia cross the road, because he says pregnant women remind him of Hannah, his late wife. This prevents Georgia from saying any more – and soon afterwards she has to run off to throw up!
Susan finds Georgia on a bench, and learns she's been suffering from morning sickness again. Georgia admits that she let Kyle believe she and Jacob were an item, because she wanted him to think she'd moved on from him, like he's moved on with Kate. Susan hits the right note between judgement and sympathy, telling Georgia to put it down to ‘baby brain' and recalling a wallpapering obsession she had when she was pregnant with Malcolm. But Susan tells Georgia she'll eventually have to come clean – including about the pregnancy itself. Georgia says it's too soon for that.
Penthouse du Paul
Paul is working at his laptop when Kate demands to know what he's still doing here – she wants some alone- time with Kyle when he arrives. Paul agrees to make himself scarce, and Kyle arrives; Kate's ordered them some lunch on room service. Feeling uncomfortable, Kyle is about to do the deed, when Paul saunters back in looking for something – and they go out on the balcony to talk instead. At this point, Kyle gets a call from Sonya – the sprinklers have sprung another leak. Disappointed, Kate gives him leave to go and fix them.
Callum has spent all his savings buying Josie some rare collectible trading cards, which he's convinced she'll love – but neither Bailey nor Lou seem convinced. Lou suggests Cal write some romantic poetry to deliver along with them, but Cal's just going to post them into her locker, insisting she'll know what they are and who they're from. Raised eyebrows from Lou and Bailey.
Karl asks Georgia if she's okay to do a sound- check this afternoon – she says she is. She then sees Kyle outside No 30, who tests her by asking how things are with Jacob. Still nauseous, she runs indoors without answering.
Georgia runs inside and straight to the bathroom to throw up again – but she soon emerges, claiming she feels sick because she ate some dodgy food but that it was a false alarm. Georgia admits she had to abandon Jacob, so he's alone with Toadie at the hearing.
Georgia's about to lie down, when Sonya asks her if she told Kyle she was seeing Jacob. Georgia admits he assumed it, and she didn't correct him – possibly because she wanted to hurt him the way he hurt her. Sonya's about to disapprove, but Georgia says she knows, and promises to tell Kyle the truth. She looks out of the window and sadly watches Kyle working in the front garden.
Toadie and Jacob emerge from Rebecchi Law amidst a massive row. Jacob accuses Toadie of telling Elliott's grandparents about his thyroid condition, but Toadie insists he doesn't know how they found out about that. Jacob says he now has no chance of winning custody of his son, as his in- laws now think Elliott has been neglected – and more or less accuses Toadie of sabotaging the case deliberately because of Jacob's kiss with Sonya. Jacob storms off.
Having been told what's happened by Toadie, Sonya wonders how Elliott's grandparents could have found out about his condition. Toadie repeats that he didn't tell them, and Sonya believes him – but he explains that Jacob is now planning on giving up and handing Elliott over to his grandparents. Sonya says he can't, but Toadie says Jacob doesn't have the resources to fight this – and no- one can do anything about it.
Penthouse du Paul
Paul asks where Kyle disappeared to, and is surprised that he left so quickly once again. Kate insists he had to go because of work, and that they'll sort everything out next time. Paul is sceptical again, and suggests that Kate and Kyle weren't meant to be more than friends.
PAUL: Because I've never seen two people more afraid to touch each other.
KATE: That's ridiculous!
Paul says it wouldn't be the end of the world if things with Kyle didn't work out.
KATE: So I've betrayed my best friend for nothing? I broke up her relationship for what?
KATE: No, really, I want to know. If Kyle and I aren't going to work out then why did I do all of this?
PAUL: Maybe you should mark it down as a bad mistake and put it behind you.
KATE: All I do is make mistakes. I'm sick of it; I don't want to be that girl anymore. Look, Kyle knows me. And he accepts me for how I am. So if I can't make it work out with him, then I may as well just give up.
Callum is with Bailey, stressing about whether Josie has got the trading cards he bought for her yet. Then he sees half of one of the cards lying on the ground by the bin, and realises Josie must have torn them up.
BAILEY: Wow, she must really hate you, huh?
Nearby, Susan meets up with Kate to discuss work, but first of all apologises to her for interfering last week by commenting on her private life with Kyle. Kate agrees to put it behind them, giving Susan the green light to stick her nose in further and ask how things are going between them. Kate says it's like everything's Meant To Be™, but Susan looks sceptical.
Kyle tells Chris about his unsuccessful attempts to dump Kate today – he wants to ‘do it properly', not just in Harold's or with Paul lingering around. But Chris warns him that it'll hurt Kate more the longer Kyle leaves it.
Meanwhile, Karl and Georgia are doing their sound- test, but Georgia is obviously still feeling unwell and has a bit of a wobble on the stage. When Karl asks what's wrong, she claims she has low blood pressure; but Susan, who's in the know, goes to get her something to eat/drink.
Kyle resolves to go and end things with Kate right away, but stops dead when he sees Georgia beginning to sing. Then disaster strikes, as Georgia keels over on stage and falls to the ground, unconscious.
Chris and Kyle wait outside the emergency room for news on Georgia's condition – Kyle's going out of his mind with worry, thinking Georgia might be really sick. Kate calls his mobile, but Kyle decides not to answer given the circumstances. When Karl and Susan show up, Karl refuses to give Kyle any details of Georgia's condition as he's not family – and Susan won't say anything either.
In the examination room, Georgia reveals to Karl that she's eight weeks pregnant, and that she thinks something may be wrong with the baby. She gets very upset, and Susan is on standby to offer moral support. Georgia is blaming herself for the situation, as she hasn't been able to keep any fluids down and has been trying not to vomit in order to keep the pregnancy a secret. Karl says they need to get Georgia hydrated, and orders an ultrasound scan to check the baby's condition.
Monday on Neighbours
- Kyle bursts in during the ultrasound, thereby discovering that Georgia is pregnant
- Josh and Amber invite Isaac and Imogen on a camping trip with them
- Mason tells Imogen not to trust Isaac, but she thinks he's just jealous
- However, Matt turns up at No 24 to apprehend Isaac, much to Imogen's dismay
- Sonya's plan to give Jacob a wide berth begins to unravel, as she comforts him about Elliott