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Neighbours Episode 2318 from 1995 - NeighboursEpisodes.com
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Episode title: 2318 (Kevin 'Big Kev' Rebecchi arrives)
Australian airdate: 08/02/95
UK airdate: 03/10/95
UK Gold: 19/09/01
Writer: Jo Horsburgh
Director: Grant Fenn
Guests: Bianca Zanotti: Annie Gagliardi
Angie Rebecchi: Lesley Baker
Kevin Rebecchi: Don Bridges
Shane Rebecchi: Greg O'Meara
Stonefish: Anthony Engleman
Toadfish: Ryan Moloney
Rupert Sprod: Tobi Webster
- "Way Out West" by The Dingoes
- "Bow River" by Ian Moss
Summary/Images by: Sayaka
Susan and Annalise are preparing a costume for Annalise's role in the play as a disembodied head(!)
Brett and Danni argue about how honest Lou should be in his election video.
Stonie mocks Libby about the raunchy stories she wrote.
Bianca comes home.
Susan and Annalise are rehearsing the play, Annalise with a box over her head with the front part cut out so you can see her face. Susan sees the mole on Annalise shoulder which has flared up - Susan encourages her to see a doctor as soon as she can. Angie comes in dressed in her costume.
Let me pause for a minute while the shock wears off.
Angie is wearing a brown jumpsuit and a tuile skirt - lots of layers of tuile, as much as a ballerina would have. She's also got a big hat on. Oh dear.
She sits down with Annalise and Susan and tells them that Big Kev is due back today. He's a truck driver and noone has met him yet. She says she can't wait for the play.
Number 24
Bianca is explaining that she wanted to get away - but she couldn't go back to a life of independence, never relying on anyone. She saw the ad in the paper and realised what she was missing out on. She's glad to be back and everyone is very understanding. Marlene invites them all to lunch at her place.
Lou and Cheryl's
Danni shows Brett a library book about propaganda film-making (that library has a book on everything!) Brett thinks they should just be honest, but Danni wants to enhance the film a bit. She reads Brett some of her slogans and he hates them!
A bloke from school is harrassing Libby about the book, so she kicks him in the shins. (Go Libby!) When he's gone, she tells Phil about the romance novel and he sympathises with him. He tells her there's a part time job going at the surgery and she asks if she can have it. Phil agrees.
Susan, Annalise and Angie are rehearsing the play. I can't really tell what's going on but Angie appears to be pretending to be a toad. There's a hoot outside and Angie runs out - Big Kev is back.
Ramsay Street
An enormous truck has drawn up outside and "Big Kev" gets out. He's actually a short, skinny man! He hugs Angie and tells her he's missed her. Since Angie is bigger than Kev, she picks him up and swings him round! Susan and Annalise look on and laugh.
Number 24
Marlene is telling Bianca that she's off the hook with the cops about the jewellery. She tells Bianca that she's not alone anymore, she has lots of people to defend her.
Ramsay Street
The Ramsay Street kids are clambouring into Kev's truck. Kev is perving on Annalise and Libby. Stonefish comes up and hugs his dad. Susan tells Kev that he hopes he's going to stick around and see the play.
Libby is still upset about Stonie teasing her. Brett sees this and invites her over to his place (he knows where his mum keeps her secret chocolate stash) Aww he is such a sweet boy, bless him!
Lou and Cheryl's
Brett tells Libby that the romance story saga will soon blow over.
Kev, Stonie, Angie, Shane and Toadie are having a drink. Angie says that Shane is in trouble with debt and offers to help, but Shane doesn't want any help.
Lou and Cheryl's
Brett, Danni and Libby are about to watching the tape for Lou's election campaign. Brett and Danni are still arguing about it. Libby says they have to call a truce and work together if they're going to get Lou elected. Libby offers to help her write the voiceover but Danni says that she will end up making Lou sound like the Porno King of Erinsborough. Libby is upset and leaves. Danni says she was just joking but Brett says it was one joke too many.
Libby storms in and slams the door. She tells Susan that she's the laughing stock of Erinsborough. LIbby says she's not going back to school - ever.
Marlene is looking for a Welcome Home card for Bianca - it's such a relief to have her back. She says she doesn't understand how parents can just abandon their child. Bianca is like the daughter she never had to her. Phil suggests a card with butterflies on.
Susan is trying to reason with Libby but she insists she won't go back to school.
Number 24
Annalise comes in and says that the dress rehearsal went well.
The Pub
Angie didn't go very well at the dress rehearsal - she had an argument with the director. Mark comes up and moans at Kev that he's blocked him in so he can't get his car out. Shane agrees to go and move the truck.
Susan calls round and Phil tells her he's looking forward to seeing the play. Susan tells Phil that Libby wants to leave school - she sees the job in the newsagent as a stepping stone to something more permanent. She asks Phil if he could give Libby a bit of a hard time to make work seem like a less attractive option.
Lou and Cheryl's
Libby has told Brett and Danni that she's leaving school. Brett is shocked and says she's throwing away her ambitions on a few people's gossip.
Libby arrives home and finds the door open and the house in darkness. She hears a noise and picks up a plant to defend herself with.
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