In the aftermath of Ned Willis's accidental attack on ex-girlfriend Yashvi Rebecchi on Neighbours, she must decide if she's willing to forgive him
Yashvi Rebecchi (played by Olivia Junkeer) is still reeling after being whacked in the face by her ex-boyfriend Ned Willis (Ben Hall) after he accidentally mistook her for his stalker Scarlett Brady on Neighbours (1:45pm/5:30pm on Channel 5, see our TV Guide for full listings).
Ned realises he has some serious damage control to do. But as far as Yashvi’s protective dad Shane (Nicholas Coghlan) is concerned, Ned is no longer allowed anywhere near his daughter!
Ned is desperate to apologise to Yashvi for what happened. But she’s still feeling betrayed over the way their relationship ended and how quickly he ended up in bed with manipulative Scarlett.
Could it be that Ned has lost Yashvi for good?
Meanwhile, Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta) and Finn Kelly (Rob Mills) are still supporting each other after the shock news of the death of Finn’s brother Shaun Watkins following an avalanche in Switzerland.
With pregnant Elly devastated at the thought of now raising her and Shaun’s baby alone, Finn has stepped-up to support Elly through her pregnancy.
However, when Finn offers to bring some meds to Erinsborough High School for teacher Elly, who is suffering with a sore back, will he forget that he is violating the conditions of his parole if he steps foot onto the school premises?
Elsewhere, Toadie Rebecchi (Ryan Maloney) remains at odds with his brother Shane after secretly helping his niece Kirsha (Vani Dhir) apply for a scholarship to a school in Sydney, even though he knew Shane and his wife Dipi (Sharon Johal) are against the idea of Kirsha moving away from home to study.
Toadie knows he was wrong to interfere with Kirsha’s scholarship. But can the legal eagle now find a way to make things right with Shane?
Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5