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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaz21 View Post
    Think it’s part of his court case. Otherwise it’s jail.
    For how long though?

    I would think living with his victims (even though he has changed) was not a good idea

  2. #102
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    I don’t really know but not that long along ago, he was on house arrest, so im not sure.

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    However long he is on the good behaviour bond for.
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    When Kyle leaves I could see Finn moving in with Aaron and David

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    Digital Spy article:

    Neighbours boss hints Finn Kelly's memories could return
    Will he finally remember his crimes?

    Neighbours' executive producer Jason Herbison has spoken exclusively to Digital Spy about Finn Kelly's future, refusing to rule out the possibility that he'll turn bad again.

    Finn (Rob Mills) was one of Erinsborough's biggest villains during his guest stints on the show, but his personality changed when he suffered amnesia in March.

    The story twist, which facilitated Finn being promoted to a show regular, meant that he couldn't remember anything past 2007 – including his many crimes.

    Asked by Digital Spy about the possibility of Finn's evil side returning, Herbison replied: "The great thing about Finn is that there are so many different ways we can go with him.

    "There's no doubt that his memory is a ticking time bomb and there's every chance it will return one day.

    "There is also much more to mine in terms of understanding why he became the person he is today."

    Finn's current storyline is seeing him grow close to his former lover Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta), even though he's dating her sister Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson).

    The show's Boxing Day episode (December 26) saw the chemistry increase as they seemed close to kissing, after Finn helped Elly when she gave birth to her baby daughter Aster amid a terrifying situation at the Kennedy house.

    However, hinting that Finn and Elly won't become a couple in the immediate future, Herbison told us: "There is definitely a chance that some feelings could resurface between Elly and Finn. She was always his greatest love – and obsession.

    "However, he also loves Bea and neither he nor Elly would want to act on anything for fear of hurting her."

    Neighbours continues on Friday (December 27) at 11.35am and 6.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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    Digital Spy article:

    Neighbours lines up proposal drama for Finn Kelly and Bea Nilsson
    Finn's love triangle takes another twist.

    Neighbours' Finn Kelly proposes to Bea Nilsson next week after more scrutiny over his secret feelings for Elly Conway.

    Finn (Rob Mills) is currently determined to make things work in his relationship with Bea, despite recently confessing that he's in love with her sister.

    Next week, Elly (Jodi Anasta) tries her best to settle in at Number 32, after moving to keep her distance from Finn.

    Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) is proud of her niece for this mature decision, believing that it's best for everyone. However, her mood turns sour when she learns that Elly and Finn have been meeting up in secret, clearly unable to let go of each other.

    Elly explains to Susan that she has merely been accepting Finn's help with Aster, knowing how great he is at getting her to stop crying. However, she also accepts that Finn's support is inappropriate given the circumstances, so decides to seek baby help from Aaron Brennan and David Tanaka instead.

    Meanwhile, Finn tries to focus his attention back onto Bea (Bonnie Anderson), which leads to him spontaneously proposing to her.

    Bea is confused by Finn's sudden desire to rush into marriage, so rejects him. A sheepish Finn explains that he just wanted her to feel loved, but Bea insists that she already does.

    Later, Susan is worried to hear about the latest awkwardness unfolding underneath her roof.

    Finn reassures Susan that the misunderstanding actually had a positive effect on his relationship, so he and Bea are stronger than ever. But how long will that be the case for?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Thursday, January 16 and Friday, January 17 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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    Digital Spy article:

    Neighbours struggle for Finn Kelly as Harlow Robinson quizzes him over his past
    Finn starts tutoring Harlow.

    Neighbours' Finn Kelly will feel uncomfortable after he's quizzed about his past by Harlow Robinson.

    In scenes airing next week, Harlow (Jemma Donovan) takes an interest in Finn's teaching experience. Firstly, she has a casual conversation with Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson) and Finn. Then she chats with Finn near the garage.

    Bea begins to feel the situation is a little strange when Harlow shows up to speak with Finn again, this time at the community centre.

    Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) soon gets the wrong impression when he overhears that Harlow has a crush. When he speaks to Bea, Karl suspects that maybe Harlow is crushing on Finn – but Harlow was actually talking about Hendrix Greyson.

    Finn agrees to tutor Harlow and she decides on psychology as a career path. Finn is slightly nervous, however, and is a little over-prepared – wanting to do the best job possible.

    But the tutoring session goes well – at least, until Harlow changes the subject and begins to ask about Robert Robinson and Finn's dark tendencies. Finn, of course, is guilty of committing numerous crimes in the past before getting amnesia.

    With Harlow inquiring about his past, Finn becomes uncertain he can continue being Harlow's tutor.

    Neighbours airs these scenes in the week commencing Monday, February 3 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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    Digital Spy article:

    Neighbours' Finn Kelly left devastated after his dad arrives in town
    Bea decides to dig up the past.

    Neighbours will further explore Finn Kelly's backstory next week as his dad Trent arrives in Erinsborough.

    Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson) makes the impulsive decision to contact Finn's father after he opens up about his past.

    Finn (Rob Mills) confides in Bea and Susan Kennedy about Trent, explaining that he was a loving man but alcoholism turned him into a mess.

    As Finn grew up, he gradually drifted away from his dad, especially once he went to university. He isn't sure what happened to Trent afterwards and doesn't have much closure on this aspect of his past.

    Determined to help her boyfriend, Bea goes ahead and makes contact with Trent (Peter Houghton) herself – even after Finn has told her that he doesn't want to open that door.

    Bea's sister Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta) fears that she's asking for trouble by getting involved, but Bea argues that Finn is just scared and needs someone to suss Trent out first.

    Elly ends up accompanying Bea to a meeting with Trent and the sisters find him to be a sweet and humble man.

    However, as they talk further, Elly and Bea end up uncovering a secret about Trent's past which could devastate Finn.

    When Finn sees the girls with his dad, they're forced to tell him everything. Finn struggles to comprehend what he has been told about Trent and breaks down.

    This ultimately brings Elly closer to Finn again, as she's determined to support him, even though she previously promised to keep her distance out of respect for Bea.

    As Finn vows to pull himself together and move on, a remorseful Bea hopes that he won't be angry with her for raking up the past. Could this affect their relationship?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Monday, February 10, Thursday, February 13 and Friday, February 14 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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  13. #109
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    Digital Spy article:

    Neighbours horror for Finn Kelly as his memories start to return
    A kiss with Elly could change everything.

    Neighbours fans will see Finn Kelly fear the worst next week as his memories start to return.

    Finn (Rob Mills) currently has amnesia and can't remember anything about his past crimes, but his days as a reformed character could be coming to an end.

    Next week's episodes see Finn and Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta) finally give into temptation by sharing a kiss.

    It's a big betrayal from the pair, since Finn is still currently dating Elly's sister Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson).

    To make matters worse, Finn experiences a flash of memory while kissing Elly. The incident leaves him terrified, as he knows the consequences could be serious if his memories fully return and he returns to his old evil self.

    Elly flees from the Kennedy house after the kiss, while an oblivious Bea notices that Finn seems concerned and tries to comfort him.

    Later, Elly takes the opportunity to speak to Finn alone. They both agree to stay far away from each other from now on and forget about what happened.

    This agreement suits Finn perfectly, as he secretly thinks Elly could be a trigger for his lost memories.

    Despite the agreement, Finn is plagued by guilt over what happened. Will he stick to his word, or will he confess his memory and the kiss?

    Whatever happens, Finn is definitely one to watch in the coming weeks. Neighbours recently announced that the return of his villainous side will spark a huge storyline airing in the soap's 35th anniversary week next month.

    A statement released by the show teased: "The ensuing drama centres around Elly being spirited off to Pierce's remote island glamping resort to celebrate her 35th birthday with a key group of her Ramsay Street friends. Erinsborough favourite Toadie is among the doomed passenger list.

    "Unbeknown to all, Finn Kelly's evil side has been unmasked and he's hatched his ultimate deadly revenge plan, that will deliver severe consequences. Which three Neighbours favourites won’t survive the fateful adventure?"

    Neighbours airs Finn and Elly's fateful kiss on Thursday, February 20 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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    Elly, Finn and Bea to die.

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