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    Quote Originally Posted by Black_fence View Post
    I am actually really annoyed at this story-line. In today's episode David said "At the end of the day it is up to Elly who she wants in her babies life" the problem is it isn't just HER baby. Arron and David can be involved sure but at the moment Elly is shutting out the father of the baby for no reason (for the time being) I really hope the actress decides Neighbours is to much for her because I actually LOATHE her as both an actress and character. First she is a dick to Mark with Chloe playing with both of their feelings then she lies and marries Mark then has a one night stand and gets herself knocked up is even more of a **** to Mark and finally now she is shutting out the father as if the baby isn't as much his as it is hers. Sure on some things that involve her body he shouldn't have a say but to shut Shaun out entirely is just plain WRONG. Shaun wants to (for the moment anyway) support Elly he wants to be involved and Elly is involving everyone but Shaun or Finn. She is an arsehole and really entitled. Sure it should be her choice who she wants in her babies life but it should ALSO be the fathers choice too. Personally I hope she does another stupid thing and Shaun manages to gain custody of her child and then shuts her out of its life completely. She really does piss me off. This is coming from a woman as well!
    Completely agree, it also disgusts me the amount of people (especially other women) trying to justify her actions and saying that Shaun was ‘only a one-night-stand’ so ‘not really a father’. Completely ridiculous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tayfanatic View Post
    Completely agree, it also disgusts me the amount of people (especially other women) trying to justify her actions and saying that Shaun was ‘only a one-night-stand’ so ‘not really a father’. Completely ridiculous.


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    I agree with you. Shaun is the father, one night or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaz21 View Post
    I agree with you. Shaun is the father, one night or not.
    I really don't like Neighbours producers for this story line, they are justifying her behaviour with every character. Why on earth is Karl on Aarons side? He knows what it would be like to be shut out of Holly's life and knows what it is like to not have custody of his child. Yet he justifies Elly shutting Shaun out. Sure Shaun was a bum for making Elly convince her family to take Finn in but she was a bum for lying to Mark and like Shaun said he wanted the best for his child to grow up in a loving home and if Mark and Elly could do that he was happy to let the baby go. That isn't happening now and he has every right to be involved. Elly shut him out in every decision and every way possible especially when he was around she treated him like dirt and wasn't even willing to try and get along for babies sake. To be honest I don't think she cares about anyone but herself. She doesn't even care enough for her baby to try and co-parent. Just as selfish bitch that is happy hurting as many people's feeling as possible. Maybe she is quitting and Neighbours are just trying to make her as unlikable as possible so when she eventually goes no one will miss her.

    Edit: I have just read the spoiler for Shaun's return and it has me even more enraged.

    "Shaun comes to Ramsay Street on the invitation of his brother Finn (Rob Mills), who is growing frustrated over the current situation with Elly's unborn child."

    No neighbours producers it is not Elly's unborn child it is Elly AND Shaun's Unborn child, or even Finn's unborn Niece/Nephew.
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    I think he’s gonna go for sole custody.

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    Agree with everything that's been said re Ellie. She's an awful character. Holier than thou hypocrite

    Also hope Shaun gets sole custody

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    Digital Spy article.

    Shaun of the Dead??………..


    Neighbours' Finn Kelly left devastated after shock death news
    Has an avalanche claimed the life of his brother?


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/nei...ns-death-news/

    Neighbours fans will see Finn Kelly left distraught next week as he learns that his younger brother Shaun Watkins is feared dead.

    Finn (Rob Mills) feels powerless as he waits anxiously for confirmation of Shaun's fate following a tragedy abroad.

    The storyline begins when Finn receives an upsetting phone call to let him know that there has been an avalanche in Switzerland, where Shaun (Brad Moller) is away travelling.

    Finn immediately fears the worst as Shaun is missing after the disaster, but Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta) – who's expecting Shaun's baby – feels differently and tries her best to remain hopeful.

    Another upsetting update soon follows, as Finn hears that three dead bodies have been found but are yet to be identified.

    Elly is still desperate to believe that Shaun is okay, but her attitude frustrates Finn as he thinks that she's ignoring the facts and being delusional.

    Finn's girlfriend Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson) finds herself caught in the middle of the tensions, wanting to support her partner and her sister at this difficult time.

    As everyone takes some time to cool off, Elly admits to Toadie Rebecchi that she's clinging onto hope because she doesn't want her child to grow up without a father.

    Elly eventually seeks out Finn and apologises to him for being so forceful with her belief that everything would be okay. Taking a more realistic approach, she finally admits that the situation seems dire and she's deeply worried too.

    Finn also backs down slightly, accepting Elly's earlier point that there's some small hope left for Shaun. All they can do is comfort each other as they await more news on the avalanche – will they ever see Shaun again?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 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 jail fears for Finn Kelly as he breaches his parole conditions
    Will he be punished?


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/nei...ew-jail-fears/

    Neighbours hints that Finn Kelly could be jailed next week, as he makes a big mistake for the right reasons.

    Finn (Rob Mills) gets caught breaking his parole conditions as he tries to support Elly Conway through her pregnancy.

    Upcoming episodes will see Finn and Elly (Jodi Anasta) grow closer again in the wake of the news that Shaun Watkins has died.

    Feeling a sense of responsibility towards Elly as she's carrying his late brother's baby, Finn helps her when she struggles with a sore back.

    Finn initially takes Elly for a check-up, before stepping in to pick up her medication when she has to rush back to school.

    When Finn hears that Elly is too tied up at Erinsborough High to leave again, he suggests bringing the medication to school for her.

    Elly immediately objects to the idea as Finn's release conditions forbid him to go anywhere near Erinsborough High after his dark history there.

    Finn throws caution to the wind by telling Elly that they can meet outside without being seen. However, when he arrives, a student spots him and flees in terror.

    Finn's decision is sure to have consequences – could his kindness cost him his freedom?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Friday, November 8 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 may be falling for Elly Conway again
    Here comes trouble.


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/nei...nway-feelings/

    Neighbours hints that Finn Kelly's feelings for Elly Conway are being reawakened next week.

    Finn (Rob Mills) behaves strangely when he stumbles across some old pictures which document his previous relationship with Elly.

    The disgraced ex-schoolteacher can't remember his romance with Elly (Jodi Anasta) due to his amnesia, but viewers have seen them grow closer again since the news of Shaun Watkins's tragic death.

    Next week's episodes see Elly face another struggle after being sacked from her job at Erinsborough High.

    Elly loses her job after Finn's visit to the school, to drop off her medication, sparks a scandal due to his dark history and the breach of his parole conditions.

    A struggling Elly laments the fact that she has lost her maternity leave and won't get another teaching job elsewhere.

    Feeling guilty, Finn offers financial and emotional support to Elly. He also has an idea to distract her, suggesting that she should focus on getting her bedroom ready for her baby.

    Elly feels grateful for all of Finn's help and it's clear that they're reconnecting, but one half of this pairing may be taking it more seriously than the other.

    When Elly cleans out her room to make space for the baby, Finn and Bea Nilsson both jump in to help. Bea is delighted to see her boyfriend and sister finally getting along well, not realising that she may have reason to worry.

    Finn finds an old photo album of Elly's, containing many pictures from the time they were a couple in Sydney.

    Elly and Bea don't give the album much thought, putting it among the items which can be thrown away. But will Finn really be able to let go so easily?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Monday, November 18 and Tuesday, November 19 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 is confronted over his secret feelings for Elly Conway
    Susan has spotted the warning signs.


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/nei...gs-confronted/

    Neighbours fans will see Finn Kelly get called out over his feelings for Elly Conway next week.

    Finn (Rob Mills) is currently in a relationship with Bea Nilsson, but is developing a stronger connection with her sister Elly again following the recent death of Shaun Watkins.

    Upcoming episodes see Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) start to grow unsettled over the friendship between Finn and Elly.

    It's clear that Finn is dedicating more time to Elly's pregnancy than to his own girlfriend – and even Elly is starting to feel conflicted over accepting so much attention from him.

    Susan eventually confronts Finn over the situation, questioning why he has spent so much money and time on Elly (Jodi Anasta) recently. She also wants to know why he has kept hold of an old photo album which documents their past relationship.

    Finn insists that he merely wants to keep hold of this link to his forgotten past, as he's still struggling with his amnesia. Susan takes a tough approach with Finn, reminding him that the supposed 'happiness' in the photos was fake anyway and the album should be thrown away.

    These tensions come just as Elly is about to face more trouble, which could strengthen Finn's desire to protect her.

    When Elly walks home through Lassiters one evening, she is followed by a hooded figure. Finn is horrified to realise that teen troublemaker Dean Mahoney (Henry Strand), who previously blackmailed Elly, has struck again by starting to stalk her.

    Dean admits that he feels responsible for Elly losing her job at Erinsborough High and wanted to apologise, but whether these are his true intentions remains to be seen.

    There's another twist in the tale when Finn and Shaun's mother Claudia Watkins pops up in Erinsborough and wants to see Elly too. What is she up to?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Wednesday, December 4, Thursday, December 5 and Friday, December 6 at 12.50pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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    Digital Spy article:


    Neighbours' Finn Kelly receives a shocking request over Elly Conway
    Will he help Claudia with her scheming?


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/nei...audia-request/

    Neighbours fans will see Finn Kelly left shocked next week as his mother Claudia Watkins reveals her ulterior motive for returning to Erinsborough.

    Claudia will be back on screen from this Friday (December 6) and her reappearance is sure to spark more trouble for pregnant Elly Conway.

    Suspiciously, Claudia's comeback comes shortly after troublesome student Dean Mahoney has been caught out for stalking Elly.

    As Claudia settles into Erinsborough during her visit, she goes on a charm offensive with everyone – in complete contrast to her attitude last time.

    Claudia makes a generous donation to the Buddy Club programme and Finn is pleased to see that she has seemingly changed. However, Susan Kennedy isn't fooled so easily, appearing more sceptical over her apparent personality overhaul.

    Sure enough, it's not long before Claudia's mask slips. Finn is concerned when he catches Claudia out in a lie and demands to know why she really returned to Erinsborough.

    Claudia confesses that she was responsible for Dean hassling Elly again – and also went a step further by hiring a private investigator to dig up dirt from her past.

    Finn is appalled by Claudia's behaviour, but she insists that she's merely looking out for her grandchild following the sad death of Shaun. She also claims that she has good reason to be worried, after learning some unsettling details of Elly's past.

    Putting a brand new plan into action, Claudia tries to recruit Finn as her new inside man.

    Claudia suggests that Finn can keep a close eye on Elly, and the minute she proves she'll be a bad parent, Claudia can step in instead. Will Finn agree?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Tuesday, December 10 and Wednesday, December 11 at 12.50pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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