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    toadie expects a lot from sonya

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizann View Post
    toadie expects a lot from sonya
    She has literally seen this child conceived on webcam and he expects support and understanding from her, eh how about No, Toadie.

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    Digital Spy article:


    Neighbours' Toadie Rebecchi learns of a sad death in the show's 8,000th episode
    A special storyline will celebrate the Aussie soap's milestone.


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

    Neighbours has confirmed the plans for its upcoming 8,000th episode, which will revolve around the death of an unseen Ramsay Street resident.

    The long-running soap celebrates its big milestone on Friday, December 21, just days before its first ever Christmas Day special.

    A special storyline written in to mark the occasion will see Toadie (Ryan Moloney) discover that Valerie Grundy, one of the neighbours, has passed away.

    Shy and reclusive, Val lived on the corner house of Ramsay Street for 34 years somehow managing to stay out of three decades' worth of affairs, love triangles, baby dramas and dangerous stunts.

    When Toadie steps into Val's house, he discovers that she was a hoarder and collected items discarded by their various neighbours who have come and gone.

    It seems that Val wanted to feel connected to the community and Toadie is struck by how little they all knew of this stranger who lived so close.

    Toadie starts to feel better when he pitches the idea to stage a Christmas concert to celebrate the wonderful community that the local residents all live in.

    Digital Spy understands that the death of Val is separate to the upcoming demise of a "much-loved" character, which was announced on the show's Facebook page this week.

    Sadly, that means we can't breathe a sigh of relief for the existing characters just yet...

    Val's surname is an obvious nod to Reg Grundy, who helped to create Neighbours in 1985 alongside Reg Watson. His company Grundy Television was behind many of Australia's best-loved shows, including The Young Doctors, Sons and Daughters and Prisoner: Cell Block H.

    Grundy passed away in May 2016 at the age of 92.

    Neighbours airs its 8,000th episode on Friday, December 21 at 12.45pm and 6pm on Channel 5.

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    Neighbours' Toadie Rebecchi plans Fake Dee revenge after Alice Wells is rumbled
    Will he make her suffer?


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/nei...e-dee-revenge/

    Neighbours favourite Toadie Rebecchi considers taking revenge against Fake Dee after the truth about evil Alice Wells is finally revealed.

    Toadie's wife Sonya (Eve Morey) comes close to death next week after Alice hatches her most shocking plan yet, poisoning her with pesticide and abandoning her in the middle of nowhere.

    The horrifying incident leads to Alice's true colours being exposed when her granddaughter Willow Somers (Mieke Billing-Smith) figures out what's going on, ensuring that Sonya is rescued just in time.

    As Sonya recovers in hospital later this month, Toadie (Ryan Moloney) is rocked as the police confirm that Alice was in regular contact with Fake Dee, aka impostor Andrea Somers.

    Toadie is horrified to realise that Fake Dee (Madeleine West) was complicit in the plan to get rid of Sonya for good and he becomes determined to punish her.

    It's no more Mr Nice Guy for Toadie as he threatens to withdraw his financial support for Andrea's ongoing medical care, as well as pushing for full custody of their son Hugo.

    Surprisingly, despite everything that's happened, it's Sonya who takes a more understanding approach by urging Toadie not to let anger rule his choices.

    Sonya reminds Toadie that Andrea is unwell and there's no way of knowing how much she understood her mum's twisted plans.

    Will Toadie listen to Sonya and let go of his anger in the season of goodwill?

    Neighbours airs these scenes on Thursday, December 20 at 12.45pm and 6pm on Channel 5.

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    He should stop the financial support and/or seek full custody anyway

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