Ramsay Street has been rife with comings, goings and revelations this week. I’m so sad that Brad (Kip Gamblin) and Lauren (Kate Kendall) – they were fast becoming some of my favourites and now they’ve gone to the Gold Coast. At least the door is left open for them to return… Meanwhile, here are a few of the key moments from this week’s instalments:
Paul’s the daddy ~ Leo (Tim Kano) and Amy (Zoe Cramond) were getting rather cosy, extremely close for comfort given that us viewers were aware that some sort of incest would have been taking place if they’d gone as far as they almost did! Paul (Stefan Dennis) and Kim (Jenny Young) burst in at just the right moment. Conveniently, or imagine the fall-out? David (Tayaka Honda) also arrives at the same opportune moment and hears the revelation. Paul is their father, oh this is going down so well! I am rubbing my hands together with glee, anyway!
Easter extremes ~ Paige (Olympia Valance) and Jack (Andrew Morley) are not exactly the most popular ‘pair’ the neighbourhood, and wilful destruction of the Easter display in Harrold’s Café seems to point in the direction of disgruntled parishioners. Although it does transpire that a young kid who’s mother is disapproving and doesn’t allow him to have chocolate had just decided to steal an egg and ended up with a landslide. Is this an end to the problem the parents to be face? I doubt it!
Terese vs Sheila ~ Terese (Rebekah Elmaloglou) puts Gary (Damien Richardson) in a bad mood when she appears to be siding with Sheila (Colette Mann) over him. However, when his new beau’s plan is revealed, he can see the sense in her agreeing with his mother from time to time. Playing the game there, Terese!
Sonya & Mark ~ Sonya (Eve Morey) is having sleeping problems, naturally and Mark (Scott McGregor) is also awake and texting his ex-surrogate. His message prompts the a grieving Sonya to hop across the road and spend the night at his house. Toadie (Ryan Moloney) jumps to conclusions of course, but will Sonya and Mark really head for a full blown romance? I just don’t see it!
Farewell (I hope it’s Au Revoir!) ~ So long, farewell to Lauren and Brad, fast becoming firm favourites of mine. It doesn’t really feel like the right time for them to exit so I hope this isn’t the last we’ll see of them. They’re leaving Paige behind for starters so I am keeping my fingers crossed that a visit to their grandchild will be good enough reason to bring them back when the time is right. I shed a tear when they left, I won’t lie… sob….