Neighbours Recap: July 23, 2014 Episode
Naomi was crushed after hearing harsh words from Sheila. Georgia and Kyle tried to reconcile both of them only to realize that the pain these women have for each other runs really deep. Read on to learn more about what happened at Erinsborough on July 23, 2014.
Because of what happened between Sheila and Naomi, it puts their relationship as mother and daughter in an even more complicated situation. Naomi, devastated and left with no hope, made a decision that she was going to leave Erinsborough. However, she had a problem. How would she leave Erinsborough if she was broke?
Kyle was determined to save his family, so he asked Brennan to help Naomi and take her in for the time being. Brennan agreed, and Naomi came to his place only to be greeted by Paige’s aloofness.
In other news, Lauren was working on a family collage, but Paige was saddened when she found out that Lauren left her out of it completely. Paige felt rejected, so she left without telling Lauren the truth.
Brad still has no job prospects, and this dampened his spirit even more. Fortunately, a silver lining was always present when Terese told him that there was a teaching position open at the high school. However, Brad was not really up for that idea. He considered it as his fallback option instead. It seemed like that position was for Brad to take because he encountered another setback later that day. Because of that, he was left with no choice but to apply for that teaching position.
As usual, things are getting even more interesting at Ramsay Street. We wonder if Brad will get the job and how Paige and Naomi will blend in together. Will Sonia ever forgive her daughter again and will they be able to fix their relationship? And what will happen to Paige now? Share us your thoughts by posting your comments below!
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