On the “Neighbours” episode for June 5, 2014, someone will be freed, feelings will be admitted and lies will be told to get someone. Don’t miss your favorite show this afternoon at 05:30 pm on Channel 5. Here’s your daily dose of “Neighbours” spoilers for the June 5, 2014 episode.
Detectives continue to interrogate Sienna while Matt is still mad at Brennan for taking matters in his own hands. Now, Brennan has started interrogating taxi drives to prove or disprove Sienna’s alibi. Brennan tells Matt that there are only five drives for him to talk to, so maybe Matt can continue the rest by himself.
Matt does and he met a taxi driver named Dominik Kempka with an expired visa, who confirms that he was the one who drove Sienna to the airport. This relieves Sienna and now she becomes a free woman but she is shocked when Brennan tells her to get out of town. That’s just rude Brennan!
Elsewhere, Sheila accuses Naomi of being interested in Toadie. Naomi doesn’t want her mom to think of it that way so she signs up to an Internet dating site and describes her perfect man, which is definitely not Toadie. However, later that day she sees Toadie at The Waterhole and when he approaches her and asks her what she’s doing there, she says that she just been on a date with a guy who only wanted one thing from her. Sneaky Naomi, she really wants Toadie!
Meanwhile, Amber and Daniel got locked in the dark room and they are forced to wait inside until they get rescued. Daniel asks her a question about the “chemistry” between them. The question here is, can Amber feel it too? Then she realizes that it is not Imogen that Daniel likes, but her. Now, what is she going to do?
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