Neighbours' Lucas Fitzgerald returns as Scott Major makes guest appearance

Jess Lee
·3-min read

Neighbours spoilers follow from Australian episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.

Neighbours has aired Lucas Fitzgerald's return, as Scott Major's guest appearance is explained.

10 Peach viewers have seen Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson) recently stealing a folder from the new Sheila Canning (Shareena Clanton) while servicing her car. Although Bea did it to look out for her friend Ned Willis (Ben Hall), Sheila found out and was understandably angry.

Thursday's episode in Australia saw the consequences of Bea's decision, as Lucas returned to Erinsborough to check on the garage after Sheila left a one-star review.

Photo credit: FremantleMedia - Channel 5
Photo credit: FremantleMedia - Channel 5

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Sheila didn't specify the reason behind the one-star rating, and so Bea spent the episode worried about her boss potentially finding out about her unprofessional behaviour.

Bea opened up to Levi Canning about the situation, although things were a little tense between them as he disapproved of what she did.

Levi later visited the garage hoping to apologise to Bea. He introduced himself to Lucas, and was under the assumption that Bea had already come clean to her boss.

Meanwhile, Bea visited Sheila at The Hive to apologise again. The apology did not go down well, but she was pleasantly surprised when Sheila later called to tell her that she had taken down the one-star review.

Photo credit: Fremantle - Channel 5
Photo credit: Fremantle - Channel 5

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Bea returned from her break to be confronted by Lucas. She lied about the review.

Lucas revealed he knew all about her stealing from Sheila's belongings, and had tried to cover it up. Lucas said he found out from Levi before firing her.

The firing marks a big change in Bea's life, and with the character set to leave the soap in the next couple of months, it appears that this might be the beginning of her exit storyline.

Elsewhere, Jenna Donaldson (Anna Lise Phillips) returned to Ramsay Street in a storyline that could lead to her son Emmett's (Ezra Justin) departure.

Photo credit: Fremantle - Channel 5
Photo credit: Fremantle - Channel 5

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Now sober and doing well, Jenna was contacted by Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) and after reuniting with Emmett, she told him as well as his foster parents David Tanaka (Takaya Honda) and Aaron Brennan (Matt Wilson) that she wanted to step up as a mother again.

Jenna suggested Emmett could move with her to New Zealand. But with Brent still missing, what will Emmett decide?

These scenes air in the UK in four weeks' time.

Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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