Leo Tanaka (Tim Kano), a devastated father, can’t survive as a single parent after a life-threatening tragedy and abandons his baby.
Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) stoops lower than ever, and Zara Selwyn (Freya Van Dyke) lies to impress her new friends. Levi Canning (Richie Morris) discovers a secret about new girlfriend Freya Wozniak (Phoebe Roberts), Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) stoops lower than ever, and Zara Selwyn (Freya Van Dyke) lies to impress her new friends.
Here are all your Neighbour’s spoilers for 31st January – 4th February 2022.
Will Abigail survive?
As a result of last week’s sad incident, baby Abigail is transported to the hospital. As doctors treat to the tot, Leo is over himself with remorse since his lack in concentration put his daughter in jeopardy.
David Tanaka (Takaya Honda) is aware of how distressed his traumatized twin has been since losing baby mama Britney in the storm, but he is unsure how to assist him. The couple tries to stop Leo from spiraling further into self-loathing after crisis conversations with hubby Aaron Brennan (Matt Wilson), but it may be too late…
Leo abandons his baby
Soon, everyone on Ramsay Street is aware of Leo’s delicate mental state, noting his aversion to being alone with his daughter and his lack of confidence in his ability to care for her. Even a family fishing vacation cannot bring a smile to his face… Is it possible for us to visit him at his home? It sounds like a lot of fun.
Another intervention does not proceed as planned since the team is overburdened. Because he doesn’t trust himself, Leo ultimately admits he can’t function as a single father. When Leo passes Abby over to David and Aaron to take after – for the rest of their lives!
Levi learns the truth about Freya
Levi must be regretting himself for thinking that stepping out of the polyamorous romance with Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton) and Ned Willis (Ben Hall) would mean less turmoil in his love life, but Freya’s antics are causing him all sorts of problems.
This week, he discovers why she came to Erinsborough in the first place, and it’s safe to say he’s taken aback. Despite the bombshells, the cop continues their romance, unable to resist their electric connection. However, as feisty Freya leads him astray, there’s a sense she hasn’t been totally honest about her genuine objective. What is it that she is hiding?
Paul lies to keep Terese
Paul is overjoyed that he and Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) are portraying happy families at the penthouse, only to have his bubble burst when she reminds him that she’s only staying with him while he recovers from his injuries and will be moving out once he’s healed.
So, what exactly does he do? Pretends his health has deteriorated again so Terese must stay longer. It works well, and his wife is so anxious that she decides to try again with him, though it’s anyone’s guess how he’ll explain his bizarre, abrupt, made-up new ailments when Dr. Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) starts asking questions…
Elsewhere on Neighbours
Amy is at her wit’s end with Zara and makes a bold decision in the hopes of mending the family’s rift. Unfortunately, this throws Zara even more out of control as she tries to impress the cool kids at school by spreading a devious lie that will undoubtedly come back to haunt her. But what does Hendrix Greyson (Benny Turland) have to do with it?
When Roxy Canning (Zima Anderson) sees someone in the act, she becomes concerned about one of her neighbors. Fearing that a loved one is being duped, the newlywed tries unsuccessfully to uncover the deception. Will Roxy be able to help her friend or will she end up making things worse?