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Episode 151
Seven Network: 14/10/1985
BBC: 01/06/1987
UK Gold: 31/05/1993

Written by Jill James
Directed by Chris Langman
Guest stars
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Douglas Blake: James Condon
Policeman: Neil Melville

Summary:-
Daphne gets a strange visit from her grandfather. Max teaches Danny to drive.

Shortened end credits


Episode 152
Seven Network: 15/10/1985
BBC: 02/06/1987
UK Gold: 01/06/1993

Written by Judy Nunn
Directed by Chris Langman
Guest stars
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Douglas Blake: James Condon
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Sarah Richards: Julia McDougall
Philip Martin: Christopher Milne

Summary:-
Barbara searches the Sutton house for Terry's tape. Jim visits Philip Martin in hospital.

Shortened end credits


Episode 153
Seven Network: 16/10/1985
BBC: 03/06/1987
UK Gold: 02/06/1993

Written by Judy Nunn
Directed by Chris Langman
Guest stars
Eileen Clarke: Myra De Groot
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Douglas Blake: James Condon
George Young: Alan Cassell
Philip Martin: Christopher Milne
Debbie Martin: Katrina McEwan
Michael Martin: Samuel Hammington

Summary:-
Lucy is upset by the tape and decides to destroy it. Terry receives a threatening phone call from Charles. Helen has a surprise for Jim.

Shortened end credits


Episode 154
Seven Network: 17/10/1985
BBC: 04/06/1987
UK Gold: 03/06/1993

Written by Judy Nunn
Directed by Chris Langman
Guest stars
Douglas Blake: James Condon
Sarah Richards: Julia McDougall
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Wally Walters: Reg Gorman
George Young: Alan Cassell
Alex Baxter: Steven Bastoni
Eileen Clarke: Myra De Groot (uncredited)

Summary:-
Helen and Doug announce their engagement, and Danny gets the job at the bank after the successful candidate quits unexpectedly and creates a vacancy.

Episode 155
Seven Network: 18/10/1985
BBC: 05/06/1987
UK Gold: 04/06/1993

Written by Helen Townsend
Directed by Chris Langman
Guest stars
Eileen Clarke: Myra De Groot
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Wally Walters: Reg Gorman
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay

Summary:-
Harry's poker game lands him in hot water, while Terry finds the tape missing.

Shortened end credits


Episode 156
Seven Network: 21/10/1985
BBC: 08/06/1987
UK Gold: 07/06/1993

Written by Kaye Bendle
Directed by Andrew Friedman
Guest stars
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Sarah Richards: Julia MacDougall
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Detective Thomas: James Patrick

Summary:-
Helen prepares for her wedding, and Daphne reports Lucy's disappearance to the police.

Episode 157
Seven Network: 22/10/1985
BBC: 09/06/1987
UK Gold: 08/06/1993

Written by Roger Moulton
Directed by Andrew Friedman
Guest stars
Eileen Clarke: Myra De Groot
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Sarah Richards: Julia MacDougall
George Young: Alan Cassell
Fiona:

Summary:-
Terry asks Shane for help when she becomes frightened. George proposes to Eileen.

Shortened end credits


Episode 158
Seven Network: 23/10/1985
BBC: 10/06/1987
UK Gold: 09/06/1993

Written by C. V. Schofield
Directed by Andrew Friedman
Guest stars
Eileen Clarke: Myra De Groot
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Douglas Blake: James Condon
George Young: Alan Cassell
Ross Warner: Rod McLennan

Summary:-
Lucy is anxious about Helen leaving, while Des sees his mother in a new light.

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Episode 159
Seven Network: 24/10/1985
BBC: 11/06/1987
UK Gold: 10/06/1993

Written by C. V. Schofield
Directed by Andrew Friedman
Guest stars
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Douglas Blake: James Condon
Sarah Richards: Julia MacDougall
Ross Warner: Rod McLennan
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood (uncredited)

Summary:-
Helen is persuaded to accept Jim's offer of money. Daphne gets a proper job.

Episode 160
Seven Network: 25/10/1985
BBC: 15/06/1987
UK Gold: 11/06/1993

Written by Reg Watson
Directed by Andrew Friedman
Guest stars
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Eva Thomas: Peta Doran
Mrs. Newton: Patsy Martin
Audition Director: Jon Finlayson
Audition Secretary: Catherin Dukes
Billy Frenzy: Peter Scott-Tulloch
Paperboy: Andrew Zenz

Summary:-
Scott jumps to the wrong conclusion when he sees Shane leaving Terry's house.

Episode 161
Seven Network: 28/10/1985
BBC: 16/06/1987
UK Gold: 14/06/1993

Written by Ginny Lowndes
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Sarah Richards: Julia MacDougall
Fiona:

Summary:-
Paul gives Shane a warning to stay away from his wife. Des announces a bank contest.

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Episode 162
Seven Network: 29/10/1985
BBC: 17/06/1987
UK Gold: 15/06/1993

Written by Bruce Hancock
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Douglas Blake: James Condon
Mrs. Cooper: Judith Roberts

Summary:-
Excitement grips the Robinson household as Helen's marriage approaches. Paul becomes increasingly suspicious of Terry.

Episode 163
Seven Network: 30/10/1985
BBC: 18/06/1987
UK Gold: 16/06/1993

Written by John Upton
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Douglas Blake: James Condon
Ross Warner: Rod McLennan
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Royston: Les Terrill
Mrs. Jan Dodds: Valerie Tamblyn-Mills
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood (uncredited)

Summary:-
The Robinsons' celebrate the news of Terry and Paul's baby, and the finalisation of Helen and Douglas's cottage. The missing tape is found.

Episode 164
Seven Network: 31/10/1985
BBC: 19/06/1987
UK Gold: 17/06/1993

Written by John Upton
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Sarah Richards: Julia MacDougall
Fiona:
Kate Drew:

Summary:-
Daphne is mistaken for Terry by Charles' hitman. Max clashes with Jim over Terry's lie.

Shortened end credits


Episode 165
Seven Network: 01/11/1985
BBC: 22/06/1987
UK Gold: 18/06/1993

Written by John Upton
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Douglas Blake: James Condon
Ross Warner: Rod McLennan
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Father Morgan: Jack Perry

Summary:-
Daphne tells Max the full story of her 'accident'. Jim makes an announcement. Max takes the law into his own hands when he visits Charles.

Episode 166
Seven Network: 04/11/1985
BBC: 23/06/1987
UK Gold: 21/06/1993

Written by Penny Fraser
Directed by Max Varnel
Guest stars
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Sarah Richards: Julia MacDougall
Security Guard: Brad Lindsay

Summary:-
Helen finds out the devastating truth about Douglas and Terry gains the upper hand over Charles.

Episode 167
Seven Network: 05/11/1985
BBC: 24/06/1987
UK Gold: 22/06/1993

Written by Penny Fraser
Directed by Max Varnel
Guest stars
Charles Durham: Ross Thompson
Barbara Hill: Louise Le Nay
Sarah Richards: Julia MacDougall
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Inspector Jaruis: Jeffrey Hodgson

Summary:-
Max has a rendezvous with his mystery client. Terry's behaviour is causing concern, particularly after she implicates Daphne in the Durham affair. Paul finds out the truth about Terry.

Episode 168
Seven Network: 06/11/1985
BBC: 25/06/1987
UK Gold: 23/06/1993

Written by Ginny Lowndes
Directed by Max Varnel
Guest stars
Harry Henderson: Johnny Lockwood
Kate Drew:

Summary:-
Terry attempts to shoot Paul, and the Robinsons are thrown into turmoil as the street drama reaches a climax.

Episode 169
Seven Network: 07/11/1985
BBC: 26/06/1987
UK Gold: 24/06/1993

Written by Ginny Lowndes
Directed by Max Varnel
Guest stars
Kate Drew:

Summary:-
Daphne is starting to feel pressured by Shane who asks her to live with him. Max and Kate's dinner date has disastrous consequences.

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Episode 170
Seven Network: 08/11/1985
BBC: 29/06/1987
UK Gold: 25/06/1993

Written by Reg Watson
Directed by Max Varnel
Guest stars
Kate Drew: Susannah Lobez
Mrs McKinley: Sarah Olacha

Summary:-
1985 Series Finale
Danny threatens to move out of the street for good. Meanwhile, Des, Shane and Daphne try to sort out their differences. Danny and Max make friends.

Note: Final episode on Seven Network


Episode 171
Network Ten: 20/01/1986
BBC: 30/06/1987
UK Gold: 28/06/1993

Written by Reg Watson
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Eileen: Myra de Groot
Removal Man: Charles Gilroy

Summary:-
1986 Series Return
Shane accuses Zoe of theft. Sparks fly when Max's sister Madge arrives in Ramsay Street.

Note: First episode on Network Ten First appearance of Madge Bishop, Mike Young and Zoe Davis.
Available on the Neighbours: The Iconic Episodes Volume 1 DVD collection.


Episode 172
Network Ten: 21/01/1986
BBC: 01/07/1987
UK Gold: 29/06/1993

Written by Reg Watson
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
none

Summary:-
Des has a new admirer. Danny learns the identity of his new neighbour.

Note: First appearance of Geoff Paine as Clive Gibbons.


Episode 173
Network Ten: 22/01/1986
BBC: 02/07/1987
UK Gold: 30/06/1993

Written by Reg Watson
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Eileen: Myra De Groot

Summary:-
An innocent kiss between Daphne and Paul causes a stir just days before her and Des's wedding. Zoe worms her way into the Clarke household.

Episode 174
Network Ten: 23/01/1986
BBC: 03/07/1987
UK Gold: 01/07/1993

Written by Ginny Lowndes
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Lee Adams: Kathy Gordon

Summary:-
Danny is determined to earn enough money to take Marcie on a surfing holiday. Max decides to teach Clive a lesson.

Episode 175
Network Ten: 24/01/1986
BBC: 06/07/1987
UK Gold: 02/07/1993

Written by Penny Fraser
Directed by Brendan Maher
Guest stars
Lee Adams: Kathy Gordon
Carol Naylor: Jayne Healey

Summary:-
Madge is attached by a mugger. Paul's career takes off, and Madge starts to see Jim in a different light when he comforts her after a bad day.
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