So basically Scott went missing then turned up floating in a river looking like Jason Donovan.
There are two types of people in the world: those who watch ‘Neighbours’ and those who say say “Ooh ‘Neighbours’! Is Mrs Mangle / Bouncer / Stefan Dennis still in it?” If you are one of the former then you will have already reserved your copy of ‘He Don’t Love You’ and have no need for this review. If you have a day job, however, here is the story so far:
Jim, Julie and Helen are dead. Phil doesn’t live there anymore. Instead, there’s a new family in the old Robinson place: the Scullys. Felicity ‘Flick’ Scully is the resident babe who, upon discovering a member of real life boyband Human Nature in the coffee shop (it’s still there) suffering from a sore throat (not important), comes up with a plan to spice up the end of term ball.
Cut to said ball wherein Human Nature perform their *N Sync/Backstreet-style single to everyone’s delight (Flick also gets to snog the hunky Joel who lives next door but that’s not important either.)
You don’t know what you’re missing.