Due to the secret sabotage at Bea's gig by scheming Scarlett on Neighbours, Ned and his girlfriend Yashvi have a MAJOR bust-up...
Scarlett Brady (played by Christie Whelan Browne) will do anything to drive Ned Willis (Ben Hall) and his girlfriend Yashvi Rebecchi (Olivia Junkeer) apart on Neighbours.
So the scheming Lassiters employee sabotaged the equipment at Bea Nilsson's (Bonnie Anderson) gig at The Waterhole, causing the singer to get electrocuted and heroic Ned rushing to his ex-girlfriend's rescue!
Meanwhile, Yashvi remains oblivious to all the drama at The Waterhole and thinks Ned has stood her up for their date.
And she's less than happy when Scarlett lets slip about Ned racing to Bea's rescue after the "accident" at The Waterhole. Although Yashvi is worried about her friend Bea, she can't help the way she feels about Ned once again ditching her because of an emergency involving Bea!
Meanwhile, word spreads about Bea's emergency hospital dash and her sister Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta) immediately flies back from Sydney where she was visiting their mum.
But there's a slightly awkward homecoming for Elly when she comes face-to-face with her one-night stand and baby daddy, Shaun Watkins (Brad Moller) again.
However, she's grateful for Shaun's support as they wait for further news on Bea's condition.
Elsewhere, Ned can't believe it when Yashvi jealously confronts him over Bea.
Annoyed by Yashvi's behaviour, and still feeling paranoid from Scarlett's comments about their age-gap, Ned decides he's sick of Yashvi's immature attitude.
Are the couple about to break-up?
Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5
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