Paul’s latest scheme has been rumbled.
Neighbours spoilers follow.
The bitter divorce between Paul and Terese in Neighbours shifts up a gear next week, but it looks like they may both make peace with it by the time the week draws to a close.
It is the mysterious Sapiko & Bazz Holdings that causes problems. This is the business that Paul has funneled a lot of his assets into, and Terese has been suspicious that all may not have been how it seemed with it.
She is proven right next week when she hears that the company has gone bust, and that sets alarm bells off that the whole thing was just a ruse by Paul to stop her from getting her hands on his money.
She learns the truth thanks to some investigating from Toadie and Byron, but the one thing missing is the proof she needs to catch her ex-husband out.
Paul, who is distracted by David being sent to prison, is in no mood to hear Terese’s accusations and he attempts to throw her off the scent.
But Leo has grown tired of seeing how his dad treats people and calls him out on his actions, prompting Paul to rethink what he has been doing.
Paul now knows that it is time he put family first, so he decides to approach Terese with an offer – a decent payout if she allows him to buy her out of the hotel.
After some soul searching with Glen and Chloe, Terese decides that the offer is too good to turn down and that accepting is the best thing she can do to give herself the fresh start that she needs.
With the deal done, Paul and Terese can finally start to put their marriage behind them and focus on their future, and with only a few weeks of Neighbours left, it seems that any chance of reconciliation has now been and gone…
Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 6pm on Channel 5 and streams on My5. In Australia, the show airs Mondays to Thursdays at 6.30pm on 10 Peach and streams on 10 Play.