Spoilers: Could Gary’s death spell the end for Karl and Susan in Neighbours?

Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) is in a fragile state after her kidnap and almost murder by Finn Kelly (Rob Mills) and facing the possibility for being blamed for all of the death and destruction brought on Ramsay Street could be enough to push her over the edge in Neighbours.

And when Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) starts to turn against her, could she stand to lose the one person who could get her through this?

It’s time to say goodbye to Gary Canning (Damien Richardson) after his brutal murder by Finn Kelly (Rob Mills) when he was shot in the back with a bow and arrow while trying to save Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) and Bea Nilssen (Bonnie Anderson). The neighbourhood rallies around the Cannings as everyone comes together to mourn him. There is a funeral service in Frankston and a wake on Ramsay Street for loved ones to honour him, but it’s an incredibly difficult time for Sheila (Colette Mann).

When Susan arrives to pay her respects, Sheila turns on her, furious that she dare show her face after her part in his death. Sheila believes Susan to be to blame for Gary’s murder after bringing Finn back into the street. Susan tries to reach out to Sheila and make amends, but it pushes Sheila to breaking point and she explodes at the Kennedys – her son is dead because of them.

Sheila shows no sign of relenting against the Kennedys in the days following the wake and Karl is growing concerned for Susan – she’s becoming more and more fragile. But he’s rocked when Sheila approaches him and says she believes he never wanted Finn on the street, and that he secretly blames Susan too.

This plays on his mind, does he secretly blame her for all the horror that has befallen Ramsay Street? And with her in such a fragile state, could Susan be about to break? This could spell the end for one of Ramsay Streets most loved couples. Will Karl turn against his wife?

Scenes air from Monday 30th March at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.

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