Ready, steady, wed me

Ivy rips Liam right out of St­effy’s claws with a quickie mar­riage cer­e­mony.

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Ivy For­rester (Ash­leigh Brewer) is start­ing to re­alise that she’s caught her boyfriend Liam (Scott Clifton) on the re­bound be­tween wives. She’s tried to be gra­cious about Liam’s close re­la­tion­ship with his ex-wife St­effy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood). But on Wed­nes­day 22 June, she warns St­effy, “I don’t have a prob­lem with you and Liam work­ing to­gether. What I do have a prob­lem with is you mak­ing a play for my boyfriend at any op­por­tu­nity you get.” Now Fate is about to step in with an of­fer that Ivy can’t refuse: marry Liam or get deported back to Aus­tralia.


An im­mi­gra­tion of­fi­cer warns Ivy on Wed­nes­day 29 June that she’s work­ing in the US il­le­gally. She’s meant to have dual US-Aus­tralian cit­i­zen­ship thanks to her US- cit­i­zen dad John For­rester (Fred Wil­lard). But silly dilly Dad seems to have messed up the pa­per­work. The tim­ing couldn’t be worse. At the same mo­ment, Wy­att’s (Darin Brooks) drop­ping in on his brother Liam to re­veal that he’s just smooched St­effy and when Liam’s tantrum clears, he re­alises that he’s far from over his ex. On Fri­day 1 July, Ivy over­hears Liam ad­mit that he’s go­ing to have to be hon­est with Ivy about his feel­ings for St­effy, so Ivy knows that St­effy will latch onto Liam’s lips like a leech if she goes back to Aus­tralia even for a day.


St­effy’s got her eye on her ex. But when crazy Quinn Fuller (Rena Sofer) finds out that her son Wy­att wants St­effy for him­self, she sug­gests an easy way out for Ivy on Mon­day 4 July: a Green Card mar­riage. And while Ivy goes run­ning to Liam to pro­pose on Tues­day 5 July, Quinn grabs Carter the lawyer (Lawrence Saint-Vic­tor), slings a wed­ding dress to his arms and hus­tles him off to Liam’s place to make it hap­pen… all be­hind St­effy’s back.

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