Court­ney is up to no good

Paul’s fi­ancée makes a move on Leo…

Inside Soap - - CONTENTS - Sarah El­lis

You could al­most hear jaws hit­ting the floor when Paul Robin­son an­nounced that he was en­gaged to Court­ney – who’s younger than most of his kids! It’s no won­der his son Leo thinks there’s some­thing off about their re­la­tion­ship – and ac­tor Tim Kano tells us that his al­ter ego is de­ter­mined to prove that the whole thing is a scam…

Why is Leo so wary of Paul and Court­ney’s re­la­tion­ship?

He knows his dad is still pin­ing for Terese, so he feels that with Paul an­nounc­ing his en­gage­ment on the day of her wed­ding, there might be more to it than meets the eye! There’s also the age dif­fer­ence – Leo ques­tions Court­ney’s mo­tives.

How does he get roped into help­ing Court­ney with the Most Live­able Sub­urb judg­ing?

Paul is ini­tially go­ing to help out, but he gets held up so Leo steps in. Sur­pris­ingly, a bond de­vel­ops be­tween Court­ney and Leo – he sees a nicer, more vul­ner­a­ble side to her, so it adds an­other layer to the con­fu­sion of the sit­u­a­tion.

But the lines be­tween them get blurred when Court­ney asks Leo to stay the night! How does he re­act to that?

Leo is in shock and doesn’t like it at all – he pres­sures Court­ney to come clean about what’s go­ing on be­tween her and his fa­ther. He wants to know if her feel­ings for Paul are gen­uine.

How far would Leo go to ex­pose Court­ney’s true in­ten­tions?

He’d go far enough, but he would never do any­thing to hurt Paul. He trusts that Paul would re­alise he is do­ing it to pro­tect him.

It’s nice to see Paul and Leo fi­nally get­ting along. How has that been for you to play?

Re­ally nice. It’s lovely work­ing with Ste­fan [Den­nis, aka Paul], and I en­joy that dy­namic of a fa­ther and son sup­port­ing each other – most times we’re play­ing con­flict, so this has been a lovely change for both of us.

Paul the other one: Leo wants to know Court­ney’s true in­ten­tions

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