‘Neighbours' spoilers for May 23: Sonya lashes at Toadie, confronts Walter

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Australian soap opera Neighbours filming in Pin Oak Court. Wikimedia/Koala:Bear

Neighbours” opens the week with shocking revelations and budding romances at Ramsay Street. On Monday, Sonya Rebecchi (Eve Morey) reels from Toadie’s (Ryan Moloney) revelation about Walter Mitchell (Greg Stone). She immediately grills the man who introduced himself as her uncle, to find out the truth once and for all.

Other “Neighbours” cast members who will also appear on the May 23 episode include Ned Willis (Ben Hall), Lauren Turner (Kate Kendall), Brad Willis (Kap Gamblin), Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou), Nate Kinski (Meyne Wyatt), Sheila Canning (Colette Mann), Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis), Amy Williams (Zoe Cramond), Xanthe Canning (Lilly Van Der Mer) and Angus Beaumont (Jai Waetford).

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Network Eleven posted a sneak peek for this Monday’s episode. On the first scene, Sonya reacts after Toadie’s bombshell about her Walter. She yells, “You should have told me!” It appears Sonya won’t waste time demanding the truth from her uncle. He insists, “I am Walter Mitchell.” Digital Spy reports that Sonya has a lot of questions to her uncle, which he answers honestly. However, Sonya seems to be overwhelmed by the recent revelation and asks Walter to leave.

The trailer also shows Ned telling Lauren, “I think there’s something going on between Terese and Brad.” He also tells her, “Don’t be one of his victims.” According to Digital Spy, Lauren stands up for Brad, but she begins to doubt whether Ned’s accusation holds weight. Lauren also accidentally sees Ned’s naked body, and there’s an unexplainable tension between the two.

Click here to watch some episode previews from the official site of “Neighbours.” Find out what happens next on “Neighbours,” which airs Monday to Thursday at 6.30pm on Channel Eleven in Australia. In the UK, “Neighbours” airs during weekdays on Channel 5.