Neighbours hints that Bea Nilsson could become a target of evil Finn Kelly next week.
Viewers will see the first signs of Finn's dark side returning when Lucy Robinson (Melissa Bell) kicks him out of her Mardi Gras party at The Waterhole, fearing that his presence will cause bad press.
Finn struggles to control the anger that Lucy's decision sparks in him – and he can't resist planning a fightback.
Wanting Lassiters to pay for banning him, Finn asks his girlfriend Bea (Bonnie Anderson) to take a stand by quitting singing at The Waterhole.
When Bea refuses, there are signs of Finn's old controlling nature returning as he's visibly annoyed by her lack of support.
Later in the week, Finn becomes troubled again when he receives a phone call from his dad Trent.
Opening up to his video diary, Finn reveals that he now remembers his kidnap ordeal in Colombia – so feels even angrier over Trent's role in prolonging his ordeal.
Finn also confesses that he's angry with Bea for contacting Trent and bringing him back into his life again.
Bea can sense that Finn isn't himself, but is oblivious to the reasons why. She tries to cheer him up, but he'd much rather spend time with her sister Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta).
As Finn continues to try and work through his attraction to Elly, it might have dire consequences for his future...
Neighbours airs these scenes on Monday, March 2, Tuesday, March 3 and Friday, March 6 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).
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