Neighbours spoilers follow for UK viewers.
Neighbours' Bea Nilsson is left fighting for her life on UK screens next week, after being accidentally poisoned.
Viewers have seen Roxy Willis using the wild mushrooms outside the Tram for the gravy in Kyle Canning's 'Best Dish of Erinsborough' entry, not realising they were in fact poisonous death cap mushrooms.
The judge – councillor Jacinta Hay – falls ill after taking a bite of the dish. She makes a full recovery, but Bea's hospitalisation is much more serious having eaten a whole pie.
In upcoming scenes, Toadie Rebecchi (Ryan Moloney) is in possession of some kangaroo pies from the Tram. These pies have the poisonous gravy inside.
Originally planning on giving the pies to his children, Toadie ends up handing them over to Ned Willis (Ben Hall), to show appreciation for Ned's help with the lip-sync battle event fundraiser.
Ned is about to eat one of the poisoned pies, cutting into one... but ends up changing his mind at the last second.
Unfortunately, Bea (Bonnie Anderson) does tuck into one of the pies, and it's not long before she starts to feel extremely ill while hanging out with Levi Canning (Richie Morris), Kyle, and Roxy.
Bea collapses and is rushed to hospital, with David Tanaka (Takaya Honda) and Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) among those treating her.
Roxy and Kyle later find out about Bea's condition and are racked with guilt, having failed to come clean about the poisoned gravy when the judge first fell ill.
They agree it's time to confess and reveal the truth about how Bea got poisoned, but when Bea is conscious again, something she says stops the pair from coming clean...
Neighbours airs these scenes on Wednesday, February 17, Thursday, February 18, and Friday, February 19 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.
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