Neighbours spoilers follow for UK viewers.
Neighbours' Curtis Perkins will be distraught after making a shock discovery about his secret love Jesse Porter next week.
New arrival Jesse (Cameron Robbie) has been keeping a number of secrets from the residents of Erinsborough. Not only is he quietly dating Curtis (Nathan Borg), he is also keeping up a fake relationship with Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) and hiding the fact that he is a secret spy for the Quill family and has been feeding confidential information to the rival hotel owners about Lassiters.
After discovering the truth about Jesse's link to the Quills, Harlow, Roxy Willis (Zima Anderson) and Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) decide to feed Jesse bogus information, knowing that he will report it back to their rivals.
In scenes to air next week, Harlow, with Paul and Roxy acting as the devils on her shoulder, will continue to provide fake information to Jesse. The ruse works and Harlow assumes that her work is done, but she's concerned when Paul announces that he wants to take things further.
Later in the week, Harlow is starting to feel the pressure of keeping up her ruse, while Jesse decides to end things with Curtis, leaving Curtis heartbroken.
When Hendrix Grayson (Ben Turland) discovers that Jesse and Curtis had been secretly dating, he is shocked and assumes that Jesse was cheating on Harlow – completely unaware that her and Jesse's relationship is fake.
Hendrix confides in Mackenzie Hargreaves (Georgie Stone) about what he has found out and Mackenzie regretfully reveals all to Harlow. Harlow attempts to keep up the pretence that she and Jesse are genuine, although she is very aware that things are starting to get very complicated.
Hendrix later goes to Curtis with the information that Jesse has been seeing somebody else. Angry Curtis finds Jesse outside the hotel and confronts him over his lies.
Heartbroken Curtis lashes out in his rage and ends up pushing Jesse over. Will Jesse be okay, and is his relationship with Curtis over for good?
Neighbours airs these scenes on Wednesday, August 11 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.
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