Neighbours is finally resolving the Tanaka mystery

Daniel Kilkelly
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From Digital Spy

Neighbours reveals the truth about the Tanaka twins' father next week and it looks like all hell is going to break loose.

Viewers have been kept guessing over the identity of David and Leo's dad ever since they arrived in Erinsborough last September, but the mystery is finally about to be solved after more than six months of waiting.

Last week, we revealed how Jason Donovan's iconic character Scott Robinson will become the prime suspect after David does some detective work with help from Aaron Brennan.

After looking through an Erinsborough High yearbook, the pair discover that David and Leo's mother Kim was romantically involved with Scott in 1985.

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When David confronts Kim with his findings, she still stubbornly refuses to reveal anything – but she does suddenly seem pretty alarmed when she hears that Leo and Amy Williams have headed off on a romantic getaway together.

Just moments after giving the tip-off, David spots Kim and Paul rushing off to track down Leo and Amy, seemingly desperate to make sure that nothing happens between them.

Watching on from afar, David and Aaron guess that their Scott Robinson theory must be true as Paul and Kim wouldn't want two cousins to sleep together.

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Later, Leo and Amy's getaway is interrupted by the arrival of Paul and Kim, who have a life-changing shock for them.

Does this mean that Scott really is the twins' father? And did anything happen between Leo and Amy before their holiday was unexpectedly gatecrashed?

Neighbours airs these scenes on Tuesday, April 4 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.

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