Neighbours' Kyle Canning faces a difficult decision over Roxy Willis

Jess Lee
·2-min read

From Digital Spy

Neighbours spoilers follow for UK viewers.

Neighbours' Kyle Canning is forced to make a business decision over Roxy Willis on UK screens next week, as he's given the opportunity to re-open The 82.

Kyle is offered the Tram back after Amy Greenwood gives up on her boutique business and leaves Erinsborough. But it comes with an ultimatum, which leaves Roxy disappointed.

Photo credit: Channel 5
Photo credit: Channel 5

In upcoming scenes on Channel 5, Kyle (Chris Milligan) is in a gloomy mood on his birthday over losing the Tram, thanks to Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis). Roxy (Zima Anderson) then suggests they should team up and start a business together.

With Amy's departure, Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) approaches Kyle and offers him the lease to the Tram.

For Kyle, running The 82 again is an opportunity to make his late father Gary proud and rebuild his legacy. And so he eventually accepts Karl's offer.

But Roxy is upset. She later admits to Kyle that she was excited over the prospect of going into business with him.

Photo credit: Channel 5
Photo credit: Channel 5

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Kyle responds by suggesting that Roxy joins him as a business partner. Roxy is delighted with the idea – but Karl is much less keen. Karl sees Roxy as a liability, not helped at all by her part in the recent poisonings when she picked and used death cap mushrooms in the gravy.

As the owner, Karl insists that Kyle will only be allowed the Tram back if Roxy is not a business partner.

Kyle is unhappy at having to make the decision, but chooses to run the Tram solo.

Roxy is disappointed but reacts by pursuing her business idea. She later announces that she will set up a pop-up shop selling second-hand clothes right next to the Tram. While Kyle is supportive, others may take issue with her location...

Neighbours airs these scenes on Wednesday, March 24, Thursday, March 25 and Friday, March 26 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.

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