Neighbours' Sheila Canning grieves for Gary after his death

Daniel Kilkelly

From Digital Spy

Neighbours spoilers follow. This includes details of some characters who survive the events of Neighbours: Endgame.

Neighbours has revealed a first look at Sheila Canning's grief for Gary following his tragic death.

Gary, played by Damien Richardson, was killed off in the final episode of Neighbours: Endgame today (March 20).

Fans watched in horror as Gary tried to save Bea Nilsson and Harlow Robinson from the mineshaft on Pierce Greyson's island, only for evil Finn Kelly to intervene.

Finn crept up on Gary and used a bow and arrow to fatally wound him, making sure that Bea and Harlow stayed put.

Photo credit: Channel 5

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New spoiler pictures now show Sheila (Colette Mann) overwhelmed by grief once the terrible news reaches Ramsay Street.

Next week's episodes see the islanders who survived their ordeal return home. Harlow is in a bad way and has to be put into an induced coma to save her life, while Bea needs surgery for a broken leg.

Meanwhile, Toadie Rebecchi is treated for concussion and exhaustion.

The truth about what happened on the island is then revealed by the survivors as they speak to the police.

Photo credit: Channel 5

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Kyle also arrives home to break the devastating news to Sheila that Gary didn't make it.

Kyle then gets in touch with his half-sister Xanthe, who decides to stay put in Queensland as she can't bear to return to Erinsborough and face the reminders of Finn.

As always, the neighbours are on hand to rally round the Cannings in their time of need, but a struggling Sheila struggles to find any comfort in their support.

Photo credit: Channel 5

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Sheila also becomes fixated on Gary's autopsy, unable to focus on anything until she knows what the results are. She tries speaking to Mark Brennan (Scott McGregor) about the situation, but he insists that she'll have to wait.

Kyle later decides to move into Number 26 to support Sheila and they're both shaken when the autopsy results finally arrive. After hearing what Mark has to say, Kyle blames himself.

Neighbours airs these scenes on Tuesday, March 24, Wednesday, March 25 and Thursday, March 26 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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