Harold is back next week (Photo: Channel 5/Fremantle)

When the long-awaited Harold Bishop (Ian Smith) returns to Ramsey Street, the moment that neighborhood fans have been waiting for is fast approaching.

The former cafe owner and Elinsborough legend will retrace his old steps next week to please Susan and Karl Kennedy (Jackie Woodburn and Alan Fletcher).

Arriving at the right time for some of the show’s residents, Mackenzie Hargreaves (Georgia Stone) especially enjoys some of Harold’s good fashion advice.

Mackenzie, as viewers know, is about to come to terms with the death of her loving husband, Hendrix Grayson (Ben Tarland), who died after his body rejected an earlier lung transplant.

It was announced that his father Grant (Paul Mercury) would harvest him, but they clashed repeatedly.

Next week, they promise to understand each other that they’ll be more open with each other, but when Sadie Rodwell (Emerald Chan) comes across an unexpected video of Hendrix, Grant starts capturing again.

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Neighbors of Mackenzie (Photo: Channel 5 / Fremantle)

Wendy (Candy Rick) gave her opinion and Mackenzie should get a chance to give her own opinion on the situation since she’s an adult but Grant sticks by her decision.

So, until Todd (Ryan Moloney) and Melanie Pearson (Lucinda Cohen) echo Wendy’s sentiments, Grant can’t be sure he’s being overprotective of his daughter.

Meanwhile, Karl and Susan returned to Ramsey Street and were surprised at how closed Mackenzie was. They urge him to reconcile with her father, but McKee refuses and the couple lose track of what they’re doing best.

Please enter Harold.

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Harold McKenzie gives some advice after he compares his sadness (Photo: Channel 5/Fremantle).

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Mackenzie finds Harold’s words calm (Photo: Channel 5 / Fremantle)

Harold surprises Karl and Susan and learns that his presence is exactly what Mackenzie needs.

The show is keenly aware of Mackenzie’s plight and opens her up to the sadness of her own journey. After her advice proved effective, Mackenzie began to feel strong for the first time in a long time.

But Mackenzie isn’t the only one on Ramses Street who needs Harold’s advice on a regular basis. Zara Zelvin (Freia van Dick) is worried about the naming of Toads and Melanie and all the injustices of her.

Harold doesn’t seem to be that excited about the development, so his words seem to work!

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Harold is back in the final month of Neighbours, described as a celebration of the series’ Legacy broadcast (Picture: Channel 5/Fremantle).

That said, he refuses to eliminate Melanie and Toad that Zara wants, but promises to investigate further.

In the next scene, she asks Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton) about Melanie’s credibility, and despite her own feelings, Amy talks a lot about Mel.

Will Harold’s suspicions about Mel Amy be silenced because of her high praise? I don’t know yet, but in any case, I can’t wait for Harold to return to the screen.

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Before the final episode of the show, it was first revealed in March that Harold would be returning to his neighbor with other celebrities from the previous year.

As viewers know, Neighbors supports Channel 5’s controversial programming in favor of “original British drama”, which broadcasters claim has “strong appeal” to viewers. After deciding to remove it, we plan to reach a conclusion by the end of August.

The last month of the episode is described as a celebration of the show’s on-air heritage, and quite frankly, it’s a must-see on television.

Un Reloj: Wednesday, July 6, 1:45 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., Channel 5.