He's born again; Soap stories NEIGHBOURS WEEKDAYS, FIVE, 5.35pm.
Every now and then, Neighbours' writers somehow come up with an unforgettable storyline.
Remember the time when Bouncer the dog's dream was televised, Harold's amnesia amnesia (ămnē`zhə), [Gr.,=forgetfulness], condition characterized by loss of memory for long or short intervals of time. It may be caused by injury, shock, senility, severe illness, or mental disease. or Paul wrestling with an imaginary foe?
Well, all those are about to be topped courtesy of Marco's ghost.
Yes, he may have been dead for the best part of a week, but the fruit salesman-turned-chef keeps popping up in the most unexpected places to offer his widow, Carmella, a shoulder to cry on. He even advises her on what to wear, so she opts for the brightly coloured frock he loved, which rubs his mother up the wrong way.
Marco then tells her to sing for him at the graveside grave·side
The area beside a grave. in what turns out to be one of the most hilarious moments ever committed to celluloid. Oddly, none of her friends think she's gone mad, despite an impromptu version of Amazing Grace "Amazing Grace" is a well-known Christian hymn. The words were written late in 1772 by Englishman John Newton. They first appeared in print in Newton's Olney Hymns, 1779 that he worked on with William Cowper. .
She gets a round of applause and Marco's mum tells her she and Chloe are welcome at the Silvani house any time. She is going to regret that.
SPOOKY... Marco appeals to Carmella