Heartbreak High Episode 152
Anita and Lachlan are becoming close, however when she witnesses his bigoted attitude towards the squatters who have become her friends she is forced to rethink her feelings. Kurt (Jeremy Lindsay Taylor), on the other hand, is not convinced. He dismisses Anita's warnings until he too witnesses the prejudice first hand. It is time for Kurt to take action.
Nikki (Fleur Beaupert) gets a call from ICE Records. They've received her video tape and want a meeting as soon as possible. Mai, Ryan (Rel Hunt) and the rest of the crew think this is the start of something big, however, Nikki arrives at ICE records only to find out that it is Mai they want to see not her. Mai is delighted until she realises that Nikki thinks she has sabotaged her performance intentionally. Ryan convinces Mai to meet with ICE and they offer her a job. Mai is torn, will she take the job and risk losing Nikki's friendship forever?
Mai seeks Mr Albers' (Frederick Miragliotta) advice - to take a risk on a job in a precarious industry or stay at school and finish her HSC. Albers is having trouble making the same sort of decision himself - he has been offered a job as artistic director of a regional theatre company. It is only a twelve month contract so there's no long term security. Could this be farewell to two of Heartbreak High's beloved characters?
D'espo (Mario Gamma) has fallen in love with a very friendly girl, Jasmina. Unfortunately he is still living with his Nanna and needs a place to take this hot babe. He figures the shed is the perfect spot. Drazic (Callan Mulvey) has his reservations but D'espo convinces him he'll make it worth his while - he can have heaps of extra shifts at the Shark Pool. Either that or lose his job all together. It is an offer Draz can't refuse. Jasmina shows up at the shed and likes what she sees when she spots Draz. Now Draz is left with the unenviable task of telling D'espo what his girlfriend is really like.
Heartbreak High also stars Andrea Moor as Di Barnett.
Heartbreak High is a Gannon Television production, executive producer is Ben Gannon. This episode is written by David Phillips and directed by Steve Mann.