Look out Paul Robinson, double the trouble is returning to Ramsay Street and they're coming straight for you!
Iconic '90s Neighbours stars, twin sisters Gayle and Gillian Blakeney who played Christina and Caroline Alessi, are making a comeback to the show. And it's set to spell serious D-R-A-M-A.
"We knew if they wanted to reprise the characters after nearly 30 years, it had to be for a great story line which it is. We're really looking forward to filming it," Gayle, 52, teases.
The real-life sisters first arrived in Erinsborough in 1990. Their characters Christina and Caroline assumed the false identity of one person, Linda Giles, as part of a protection program after they witnessed a murder.
Once the culprit was caught however, they revealed their true identities.
Before long it seemed the sisters didn't just look alike, they also had the same taste in men, both falling for Paul (Stefan Dennis).
While it was Christina who won over the cut-throat businessman, marrying and having a son together, it wasn't long before Caroline captivated his attention. Uh-oh!
The betrayal was enough to send Christina packing, so what can we expect when she and her sister returns?
"I don't want to give too much away but Chrissie still feels a lot resentment toward Paul and I think the audience from that time will pick up on that, so it will be interesting to see how it plays out," Gayle tells TV WEEK.
Almost three decades since they were on air, the sisters reveal they're excited to be reliving and reviving their beloved characters.
"This is escapism from our real world," Gillian, 52, says, "[it's] just so different from our normal day to days lives, so for us it's a lot of fun."
"The funny thing is our children had no idea of this part of our lives until now and my teenage daughter can't believe the padded shoulders and big hair from that era, it's very funny," Gayle adds.
Fans can expect the twins and whole lot of scandal to hit our screens in September.
Neighbours airs 6.30pm weeknights on 10 Peach.