The Leaders' part is sometimes also described as a Fold & Roll.
Follow Your Neighbor is similar to a Scoot Back except that
Everyone does a 3/4 turn instead of a 1/2 turn
Those doing the Arm Turn hold on to each other
Those doing the Arm Turn 3/4 usually start with a forearm grip and
blend into a normal handhold upon completion of the call.
Questionable usage of Follow Your Neighbor:
I've seen Follow Your Neighbor used by callers in the following questionable situation:
This example is illustrated here so that callers can hopefully avoid calling it.
Single 1/4 Tag $B$+$i(B:
Follow Your Neighbor $B$NA0(B
From this position, all dancers do the Trailers' part of Follow Your Neighbor
(i.e., Extend & Arm Turn 3/4).
I believe this to be a reasonable extension of Follow Your Neighbor, since we
regularly do Scoot Back from both a Mini-Wave Box and a Single 1/4 Tag.
Grand Follow Your Neighbor[A1]:
From Columns or other applicable formations.
Out-Facing Ends 1/2 Split Circulate & U-Turn Back as
the others 1/2 Circulate & Arm Turn 3/4.
Columns end in a Tidal Wave.
Grand Follow Your Neighbor $B$NA0(B
Cross Your Neighbor[C1](Gus Greene 1969):
From a Mini-Wave Box or applicable T-Bone 2 x 2.
Leaders 1/2 Box Circulate & U-Turn Back as Trailers
& Arm Turn 3/4.
A Mini-Wave Box ends in an opposite-handed Two-Faced Line.
Criss Cross Your Neighbor[C2]:
$BJ?9T$J(B Wave, $BE,@Z$J(B 2 x 4 T-Bone $B$+$i(B.
Trailers $B$O(B Cross Extend, Arm Turn 3/4 (Cross Your Neighbor) & Spread $B$r$7(B, Leaders $B$O(B 1/2 Box Circulate & Cross Run $B$r$7$^$9(B.
Mini Wave $B$N(B Box $B$+$i$O(B, $B5U$Nany Tagging Call Your Neighbor[C2]:
Do the any Tagging call to the 1/2 Tag position; Follow Your Neighbor.
Ends in a Wave.
For example, a Tag Your Neighbor is a 1/2 Tag; Follow Your Neighbor.