Home and Away (1988– )
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Rhys Sutherland
Dane Carson ...
Greg West
Lyn Collingwood ...
Colleen Smart
Daniel Collopy ...
Josh West
Mitch Firth ...
Seb Miller
Geoffrey Fois ...
VJ Patterson
Paula Forrest ...
Shelley Sutherland
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Kirsty Sutherland
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Charlotte Adams (as Stephanie Jacobsen) (credit only)
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Vinnie Patterson
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Alf Stewart
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Leah Patterson
Danny Raco ...
Alex Poulos
Susie Rugg ...
Brodie Hanson
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Dani Sutherland
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19 February 2002 (Australia)  »

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"I've done my time.And I want out."
7 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

Some nice stuff going on here as we meet Josh's father and discover something about his background.The conversations between them do make Josh seem quite a decent guy so Dani's increasingly stroppy behaviour is a bit irritating, although her scenes with Brodie are rather amusing.

Vinnie continues to worry about his court case but it's a sign of how much we've come to like him that we don't think for one second that he's actually done a runner.His scenes with Leah are rather sweet and make you really feel for them.

Kirsty continues her pursuit of a new direction in life.Shelley's way of handling it, to let her go as far as she wants and see what happens, is probably the right one and she continues to demonstrate her ability to talk Rhys into doing things he doesn't want.


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