Tony tries to reassure Jack about Martha's maternal instinct. The men suffer the girls obsessing about every detail of Russ's impending wedding with Morag, who also complains about having ... See full summary »

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Tony tries to reassure Jack about Martha's maternal instinct. The men suffer the girls obsessing about every detail of Russ's impending wedding with Morag, who also complains about having to pose wearing a broach absent Colleen proudly sent. After Rick got a bit too frisky with Kirstie, Miles asks Leah if she would like to move in instead. By the time she decides to accept, Kirstie has made up with Rick. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You look radiant.You ready, Judge Bellingham?"
17 September 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Something no Home and Away fan ever expected to see-Morag Bellingham getting married.It's even more of a shock when you realise we're witnessing the wedding of two semi-regulars.The ceremony is nice, if low key and the speed in which it was organised stretches credibility slightly.The explanation for Rachel's whereabouts is a bit suspect too. Presumably she was just out of frame.

Both Miles and Kirsty are a bit harsh in their treatment of Ric and although he and Kirsty make their peace a climb down scene with Miles would be nice.It gives a chance to explore Leah's unresolved feelings for Miles and answer the question of exactly where Charlie and Ruby are living.And there's a nice sensitive performance from Jodi Gordon as a cancer stricken Martha trying her best to enjoy one last perfect day.

Unfortunately, the cliffhanger involves Roman discovering something the audience have known about for three episodes, so it's a bit of a damp squib.


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