Home and Away: Season 1, Episode 4,777

Episode #1.4777 (27 Jan. 2009)

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The day of Jack's funeral sees Charlie arranging a sting to prove Angelo was responsible for his death and the arrival in town of Jack's cousin Hugo.

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Xavier is clearly unhappy, unlike Tony and his mother, when big brother Hugo, who abandoned them and his kid brother Brandon, turns up unannounced for Jack's funeral. He buys drugs from Matthew and is dumped by Ruby. Ever-emotive Martha nearly ruins the police trap for Angelo, but it looks like he changed his mind anyway and Tim Coleman was there too. When Tony gets wind of of things, he attacks Angelo, who starts confessing. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I quite literally don't know what I'm going to do without him"
21 December 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So Jack is laid to rest and the guy who may or may not have killed him confesses.The funeral is nicely played, with Martha conflicted and Tony distraught.His eulogy is completely apt.Angelo is rightly at the centre of the episode, torn between paying his respects to his friend and dealing with the fact that he's responsible for his death.It's nice that he's not quite corrupt enough to be willing to resort to bribery and in the end it's his guilt rather than trickery that brings things to a climax.

Hugo makes a decent debut and doesn't seem to do anything to deserve the hatred that a typically bratty Xavier foists on him.Mind you, Xavier doesn't really deserve to have Ruby stalking him:She turns up at his cousin's funeral purely in order to chat him up and randomly stands right next to Tony during the eulogy.But Xavier dealing drugs during Jack's wake doesn't win him any fans.

Charlie does a good job of staying professional during a very difficult situation.Roman is good in his scenes with Martha, continuing to be a supportive friend, but loses points by childishly snapping at Charlie when she has other things on her mind.Tony's attack on Angelo, although understandable, is hard to defend, especially when we don't know what exactly Martha told him and whether he simply accepted Angelo was Jack's killer without any evidence.

In retrospect, this episode marks the last time we see either Tim or Matthew, as one potentially interesting character and one truly terrible storyline lope off screen with little fanfare.


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