Home and Away (1988– )
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Sophie goes into labor while Pippa is out shopping. Michael goes with Sophie and is there when Sophie gives birth to Tamara. Pippa arrives late. Sophie tells Tamara "You might not have a ... See full summary »

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Debra Lawrance ...
Pippa Ross
Dennis Coard ...
Michael Ross
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Sophie Simpson
Tina Thomsen ...
Finlay Roberts
Norman Coburn ...
Donald Fisher
Nicolle Dickson ...
Bobby Marshall
Ross Newton ...
Greg Marshall
Ryan Clark ...
Sam Nicholls (credit only)
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Alf Stewart
Judy Nunn ...
Ailsa Stewart
Richard Norton ...
Simon Fitzgerald
Emily Symons ...
Marilyn Chambers
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Adam Cameron
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Blake Dean
Dee Smart ...
Lucinda Croft
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Sophie goes into labor while Pippa is out shopping. Michael goes with Sophie and is there when Sophie gives birth to Tamara. Pippa arrives late. Sophie tells Tamara "You might not have a daddy, but you have a mommy that loves you very much" Written by JW

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19 June 1992 (Australia)  »

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"Don't ask me, ask Sophie.She went through it all."
3 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

The first birth on the show since 1989 is handled rather well, with Michael being a good support to Sophie.It's a surprisingly crowded episode as most of the cast pop by to get their first look at baby Tamara and the bond between Sophie and Lou is a nice touch.The gatherings at the hospital and the house show a good community spirit.

Meanwhile, Lou tries to deal with her guilt over kissing Ryan by rushing through her engagement to Nick.Nick's oddly civil attitude to the person who's openly trying to break up his relationship is a bit hard to accept.

There's also some great comedy in the scenes of Adam dragging Blake and Simon along in his latest scheme.The bit where they realise Alf and Ailsa are going to the very restaurant they've tried to recreate and subsequently fail to get their money back from Adam is hilarious.


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