Home and Away (1988– )
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After the Hawaiian wedding, Sid picks up the bill. After his wedding night, Romeo defers the honeymoon, determined to prove himself a devoted breadwinner by becoming a business success. ... See full summary »

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Irene Roberts
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Charlie Buckton
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Xavier Austin (as David Jones Roberts)
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Romeo Smith
Emily Symons ...
Marilyn Chambers
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April Scott
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Sid Walker
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Indi Walker
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Dexter Walker
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Bianca Scott
Georgie Parker ...
Roo Stewart
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Heath Braxton (as Daniel Ewing)
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VJ Patterson (credit only)
Luke Jacobz ...
Angelo Rosetta (credit only)
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Elijah Johnson (credit only)
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After the Hawaiian wedding, Sid picks up the bill. After his wedding night, Romeo defers the honeymoon, determined to prove himself a devoted breadwinner by becoming a business success. Heath is not amused when Charlie harasses him and his latest floozy, so he goes warn presumed instigator Bianca he's better at hardball. Dex fails to talk April out of owing up to Xavier. However she confesses to have 'some' feelings for him to and starts kissing. Sid admits to Roo he's out of love with Marilyn and steals a kiss. Written by KGF Vissers

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underwear | boxer shorts | bed | See All (3) »

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Drama | Romance

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29 June 2011 (Australia)  »

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