Home and Away (1988– )
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Alan Henderson collapsed utterly drunk after Stu' school memorial service. Thanks to Sid, he gets CPR and is hospitalized without lasting damage, yet his wife Margaret bitterly tells the ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Lyn Collingwood ...
Colleen Smart
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Gina Palmer
Emily Symons ...
Marilyn Chambers
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Sid Walker
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Indi Walker
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Dexter Walker
Georgie Parker ...
Roo Stewart
Shane Withington ...
John Palmer
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Sasha Bezmel
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Dr. Derek Young
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Christy Clarke
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Alan Henderson
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Margaret Henderson
Kiara Legay ...
Serena
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Felix Dean ...
VJ Patterson (credit only)
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Alan Henderson collapsed utterly drunk after Stu' school memorial service. Thanks to Sid, he gets CPR and is hospitalized without lasting damage, yet his wife Margaret bitterly tells the savior to 'just stay away'. John moves in at Alf's, causing trouble for all. instead of asking him back, as they both really want, Gina plays the victim of 'embarrassment' without admitting her nastily abusive attitude. Sid tells Dex he respects his kids' choice to stay put, but won't withdraw his job application. Sasha arrogantly ignores the countless verbal and virtual warning-off to make herself scarce and refuses to 'dob' to Gina, so Christy gathers a girls gang to beat her up on the beach. Written by KGF Vissers

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