Home and Away (1988– )

Episode #1.5829 

Jet pushes John to keep up courting Marilyn with Winston, who pulls all the stops for his 'last chance dinner', but she tells both to have no real romantic interest, so Winston decides to ... See full summary »

Director:

Geoffrey Nottage

Writer:

Sam Meikle
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ray Meagher ... Alf Stewart
Lynne McGranger ... Irene Roberts
Emily Symons Emily Symons ... Marilyn Chambers
Rhiannon Fish ... April Scott
Charles Cottier ... Dexter Walker
Lisa Gormley Lisa Gormley ... Bianca Scott
Georgie Parker ... Roo Stewart
Lincoln Younes ... Casey Braxton
Shane Withington ... John Palmer
Marcus Graham ... Harvey Ryan
Will McDonald ... Jett James
Nic Westaway ... Kyle Braxton
Bonnie Sveen ... Ricky Sharpe
Kelly Paterniti ... Tamara Kingsley
John Batchelor ... Winston Markman
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Storyline

Jet pushes John to keep up courting Marilyn with Winston, who pulls all the stops for his 'last chance dinner', but she tells both to have no real romantic interest, so Winston decides to leave town. Dex and April stop Rickie's bully attempt to force Casey to rehab, so she bugs Tamara to take over, which works after Dex simply pointed out his own, worse yet successful experience to Casey. Kyle can't stand Tamare being with his brother again, so he wants her out of the restaurant too. Dr. Peta Bradley however concludes the couple can't continue collaborating and orders one of them to leave the hospital. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 September 2013 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Australia

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Stereo

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Color
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