Home and Away (1988– )
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Hunter starts his community service, picking litter from the beach, but the supervisor is a sadistic bitch whose verbal abuse is just the prelude to forbidding him to look after fellow ... See full summary »

Director:

Ian Watson

Writers:

Margaret Wilson, Hannah Carroll Chapman (storyline)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Lynne McGranger ... Irene Roberts
Ada Nicodemou ... Leah Patterson
Emily Symons Emily Symons ... Marilyn Chambers
Georgie Parker Georgie Parker ... Roo Stewart
Shane Withington ... John Palmer
Charlie Clausen ... Zac MacGuire
Jackson Gallagher ... Josh Barrett
Philippa Northeast ... Evelyn MacGuire
Tai Hara ... Andy Barrett
Alec Snow ... Matt Page
Scott Lee ... Hunter King
Orpheus Pledger ... Mason Morgan
Ash Ricardo ... Danika Kulevski
Bennie Turland ... Jordan Walsh (as Benny Turland)
Nicholas Cassim ... Sergeant Philip McCarthy
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Hunter starts his community service, picking litter from the beach, but the supervisor is a sadistic bitch whose verbal abuse is just the prelude to forbidding him to look after fellow Jordan Walsh who faints dehydrated or worse, and grossly tells concerned to butt out as well. Evie finally realizes Josh, who is tormented by secrecy close to aggressive vandalism, can't pretend Andi committed his homicide for hr selfish sake, so he goes see Andi and records a confession after the fact to hand to the police. Written by KGF Vissers

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vandalism | chore | punishment | See All (3) »

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 June 2016 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Australia

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Stereo

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Color
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"I'll always be someone that killed somebody"
12 August 2016 | by skteoskSee all my reviews

So Josh accepts his fate and so does Evelyn.What you think of their farewell scene probably depends on whether you accept them as a together-forever couple or not, but I guess it was needed.Matt feels like a bit of an intruder, while Andy gets successfully tricked into unincriminating himself.

Hunter's community service is laughable, with his supervisor betrayed like a villain simply for not being a pushover and the over-the-top collapse of new boy Jordan in order to vindicate Hunter's complaining. Zac does need to learn some objectivity.

There's a decent moment for Irene which reminds us of everything she's been through lately, while Marilyn learns that John's experiences in her absence have changed him.


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