On this week’s episode of Home and Away in Australia, Bob makes his way back to Summer Bay with only Kirby on his mind. Nikau feels pressed to provide Tane with the ideal best man elsewhere.
This week, Theo (Matt Evans) and Kirby (Angelina Thomson) have another setback as a result of the unexpected appearance of Bob Forsyth, Kirby’s ex (Rob Mallett).
Bob the Snob, the former lead vocalist of Lyrik, was last observed snubbing the idea of accepting a regular gig in the sleepy village of Summer Bay.
Bob presented Kirby an ultimatum as he packed his possessions in the van, feeling that bandmates Eden (Stephanie Panozzo) and Remi (Adam Rowland) desire to say yes was only holding back his and Kirby’s actual skill.
Kirby decided to stick with the rest of the band since he was tired of always being expected to support Bob. However, when Bob called their bluff and quit, the band was forced to look for a new lead singer.
It didn’t take long for Theo to show up, but as Theo and Kirby began to develop feelings for one another, a new restriction on interband relationships became problematic.
Theo and Kirby finally made their relationship public after several weeks of back-and-forth, with Eden and Remi hesitantly approving.
Due to Theo reopening his social media accounts and publishing a professionally shot music video, Lyrik has recently gained popularity. Bob, who texted Kirby about Lyrik, noted that she and Theo appeared to be getting along well.
Kirby agreed to meet with Bob without alerting Theo that he had contacted her, and she even did so. She didn’t come clean until Theo noticed a text from Bob thanking her for accepting their catchup on Kirby’s phone.
She told Theo that because of Bob’s abrupt departure, she hadn’t received the right closure on their relationship and that he at least owes her an explanation for leaving her. This made Theo unsure of whether he could trust Kirby.
Theo expressed regret for his behaviour and assured Kirby that he wouldn’t get in the way of their meeting, but Kirby later changed her mind and informed Bob that it had been cancelled.
But when Bob returns to Summer Bay this week, it appears he doesn’t get the message.
Bob is eager to frustrate Theo since he is obviously trying to win Kirby back. When he acknowledges that he still has affections for her, he surprises Kirby as well.
Even though Kirby is blissfully content in her new relationship with Theo and has no plans to go back to her time with Bob, Theo nevertheless feels the effects of Kirby’s ex-visit. boyfriend’s
Theo is under a lot of stress because of Bob’s ability to interfere with his relationship with Kirby, according to Matt Evans in an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle. Theo is uncertain about whether Bob has returned to take back his position as Lyrik’s leader, which gives him some anxiety.
It’s unclear if Bob is actually returning for Kirby or if he is just interested in the attention that Lyrik’s sudden stardom is generating for the band.
Theo resolves to give Kirby the time and space she needs to work things out with Bob despite his initial concerns since he has faith in her to act morally.
Theo is quite serious about Kirby, said Matt. “He adores her because she shares his love of music and has incredible musical talent. He regards her highly and would sacrifice anything for her.
But can Kirby withstand Bob’s advances given how close they are?
After Tane (Ethan Browne) asks Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) to be his best man for his approaching nuptials with Felicity, Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) enters full-on wedding planning mode this week (Jacqui Purvis).
Tane intended the couple to get married eight weeks after they were engaged, to coincide with the anniversary of their first meeting. So, with time running out on the calendar, everything needs to be organised quickly.
Nik swears to make his uncle proud, but Tane becomes concerned as his resolution starts to take the form of a desire to manage the wedding.
Tane wants to know what’s going on, and Nik eventually reveals the actual reason why he wants everything to be perfect: he believes he has to live up to the standards set by his late uncle Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams), who would have been the ideal best man.
Tane reassures his nephew that he shouldn’t put himself under too much stress because the wedding is meant to be a low-key occasion.
Can Nikau finally unwind?