On Home and Away, Chloe Anderson (played by Sam Barrett) has come close to admitting that she was the one who killed her father, Matthew Montgomery.
Is she on the verge of snapping again and handing herself in to the cops?
Bella Nixon (Courtney Miller) tries to contact Chloe after her frightened mother Mia (Anna Samson) requests her assistance.
Bella tells the storey of her police officer brother, Colby Thorne, who was sentenced to prison for MURDER.
Chloe, on the other hand, is too burdened by guilt to properly appreciate Bella’s help.
Ari Parata (Rob Kipa-Williams) may be sentenced to prison after confessing to the crime committed by Chloe…
At Summer Bay House, Alf Stewart (Ray Meagher) and his daughter, Roo, are still at odds (Georgie Parker).
Ryder Jackson (Lukas Radovich), Alf’s grandson, is caught in the middle.
After all, when Alf argued with Justin Morgan (James Stewart) and Theo Poulos (Matt Evans) over the dangerous “buried alive” video prank, which nearly killed Ryder, he thought he was acting in Ryder’s best interests.
However, with Theo’s imminent court date approaching, Justin is hopeful that Alf would drop the charges and spare Theo from a criminal record.
Ryder is relieved to be able to leave to Salt and avoid any further arguments.
However, tragedy strikes when Ryder is locked in the Salt supply cupboard by accident and begins to experience another panic attack…
Now that Tane Parata (Ethan Browne) has returned from his camping trip, Felicity Newman (Jacqui Purvis) is excited to get back on track with him.
Tane chooses to formalise their relationship by inviting Felicity to a family dinner at the Parata home.
Felicity has never been invited to dinner with a boyfriend’s family before, so this is a first for her.
But, with all of the recent drama in the Parata household, will the family meal be a hit… or a miss?