Next week on the UK version of Home and Away, Tane finds out what the bikies have in store for him and the gym, and Xander divulges the full amount of his stress.
To the surprise of his half-sister Rose, Xander Delaney (Luke Van Osmental )’s strain in the line of duty as a paramedic is exposed this week (Kirsty Marillier).
Since moving to Summer Bay, it has become clear that Xander has a tendency to over-involve himself with his patients. As evidenced by the latest instance of Millie Hudson (Zara Zoe), Rose has been quick to communicate any concerns, but she is still ignorant of how much Xander has struggled with patient loss.
The two are called to a collision where a teenager has been run off his bicycle by a car the next week. Xander and colleague paramedic Jo (Katie Horky) are urgently trying to administer CPR on the young man when coppers Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) and Rose arrive, but after 30 minutes they are forced to stop.
Despite his claims that he’s just had a few beers, the driver, Rodney, smells strongly of alcohol, and when Cash tells him that he’s over the legal limit and is being arrested, Xander snaps.
Cash had to restrain Xander as he yells, “Look at what you’ve done.” “He died as a result of you! You are to blame, and I hope you rot in jail!
After Xander has calmed down, Rose informs him that she has never seen her brother act that way before, and it greatly scared her. Rose is astonished by her brother’s outburst. Xander dismisses her when she asks if he wants to discuss.
Later, Rose dumps Tex, her new love (Lucas Linehan). When they were younger, Xander used to be so much fun; as a teenager, he was constantly playing practical jokes on his family, but in recent years, he’s changed. He no longer even grins much.
In the meantime, Xander is having a panic attack in the flat, has locked himself in his room, and is constantly replaying the incident in his thoughts. He puts on his headphones and cranks up some loud hard rock music, but it doesn’t really help him relax.
When Rose comes home and is unable to persuade Xander to open his door, she becomes very worried, especially when she discovers that the door is locked from the inside.
Xander is sitting there with his back to Rose, oblivious to the noise as he continues to listen to his music. Rose bursts down the door out of concern for her brother’s safety.
When Rose puts her hand on his shoulder, Xander is surprised and orders her to leave the room right away!
The following morning, Rose refuses to apologise, but Xander maintains that everything was good and that he can relax without his sister knocking on his door.
Rose tries to explain to Xander that in life and death jobs like theirs, people need to find a method to cope without lashing out because else the next time it may be worse. She does this after talking about the incident with Cash in more detail.
As Xander dismisses Rose’s worries that he needs assistance, he abruptly takes off his shirt to expose a body covered in elaborate tattoos.
“This is how I handle it,” you say. A stunned Rose, who had never before seen the full amount of her brother’s tattoos, hears Xander yell at her.
Rose recognises that Xander’s coping strategy is not healthy when he explains that every time he has a traumatic experience with a patient that he just can’t get over, he gets a tattoo.
Will Rose be able to persuade Xander that he requires assistance?
Tane (Ethan Browne) is distraught after seeing a picture of Ari and Mia on his car and a letter that reads, “Your brother stole our money,” elsewhere in Summer Bay. We desire its return.
Viewers just discovered that Tex is actually a member of the Death Adders, a bikie gang who were allegedly the victims of a robbery Ari carried out more than ten years ago. Since then, Tex has been keeping a watch on who comes and goes at the Parata residence. When she discovered that Chloe (Sam Barrett) is Ari’s stepdaughter, she was intrigued.
Gang boss Marty (Ben Wood) decides to make Tane work hard for a time after he unwillingly calls the number that has been provided. Tane is instructed to meet on Stewarts Point Road in 15 minutes the next day.
When Marty arrives, he tells Tane to go in and put a sack over his head.
Until Marty tells Tane he knows where Tane’s girlfriend Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) is, Tane isn’t too keen on the notion. Tane is persuaded to agree after hearing this and seeing the heavyweights in the rear of the vehicle.
Tane is surprised to run across Tex at the bikies’ headquarters because he recognises him from his most recent workouts at the gym.
Ari and Mia quickly connected the dots after Marty revealed that the money Ari stole from his father was the identical sum that they spent for the gym.
Tane is now in charge of paying them back because he is the gym’s new owner, and Ari is no longer alive and Mia is still abroad. to $225,000, plus interest, in their opinion.
Tane argues that he has no chance of coming up with that much money, but Marty says he’ll have to if he wants him to call Flick.
Tane is dropped off back in the bay as Tex cautions him not to procrastinate too long in devising a strategy to raise the finances.
Tane looks over the gym accounts after finally telling Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) what’s going on, but he realises that his only alternative is to sell out.
When Tane meets with Tex to inform him, Tex says there has been a modification in the original plan. Tex tells him that they are going to do business with him instead since it will be much more beneficial to them and that they feel bad for him having to deal with Ari’s issue.
The bikers will send someone in to review the financial records and determine how much money they can invest in the gym.
Tane understands what Tex is aiming at right away: money laundering!
Later, Tane informs Nik that they must come up with a new strategy, but for the time being, he has little choice than to comply.