On Home and Away, Dean Thompson (played by Patrick O’Connor) is still perplexed as to why his mother, Karen (Georgia Adamson), has ran away from her lover, Brett Maloney.
When Dean and his girlfriend, Ziggy Astoni (Sophie Dillman), heard how Brett proposed to Karen, they were fascinated.
Karen, on the other hand, appears to be absolutely avoiding Brett right now!
Dean decides to go deeper and obtains Brett’s contact information from Karen’s phone.
Dean’s involvement, Ziggy believes, is playing with fire… yet it appears he has a plan…
When Dean (Aaron Glenane, who starred in the post-apocalyptic series Snowpiercer) comes in Summer Bay later that day, Karen is in for an SURPRISE!
When Karen discovers Dean has meddled in her personal life, she is not impressed.
As a result, she takes extraordinary measures to throw Brett off guard!
WHAT does Karen do?
During their warrior training camping trip, Tane Parata (Ethan Browne) and his nephew Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) found a steady rhythm.
Nikau was apprehensive about following in his late father Mikaere’s footsteps.
But, with Tane’s aid, he appears to be on his way to rediscovering his warrior spirit!
However, a dark cloud continues to loom over them.
Tane reminds Nikau of their training goal.
They must now return to Summer Bay and face whatever awaits Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams), a family member who is still in police detention after admitting to a MURDER he did not commit…
After snooping through Chloe’s private diary, Mia Anderson (Anna Samson) is anxious about her daughter, Chloe (Sam Barrett).
Despite the fact that the diary and its incriminating proof have been erased, Chloe is constantly haunted by her guilt.
Mia tries to cheer Chloe up by involving her in her plans to marry Ari while she is incarcerated.
When Chloe continues to blame herself over Ari’s arrest, Mia seeks support from a friend, Bella Nixon (Courtney Miller).
Maybe Bella will be the one to persuade Chloe.