The following week on Home and Away in the UK, Rose discovers Stacey cheating on Xander, Felicity starts drinking, and worries increase when a parcel from Theo’s supporter is delivered to the garage. How does she know his workplace?
While Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) struggles to deal in the wake of last week’s crash, placing all the blame on herself for her closest friend Eden (Stephanie Panozzo) ending up in a coma, Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) is working nonstop to bring down those responsible.
When Tane (Ethan Browne) brings his fiancée home after she is discharged from the hospital, she quickly turns off the radio when a song that was playing right before the accident triggers memories.
Meanwhile, Cash is taken aback when he learns from Irene (Lynne McGranger) and Justin (James Stewart) at the hospital that his sister has already been released.
Later, when Tane sees Cash removing one of the listening devices he found in the home, he is compelled to inform Him of the reality.
Tane orders Cash to leave the house that very day because he is incensed that he would remain silent about the knowledge that a hit has been placed on him.
As Flick inquires as to the reason for Cash’s move, Cash is at a loss for words. He doesn’t want to scare her by telling her the truth about the bikies being after him because she hasn’t yet learned that the accident was intentionally caused.
Flick assumes that Cash is leaving right now because she is to blame for Eden’s current condition; if she hadn’t had second thoughts about marrying Tane, Cash would have been driving and Eden would be alright.
Before leaving the house, Cash tries his best to reassure a distraught Flick that it has nothing to do with anything and that she is not to blame for the disaster.
Flick, however, can’t fall asleep that night and is lying awake in bed. The horrifying details of the tragedy all flood back to her when she goes outdoors for some fresh air, sending her into a full-blown panic attack.
Flick steals a bottle of whisky the following morning as she arrives at Salt for work and locks herself in the storeroom. She pours herself another glass after downing the first one, appearing to have discovered a solution to her suffering.
Is Flick going in a risky direction?
When Eden and Remi (Adam Rowland) are out of commission for the time being, Theo (Matt Evans) and Kirby (Angelina Thomson), other members of the Lyrik band, start working on postponing their upcoming shows.
Theo sends a message to the band’s followers on social media, but is taken aback when Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) later shows up with a package that was delivered to Summer Bay Auto.
It’s a framed replica of the piece of art that “I heart Theo,” Theo’s fangirl, had earlier DM’d him a few weeks ago. “I saw your post about Lyrik,” the note says. I hope this makes you smile.
While Kirby had initially found the fan’s letters to be endearing, Theo found it difficult to draw the line when the fangirl started to get a touch obsessive since he didn’t want to insult her and hoped that she would stop sending so many messages.
Nonetheless, Theo is rather pleased with the artwork, and while he is taken aback by the attention to detail, Kirby’s alarm bells begin to go off when John (Shane Withington) inquires as to how the fan knew to send it to the garage.
Theo can’t help but show Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) the fanart outdoors, and it’s Nik who solves the puzzle when he points out that Lyrik’s van is covered with the “Summer Bay Auto” logo—there are plenty of pictures of the van on social media, so that’s how the fan knew where to send it.
Although the fan merely paid for an expensive courier to transmit the artwork hours after Theo posted on social media, Kirby still smells a rat.
Theo is able to annoy her by jokingly asking whether she’s jealous as Kirby points out that it’s an invasion of privacy. Even though the tension persists all day, Kirby eventually apologises, saying that she is stressed out from caring about Eden and Remi.
Although Theo had followed Kirby’s advise and remained silent, they both come to the realisation that it would be impolite to ignore the fan, so Theo posts a photo of himself posing with the piece of art.
Yet it becomes evident that Theo’s young female admirer is not your typical supporter as we watch her flip through a large scrapbook made just for him and print off the newest image to add to it.
Is Kirby justified in being worried?
The first worries Rose (Kirsty Marillier) had about her brother’s new relationship appear to be going to be confirmed next week.
After their first date, Xander (Luke Van Os) fell in love with the newcomer Stacey (Maleeka Gasbarri), but he was shocked when she said she didn’t believe in monogamy and would keep seeing other men.
In order to keep seeing Stacey, Xander tried to be honest about his feelings, but he soon realised that it wasn’t for him. Stacey then threw him for a loop by saying she was still open to trying out monogamy with him.
After competing against each other in a series of tasks on the beach, the two appeared to resolve their disagreements. Rose was sceptical about the reversal because she believed that a leopard couldn’t change its spots.
The following week, Rose is watching Stacey take a class on the beach as she has just returned from a swim. The two women laugh it off when one of the contestants, Jordan (Dylan Hare), is particularly flirtatious with them both.
Later, when Jordan offers Stacey his number in Salt, she initially rejects him before agreeing. Nearby, Nik is perplexed and asks Xander to confirm that he and Stacey are currently exclusive.
After the two witness Xander driving up to Salt for a date with Stacey, Nik informs Rose that Stacey has been given the number of another man. She points out that he might have just wanted to schedule a physical therapy appointment, but it’s obvious that Rose doesn’t entirely buy that herself.
Stacey is busy meeting up with Jordan, who has invited her to dinner, while Xander waits for her.
When Stacey finally texts him to cancel their date as night falls, Xander is devastated.
While on nighttime patrol, Rose notices a car that is parked with steaming windows. As it’s obvious the people inside aren’t playing tiddlywinks, Rose goes over and knocks on the window.
…only to discover Jordan and Stacey inside!
Rose encourages the couple to go on while maintaining her composure in front of an embarrassed Stacey, but it is obvious that she is furious as she gets back into the police car. How is she going to tell Xander?