Tuesday 4th March
The gang narrow down their search to container yards near train lines and only find one nearby. When they arrive at the shipping yard they desperately start banging on the hundreds of containers, trying to find the Kyle and the twins.
Harvey is still very stand-offish, with Roo and those around him and continues to need time by himself. When Alf comes to check on him he asks Harvey to open up to Roo about what happened when he went missing. However, it’s clear Harvey isn’t dealing with reality.
When Montgomery overhears Leah talking about the bomb, she chimes in stating that a Mangrove River student is probably responsible because of all the troubles at the school. When Roo questions why a student would want to blow up the hospital, Montgomery realises that her bomb has not gone off at the school as she thought it would.
Alf has been helping the SES recovery and finds out from the authorities that the bomb was hidden in Bianca’s laptop bag. When he asks Heath if he has any idea who could be behind it, he says he has no idea. However, Leah starts to wonder whether Montgomery was behind the explosion. Meanwhile, at the school Montgomery is busy framing a student by placing the detonator in a locker. Heath has tracked her there, looking for revenge.
Wednesday 5th March
Andy is desperate for Josh to forgive him after he drugged Maddy. Josh doesn’t want a bar of him, so Andy reveals he’s visited their mother who’s sorry for shooting Josh. Andy is hurt, feeling that Josh is turning his back on their family for Maddy. But Josh is adamant – he’s done letting his family drag him down. Meanwhile, Matt cracks onto Sasha as she waits for Spencer to finish work. Both Spencer and Sasha brush his attempts off as harmless. But with John closing the Surf Club early both couples feel like there’s nowhere they can relax.
Heath has taken Montgomery to the bomb site at the hospital, wanting her to feel the full impact of what she has done. She plays it cool, telling him the police are never going to believe him. Heath coldly informs her there will be no police – she will have to deal with him.
Leah arranges to meet Matt at the diner to talk about his past dealings with Montgomery. She’s suspicious of Montgomery’s role in the explosion and she needs answers. Matt agrees to help and reveals that Montgomery has been paying him all year to cause havoc in Summer Bay. He also suspects her of burning down Mangrove River High but if Leah goes to the police she’ll pin the fire on him. Now he’s afraid that she’s set him up for the explosion at the hospital.
Roo arrives home to find Harvey reflecting. Roo breaks down, asking him for answers – but Harvey is overwhelmed by her emotion and struggles to open up. The next day, Alf finds his daughter asleep on the couch. Roo admits she couldn’t go to bed – Harvey is still keeping her at arms-length. He tells Roo to give Harvey time. Harvey overhears them talking and is hurt to hear Roo say that she longed for him to return, but when he did it wasn’t what she thought. Harvey tells Roo that he’s going to visit his daughter, Lottie. She thinks this is a good idea, but worries that he won’t come back. He promises he will and tells her he loves her. However, he’s still stilted and cold towards her. Whatever connection the couple once had seems to have been severed.
Thursday 6th March
Sasha feels like she and Spencer have a lot of bad memories and not many good ones together, so Spencer enlists Marilyn’s help in creating a special, romantic evening that she’ll never forget. Chris is bemused by Spencer’s attempts to romance Sasha. Marilyn gets swept up in the romance and she helps Spencer set up the diner with candles to create a romantic atmosphere. Spencer takes a blindfolded Sasha to the closed diner. He tells her to wait while he turns on some music to set the mood. While he’s ducked off, a bemused Chris enters to see Sasha blindfolded. As he walks near her, Sasha mistakes him for her boyfriend and kisses him whilst still blindfolded. Spencer arrives in time to see his brother in her embrace. Looks like his plan has backfired big time.
Friday 7th March
Sasha wants Spencer to forgive her for accidently kissing Chris, but Spencer is angry that she could mistake him for his brother. Sasha’s frustrated he won’t listen to reason – he’s the one who blindfolded her! How was she supposed to know who she was kissing? Chris, meanwhile, finds the whole thing hilarious and thinks Spencer should see the lighter side. He jokes that Sasha couldn’t help it – women find him irresistible. Spencer rounds on Chris – why didn’t he pull away. Chris is cheeky as he explains Sasha was pretty intense – it was hard to pull away. When John and Marilyn hear about the kiss fiasco they weigh in with opposing views. To Marilyn, a kiss means everything. It represents a special connection. John disagrees – to him, a kiss can be a friendly gesture, no more intimate than a handshake. John and Marilyn can’t help but get into their own argument about their opposing views. Their argument escalates, and Marilyn challenges John that if a kiss is so meaningless he won’t care if she kisses the next person who enters the diner. John bluffs that of course he won’t, and incensed Marilyn grabs the latest patron – Nate! She smacks a big kiss on his lips and, flustered, John flees the diner.
Jett finds John and forces him to admit that her kiss did mean something to him, and he’s jealous and angry. Jett tries to talk sense into John – he needs to fight for Marilyn. Meanwhile, Marilyn feels terrible that she went too far.
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