John and Marilyn share their plan to move away with Jett, who is surprisingly keen on the idea. Marilyn ends up getting drunk and letting it slip at Leah and Zac's engagement party. Sean's ... See full summary »

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Irene Roberts
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Leah Patterson-Baker
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Roo Stewart
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John Palmer
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Maddy Osborne
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Josh Barrett
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Andy Barrett
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John and Marilyn share their plan to move away with Jett, who is surprisingly keen on the idea. Marilyn ends up getting drunk and letting it slip at Leah and Zac's engagement party. Sean's wife Emma is in town and VJ invites them both to the party. There, Sean spends a bit too much time in intimate conversation with Hannah, and Emma makes it clear to Hannah that she know they slept together. No-one has bothered to invite Matt, and even though Zac rectifies it he doesn't stay long and instead spends the night with an older woman, Charlotte. When she turns up at school the next day, it is revealed she is both Zac's ex and the new teacher. Written by skteosk

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"I agreed not to tell Andy.Doesn't mean I'm not gonna tell you what I think."
20 August 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Leah's engagement party brings a lot of characters together and there's some decent interaction as a result.It's a surprise that Jett is so keen on continuing to live with John and Marilyn, but the news that Maz might be leaving sends the Bay's womenfolk into mourning.Still, there's some fairly good material for Oscar and Evelyn (and Maddy shines as usual) and Leah and Zac getting coupley stuff to do is never a bad thing.

Sean's wife turns up to add an extra level of awkwardness but it's hard to see Hannah as the victim when she's flip flopped over whether or not to leave Andy and is now insisting she loves him.So it's hard not to cheer when Emma confronts her.

Matt is left feeling on the outside and seeks comfort in a cougar...only to get the shock of his life when he finds out through he is.And there's some stuff about Chris making baklava that starts off well but fails to think of a decent punchline.


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