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Home and Away Spoilers – Felicity stuns Tane with drunken outburst

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This week on Home and Away in Australia, Ziggy struggles with being a new dad while Felicity surprises Tane with a drunken outburst.

As she struggles with PTSD in the wake of the terrifying car catastrophe that abruptly ended her wedding day, Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) continues to suffer in silence.

Flick appears to be returning to her old ways with a wild party this week despite having made great strides with her mental health since relocating to Summer Bay.

Cash is depressed after he realized he was in love with Eden after all because Eden woke up with selective memory loss, which just so happened to erase all of their previous will they/won’t they moments.

Flick recommends a party to the two siblings while they mope around Salt, but she has no intention of doing things half-heartedly.

The moment Tane arrives back at the Parata home the following day, there is complete chaos. The swimming pool is packed with people while a DJ blasts music, thanks in large part to Flick’s effective use of her hospitality abilities.

Tane naturally wants to know what’s going on, but Flick is already shattered and believes an explanation for the chaos is unnecessary. Flick tells her fiancé to calm down before having a drunken outburst in which she says she isn’t interested in getting married to him after all!

According to Ethan, “Tane has grown more protective of Flick since the crash, but it might end up splitting them.”

Will Tane pay attention to Flick’s advice or will he eventually see that she needs assistance?

Remi’s (Adam Rowland) friends are concerned for him elsewhere in Summer Bay as he continues to obstinately refuse medical attention for his hand.

When Bree’s (Juliet Godwin) abusive husband Jacob (Alex Williams) found out about their connection, he broke Remi’s hand with a hammer, forcing him to have surgery.

Bree accidentally killed Jacob in self-defense after he removed her from the bay, and in her attempt to come to terms with what she had done, she has pushed Remi away.

In agony last week after attempting to play the guitar, Remi discovered that the medications were no longer working as his hand started to swell. Remi’s hand was in terrible shape, and Kirby (Angelina Thomson) could see it, but he argued that the swelling will soon go down.

In agony last week after attempting to play the guitar, Remi discovered that the medications were no longer working as his hand started to swell. Remi’s hand was in terrible shape, and Kirby (Angelina Thomson) could see it, but he argued that the swelling will soon go down.

Remi was on the point of passing out during a band meeting in Salt, when the week’s events climax, but when an ambulance was summoned, Remi resisted going to the hospital. Paramedic Xander (Luke Van Os) explained to Kirby, Theo (Matt Evans), and Justin (James Stewart) that he couldn’t compel Remi to receive treatment as Remi stumbled out of the surf club.

This week, Theo chastises Remi for cutting off communication with everyone and accuses him of treating Kirby like trash while all she’s doing is trying to support him.

While waiting for Remi to arrive at the hospital, Kirby makes the decision to head to Northern Districts and speak with Bree.

“Why?” Bree asks.

“Good query.” Kirby answers.

Bree decides to pay a visit to the Lyrik household since she believes that if anybody can persuade Remi, it is likely to be Bree.

Eden worries that Remi won’t pay attention to Bree, but when he starts telling her about his physical and emotional health, things seem to be going their way.

Bree says that she should be held entirely responsible whereas Remi says that he let everyone down.

As he holds her hand, Remi adamantly asserts such is not the case. Could this be the opportunity for them both to find peace?

Coming up, Ziggy (Sophie Dillman), who gave birth to Dean’s (Patrick O’Connor) daughter last week, is already feeling the strain of being a new mother and starts to question her ability to handle the burden it brings as she struggles to form a bond with her child.

In a preview for upcoming episodes, Ziggy can be seen despondently watching as Dean seems to be adjusting to life with a newborn like a duck to water.

Ziggy confides in Irene (Lynne McGranger) and inquires as to her sincerity.

“I know you can,” Irene assures her, as she pulls her in for a hug.

We then shift to Dean holding the child as he opens the door and yells outside for Ziggy, who appears to have vanished, as Ziggy glances over towards the cot with self-doubt.

Does Dean need to be worried?

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