After his awful surf board accident on Home and Away, Dean Thompson (played by Patrick O’Connor) is in a lot of agony.
Dean returned to his home’s living room and went back aboard his surfboard.
But then he was seized by pain and sank in misery on the floor…
When Dean’s girlfriend, Ziggy Astoni (Sophie Dillman), gets home to discover Dean in a panic, she is frightened.
Dean would be better off trying out his surfboard at the beach, she believes.
Surely, following last year’s tragic vehicle accident, being in the sea is the ideal method to mend and strengthen himself again?
Is Ziggy, on the other hand, pressuring Dean to go back on his board too soon?
Dean feels terrified as he stands near the water’s edge.
He’s also concerned about another concern: may his collision injuries be permanent?
So, Dean’s surfing ambitions are officially over?
After former patient Marilyn Chambers (Emily Symons) accused the doctor of misdiagnosing her at the hospital, Logan Bennett (Harley Bonner) is concerned about the approaching complaint tribunal.
At the Diner, Logan runs into Marilyn and tries to make amends.
Marilyn, on the other hand, makes it obvious that she does not want any more medical treatment from Dr. Bennett!
Logan gets into trouble with his girlfriend, Mackenzie Booth (Emily Weir), as well.
She is irritated that he approached Marilyn after they had promised to stay away from each other.
Logan and Mackenzie had an outburst at the circumstances.
Is Logan’s relationship with Marilyn and Mackenzie doomed?
While his girlfriend, Leah Patterson (Ada Nicodemou), is away seeing her son, VJ in Cyprus, Justin Morgan (James Stewart) is not happy about being stranded with houseguest Marilyn.
Marilyn quickly realises she isn’t totally welcome at the Morgan residence.
She confronts Justin about his attempts to avoid her.
Marilyn, on the other hand, is taken aback when Justin gently points out that all of her Summer Bay pals are finding her difficult to be around right now!
Will Marilyn’s advise concerning her snappish behaviour toward good friends like Irene Roberts (Lynne McGranger) serve as a wake-up call?