On today’s episode of Home and Away, Ziggy Astoni (played by Sophie Dillman) gets a taste of the past.
At the Diner, she’s catching up with Justin Morgan (James Stewart), the garage boss, when he begins gushing over his new baby nephew.
Yes, Brody, Ziggy’s ex-husband and Justin’s brother, has a child with his new girlfriend, Simone.
Justin realises he’s been inconsiderate right away.
Ziggy is reminded of how heartbroken she was when she found out Brody was having an affair with Simone, a restaurant coworker.
Ziggy, on the other hand, is perplexed as to why she is so disturbed by Brody’s pregnancy news, given that she is happily reunited with her lover, Dean Thompson (Patrick O’Connor).
Is Ziggy expecting a child with Dean in the near future?
At the Pier Apartment, things are starting to become a little crowded.
Mackenzie Booth (Emily Weir) has moved her boyfriend, Logan Bennett (Harley Bonner), without informing Bella Nixon (Courtney Miller).
Bella decides enough is enough when she gets home and sees a naked Logan exiting the restroom.
When Bella complains to Mackenzie about the situation, Mackenzie points out that Bella isn’t paying rent right now, so she doesn’t have a say in the matter!
Bella is still adamant on getting rid of Logan.
As a result, she seeks assistance from Mackenzie’s brother, Dean.
Is Dean, on the other hand, willing to intervene in Bella and Mackenzie’s quarrel and issue Logan his marching orders?
After showing his sister, Felicity (Jacqui Purvis), the autopsy report into their father’s death, Cash Newman (Nicholas Cartwright) worries he’s made things worse between them.
After reading the report, Felicity is still struggling to digest the horrible finding she made.
Her father was MURDERED, she had always believed.
Cash’s girlfriend, Jasmine Delaney (Sam Frost), is aware of his dissatisfaction with Felicity.
So when Jasmine runs into Felicity at the Diner, she tries to persuade the obstinate woman to listen to her brother.
Will Felicity and Cash be able to forgive each other for the tragedies of the past?