Next Monday, Marilyn Chambers’ moments from Home and Away will premiere on UK television.
Marilyn had been gone from the soap for several weeks as she sought time away from Summer Bay after experiencing health issues.
The iconic figure recently made a comeback on Australian televisions, and now it’s time for her to return on Channel 5, which is presently a month behind schedule.
Marilyn returns home the following week and catches up with Roo Stewart.
Marilyn had been acting out of character before she left the Bay, yelling at her companions and making rude comments.
Marilyn’s involvement in the gas assault at Salt, which looked to have caused a personality alteration, prompted this.
Marilyn, on the other hand, assures Roo that she is feeling much better and is back to her old self.
Marilyn has undergone a dramatic transformation, and Roo believes that the worst is behind her.
Shortly later, Roo’s father, Alf, interrupts the conversation with some awful news regarding Martha.
Alf informs Roo that her mother’s health has deteriorated, and it’s time to start planning for the worst.
Following Martha’s choice to refuse a kidney donation, Roo has been hesitant to spend any time with her.
Roo decides to pay Martha a visit in Merimbula now that she realizes she may only have a limited amount of time with her.
Alf tells Roo not to let her emotions get the best of her and not to put any more pressure on Martha about the procedure, as he doesn’t want this delicate reunion to end in disaster.
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