This week on Home and Away, the bikies are taken on in an undercover police sting with the help of Tane (Ethan Browne), who goes in wearing a wire.
But when bullets are fired, one person dies, and another is taken to the hospital in critical condition, the operation is a complete failure.
In another scene, Theo (Matt Evans) and Kirby (Angelina Thomson) advance their friendship, but will the rest of the band support them?
When he witnesses the couple kissing on the sand, Remi (Adam Rowland) is unimpressed, and he and Eden (Stephanie Panozzo) establish a new band rule prohibiting dating other band members. Will the newlyweds be able to follow orders?
Here’s what’s coming up for the week beginning Monday 12 September.
Felicity is arrested and locked in a cell without warning
Cash approaches Felicity in the Surf Club and informs her that she needs to go to the police station, which sets the stage for a perplexing and stressful period in her life. When she struggles, Cash seizes the chance to inform her that she is being detained for assaulting a police officer. Felicity is hauled away and placed in a police cell as she reacts incredulously.
Cash can only assure Felicity that it is for her own good, but as she is left alone in the dark, Felicity starts to worry. How long will she be imprisoned there, and more importantly, why is this happening? She asks one of Cash’s coworkers if they are aware of what is happening, but she receives no responses. Felicity settles in for a protracted wait feeling upset, furious, and bewildered.
Nikau crashes the bikie HQ with disastrous consequences
Since the bikies arrived in town and began threatening him for the money Ari stole several years ago, Nikau has been worried about the welfare of his uncle. He fears the worst when Tane vanishes one morning and becomes increasingly concerned when he can’t reach him on the phone. He checks an app on his phone to locate his uncle’s device after having a flash of insight, and right away learns where Tane is. He goes to the bikie headquarters only to have security drag him inside. Tane watches with dismay as Marty and Tex decide to have some fun.
Theo and Kirby are banned from getting together
After being chosen for Lyrik’s lead singer position following a successful audition, Theo has had a busy few weeks dealing with Chloe’s abrupt and unexplained absence. When she finally calls, he finds out they are done and that she has moved to New Zealand. She proposes that he use music to express his pain when he is with Kirby at the time.
While celebrating their new song with a hug, the couple, who had been up all night writing it, then exchanged kisses. However, Remi notices them from a distance and learns about their burgeoning affection right away. Eden is informed, and the two schedule a band meeting. They inform a shocked Theo and Kirby that dating other band members is prohibited.
Rose arrests Tex – then hears gunshots in the distance
After learning that her lover was using a false identity as a criminal, Rose organised a police sting against Tex, Marty, and the biker gang. Additionally, he has been pressuring Tane to use the gym as the gang’s covert money laundering headquarters. The Parata ends up entering the bikie HQ while wearing a wire after she asks Tane whether he’d be prepared to cooperate with the police.
He persuades Marty to divulge details about their money-laundering schemes, which is sufficient to draw the cops in. As soon as she spots Cash rushing into the field without his bulletproof vest on, Rose stops to arrest Tex. To make matters worse, Cash pursues Marty, and Rose then hears two gunshots in the distance.
Will Cash survive as new doctor Bree struggles to save him?
When Rose chases the sound of gunfire and discovers Cash on the floor struggling for his life after being shot by Marty, she is shocked. Cash is bleeding out when the ambulance arrives, and when he gets to the hospital, the new doctor Bree Cameron fights to perform CPR to revive him. He enters the operating room for many surgeries when she realises he must be internally bleeding. After some time, Bree locates Felicity and informs her that her brother is now critically ill and that things are not looking good.
Ziggy drives off with Remi on secret mission after lying to Dean
Although Theo may be Lyrik’s new lead singer, they now lack a van because Bob left in their previous one, and renting a temporary vehicle for each gig is proving to be expensive. Remi decides to take matters into his own hands and goes to the Surf Club to meet with “the hot local mechanic” since he believes he has the solution. He approaches Ziggy to beg for a favour, but Dean is standing next to her and interrupts him right away. Ziggy, though, refuses to be spoken for, and a short while later they have a talk without Dean.
The next morning, the pair drive off on a secret mission, with Ziggy choosing to lie to Dean about having a work client that day. When Dean discovers through Justin that Ziggy is lying, how will he feel when he finds out who she’s really with?
Alf catches Marilyn in a surprising act of deceit
After the kidney transplant procedure, Roo had been having a hard time reclaiming herself, but when Alf suggested that she start teaching again, she got to work right away setting up a tutoring company. She hangs a flyer from the notice board in the diner and begins to wait.
She is overjoyed as soon as she sees that someone has taken the tab with her phone number on it! But she doesn’t receive a call, and she quickly loses hope. However, not everything is lost, as numerous additional tabs have been stolen the following morning! Later, as Alf discovers Marilyn, of all people, pulling tabs off Roo’s flyer after hours, the story thickens. Why does she make Roo think that her company is starting up when it isn’t?
Eden has a proposition for Mackenzie while Felicity is away
As the new co-owner of Salt, Felicity has only lately assumed new duties after previously working as a server and bartender and now operating a restaurant with Mackenzie. After Cash gets shot while performing his duty, she must spend all of her time in the hospital to care for her brother, putting her ambitions on hold.
Although Mackenzie is fully aware that it is a family emergency, she still finds it difficult to keep up with the burden at Salt. She is unable to fill the roster with employees, but Eden realises there is a way to assist Felicity and make money for the band at the same time: why not cover Felicity’s shifts? Will she take the chance if Eden can’t live up to Salt’s demanding standards? Mackenzie thinks.