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Home and Away’s Ziggy and Justin go head-to-head while Roo grapples with losing her mother

When you work under the same roof, how do you keep your personal and professional lives separate?

In this week’s episode of Home And Away, Justin (James Stewart) may pay the price for giving Theo (Matt Evans) a job at the garage when Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) decides enough is enough.

In the aftermath of his dangerous graveyard stunt with Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and theft of the surf club’s Polaris, Justin continues to parent Theo.

However, the misbehaving adolescent continues to cause problems at work. Theo has been more of a burden than a help, being lazy, reckless, and full of attitude.

It’s about to get a lot worse.

Justin (Ada Nicodemou) receives a phone call from Leah (Ada Nicodemou), who claims to have been visiting family overseas.

In reality, she’s staying in the city with Theo’s parents in the hopes of mending the father-son schism.

However, Theo overhears the conversation and becomes enraged. She couldn’t possibly betray him.

The teen, who recently told John (Shane Withington) about his father’s abusive past, fears the worst and begs Leah to return home. He does not, however, explain why.

Theo’s frustration manifests itself the next day when he abandons his work and snaps at an unsuspecting Ziggy.

Instead of reprimanding him for his bad behavior, Justin intervenes and offers him an apprenticeship. Ziggy is furious.

“It’s frustrating for Ziggy,” Matt tells TV WEEK, “because he gets the opportunity so easily.” “He messed with Justin and Ziggy a lot and wasn’t entirely deserving of it.”

Despite her protests, Justin is adamant about his decision. He states flatly, “It’s my business.”

Ziggy, never one to back down, compiles a stack of résumés from female applicants, despite the fact that Theo isn’t nearly as qualified. They put everything on the line for their beliefs, including their friendship, in a fiery exchange.

Roo grapples with losing her mother

Their relationship is strained, but one phone call could change Roo’s and Martha’s lives forever.

Dr. Logan (Harley Bonner) is asked by Roo (Georgie Parker) to check in with her mother’s medical team in Merimbula this week.

After refusing to accept Roo’s liver transplant, Martha (Belinda Giblin) returned to the family, causing strife.

Logan reveals, much to her surprise, that time is not on their side. Martha’s condition has significantly deteriorated. Roo is taken aback. How could Alf (Ray Meagher), her father, have kept this from her?

When confronted, Alf confesses that he is afraid of losing his wife and that telling Roo would only confirm his fears. Roo wallows in her grief later, but she can’t seem to let go of her rage.

Can Roo forgive Martha before it’s too late, with time running out?

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When you work under the same roof, how do you keep your personal and professional lives separate?

In this week’s episode of Home And Away, Justin (James Stewart) may pay the price for giving Theo (Matt Evans) a job at the garage when Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) decides enough is enough.

In the aftermath of his dangerous graveyard stunt with Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and theft of the surf club’s Polaris, Justin continues to parent Theo.

However, the misbehaving adolescent continues to cause problems at work. Theo has been more of a burden than a help, being lazy, reckless, and full of attitude.

It’s about to get a lot worse.

Justin (Ada Nicodemou) receives a phone call from Leah (Ada Nicodemou), who claims to have been visiting family overseas.

In reality, she’s staying in the city with Theo’s parents in the hopes of mending the father-son schism.

However, Theo overhears the conversation and becomes enraged. She couldn’t possibly betray him.

The teen, who recently told John (Shane Withington) about his father’s abusive past, fears the worst and begs Leah to return home. He does not, however, explain why.

Theo’s frustration manifests itself the next day when he abandons his work and snaps at an unsuspecting Ziggy.

Instead of reprimanding him for his bad behavior, Justin intervenes and offers him an apprenticeship. Ziggy is furious.

“It’s frustrating for Ziggy,” Matt tells TV WEEK, “because he gets the opportunity so easily.” “He messed with Justin and Ziggy a lot and wasn’t entirely deserving of it.”

Despite her protests, Justin is adamant about his decision. He states flatly, “It’s my business.”

Ziggy, never one to back down, compiles a stack of résumés from female applicants, despite the fact that Theo isn’t nearly as qualified. They put everything on the line for their beliefs, including their friendship, in a fiery exchange.

Roo grapples with losing her mother

Their relationship is strained, but one phone call could change Roo’s and Martha’s lives forever.

Dr. Logan (Harley Bonner) is asked by Roo (Georgie Parker) to check in with her mother’s medical team in Merimbula this week.

After refusing to accept Roo’s liver transplant, Martha (Belinda Giblin) returned to the family, causing strife.

Logan reveals, much to her surprise, that time is not on their side. Martha’s condition has significantly deteriorated. Roo is taken aback. How could Alf (Ray Meagher), her father, have kept this from her?

When confronted, Alf confesses that he is afraid of losing his wife and that telling Roo would only confirm his fears. Roo wallows in her grief later, but she can’t seem to let go of her rage.

Can Roo forgive Martha before it’s too late, with time running out?

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When you work under the same roof, how do you keep your personal and professional lives separate?

In this week’s episode of Home And Away, Justin (James Stewart) may pay the price for giving Theo (Matt Evans) a job at the garage when Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) decides enough is enough.

In the aftermath of his dangerous graveyard stunt with Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and theft of the surf club’s Polaris, Justin continues to parent Theo.

However, the misbehaving adolescent continues to cause problems at work. Theo has been more of a burden than a help, being lazy, reckless, and full of attitude.

It’s about to get a lot worse.

Justin (Ada Nicodemou) receives a phone call from Leah (Ada Nicodemou), who claims to have been visiting family overseas.

In reality, she’s staying in the city with Theo’s parents in the hopes of mending the father-son schism.

However, Theo overhears the conversation and becomes enraged. She couldn’t possibly betray him.

The teen, who recently told John (Shane Withington) about his father’s abusive past, fears the worst and begs Leah to return home. He does not, however, explain why.

Theo’s frustration manifests itself the next day when he abandons his work and snaps at an unsuspecting Ziggy.

Instead of reprimanding him for his bad behavior, Justin intervenes and offers him an apprenticeship. Ziggy is furious.

“It’s frustrating for Ziggy,” Matt tells TV WEEK, “because he gets the opportunity so easily.” “He messed with Justin and Ziggy a lot and wasn’t entirely deserving of it.”

Despite her protests, Justin is adamant about his decision. He states flatly, “It’s my business.”

Ziggy, never one to back down, compiles a stack of résumés from female applicants, despite the fact that Theo isn’t nearly as qualified. They put everything on the line for their beliefs, including their friendship, in a fiery exchange.

Roo grapples with losing her mother

Their relationship is strained, but one phone call could change Roo’s and Martha’s lives forever.

Dr. Logan (Harley Bonner) is asked by Roo (Georgie Parker) to check in with her mother’s medical team in Merimbula this week.

After refusing to accept Roo’s liver transplant, Martha (Belinda Giblin) returned to the family, causing strife.

Logan reveals, much to her surprise, that time is not on their side. Martha’s condition has significantly deteriorated. Roo is taken aback. How could Alf (Ray Meagher), her father, have kept this from her?

When confronted, Alf confesses that he is afraid of losing his wife and that telling Roo would only confirm his fears. Roo wallows in her grief later, but she can’t seem to let go of her rage.

Can Roo forgive Martha before it’s too late, with time running out?

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