The emotional ramifications of Ari’s death will continue next week on Home and Away.
In other news, Theo’s attempts to assist the Parata family backfire, and Cash may be regretting his decision to live with Jasmine.
Here’s a complete list of the upcoming 11 major events.
Ryder and Theo’s gesture backfires
Ryder and Theo give Chloe the memorial video they created in honor of Ari. She’s touched by the thoughtful gesture and begins watching the touching video over and over again.
When Ryder and Theo show Mia the video, she has a completely different reaction, calling it self-indulgent and insensitive.
Ryder and Theo are taken aback by how badly their efforts to help have backfired, but Justin points out that Mia will change her mind once she has had time to process her grief.
Mia heads to the police station
Mia is looking for answers about Ari’s murder charge, which he was facing before he died. Ari put his own reputation on the line to protect her and Chloe, and she feels bad about it.
When Mia goes to the police station, she asks Cash about the latest developments in Matthew’s murder case. When Cash explains that it won’t go any further and Ari won’t be formally charged as a murderer after his death, she’s relieved.
Ari returns in a dream
When Mia learns that Ziggy, Dean, and John are planning a fundraiser to help the Parata family recover from Ari’s death, she is offended.
Mia is adamant that she does not want the Summer Bay community to donate and forbids them from doing so.
Later, Mia has a dream about Ari, and he appears to her for the last time, with actor Rob Kipa-Williams reprising the role.
Mia is advised by Ari to keep close friends and family, which makes her reconsider her initial reaction to the fundraising idea.
Chloe returns to work too quickly
Nikau gently encourages Chloe to return to work at the Diner, as the Parata family is facing financial difficulties as a result of Ari’s funeral expenses. She agrees, but she is concerned that it is too soon.
At work, Chloe puts on a brave face, but her resolve eventually breaks down, and she leaves her shift.
Tane’s plans concern Felicity
Following the death of his older brother, Tane looks to the future. He admits that all he sees when he looks ahead is Felicity.
Tane’s admission initially flatters Felicity, but her commitment fears soon surface.
Felicity confides in Irene that she’s not sure if she can be a stable long-term love interest for Tane. Irene suggests that Felicity tell Tane if she truly feels this way.
Logan asks Ryder to spy
Logan tries to console Mackenzie about her loss of Ari, but she insists that all she wants is space.
Logan asks Ryder to keep an eye on Mac during his latest shift at Salt because he can’t stop worrying.
When Mac later overhears Logan and Ryder conversing quietly, she realizes what they’re up to and confronts them both for spying on her.
Mac questions her feelings for Ari
The constant mentions of Ari in Summer Bay begin to wear Mac down, and she laments the fact that she didn’t get closure on their relationship before he died. She tells Ziggy about how she thinks she was still in love with Ari.
Dean encourages Mac to say her goodbyes to Ari in her own way. She ponders this while speaking to her late ex-boyfriend on the beach.
Logan, who had grown concerned about Mac’s behavior, is relieved when she confirms that she has finally found closure.
Justin becomes curious over Dimitri
While Justin is happy to be spending more time with Theo while Leah is away, he can’t help but wonder about Theo’s strained relationship with his father Dimitri.
Justin politely asks for more information about what went wrong, but Theo refuses to answer because he doesn’t want to talk about his abusive father.
Because Justin is unaware of Theo’s traumatic past, he is perplexed as to why Theo refuses to let him in.
Cash becomes awkward in his new home
After moving in with Jasmine at Irene’s, Cash is having trouble settling into his new home. Irene catches him half-naked in the kitchen in the middle of the night, which is the final straw.
Irene quickly reassures Jasmine that she’s seen it all before and that a half-dressed man doesn’t bother her, but convincing Cash is difficult. Jasmine can’t help but wonder if her boyfriend is reconsidering his decision to move in.
Roo faces a tough decision
Alf decides to pay a visit to Martha in Merimbula and invites Roo to accompany him. Roo is undecided about this because she still can’t accept her mother’s rejection of her transplant offer.
Alf agrees to respect Roo’s decision, but how will he react if she insists on not going?
John gives Roo food for thought
Roo confides in John about her conflicted feelings in the aftermath of Martha’s transplant decision.
Roo expects John to support her, but he points out that he would never accept an organ from his child if he thought it might put them in danger in the future. Will Roo begin to soften her stance?