Lust, lies, and loyalty are at the heart of this week’s spectacular season finale of Home And Away.
The question, however, is: who finds peace, and who is left to take the fragments of a broken heart?
Strap yourself to your surfboard, because Summer Bay is barrelling into another surge of emotion.
At the local garage, where mechanic Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) is struggling to hold the company afloat, the action starts.
As he recovers from surgery, she has stepped up in her boss Justin’s (James Stewart) absence.
Unfortunately, Tane (Ethan Browne), her new employee, wanted to use the garage as a place to conceal stolen goods, and this week it will become
The subject of an action by the police.
Sophie, 27, tells TV WEEK, “Ziggy has always been a sucker for the underdog and she wants to see the best in people. I admire that about her,” “Unfortunately when it comes to the rules, it gets her into trouble.
Ziggy attempts to shield the truth from Justin, who is called to assist in the case by the police, but Tane, who is now being blackmailed into committing a robbery with his brother Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams), admits it was all his fault.
Although his actions may be honorable, his confession unintentionally put the work of Ziggy in danger!
For being so careless, an angry Justin smokes at her and suggests that the only reason Ziggy supported Tane is that she has feelings for him not unlike how she and former boyfriend Dean (Patrick O’Connor) began dating.
Ziggy resents and rejects the idea… but is she lying to herself?
She likes Tane as an individual and can see that he’s been struggling, so she wants to help. But she begins to develop feelings for him in that friendship,” She likes Tane as a person and can see he’s been struggling, so she wants to help. But in that friendship, she begins to develop feelings for him,”
To let off steam, Ziggy heads to Salt and finds Tane drinking alone.
The pair patch up their differences easily, their chemistry sizzling beneath the surface.
Ziggy and Tane are tangled in the sheets by the end of the night, their lust getting the best of them.
“Ziggy tends to act first, think second in this situation, and she’s drunk too much,” Sophie says. “Whether she has feelings for him is yet to be determined.”
Her memories of the night before are disrupted the next day by none other than Dean, who apologizes earlier for his drunken conduct and asks for a second chance.
“I love you, “I love you. “Please think about it.”
Ziggy is torn-she has always loved Dean, but considering his violent tendencies, Tane provides a fresh start.
Who’s she going to choose?