Dana Harper, Harper’s runaway sister, is going to cause trouble in the Bay this week on Home and Away.
The bandmates become divided as a result of Kirby’s choice to quit Lyrik, and Jeremy, Felicity’s assailant, returns.
Here is the complete set of 11 incredible moments.
- Harper gives Eden pause.
As the two anxiously await word from Cash, Harper is hosting her runaway sister Dana at Irene’s.
When Cash abandons Eden to assist Harper, Eden becomes irritated, and John stokes the flames by voicing his own misgivings about the newcomer.
Eden confronts her lover and asks him about his relationship with Harper. Eden gives up, concluding that she must trust Cash since he won’t betray Harper’s trust.
- Dana takes a bold action
Harper is enraged at Irene’s when she discovers that Dana is on the phone with Olly, her ex-boyfriend who told the police she was in possession of drugs.
When Cash shows up and tells Harper that he hasn’t been able to access her sibling’s case file, Dana is forced to duck for cover.
Dana notices Harper’s phone left alone and begins texting Olly while she listens in on the talk. But when Harper catches her, chaos ensues.
- Harper gets unfavourable news.
Harper is furious with Dana for attempting to get in touch with Olly, but her sister believes Harper never gave him a chance because she is still dealing with unresolved emotions.
Dana rushes out of Irene’s, risking her cover, while Harper follows, yanking her sister back inside.
After successfully rescuing Dana, Harper leaves to see Cash. Cash acknowledges that there are many gaps in the case against Dana, but will this be sufficient to stop him?
- Rose defies Xander’s instructions.
Because Rose wants to find her birth father, there is still a lot of tension between her and Xander.
Rose looks for her father’s name on the police system, Samuel Edwards, and discovers his personal information.
When Cash finds her, Rose provides additional details about Samuel, including the fact that he was born in Cape Town. Rose’s uneasy phone conversation with her mother only serves to validate her thoughts that she is Samuel’s daughter.
- Rose locates her biological father
Tearful by what she has learned about Samuel, Rose confides in Kirby and Mali, saying she envies their relationship with their heritage.
Rose is curious about what transpired between Samuel and her mother and is eager to learn more about her own. Kirby tells her to keep going in order to discover the truth.
Subsequently, Rose arrives at Samuel’s opulent residence and composes herself to rap on the door.
- Lyrik-related unpleasant news is delivered to Justin
Kirby returns from the city, where she has been collaborating with music manager Forrest on new tracks.
She says that tomorrow will bring news of her solo career, which is devastating for Justin because he knows he will have to defend the new Lyrik lineup to the media.
Justin walks up to Forrest and Kirby at Salt and asks if they can postpone the announcement. Reluctantly, Forrest agrees, but then says they’re not granting any copyright permits, so Lyrik can’t perform any of Kirby’s compositions.
- Justin retaliates
Lyrik’s future is in doubt after Forrest drops his bombshell, and Justin warns the band they might not be able to play more of their album’s songs.
As Kirby understandably irritates Remi, Theo, and Eden, Bree suggests that they switch houses until everything calms down.
Afterwards, Justin calls Forrest to his place and suggests that Kirby receive money each time Lyrik performs one of her songs. When Forrest won’t budge, Justin is even more motivated to figure out a way out.
- The Lyrik conflict continues.
Justin informs Mac that they are unable to play Kirby’s songs before of Lyrik’s performance at Salt, and he offers that they play covers. When Mac cancels the performance, Forrest offers to reimburse her for her lost income and grants her exclusive access to Kirby’s solo songs.
When Remi tells Eden that Justin has forbidden them from contacting Kirby, Eden goes into attack mode.
Remi advises his parents to contact an entertainment lawyer as she won’t listen to orders.
Idah strikes Felicity 9.
Tane’s first self-defense class is about to begin, but Eden is nowhere to be found. Bree, Mac, and Felicity show up to support Tane.
Felicity manages to talk her friend out of the sharing house when she goes there. Nevertheless, Eden inadvertently punches Felicity in the face as the lesson begins because he is so enraged by the Kirby/Lyrik turmoil.
- Theo has something to suggest to Mac
Theo is depressed about Lyrik’s breakdown, and Leah worries that he’s spending too much time in bed.
After receiving a motivational speech from his aunt, Theo resolves to gather his courage and approaches Mac about scheduling a solo performance at Salt. Eden overhears and accuses Theo of leaving the band in the same way that Kirby did.
Though Mac declines Theo’s request, he does offer Eden, who is tight for cash, a few of shifts at Salt. Would she consent?
- Jeremy gives Felicity a call.
Nikau calls Tane to let her know that Gemma had an accident and injured her collarbone and leg. Although he is drawn to his family in New Zealand, he worries that Felicity is still too vulnerable to be left alone.
Felicity tells her husband that it’s time for her to move on and that her attacker, Jeremy, is in jail, so she begs him to go.
Felicity, however, breaks down and tells Eden that she’s not okay because Jeremy has gotten in touch and wants to meet shortly after she waves Tane off.