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Home and Away Spoilers – Will Marilyn destroy Logan’s career?

Cash advises Tane to keep away from Felicity this week on Home and Away in Australia, while Marilyn makes a shocking complaint that might jeopardise Logan’s career.

It’s safe to say Marilyn (Emily Simons) hasn’t been herself since inhaling the deadly chemical Anne (Megan Smart) put into the Salt air vents.

Physically, she recovered miraculously, but the chemical appears to have had an effect on her mental state – or, more accurately, it appears to have given her a complete personality transplant!

Marilyn has been turned into a loud, confident, and straight-talking lady; she’s even put her stringent vegetarian ways behind her, munching into a delectable burger last week and curtly emphasising to Irene (Lynne McGranger) that she wanted one “made with cow.”

While she may be alienating her pals with her new abrupt manner, Logan (Harley Bonner) is concerned about the shift. He can’t figure out how the drugs were able to fully convert Marilyn, but he can’t examine her because she refuses to return to the hospital.

Maz begins to redefine herself this week, beginning with her resignation from the Diner. She’s annoyed that Irene keeps switching her shifts, and she determines that if they don’t want her there, she’ll find anything else to do.

When Irene and Leah (Ada Nicodemou) go looking for her, they’re pleased to see her blaring music and having her own mini-party as she revels in her newfound freedom. She’s also celebrating a significant decision: she’s opening a tarot card reading booth outside the Bait Shop!

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While Maz is enraged by her friends’ amusement, her new venture provides Logan with the ideal chance to study her. As one of her first clients, he sits in her tarot booth, and it’s the first time the two have been able to spend time together in peace since Marilyn’s release, giving Logan a few minutes to attempt to figure out what’s going on.

He’s taken aback when he realises the change in personality isn’t due to a neurological problem, but rather to a psychological one. Is the sudden shift due to the shock of the attack and hospitalisation?

However, if he is no longer practising as a doctor, this new knowledge will be irrelevant…

Marilyn filed a formal complaint against Doctor Bennett as a result of the incidents, and his new job at Northern Districts Hospital might be over as fast as it began!

Tane (Ethan Browne) and Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) are lured back together after their kidnapping ordeal in another episode.

The two had been at odds for weeks, with Tane accusing Flick of stalking him and the newcomer serving an AVO on the Parata brother, but now that they know Anne was the one who planted the roses and launched the organophosphate attack, it appears that all is forgiven.

Felicity, on the other hand, is still reeling from her trauma. She was not only falsely accused of stalking for weeks, but she was also carried to an abandoned hut and chained up by the girl she believed was her best friend.

She can’t rest now that she’s back in Summer Bay, and she sobs in Cash’s (Nicholas Cartwright) arms as the memories haunt her. Tane is the only one who understands what she’s going through, so she comes to him for help.

“Will you remain with me?” she inquires, in search of solace to get her through another night at the trailer park. “Right now, I don’t want to be alone.”

They’re back on Felicity’s bed in her vehicle in no time. They’ve stayed there before, but Felicity is simply seeking for some peace and quiet this time.

He reassure the lady he earlier accused of stalking him, “I want you to know that I’m here for you.” “I can be anybody or whatever you want me to be.”

While Tane is eager to console Felicity, it appears that Cash is not so thrilled to have them back in one other’s lives. Cash grows increasingly concerned as the two become closer.

“Does he actually know her?” asks a commercial that can be seen in this article and is presently showing on Seven.

Cash says, “Felicity is difficult,” and urges Tane to stay away. “She doesn’t require your presence in her life.”

“I’m asking you to step back,” he says, adding, “You don’t know her!”

Tane, on the other hand, has no idea what the big fuss is. He’s back to seeing Felicity as an attractive and intriguing girl who he’d like to get to know a little better now that he knows she was never stalking him.

He seemed to be eager to make a go of things as the two kiss on the beach later in the week.

“What’s got you so scared?” he inquires of Cash, and while the officer refuses to elaborate, it’s evident that he and Felicity are concealing something.

Last week, we learned from Detective Nasser (Julian Maroun) that Felicity had previously vanished, prompting Cash to abandon his work and join her. It’s obvious that something from her past is bothering Cash – but what is it?

What is the blue folder on Irene’s dining table that Felicity is looking through? And why is she so unhappy about it?

These sequences will be seen by UK viewers in early 2022.

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