Changing times

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

Sasha is having a hard time adjusting to life without a crush on Casey. Sid told her to get on with things but she won’t listen, the poor love-sick puppy. Sid told his daughter about Casey’s mysterious half-brother Kyle, which he finds a bit far-fetched. Sasha disagreed and she’s right, long-lost relatives are commonplace in the bay. She went to visit Casey in hospital, told him how she feels, and Casey apologised for his behaviour.

Ma Braxton is hanging around, counselling Heath i.e. stirring things up. She stormed over to Irene’s to confront Bianca over the fact that she’s taking care of the funeral details. Bianca was lucky that Irene was in her corner and told Cheryl to sling her hook. I thought Heath and Brax were anti-police but Cheryl takes that to a whole new level, shouting abuse at the sergeant in the hospital which he took with good grace.

The cops are on Casey’s case. Brax was told that they need to find Kyle or else Casey will face further charges related to skipping his bail hearing. Now it’s time for Brax to get all the details on Kyle that he can and track him down. I am somewhat confused in relation to this, didn’t Brax leave Kyle out in the desert? He could be dead by now.

Where is Watson gone?  I miss her and Fitzy.

Dex is struggling to cope with the fact that he can’t help April given all the help she’s given him. Dex’s life has changed and it’s not going back to normal anytime soon. He ended the episode lying on the ground in a heap when April ran off.

Dinner with a girlfriend

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

Indi was heading out and when Romeo asked where, she said “dinner with a girlfriend”. What girlfriend, Indi? How come Romeo doesn’t know her?

Sasha and Roo are friends again after the date understanding. Romeo and Sid are drinking buddies now. They both think Harvey’s the root of their problems.

April and Xave headed up a protest at the school in an effort to stop the bulldozers. The cops had to step in. They were new cops, not Charlie, or Watson, or even Fitzy. But the demolition was put off by a day. A small victory.


Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Only today did I realise what I should have called Monday’s blog post: please Hammer, don’t hurt ’em.  Alas, it’s too late for that now as the bauld Hammer is little more than the contents of a body-bag. There we must say goodbye to the bay’s most ridiculous villain of all time. I’ll miss Hammer if only for his ludicrous threats and posturing.

Charlie is all a fluster now that she’s been suspended.  I’d say we got about 30% more “Charlie face” than usual.  She’s suspended and needs to go up the coast to get her head sorted. Not only that but she’s copped onto the fact that Brax played her yet again. Why doesn’t she just give up on him? She should go for somebody with a similar IQ to herself?  I think Felix is single.

Casey is trying to put his life back on track by finishing school and getting back with Ruby.  Only problem is that his recent gang activities like burning down Jake’s base, may catch up with him.  Brax reckon’s it’s all sorted, but I’m not so sure.  Brax should try to pin it on Charlie, she’d probably believe him if he tried to persuaded her.

I’ve decided it’s about time that Constable Watson got a nickname.  Following on from the fine tradition of the first sidekick cop, Constable  Lara”Fitzy” Fitzgerald, I can now announce that Charlie’s sidekick will be known as Constable Georgina “Watsy” Watson.  Bonza.

YCPD call for back up

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

After the surf carnival, things got a bit out of control. The River boys were pissed as they left the carnival. Charlie got hit with a bottle and didn’t know who did it. This made Charlie even more confused than usual. She decided to call in the big guns, that’s right it’s FITZY Wilson!!!

Making a long awaited return to the bay after her maternity leave, she is going to sort this bother out quick smart. Sherlock Holmes has nothing on Fitzy Wilson. Charlie will find it hard to protect Ruby and her River boy boyfriend now.

In other news, Nicole breastfed George even though there were bottles of milk nearby. Colour Marilyn unimpressed.

The River Dicks brought Angelo hunting then pretended they were going to shoot him. Basically trying to frighten the bejesus out of him. Meanies.

Bad news for Aussie justice

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

Fitzy’s going on maternity leave.  No doubt when she returns the SBPD station will be a deep and smouldering crater, after the chaos that Jack, Charlie and Angelo inevitably wreak.  The Keystone Cops would make a better fist of running the town.

Poor Belle getting battered.  Angelo’s wall punch was impressive, but I wouldn’t like to be him when Irene hears.

Sergeant Fitzy

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

So it appears that McGrath has moved on and Fitzy is now Jack and Charlie’s boss. I hope that she’s tougher on Jack than her predecessor. When Jack routinely messes up a case or blabs the details of an investigation down the diner or steals evidence, it’ll be interesting to see if she fires him or takes the McGrath line of giving him “one more chance”. How many final warnings has he got?

Spoiler – competition for Fitzy

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

Check this out – Morag will have someone else to love soon..

Yahoo – new whodunnit storyline!

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

We haven’t had one of these for a while, not since the days of Angie.  Prior to that, "Who killed Josh?" was the question on the lips of every Summer Bay resident.

It goes like this:

  • loads of people have contact with the deceased in the hours before s/he dies
  • everyone is cross-examined like Billy-o by the SBPD aka Lara Fitzy and the fat Sarge
  • a few incriminating facts are revealed in the process, just before
  • the culprit comes clean or is revealed in a most dramatic fashion

Who killed Sam?  Vote in our poll!

Spin off series

Thursday, December 20th, 2007

I have been of the opinion for some time that Home and Away should develop a number of spin off series. Here are a few ideas on what they might be.

“Justice Bellingham PI” – Morag interferes and meddles in all manner of legal shenaningans. She never fails to uncover those who are trying to pull an illegal fast one.

“The bear essentials” – By day Vinnie Patterson journeys around children’s parties dressed as a bear. By night he goes out to the bush and leads a sleuth of bears in a never-ending quest for honey.

“Blunderers in blue” – Jack and Fitzy investigate local crime but invariably make a mess of it. Jack ignores every rule in the book and discusses his cases openly in the diner or the surf club. They somehow catch their suspects and Jack gets a dressing down from the Sarge who says that he’s in the last chance saloon. “Fitzy and Jack: pathetic” could be an alternative title.

“Auld ones” – Colleen Smart and Madge Wilkins present a lifestyles magazine show. Cooking tips, fashion advise on mad outfits and any gossip doing the rounds is dispensed with gusto.

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Original image from This is Oz

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