Psycho Sid

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Sid is off getting his head sorted. Indi is grand with him having his own time, but Dex was too curious about his well-being. He went looking for his Dad and tracked him down, can’t see Sid being too happy about his family finding out about his breakdown.

Romeo had a chat with John Palmer and got a brain-wave when discussing the gym. What’s happened to the old Summer Bay Super Bods? Nobody is leasing it at the moment so Romeo and Indi are going to take it over. Will they do as good a job as Jesse and Hayley did when it first opened? Tony and John also had a go at running it . I back Romeo to get it going, it’s a perfect job for somebody like him, plus he’ll have Indi’s business acumen at his disposal.

Alf and Celia are still a-bluing. Marilyn decided to mediate in the scrap and get the siblings back on speaking terms. Alf said he is sick of his little sister’s lies. He should ask her to stick her tongue out to see if it’s black.

No loss

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

The Bay is a richer community having lost Tony and Rachel. Having debated the issue for days, Tony finally agreed that he would go to America with his Mrs and they got a flight eight and a half minutes later.  Amazing how fast things move in the bay.

At first, it seemed like Lucas would make an appearance to talk Tony around. But a storm struck meaning he couldn’t make it.  Funny how nobody has mentioned him in years until yesterday.  He was a pretty boring character too.

Both characters had promising starts but in recent times, both Rachel and Tony have become rather boring.  I don’t remember they last time they weren’t arguing over boxing, John Palmer or something else boring and domestic.  Now that they’re gone to America, the girls of the bay will have to look elsewhere for self defence lessons, maybe Alf will give classes on how to “knock a bloke’s block off”.

Boring

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

Oh my goodness, would Rachel and Tony ever EFF OFF?  This saga has been going on for yonkers in Home and Away terms.  Now Rachel has slyly invited Lucas home in the hopes that he’d convince Tony that in America, the streets are paved with gold.  Tony rightly thought that Rachel was being a domineering wagon.  Meanwhile the only thing that the audience cares about is – is Lucas going to be played by the same actor as previously?

Poor Romeo was scared to tell Indy he is a virgin.  I personally can’t believe he never took it to the next level with Annie – NOT.

Dexter stood in for his da on a date with Marilyn.  She wasn’t too impressed but then he was being a weirdo stalker.

Penn told Nicole a load of horse manure about his childhood and now they are friends again.  We didn’t get to hear what his big secret was; no doubt it will be revealed in a shocking manner shortly.

Awwww friends

Friday, September 17th, 2010

So, Romeo and Indigo are an item. Romeo did a load of messing in that episode; I think he’s scared to take things to “the next level”. Did he ever reach that level with Annie? Surely not.

If you lived in Summer Bay, who would you ask for romantic advice? That’s right, Alf and Miles. Two bachelors who live together. Anyway Alf reassured Romeo that it’s ok to be romantic with your best friend. He even admitted Ailsa was his. Awwww. Even if she was a bit of a drip.

Rachel is trying to scare Tony into going to Boston; she left her flight confirmation lying about the house. Sly one Doc.

Up to date

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

After a brief sabbatical, we’ve returned from holidays.  It seems that the bay has been busy in our absence.  From what I can gather, the main talking points of the last week are:

  • Ruby got hammered and threw herself at Liam before puking in his toilet. Despite that, he rejected her advances.
  • Bianca scrapped with Palmer and got herself and April kicked out. Never one to turn away a stray, Irene took them in on a whim.
  • Leah is a bit mopey because Elijah is gone. Maybe she needs to take up another martial art, that worked the last time she got depressed.
  • Angelo is working himself into the ground. In fairness to him, the new restaurant looks great. I’d love to call in for a plate of tapas or two.
  • Tony hit the roof because Rachel decided to go to America without his approval. He does have a point there.

Did I miss anything?

What happened?

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

We were away – did Rachel leave?  What about Tony and Harry?  Arrrrrgggh.

Love games

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Well, romance is blooming in Summer Bay.  Marilyn had Dr. Sid stay over after she saw off love rival Nursey Nurse.  Whoop!

Ruby kissed Xavier because she is a total wagon.  After some sage advice from Tony and some dumb advice from Palmer, Xavier confessed to April, who thought it was grand.

However, Leah appears to be trying to get rid of Elijah.  She’s hinted a few times that he might like to go back to missionary work.  Does she want to marry him or not, like?

Charlie and Angelo are in the throes of a non-crisis.  He has to open his restaurant soon, to a deadline.  He should just do barbeque food for the first few days.  They’re mad for snags ’round there.

A creepy wooden demon who doesn’t deserve to see the light of day

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Home and Away is returning into Chuckie Down Under. Mr. Oddley rose from the grave that Alf dug for him in the caravan park. Miles thinks someone is “having a lend of” him. That is one of my favourite phrases ever.

“Bon voyage you little mongrel” said Alf as he threw Mr. Oddley into Summer Bay’s deep waters. But the doll emerged through the magic of the washing machine, where Alf found him spinning.

Dr. Sid and Tony are best buds now because Sid stuck up for girl’s boxing in front of Rachel. Sid better watch out, she’s an annoying enemy to make.

Penn is robbing stuff from the caravan park and roundabouts and framing Colleen. What does he have against her?

Much ado about nothing

Monday, May 31st, 2010

Mohamed Ali, Chris Eubank and Barry McGuigan are all getting a flight down under as they heard about the impending grudge match between Tony and John Palmer.  It’s a no holds barred  bitter bashathon.  Somebody’s going down, way down.  This is going to be brutal…

Only it wasn’t.  In reality the fight consisted of two middle aged men prancing around the ring, trash talking but not actually fighting.  Poor Coleen got bored being the referee, waiting for the fight to start and walked away.  The two prospective pugilists pulled the plug and the whole collapsed into farce.  Hopefully that’s the end of this storyline now and we can all move on with our lives.  Rachel will be thrilled that there were no bashings.

Bay additions

Friday, May 14th, 2010

Well, we ran a poll and it would seem that “the gays” would be the most welcome addition to Summer Bay.  There have been a few gay characters in the past, but they never stick around too long.

The next most popular social group was complete families.  They are very rare.  Rachel, Tony and Harry seem to be the only one at the moment.  Most households are made up of foster kids, various ex-derros and randomers coming in off the street.

In third position was vampires.  A few months ago I would have scoffed at this but I suppose imaginary friends a la Rabbit isn’t that far off.  I also suspect the V-man might have had something to do with the popularity of this choice.

Which of these would be a good addition to Summer Bay?

  • "The gays" (41%, 149 Votes)
  • Complete families (18%, 65 Votes)
  • Nuns (8%, 29 Votes)
  • Vampires (8%, 29 Votes)
  • Foreigners (5%, 20 Votes)
  • Zombies (4%, 16 Votes)
  • Ghosts (3%, 12 Votes)
  • Children (3%, 11 Votes)
  • Entrepreneurs (2%, 9 Votes)
  • Goblins (2%, 9 Votes)
  • Angels (2%, 7 Votes)
  • Aliens (2%, 7 Votes)
  • The elderly (1%, 3 Votes)
  • Ghouls (0%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 367

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