Stu the Sasha Basha is dead. He hasn’t been seen since trying to get Sasha into his car. Shortly afterwards, she came home crying. Curious…
Of course angry doc Sid Walker is a suspect, having done some pre-death bashing of Stewart. Imagine if Rhys came back, and he and Sid formed an Angry Dads Alliance. The River Boys would be shaking in their boots.
Development Denis is in trouble as he moved Stu’s body from the resort to the caravan park. What an amazingly stupid (and sly) thing to do.
The paparazzi, sorry, I mean ONE paparazzo, is after Liam and Bianca. That’s pretty odd as Liam has been off the celebrity circuit for ages. Bianca is worried how this will affect the wedding, which, in true SB-time-warp-style, is tomorrow.
…but we are doubtful that Heath was the one who “attacked” Bianca. It’ll be some random River Boy who can be easily written off, no?
Also, a few people have been in touch to say Alf is back. Sing hallelujah. Does he has long hair and tattoos after his travels?
In a very unsurprising turn of events, the River Boys were found with a load of dope on the boat. Unfortunately, Captain Romeo got dragged into it too. Morag was raging. She wanted to fire Romeo, but Roo came to his rescue, saying she’d be his mentor. Celebrity Apprentice Down Unda or what?
Marilyn misses George; she went over to Miles’ looking for his new address. Miles said no, due to her history of nicking sprogs. Anyway, Nicole rang shortly afterwards. Probably looking for tips on how to raise a baby.
Coleen fell asleep in the caravan park but woke up miles away by the coast. As Colleen put it “you don’t have to be an Eisenstein to figure out who did it”. She picked a stupid fight when she made enemies with the river boys and called the cops on them. Who knows what they’ll do next? Shoot her ‘van into orbit?
Stupid Angelo has decided to go into business with the Braxton boys. They offered him cheap booze and he’s taking them up on the offer as his tapas bar is struggling. I don’t understand how this will help though as he’s still lacking any customers, despite a better margin on his booze. For an ex cop, he’s pretty thick, but the standards for the YCPD were never pretty high. Charlie didn’t look impressed when she found out that her ex was selling stolen booze in his joint. There may be trouble ahead.