Alf (Ray Meagher) and Martha (Belinda Giblin) have been seeing one another on a long-distance foundation for some time now, with individuals like Marilyn (Emily Symons) and Roo (Georgie Parker) questioning how they will preserve their relationship after they stay miles aside.
When Martha involves the Bay to go to Alf, he makes it clear to Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and Roo that she can be staying in the home this time, as a substitute of the caravan park, leaving them bemused.
In the home, Ryder continues with his HSC prep whereas Roo helps. However, Alf insists they spend some high quality time with Martha.
Everyone is left rubbed up the mistaken method – whereas Martha feels she’s in the best way, as she didn’t know Ryder’s exams have been beginning quickly, Roo needs Ryder to give attention to his schoolwork and he is attempting to comply with directions.
The awkwardness and lack of interplay in the home results in Alf snapping, saying that they’ll by no means be a household in the event that they don’t make time for one another. He storms off, and Martha chases him down.
When they sit down collectively, Martha finds out why he wished her there spending time with everybody. He wished to see if she would slot in on the home if she moved completely to Summer Bay.
Martha had no concept Alf was planning for her to maneuver there, and is left unsettled. With each of them overwhelmed, has their relationship gone forwards or backwards?