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  1. Yes guest characters are always allowed - there'd be some unhappy people if we excluded the likes of Angie Russell, Paris Burnett, Jazz Curtis etc. He debuted before 7414 so yes he is, if you feel he's one of the Top 7 characters of all time
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  3. Place your votes here for our latest Most Popular Character poll. For more information, see the main announcement. Please be sure to read these few pointers before casting your votes: Strictly one vote per member. We have three voting threads – one in the Bayside Diner forum, one in General Discussion and one in Australian Discussion. You can post your vote in whichever thread suits you, but you may only post ONCE. If you post less than 7 characters, your vote will not be counted. If you post more than 7 characters, we will only count the first 7. Any characters who have debuted in Episode 7414 or onwards (airing in Aus on 22nd September 2020) are not eligible, due to the fact that these episodes have not aired in the UK as of the start of the voting. Please give a character's surname, as if you simply write down ‘Ben’ then we won’t know if you mean Ben Lucini, Ben Astoni or Ben Murray. Please only vote for who you genuinely believe are the best characters from the show’s history – not just the ones you think are the best looking! Voting is open now and will run until Friday 13th November 2020. Please only post votes in this thread. One post per member. Any queries/discussion should be posted in the announcement thread.
  4. Place your votes here for our latest Most Popular Character poll. For more information, see the main announcement. Please be sure to read these few pointers before casting your votes: Strictly one vote per member. We have three voting threads – one in the Bayside Diner forum, one in General Discussion and one in Australian Discussion. You can post your vote in whichever thread suits you, but you may only post ONCE. If you post less than 7 characters, your vote will not be counted. If you post more than 7 characters, we will only count the first 7. Any characters who have debuted in Episode 7414 or onwards (airing in Aus on 22nd September 2020) are not eligible, due to the fact that these episodes have not aired in the UK as of the start of the voting. Please give a character's surname, as if you simply write down ‘Ben’ then we won’t know if you mean Ben Lucini, Ben Astoni or Ben Murray. Please only vote for who you genuinely believe are the best characters from the show’s history – not just the ones you think are the best looking! Voting is open now and will run until Friday 13th November 2020. Please only post votes in this thread. One post per member. Any queries/discussion should be posted in the announcement thread.
  5. It's that time again! Today we launch our ninth biennial poll to find the most popular Home and Away characters, voted for by members of the BTTB forum. As ever, all you need to do is choose your Top 7 characters from the show's history, and post them as a list in one of the three voting threads (starting with your favourite). For example: Donald Fisher Pippa Ross Jack Wilson Angie Russell Maggie Astoni Rob Storey Miles Copeland We will allocate 7 points to your favourite character, 6 points to your second favourite and so on. We’ll then add all the votes up and announce the results at a later date, with @Red Ranger 1 once again providing commentary along the way. Please be sure to read these few pointers before we get started: Strictly one vote per member. We have three voting threads – one in the Bayside Diner forum, one in General Discussion and one in Australian Discussion. You can post your vote in whichever thread suits you, but you may only post ONCE. If you post less than 7 characters, your vote will not be counted. If you post more than 7 characters, we will only count the first 7. Any characters who have debuted in Episode 7414 or onwards (airing in Aus on 22nd September 2020) are not eligible, due to the fact that these episodes have not aired in the UK as of the start of the voting. Please give a character's surname, as if you simply write down ‘Ben’ then we won’t know if you mean Ben Lucini, Ben Astoni or Ben Murray. Please only vote for who you genuinely believe are the best characters from the show’s history – not just the ones you think are the best looking! Voting is open now and will run until Friday 13th November 2020. You can place your votes in one of the following threads: Bayside Diner General Discussion Australian Discussion
  6. Yeah the credits definitely got things wrong again. I had to go direct to the script producer to find out Owen's proper surname so I could start using it in our cast lists/articles on BTTB a month ago (we were literally the only place to mention it, with all other sources using either Harper or Slater when including a surname). Although I don't know if it's actually been used in dialogue in the past few weeks (I'm a bit behind due to having to take time off from the site), he's still yet to be credited correctly at Oz pace.
  7. Well I had a hire car in NSW that had VIC plates on it... As I said, sometimes we just have to turn a blind eye - like the (rare) occasions where we see a reference to North Palm Beach surf club on-screen... or a wheelie bin with the Pittwater council logo on it.
  8. There's Currawong Beach, which is directly opposite Palm Beach on the other side of Pittwater - but the one in the show is a fictional place named Mount Currawong All the Blue Mountain location scenes were actually filmed three months after the rest of the scenes in these episodes, the result being that the Mt Currawong we're seeing is still meant to be in the Northern Territory as per the original plan for the shoot... evidenced by the itinerary Colby printed off, which showed Nik & Bella's route north via Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and Katherine. I think with the circumstances we have to just let them have that one, the tropics were just have a cold snap Behind the scenes info/pics for these episodes for anyone interested - https://www.backtothebay.net/news/2020/08/20/behind-the-scenes-as-home-and-away-heads-to-the-blue-mountains/
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  10. What I wondered when I first saw it was why there was suddenly a panic from Ryder about throwing his phone into the ocean... yet there was no panic in the previous ep after he'd been pushed off the pier (I don't believe for a minute that he wouldn't have had his phone on him at the time). I actually thought that would be where the drama came in, he came home soaking wet only to find his dad had died. He goes to watch the video on his phone, only to realise it had been damaged - cue tension between him and Nik/Bella over the prank. (I know some iPhones are waterproof to some degree, and Ryder's photos/vids are probably backed up, but that doesn't allow itself for drama ) We did see Phil on-screen, and Maz explained what happened when she left him and returned to Summer Bay in 1995.
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  12. Go to your Inbox and you should find the 'Disable my Messenger' link directly underneath your list of conversations
  13. @English Invader Not at Channel 5 pace they didn't
  14. I did find that funny. Also found it strangely satisfying that they acknowledged it was the first time Dean had set foot in that house (presuming it actually was and there wasn't a previous occasion that's been forgotten) - with John's first reaction being to warn Dean not to touch anything
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  18. March 2005 in the UK were episodes that aired in Oz from the end of July 2004. The siege at Leah's when Noah died aired in the UK on 25th March (fun fact, that aired exactly 16 years ago today in Oz). The hidden cameras were installed into Irene's by Tasha's father, the millionaire Ian Osbourne. You're right in remembering the Silent Night performance (June 2005 in the UK), that was the 2004 season finale where Australian Idol star Paulini attended the opening of Noah's bar, and then went around to Summer Bay House for little Pippa's christening gathering. Off the top of my head, other storylines in those last couple of months of the 2004 season included the departures of Rhys, Max and Dani Sutherland, Alf reuniting with his first love Viv (who Dani had known as 'The Guv' in prison) and discovering that she'd given birth to his child (with Ric Dalby being his grandchild), Kane discovering he had testicular cancer, and Vinnie returning for VJ's birthday disguised in a bear costume.
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  21. No they both came back to town in Tane's car - Tane dropped Nik off outside the bait shop before going around to the Morgan House to drop off Grace. There was no mention of what happened to Tori's car or whether it had been found. They're driving up to Cairns to see Coco and are flying to Italy from there.
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  23. Hello again Franco That one is 'Another Light' by Jude
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