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This would have to be one of the best storylines in Home and Away's 20 year history!!! Even through Meg Bowman was in Summer Bay for a short period of time, some people would still remember her today. I especially love the ironic beach scene where she lost her battle with Leukemia and passed away just after she saw the sunrise for the last time. Blake Dean was also great in this storyline!!

Does anyone else remember watching this back in 1992??

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This would have to be one of the best storylines in Home and Away's 20 year history!!! Even through Meg Bowman was in Summer Bay for a short period of time, some people would still remember her today. I especially love the ironic beach scene where she lost her battle with Leukemia and passed away just after she saw the sunrise for the last time. Blake Dean was also great in this storyline!!

Does anyone else remember watching this back in 1992??

I remember it like it was yesterday. It was so sad, and poor Blake. She died in his arms. She lived with Don too. Can anyone remember why?

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I though Meg's grandfather bought Don's house which Don was selling because of a subsidance problem.

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That has got to be one of the most memorable scenes in home and away's history, when meg died in blakes arms after watching the sun come up, it was such a tearjerker :(

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I still remember this clearly too. As far as tearjerkers go I think Flynn is possibly the only death that could touch it in recent years.

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^ I completely agree. Flynn's death is the only death that can really get the tears flowing like Meg's, in recent years. I just watched the clip of her death again...:(. Emily's (Brad's wife) death was similary done, but nicely understated I thought.

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This would have to be one of the best storylines in Home and Away's 20 year history!!! Even through Meg Bowman was in Summer Bay for a short period of time, some people would still remember her today. I especially love the ironic beach scene where she lost her battle with Leukemia and passed away just after she saw the sunrise for the last time. Blake Dean was also great in this storyline!!

Does anyone else remember watching this back in 1992??

I remember it like it was yesterday. It was so sad, and poor Blake. She died in his arms. She lived with Don too. Can anyone remember why?

She didn't live with Don. She just lived in Dons old house. Her mother bought it from him. I think she was an old girlfriend of Alfs.

Definately one of the saddest storylines ever along with the deaths of Bobby, Shane, Peter and Flynn.

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I still remember it as clear as day, its as it happened today the scene on the beach and the sunsetting and she dies i cant quite remember what Blake was saying thow.

It shows what a great storyline and well written and acted for us to still remeber it to this day.

Even now if i see a clip of it it brings me to tears.

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I agree it was great, but its not my favourite Home and Away death, there were plenty more even more emotional ones imo, but the set of circumstances was devastating and it was shot beautifully.

The flashbacks in the 4000 montage has probably refreshed your memory too! :)

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I've seen a video of this, can't say i was that effected but i reckon i need to see the whole storyline to be upset by it.

For me, Noah's death was just as effective as Flynn's. Flynn's made me weep mind, whereas Noah's made me WAIL.

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