Home and Away Spoilers – Cash kisses Rose in drunken mistake
The following week on Home and Away in the UK, Cash experiences a depressed episode as Rose’s career soars, which causes him to make a foolish decision while intoxicated.
Recently, Rose (Kirsty Marillier) has been plagued by the memory that Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) was shot as a result of her sting operation, and that Cash then shot and killed gang boss Marty (Ben Wood) in self-defense, making him the bikie gang’s top target.
So when Rose finds out that she has received praise for her efforts in taking down the bikie group the following week, she is more than a little torn.
Tane’s (Ethan Browne) involvement in the case was what initially drew Rose into it.
A crucial member of the gang and one of those putting the most pressure on poor Tane, Tex Wheeler (Lucas Linehan) was revealed to Rose by the fact that he was being compelled to allow the bikies to use the gym as a means of money laundering.
Although Rose (Luke Van Os) is being praised for her initiative, she reminds Xander that she only learned so much about the problem because she was sleeping with a criminal.
Furthermore, Cash (Nicholas Cartwright), who was shot at the end of the siege, was still battling for his life, so she barely thinks she deserved recognition.
Rose informs Xander the following morning that she has decided not to accept the prize since she will always be reminded of the price it came with every time she looked at it.
She should reconsider, according to Xander, who chooses to enlist Cash’s assistance.
When the three of them get together for breakfast, Xander is the first to reveal the compliment. Considering Cash’s mental state, it’s a risky move, but even Cash is baffled as to why she would want to decline.
He continues by saying that she should accept the honour because it was his own fault that he was shot because it was he who chose not to put on a bulletproof vest prior to pursuing an armed intruder.
It’s enough to cause Rose to think twice. But as Cash heads back home and isolates himself, it becomes apparent that his depression is getting worse.
Later that evening, Rose is shocked when Cash shows up at the door bearing a celebratory bottle of champagne.
Cash, who is already inebriated, acknowledges that he had a few beers at home and that he is feeling sorry for himself, but he also says that he is pleased for Rose since she has the world ahead of her.
Rose notes that Cash would agree if he could only realise it.
Cash then goes in and kisses Rose as she grinned at him!
Rose may have set her feelings for her ex-boyfriend to the side, but now that Cash is pursuing her, will she be able to hold back? Are the two ready to commit a serious inebriated error?