Home and Away spoilers follow from Australian pace episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.
Martha takes time out to reflect on her struggles and tells Alf (Ray Meagher) and Roo (Georgie Parker) that when she recently thought she saw Kieran, that it was actually just a figment of her imagination. Roo is reluctant to take her mother out of hospital, but Alf decides to bring Martha home.
Things are set to get worse for Martha when she gets home as her son returns – and fuelled by alcohol, Kieran will kidnap his mother.
"Roo has been worried about Martha since Kieran's arrival," Georgie told TV Week.
"Apart from the shock of finding out she has a brother, Roo feels like Martha has deceived her and Alf. She is not only concerned for Alf but also the health of the family."
Martha decides to go to a caravan and get Kieran's things out of it. While in there, she's shocked to see Kieran, but she's concerned it's another hallucination.
A worried Alf and Roo go to the caravan to check for themselves, but the caravan is empty. Both are unaware that sneaky Kieran is hiding nearby.
That same night, Kieran manages to get his hands on some alcohol and then manages to kidnap his mother. He wants money from Martha so that he can get more booze.
Rick said: "It's such an unlikeable thing when a man is aggressive towards a female, but it feels even worse when it's towards his own mother.
"I definitely think I won't have many supporters on the show. I think a lot of people don't like the way he [Kieran] treats people."
When Alf and Roo realise that Martha is missing, they call the police. But will they get to her in time?
This storyline will air in Australia this week, and follows on UK screens in April.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia). Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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