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Home and Away spoilers follow for Australian and UK viewers.
Home and Away's Marilyn Chambers will soon create trouble for doctor Logan Bennett when she puts his medical career in jeopardy due to the changes in her behaviour.
Ever since Marilyn (Emily Symons) suffered from chemical poisoning during the gas attack on Salt, she has been behaving in unusual ways and acting out of character, causing her loved ones great concern.
TV Week reports that, in scenes to air this week in Australia, Leah Patterson-Baker (Ada Nicodemou) and Irene Roberts (Lynne McGranger) will continue to try to find a way to help their friend and they agree to keep checking in on her.
When Irene arrives at Marilyn's place to see how she is, she finds Marilyn blasting music and having a party by herself. She reveals to Irene that she is celebrating the big decision that she has just made – she's quitting her job at the Diner and opening up her own tarot-card reading stall outside the Bait Shop.
Irene can't help but laugh at Marilyn's hasty decision, causing Marilyn to fly into an uncharacteristic rage at her.
When Logan (Harley Bonner) comes across Marilyn's stall, he decides to take the opportunity to make a secret assessment of her condition and he sits down for a tarot reading. He soon discovers that her changed behaviour is not due to neurological reasons, but could be psychological instead.
Unfortunately, the situation takes a turn for the worse when Marilyn makes an official complaint against Logan that could wreck his career. Will Marilyn push ahead with her claims against Logan?
Home and Away airs these scenes this week in Australia and early next year in the UK.
Actress Emily Symons recently revealed that having to play such a different version of Marilyn has been "the most challenging thing" she has had to do on the show, admitting that she has struggled to portray such a different version of the character that she has known for so long.
"It's a completely different Marilyn, which has been really hard to play, because she's second nature to me now," she said. "To suddenly have to create another [version of the] character... some days, I was like, 'I can't say that – that's so horrible.' But I had to go there to make the story work."
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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