Kat is horrified by Patrick's angry outbursts

Daniel Kilkelly
Photo credit: Channel 5

From Digital Spy

Patrick wants to leave Summer Bay today as his lease is up, but Ash suggests that he should move in with him and Kat. When Patrick arrives with his belongings, Kat is angry that Ash didn't ask her first, but she eventually relents and puts on a welcoming act for a grateful Patrick. When Ash reminisces about their childhood to Kat, Patrick becomes increasingly uncomfortable and abruptly yells at Ash to stop, as he doesn't want to talk about the past.

Kat thinks Patrick's behaviour is unhealthy, especially pretending to be someone else, and she thinks he hasn't properly dealt with what happened in the army. Ash asks her to stop treating Patrick like she's a cop and starting looking at him as part of his family.

The next morning, Ash wakes his brother for breakfast and Patrick jumps from sleep, automatically grabbing Ash into a headlock. Ash struggles and Kat runs in, calling out to Patrick. Patrick finally comes to his senses and lets go, but the three of them are shaken. Maybe Kat was right to worry about Patrick's state of mind?

Photo credit: Channel 5

Meanwhile, Justin furiously confronts Brody in the store room with the empty drugs bag he found. Brody lies and says it's not his, but Justin instructs him to get rid of Lena and never to go near the stuff again. When the rest of the family get involved too, Brody appears to relent and claims that he's getting rid of Lena from Salt. However, as soon as Justin leaves, Brody calls Lena to request more drugs.

Elsewhere, Hunter has good news for Olivia – they've got a private rental. They're thrilled and can sign the lease this afternoon, moving in tomorrow. They haven't inspected the place yet, but the photos look great. However, when Olivia and Hunter arrive at their new rental, it's a run-down mess, with weeds growing out of the walls and broken furniture laying around. What have they done?

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