Thursday 23 August

Episode 4121: The One With Flynn's Farewell

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In an emotionally charged episode, the residents of Summer Bay react with shock to the news that Flynn has only hours left to live, each taking their turn to visit his bedside and say their goodbyes. As difficult as it is, Cassie knows it’s something she must do, but despite her efforts to stay strong she breaks down in tears as she opens the door to hear Flynn’s reminiscences of the day she first met RIc. Alf follows, ending on a promise to watch over the family; then Ric, who credits the man he calls ‘dad’ with changing his life. Eventually left alone to cherish their final moments, Sally and Flynn lie side by side, wrapped in each other’s arms. Sally is still sharing tales from the past when Flynn falls silent. As she looks to him, his eyes closed, she knows he’s gone; the light from the rising sun fills the room as she puts her lips to his one last time.


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Comments (3)

  • Neil

    over 1 year ago


    i wish my passing is like this. Yes it is Idyllic but very well portrayed and i still blub no matter how much i watc this episode and ive already wached this 10 times.

  • Georgie

    over 1 year ago


    I agree, its an idyllic take on someone passing but as someone who's recently lost a parent to cancer and recalling how harrowing it was, I wouldn't want anyone to experience it themselves. so for the purpose of a soap I think this was a sad but nice send off for a well loved character.

  • Missymoi

    over 1 year ago


    Could only have been written by somebody who niether did the research into, nor had the experience of a person with cancer.... if only life were so idyllic