Soap stories: I'm a Believer; HOME AND AWAY WEEKDAYS, FIVE,6pm.
It's been a stressful few weeks for Martha and Tasha, so it's no wonder they take a break from Summer Bay and spend time in a picturesque picturesque, term used in 18th-century England to refer to a landscape that looked as if it had come out of an academic painting. Used as derogatory criticism of such painting, the picturesque was considered pretty rather than beautiful. country cottage.
The holiday turns out to be anything but idyllic i·dyl·lic
1. Of or having the nature of an idyll.
2. Simple and carefree: an idyllic vacation in a seashore cottage. as the mum-to-be discovers Mumma Rose has followed them. When the pregnant blonde tries to give her the slip, she's captured and chained up in a caravan with Martha. The sinister cult leader announces Tasha's baby belongs to the Believers, and she's prepared to take drastic measures to get the child.
Meanwhile, Sally is shocked to walk in on Brad's hastily hast·y
adj. hast·i·er, hast·i·est
1. Characterized by speed; rapid. See Synonyms at fast1.
2. Done or made too quickly to be accurate or wise; rash: a hasty decision. arranged wedding, but begins to understand why the groom behaved so oddly when Emily admits she has leukaemia.
Amanda realises plotting to break up Ric and Cassie may have been a waste of time as she catches Belle kissing Drew.
BABY KIDNAP... Mumma Rose grabs Tasha