Home and Away: Second Fatality in Colby Thorne Tale Confirmed!
There are spoilers for Home and Away that come with the Australian pacing episodes, which some readers in the UK may want to avoid.
It has been established by the producers of Home and Away that Colby Thorne is now responsible for a second murder.
As part of the scenario for Colby’s departure, he was found guilty of the murder of his violent stepfather Ross Nixon and given a sentence of 25 years in prison for his crime.
The Summer Bay soap opera has recently divulged the information that Colby has committed a second murder while he was incarcerated.
Colby’s best buddy Dean Thompson and little sister Bella Nixon were shocked when they saw the news of the tragedy on the front page of the local newspaper in the episode that aired on Channel 7 in Australia on Tuesday, February 16 (February 16).
Dean (Patrick O’Connor) gave a public reading from the article, which included the following statement: “Colby Thorne, a disgraced ex-police officer who is currently serving time at Graydon Prison, has been charged with the murder of a fellow inmate. The altercation took place in the midst of a vicious fight that involved a number of other detainees.”
It was difficult for Bella (Courtney Miller) to process the information that Colby would go to such lengths. She expressed her confusion to Dean by saying, “I knew they were hurting him in there, but surely there was another way?”
The fact that Colby is responsible for what happened explains why he was placed in solitary confinement at the jail a week ago.
In a series of flashbacks, it was seen that he stabbed another inmate in an attempt to seize control of the situation and protect himself from the other convicts who were intent on continuing to target him.
In subsequent episodes, Dean will have a difficult time dealing with the fact that he may have been responsible for Colby’s violent conduct through the advise that he gave.
When Dean went to see Colby in the hospital after the first attack on him, he advised his closest friend to stop pretending to be a nice guy and to do whatever it takes to survive while he is locked up.
Will Dean later be sorry that he took this advice? In addition, how will Colby’s most recent murder impact the length of his sentence?
Last week, Tim Franklin, who portrays Colby on the Australian version of “Home and Away,” announced that he would be leaving the show. In approximately two weeks, the last scenes of his appearance will be broadcast in the UK.
On weekdays, Home and Away can be seen on Channel 5 (UK) at 1.15 p.m. and 6 p.m., and on Monday through Thursday at 7 p.m. on Channel 7. (Australia). Amazon Prime Video customers in the UK have access to a curated selection of episodes from the show’s archive.
What About Your Time as Colby?
“Of course, putting on that police uniform will be something that I will miss, and I’ll surely miss looking after the Bay and working with the enormous group of legends that are a part of the program.
“Since I’ve been gone, that is by far the most significant change I’ve experienced. In those venerable halls, I had the good fortune to make some friends who have lasted a lifetime, and I will miss them very much.
What Did You Enjoy Most About the Plots?
“The Ross saga was absolutely one of the top contenders. Having the opportunity to play high-stakes, high-action situations is always a lot of fun and was a wonderfully difficult experience.
“One of the most memorable moments of my life was when I tied the knot with Ash Brewer (Chelsea), one of my closest friends. Because it genuinely had the atmosphere of a real wedding, it was a little bit of a wig-out. We spent a whole week working hard to get the shots we needed in some truly breathtaking locales. It is guaranteed to remain one of my all-time favorite shoots.
How Did You Like Playing a Police Officer?
“At first, playing someone with complete authority was a little intimidating for me because that’s not often where I sit in real life,” said the actor. However, I realized very quickly that once you put on the uniform, it takes care of all the acting for you. It gives you the ability to feel anything that you require feeling.
“The experience of rescuing Sam Frost (Jasmine) and working alongside the imposing Jake Ryan (Robbo) was surreal. There were captives, SWAT troops, and assault firearms in the building. I had the sensation of being a grown-up child living out my wildest adventure desire.
“Rescuing my family from Ross was another highlight, and I believe the finale of Colby’s plot had a lot of fun, sliding around on dirt roads with that one,” Colby said.
It’s safe to say that being a cop in Summer Bay is one of the riskiest jobs you can have anywhere in the world. I have been held hostage, stabbed, poisoned, nearly put on fire, fired at, slapped, and punched. I have also been threatened with being set on fire. It was the three most exciting years of my entire existence.
Is Colby Hurt That Willow Testified Against Him as Witness X?
“Colby was undoubtedly taken aback by it, but he does comprehend the motivation behind her actions. It’s only that she wants to keep the family safe. He was able to accomplish his goal in the end. He has never been unprepared to face the repercussions of his actions; nonetheless, he had no idea that things would turn out the way they did.”
When Coming Up With This Way Out Story, How Did the Writers Contact You?
“I have been dying since day one, in a blaze of glory kind of way as my life comes to a conclusion. But when our head writer Lou [Louise Bowes] came to me with this idea, I really loved it because even while you hopefully empathize with Colby, you also know that he killed someone else.
“If it causes you to actually contemplate and question things, then I know I’m doing a good job,” said the speaker.
Colby Kills Another Prisoner. What Was He Thinking?
“Colby is struggling to hide the fact that she is completely petrified despite the fact that she is experiencing it. Prisoners prey on those who are vulnerable. Because law enforcement officers are a target for them, he is only attempting to stay alive.”