Now or never
Toadie makes his final attempt to get back together with Sonya but does she still love him?
It’s been a long, rocky road since Toadie and Sonya split up and just when it seems like they’ll never get back together Toadie throws down a challenge. He is giving Sonya one last chance to admit she wants to be with him but her old flame Sam is also declaring his feelings for her.
Though Toadie (Ryan Moloney) has made a lot of progress during his counselling sessions with Sam (Alex Tsitsopoulos) he has put a stop to future appointments because Sam has a past with Sonya (Eve Morey). However it looks like Sam will be sticking in town longer as he’s going for a job as school counsellor.
Toadie is extremely jealous and fears that Sam will only get closer to Sonya if he’s working nearby. So Toadie’s brother Shane (Nicholas Coghlan) steps in to suggest to Erinsborough High that former priest Jack (Andrew Morley) would make a better school counsellor.
Shane even goes one step further by giving Toadie a pep talk. It inspires Toadie to take action. He’s sick of waiting and all their to-ing and fro-ing. He loves Sonya and if she loves him too then she has to meet him at the bridge at sunset or it’s over for good.
But Sonya is overwhelmed by the challenge, especially when Sam admits he does have romantic feelings for her. He wonders if she feels the same and if they now have a chance at being together after their missed moment all those years ago.
So Sonya has two men vying for her heart: the one who could’ve been and the man she has been married to and loved for many years and shares a child with.
Time is ticking away for Sonya to make her decision — who will she choose? TVS
DUSK DATE Toadie (Ryan Maloney) tells Sonya (Eve Morey) to meet him at the bridge at sunset or it’s over for good.