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Prison leaves a lot to be de­sired for Vic­tor New­man (Eric Brae­den) as he serves out his 10-year sen­tence. He misses his fam­ily most, but Vic­tor has a plot to fix that: by fram­ing his son Adam (Justin Hart­ley) for mur­der. On Fri­day 17 March from his heroic hos­pi­tal bed, Vic­tor tells Adam that if he’s a good boy and goes to work for New­man En­ter­prises, pages from Sage’s (Kelly Sul­li­van) jour­nal will reap­pear to prove Adam in­no­cent of mur­der­ing Con­stance Bing­ham (Sally Keller­man). Thanks a lot, di­a­bol­i­cal dad!

But it all goes south when Vic­tor’s se­cret ac­com­plice Chloe (El­iz­a­beth Hen­drick­son), who’s out to get Adam for run­ning down and killing lit­tle Delia (So­phie Pol­lono) in 2013, re­fuses to cough up the diary page on Thurs­day 23 March. Adam re­alises that he’s go­ing to jail and he spends one fi­nal heart­break­ing night with this wife Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) and son Con­nor (Gun­ner and Ry­der Gad­bois) be­fore he’s sen­tenced to 30 years in Wal­worth prison on Mon­day 27 March. And on Tues­day 28 March, view­ers will be glued to their TV screens as Vic­tor rolls up to greet his son be­hind bars…

“Wel­come home. Kind of funny, right? This is what you’ve been wait­ing for,” Adam tells Vic­tor bit­terly. “This is the mo­ment you wanted me back be­hind bars. You just stand there and soak it in like an art ex­hibit. It’s a po­etic kind of re­venge though, re­ally. All be­cause you wanted me to pay.” But Vic­tor ad­mits that while he wanted Adam to sweat a lit­tle, he didn’t in­tend for Adam to wind up in prison with him. All that Vic­tor can prom­ise his de­cid­edly scep­ti­cal son now is, “When I get out of here, I will see to it that you get out of here.” In the mean­time, Adam, wel­come to the new New­man “big house”. NB! See more on p31.

Vic­tor’s plot lands his son Adam (main) in prison with him.

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