With the Home and Away finale just hours away, diehard Summer Bay fans are on the edge of their seats waiting to see what drama will play out as the soap comes to an end for the year.
Not surprisingly, 2021 was an action-packed year in the Bay which saw Tori (Penny McNamee) and Christian (Ditch Davey) tie the knot and move to England, Colby Thorne (Tim Franklin) get sent to prison, Felicity get stalked and Marilyn (Emily Symons) suffer the affects of the devastating toxic chemical attack.
In a nail-biting preview for tonight's finale, Ari is seen getting down on one knee to Mia, saying a second chance with her was "more than I ever deserved," before a police chase ensues following a mysterious murder. But who will take their last breath?
We've rounded up what viewers can expect to see in the final week, which concludes on Thursday November 25.
Since his unexpected arrival, Matthew (James Sweeny) has made it his mission to steal his daughter Chloe (Sam Barrett) away from his ex, Mia (Anna Sampson). And after weeks of playing the doting dad, his scheming might just pay off.
His latest attempt to sway Chloe to leave Summer Bay sees Matthew present her with an application for a prestigious business college. He wants to pay for her tuition and offers her a place to live in the city.
Chloe is ecstatic but Mia begs her not to go. The truth is that Chloe is the result of a sexual assault, but has no idea her mother is keeping such an awful secret.
The next day, Chloe accepts her father's offer, leaving Mia heartbroken as she watches her daughter prepare to go. Knowing it's now or never, she blurts out the truth. Chloe is horrified, but finally understands her mother's feelings.
The next day, still reeling from the news, Chloe rejects her father's calls. But Matthew won't be ignored and arrives demanding answers.
Chloe orders him to get out of their lives for good and an argument ensues. Overhearing the commotion, Mia races out to find the pair in a violent scuffle. In a rage, Matthew grabs Mia forcefully and accuses her of lying.
After trying their hands at video stunts, Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and Theo (Matt Evans) are about to tackle their "most epic challenge yet". But their latest crazy idea – a buried alive challenge – takes the risk to a new level.
Ryder is seen climbing into a coffin in the wilderness and being buried alive, but the stunt soon turns into a disaster.
He is left shouting to be set free from the casket while Theo lies unconscious nearby after seemingly getting into an accident.
Will the pair be saved from the harsh elements of the bush before it's too late?
After surviving a near-death experience at the hands of stalker Anne, Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) needs to get away. She shares her trauma with Tane (Ethan Browne), and the two are closer than ever before.
The pair decide to leave the Bay together and set off on a road trip, before being seen sharing a passionate kiss by a campfire.
Will a steamy road trip seal the deal and see them become the hottest new couple in the Bay?
Since the unexpected gas poisoning at the Stewart family fundraiser, Martha's (Belinda Giblin) health has been deteriorating quickly.
Alf (Ray Meagher) and Roo (Georgie Parker) will do whatever it takes to not lose Martha again, but will Roo be able to give Martha the gift of life?
In a sneak peek of what's coming up in the soap's season finale, even more drama is in store for Mia and Ari.
In the fray, Ari is reminded how special his love is for Mia, leading him to ask an important question on one knee. Is Mia ready to start the next chapter of her life with him?