Home and Away spoilers follow for Australian and UK viewers.
Home and Away will hint at a potential new romance for Jasmine Delaney this week, as the unlucky-in-love nurse begins a flirtation with new arrival Cash Newman.
Police officer Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) arrived in the Bay earlier this year on Australian screens, with his first appearance airing on UK screens this week, and he has already been in the thick of the action, arresting Justin Morgan (James Stewart) and investigating the body found at sea.
In scenes to air this week in Australia and in September in the UK, Cash and Jasmine (Sam Frost) will strike up a flirtation after they keep bumping into each other in the Bay.
TV Week reports that Jasmine will first notice Cash when she is out running, as she spots him swimming. Cash recognises her, having seen her when she was having a seizure, but Jasmine doesn't remember him – although she is certainly intrigued by the new arrival.
After the pair continue to flirt, Cash decides to ask Jasmine out on a date. However, his plan is ruined when John Palmer (Shane Withington) invites them to dine with him and Irene Roberts (Lynne McGranger) at Salt.
With Cash having put in his best efforts to woo Jasmine, he finally tells her what he does for a living, but a spooked Jasmine feels her attraction to him halt.
Jasmine has a difficult history with cops – she accidentally killed Kat Chapman (Pia Miller) in a car accident when she first arrived in Summer Bay, her relationship with Colby Thorne (Tim Franklin) turned sour and her husband Robbo Shaw (Jake Ryan) died after a car crash, with all three having been police officers.
"She enjoys the flirtatious banter – until she realises he's a cop," Jasmine actress Sam said to TV Week of Jasmine's feelings for Cash. "Then she pumps the brakes. She gets spooked by it."
Will Cash continue to pursue Jasmine or will her past experiences prevent this potential romance from going any further?
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia). Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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