Stone the flamin’ crows.
After having her heart broken on national TV by a dirtbag named Blake Garvey, Sam Frost became Australia’s first Bacholerette.
On the show she met a bloke called Sasha and they dated for a lil’ while before it all fizzled out.
Now, Sam has done what we all want to do when we’re feeling a bit down – she’s moved to Summer Bay and started a new life.
In my mind she moved in with Irene as a surly teen.
Through a bit of tough love and a whole lot of “listen ere’, girlies”, Irene turned her into a responsible young woman who will, in turn, take in other surly teens and turn their lives around.
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She’d marry a nice local bloke who was probably once married to Leah and she would either work at the diner, the hospital, the police station, or Alf’s tackle shop.
But… but… that’s not what’s happened at all.
Sam made her Summer Bay debut in the season finale at the end of last year as a fully grown – yet comatosed – adult.
Sam’s character played a pivotal part in the death of one of the show’s most beloved characters (spoiler alert)… Kat Chapman.
You see, Sam’s character – named Jasmine Delaney – crashed her car into one being driven by Kat Chapman (Pia Miller) and her boyfriend Robbo (Jake Ryan).
The crash ultimately kills Kat, meanwhile Sam’s very first appearance on the long-running show is her character hunched over a wheel, as Robbo called for assistance.
Robbo alerts us (and the emergency responder) to the fact that Jasmine is, in fact, alive. We don't know how he knows this because he touches her neck for like... two seconds.
Later in the episode, after some other things that seem kind of important happen (a rejected proposal, a bomb threat, Alf saying 'Strewth!' etc etc) Sam appears again.