Home and Away fans spot hidden detail in episode: 'Noticed it'
A dedicated fan shared the strange detail on social media.
A hidden detail in Monday’s Home and Away episode has sent fans into a spin. In the midst of the Ava Gilbert (Annabel Wolfe) kidnap drama, her father Justin Morgan (James Stewart) begged the police to help find his daughter.
After Rose Delaney (Kirsty Marillier) gently told Justin that it sounded like his daughter willingly got into a car with a stranger, he was furious and stormed out. However, he ran back into Rose and another officer inside the Pier Diner, with eagle-eyed viewers noticing something strange about the cop.
The name badge above his right pocket clearly said ‘A. ROSETTA’, which could be a nod to popular police officer Angelo Rosetta, played by Luke Jacobz.
The character was introduced in 2008, before leaving the soap in 2011.
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He made a guest appearance in February 2020 to investigate Ross Nixon’s (Justin Rosniak) murder and departed after he caught Colby Thorne (Tim Franklin) confessing.
One fan shared a screenshot of the police badge on a popular fan Facebook group, writing: “Anyone else notice this?? The focus is on the name badge A Rosetta…a bit of a nod to past character Angelo Rosetta.”
“Yeah noticed it too. Interesting,” one fan replied.
“I noticed it, I think he is related to Angelo Rosetta,” another guessed.
“Lol! Omg that is so observant,” a third remarked.
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Others wondered if the crew were just ‘recycling’ props and hoping that fans wouldn’t notice.
“He doesn’t look like Angelo to me. Lol,” a group member wrote.
“Nothing like a bit of recycling,” quipped a fan.
“I guess the point is, they use the same prop for multiple people,” a third chimed in.
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