Ever since Kate Ritchie announced her departure from Home and Away, we've been wondering just how Sally's exit storyline might unfold. Producers have promised an upbeat ending, so we don't have to face the prospect of her being eaten by crocodiles or carried off by a typhoon. To see her fall in love with a passing hunky surfer and disappear to Queensland overnight would be equally heartbreaking. Lucky, it looks like something much more interesting is planned.
Readers with long memories will remember that, when Sal was a nipper, she had an imaginary friend called Milco who used to accompany her everywhere she went and make her do BAD THINGS. Intriguingly, it looks like Milco's going be the key to her departure. Watch the YouTube thingy if you want to know more.
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