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Rick and Mat are back on kissing terms. Acting principal Martin Bartlett makes a stand on hard discipline, against 'sissy' Sal. Johnny urges Sam to help him quickly and overhears Jack warn the kids there's less police around. Sam finds him attacking someone, and knocks him out. Henk returns. Written by KGF Vissers

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knife | hospital gown | fight | See All (3) »

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3 March 2008 (Australia)  »

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"I really want to get it right this time"
6 January 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A nicely paced episode, with the revenge storyline thankfully held off until Ric and Matilda's storyline is sorted.Their reunion is sweet, with both characters showing surprising maturity.The conversation about using protection in light of what's happened to Cassie is perfectly appropriate and there are some nice light touches like Ric not being able to use the door and Jack worrying about interrupting them.

When Johnny Cooper does eventually interrupt their reunion, it's nicely dramatic and subtle.Jazz's drunken attempts to crack onto the psycho she finds in her front room and the way she rapidly sobers up when she realises the situation are well played.Jessica Chapnik continues to do her best to make Sam sympathetic, very much playing her as a good person forced into a bad situation, and partly redeems herself for harbouring Johnny by coming to Ric's rescue.

Martin's treatment of Sally is annoying:He's wrong to suggest she's too soft on the students, she knows how to handle idiots like Aden and it doesn't involve punishing the entire school for what they've done.The ending, with the return of another character we hoped we'd seen the back of and the threat of Cassie demonstrating her irritating characteristics once again, doesn't exactly bode well either.


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