Home and Away: Season 1, Episode 4,369

Episode #1.4369 (8 Mar. 2007)

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Brad and Sally keep sneaking around in their own home to 'spare' the kids, who actually are already in bed together, it's Brad who hides under the table when Rick gets supplies. However the... See full summary »

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Brad and Sally keep sneaking around in their own home to 'spare' the kids, who actually are already in bed together, it's Brad who hides under the table when Rick gets supplies. However the youths oversleep, so Tony notices Mathilda wasn't in her bed, so they still all must take it trough. Belle learns about the car-accident which wrecked Kelli's life for years, Amanda was driving. Belle tells Drew she suspects her aunt of hiding things and starts snooping, but Kelli talks her way out. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I did what any respectable man would do:I hid"
5 January 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The first two thirds of this episode are brilliant, with the slapstick nature of both Sally and Brad and Ric and Matilda trying to hide the fact they're sleeping together reaching epic heights when Brad has to hide under the table.The moment where Ric's laughing at catching Sally and Brad out, unaware they can see Matilda, is a classic embarrassment moment.Best of all is the outcome of all this:Instead of the adults ranting and raging and laying down the law, they all sit down, discuss it through reasonably and accept that, while Ric and Matilda have been at fault, they are actually being mature about things.The moment where everyone else has left embarrassed and Ric is just left sitting on his own, bewildered at the way things have turned out, is a classic ending.

Unfortunately, the last third focuses on the drawn out Kelli plot line. Even an attempt to lighten the mood by having Tony threaten Ric fails by not being funny and instead being quite jarring and even threatening to undermine his earlier chat with Mattie.We get a bit of long overdue back stop for Kelli but as she promptly contradicts it, it's hard to tell whether it's true or not.Kelli's still straight out of the book of two-dimensional villainy and Belle's constant girl detective act going nowhere fast is somewhat wearing.


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