Farmer Phil Andrews returns Zeke's T-shirt to 'son' Trent, who wonders about Susan, calls her and ends up discovering a newspaper article about the accident Phil's wife and son died in. ... See full summary »

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Farmer Phil Andrews returns Zeke's T-shirt to 'son' Trent, who wonders about Susan, calls her and ends up discovering a newspaper article about the accident Phil's wife and son died in. Phil has an elaborate cover-story, but once Susan told Karl they set out and reach the Andrews farm. Ringo 'catches' Donna with Ty, actually teaching him the 'bootiescooting' dance steps. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Doing what I want to do as opposed to what I should do is looking after myself, Doctor Kennedy"
27 April 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So, Zeke's alive.Well, kudos to the producers since this one was a genuine mystery.The whole "disappearing body" thing was a bit strange but worked because it's happened on this show before.Although it appears we're required to simply ignore Belinda's "There's no way he could have survived a blow like that" pronouncements.

Interestingly, Phil's explanation of events to Zeke actually makes a sort of sense although you do wonder why he hasn't asked a few more questions.You always wonder why Susan put her phone number on the letter.Karl has some nice sarcastic comments en route to the house but resorts to ridiculous macho behaviour in his confrontation with Phil.

Elsewhere, Ringo and Donna may be on the road to recovery courtesy of some matchmaking from Ty although there's a lot more needs to be said and done first.Nice to see Donna hanging out with the crowd again after a seemingly lengthy absence.And, dropped into the conversation, Harold's leaving again.Despite all the claims of it being permanent, it's hard to get worked up.Even death couldn't keep the guy away.


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