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Lucas senses Elle is hides something, as she cooks for him - indeed she called Jill but only got her daughter on the phone. Miranda stupidly let Steve discover about her and Dean, and meets... See full summary »

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Daniel Fitzgerald (credit only)
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Callum Jones (credit only)
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Lucas senses Elle is hides something, as she cooks for him - indeed she called Jill but only got her daughter on the phone. Miranda stupidly let Steve discover about her and Dean, and meets that ex again, so Steve finds her handbag in his hotel suite. Miranda finally chooses to dump 'childish' Dean rudely. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Susan, mind your own business"
18 July 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So, Miranda and Dean's storyline comes to a head but whether it's enough to get her and Steve back together is unclear.It's hard to know what to make of Miranda's brief scene with Susan, who for once doesn't actually seem to have an opinion.It would be nice if we actually got a reaction from Bridget rather than a perfunctory "She hates me" as well, especially since Bridget seemed to be egging her on last episode.

Susan continues to muscle her way into the Robinson/Ramsey storyline but pleasingly finds herself in way over her head when the situation turns out not to be what she thought it was.It's hard to fathom exactly what Susan and Lucas are trying to find in Paul's office, he's hardly likely to leave a file on his evil plan hanging about.In the midst of this there's a low key but rather assured debut for Kate.

Steph and Toadie are left to provide the comic relief with some amusing comments on how old Steph's meant to be.It's nice to see them friends again.


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