Geoff sets out to find the gun the knaves hid on grandpa's farm, Aneglo resumes his contraband investigation. Trey leaves into the bush after telling the hikers that after Nicole turned on ... See full summary »

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Geoff sets out to find the gun the knaves hid on grandpa's farm, Aneglo resumes his contraband investigation. Trey leaves into the bush after telling the hikers that after Nicole turned on him he planted a motion sensor-triggered bomb in the bus they just mounted. Initially incredulous John, a Navy veteran, learns from Trey's notebook how much he's hated by his step-son and that the bomb design is frightfully good. Only after Jai is diagnosed in hospital with a killer infection, Martin and Miles start worrying Palmer didn't phone the school as agreed. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I have tried to apologise but no matter how hard I tried nobody wanted to listen.Nobody wanted to forgive."
31 August 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Nice performance from Luke Bacey, especially in Trey's opening rant. The script seems to be encouraging us to see him as the bad guy but instead he comes across as a misunderstood and mistreated individual pushed to breaking point.The most annoying thing is that we've seen other characters act just as badly and be granted absolution but you get the feeling that's not an option here.John doesn't come across particularly well, putting all the blame on Trey, but it's nice to see the cracks start to show as he realises the situation they're in. Kirsty and Nicole come off better as you're left with a sense that they both realise how badly they mishandled the situation.They also do a pretty good job of keeping the more annoying characters in line.

The Jai storyline limps to a climax with him quickly out of the woods despite Bentos' warnings about superbugs and infections.Even the police involvement comes to nothing as Charlie once again turns a blind eye to Xavier misbehaving.There's some nice characterisation of Martin near the end of the episode as he becomes the first and only person to worry that the people on the bus might be in trouble and hopefully this might result in some form of salvation for them.


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